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Pierre-Alain Clavien, MD, Ph.D President of the E-AHPBA It is my great privilege to invite you to join the 10th E-AHPBA Biannual Congress in the beautiful and historic city of Belgrade, Serbia where Professor Miroslav Milicevic and his enthusiastic team will host our Congress from May 29th to 31st, 2013.


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C A S E I N F O R M A T I O N S H E E T (IT-97-27) ŽELJKO RAŽNATOVIĆ “ARKAN” ŽELJKO RAŽNATOVIĆ Indicted for wilfully causing great suffering, cruel treatment, murder, wilful killing, rape, other inhumane acts Leader of the paramilitary group known as the “Serbian Volunteer Guard” or, alternatively, as “Arkan’s Tigers” - Died in Belgrade in 2000 Crimes indicted for (examples):


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The Church of Serbia Permitted Anglicans to Commune in 1865    (The below article is taken from an Anglican source)    ORTHODOX PRECEDENT  Orthodox  precedent  for  the  admission  of  non‐Orthodox  in  destitution  exists  as far back as the twelfth century, and was justified by the Orthodox canonist  Balsamon,  but  no  precedent  exists,  so  far  as  is  known,  for  the  public  admission for non‐Orthodox not in destitution. Neither the Patriarch nor the  Serbian  Church  is  committed  to  any  repetition  of  the  action,  nor  is  the  Orthodox  Church  as  a  whole,  nor  is  the  Anglican  Church  committed  in  any  way.  But  it  has  nevertheless  no  small  importance.  Evidently  some  of  the  Orthodox  in  Belgrade  were  not  very  happy  about  it,  fearing  it  might  be  premature.  The  Politika  said:  ʺAlthough  the  manifestation  of  the  relationship  made  so  beautifully  among  us  at  the  cathedral  was  both  touching  and  praiseworthy,  some  people  did  not  approve  the  action  of  the  Patriarch  because the Anglicans are not in formal communion with us.ʺ  Frank  Steel,  an  attaché  of  the  British  legation,  who  was  one  of  the  eight  communicants,  writes  a  letter  to  the  Church  Times  of  which  I  give  some  extracts:  ʺAs there is no English church or chaplain in Belgrade, a letter was sent to the  Patriarch,  asking  if  he  would  permit  us  to  make  our  communion  at  the  cathedral  on  Christmas  Day.  The  Patriarch  replied  expressing  his  approval,  and  personally  administered  the  Sacrament  to  four  Americans  and  four  English people, of whom I was one.ʺ  ʺI understand that no patriarch has ever officiated in this capacity before, but  His  Holiness  insisted  on  administering  the  Sacrament  himself.  I  hear  that  a  large  number  of  Orthodox  priests  have  expressed  their  disapproval  of  His  Holinessʹ  action,  and  the  newspapers  have  given  diverse  views  on  the  matter.ʺ  It would be indeed interesting if Mr. Steel would give us some more details of  what must evidently have been a very wonderful experience.  A WAR PRECEDENT  Another  letter  has  also  been  printed  in  the  same  journal  from  an  English  country parson who was communicated by a Serb priest during the war:  ʺIt  may  be  of  interest  to  know  that  during  the  war,  while  I  was  stationed  at  Salonika, I was admitted to the Sacrament of Holy Communion by the express  consent and with the utmost goodwill of the Serbian ecclesiastical authorities.  There  could  be  no  question  of  destitution  in  this  case,  for  English  chaplains  and services were well to the fore. I took it to be a grateful acknowledgement  of the kindly feelings between me and the Serbians under my command, and  who asked that I might communicate with them. I was not a chaplain.ʺ  This  is  indeed  a  remarkable  letter.  The  sum  total  of  the  matter  seems  to  be,  whatever  the  theological  issues  involved  may  be,  that  the  Serbs  like  the  Americans  and  English  and  wish  to  share  their  religious  experiences  and  privileges with them.  INTERCOMMUNION SIXTY YEARS AGO  I  am  supposed  to  chronicle  news  in  these  letters,  but  perhaps  I  may  be  pardoned for once if I delve down into the files of the Church Times as far back  as  August,  1865,  to  find  an  occasion  when  a  similar  thing  seems  to  have  happened in Belgrade. The following is quoted from a correspondent signed  W[illiam]. D[enton].  ʺWhen  I  mentioned  in  my  former  letter  that  I  received  communion  in  the  Serbian  Church  at  the  hands  of  the  Archimandrite  of  Studenitza,  I  forgot  at  the same time to point out the full significance of the act. The Archimandrite  was one of the ecclesiastics consulted by the Archbishop of Belgrade as to my  request  for  communion  on  Whitsunday,  so  that  the  administration  was  not  the  act  of  an  individual,  however  prominent  his  position,  but  was  the  synodical  act  of  the  prelates  and  inferior  clergy  of  Servia.  I  arrived  at  the  monastery of Studenitza on Monday. I left it on Wednesday, and on Thursday  I had another pleasant meeting with the Bishop of Tschatchat. I found that he  knew  all  about  the  proposed  administration  to  me  by  the  Archimandrite.  Leaving him, I had a few daysʹ travel in the interior of the country and met all  the  leading  ecclesiastics.  Among  others  I  had  pleasure  in  meeting  the  Archpriest  of  Jagodina,  whose  acquaintance  I  had  made  while  he  was  a  resident  of  the  monastery  of  Ruscavitza.  I  found  on  all  sides  the  greatest  satisfaction at my communion, and I heard the strongest desire expressed for  closer  intercourse  with  the  English  Church  on  the  ground  of  its  orthodoxy  and the prominent position given to scriptural teaching in its formularies.  ʺI  had  the  pleasure  of  staying  with  the  Bishop  of  Schabatz  and  the  opportunity  of  discussing  with  that  able  and  large‐minded  prelate  the  question of intercommunion of the Churches of England and Servia. Referring  to  my  communion  at Studenitza he hailed me as  a member  of  the  Orthodox  Church. But he did more than this. I was accompanied by an English layman  who intends to make a stay in Servia of at least two monthsʹ duration after my  leaving.  I  mentioned  that  as  he  was  accustomed  to  communicate  in  the  English Church he was unwilling to be deprived of the same blessing whilst  in a strange land. The bishop at once declared that there was no hindrance to  his communicating in Servia, and at my request gave him a letter addressed  to  all  the  clergy  of  his  diocese,  directing  them  to  administer  communion  to  him, a member of the Church of England, if he desired to receive the sacred  mysteries.  ʺThere now remained the general question of the right of all members of the  English  Church  to  communicate  simply  as  members  of  the  English  Church,  and  without  any  test  beond  that  of  their  loyal  membership  in  their  own  branch of the Church Catholic: and your readers will be glad to know that on  the  production  of  a  simple  certificate  of  real  and  living  membership,  settled  by the bishop and indicated to me, all such persons will from this time forth  be  received  as  communicants  of  the  Orthodox  Church  of  Servia.  And  intercommunion of one portion of the Orthodox Church cannot long precede  formal  intercommunion  with  the  whole  Eastern  Church.  Here  is  real  intercommunion  on  the  true  Catholic  basis,  the  beginning  I  trust  of  wider  communion.  There  is  no  doubt  much  to  labor  for,  much  to  pray  for,  much  need of ʹpatience and confidenceʹ, but here surely is the darn and promise; in  part  also  to  past  prayers  for  unity,  but  especially  may  we,  I  trust,  without  presumption, see an answer to His effectual prayer, who, in the night of His  betrayal,  prayed  ʹthat  they  all  may  [541/542]  be  one.ʹ  Who  shall  despair  and  say any longer that the unity of all Christian people is a mere dream, when in  the person of the English and Servian Churches, the distant East resumes her  intercourse  with  the  separated  West;  and  when  what  to  most  persons  since  the  Council  of  Florence  has  seemed  unattainable,  has  been  done  without  human instruments by Him who in essence and attributes is One.ʺ  Church Times OPTIMISTIC  This  is  an  extraordinarily  optimistic  letter  almost  implying  that  reunion  between  the  two  churches  was  a  fait  accompli.  But,  whatever  the  rights  and  wrongs of the facts, very little seems to have arisen from them. The following  is a portion of a leading article that appeared in the Church Times on August  26, 1865.  ʺThe  Servian  Church  has  entered  into  full  communion  with  the  Church  of  England.  This  is  the  step  to  which  we  allude.  The  efforts  of  the  ʹEastern  Church  Associationʹ  and  especially  the  energy,  perseverance,  and  personal  popularity  in  Servia  of  one  of  the  first  originators  of  that  association  have  induced  the  ancient  Orthodox  Church  in  Servia  to  admit  privately  to  Holy  Communion, and to promise to admit to participation in the sacred mysteries  any traveler, whether priest or layman of the Anglican communion, who shall  bring  with  him  certain  letters  commendatory,  the  form  of  which  will  be  arranged  and  agreed  upon  by  the  Servian  episcopate.  Thus  we  really  at  the  present moment are in communion with the whole Orthodox Church. For the  Servian Church is an Orthodox branch of the great Slavonic communion, and  is  in  full  connection  and  communion  with  Constantinople.  But  the  Servian  Church  has  recognized  our  baptism,  our  orders,  and  our  position,  and  has  admitted our members into communion with herself: therefore now at last the  Anglican  and  Eastern  Orthodox  Church  are  as  one.  What  shall  we  say?  The  heart of every believer must burst into an irrepressible Te Deum at such a truly  Christian triumph.  ʺThe  Servian  Church  which,  perhaps,  is  little  known  to  our  readers  as  yet  except  through  certain  charity‐breathing  letters  of  its  prelates,  especially  of  Archbishop  Michael,  will  soon  be  a  household  word  in  our  mouths.  We  are  bound to give the Servians the credit which is their due for their freedom of  spirit  and  their  intelligent  and  far‐seeing  charity.  English  Churchmen  must  reciprocate this mighty act of Christian brotherhood by all the means that lie  within  their  power.  The  Eastern  Church  for  a  century  past  is  a  suffering  Church. The Church of autonomous Servia has emerged from the fiery trial of  persecution  into  a  clear  sky  and  a  more  peaceful  dwelling  place.  English  Churchmen  in  future  will  find  it  impossible  to  side  with  the  infidel  and  the  Mahometan against those with whom they have broken the Bread of Life and  shared  the  Cup  of  Immortality.  They  are  and  they  must  vividly  realize  that  they are one Church with them.ʺ  C. H. PALMER.


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