On the occasion of 800 years of the autocephaly of the Serbian Orthodox Church, the Holy Trinity Church in Montreal presents the Serbian publishing house Catena Mundi and
Invites to attend the lecture "Foundations of Serbian Culture and the Testament History of Serbs" on September 25th at 7:30 pm.
Speakers: dr Milos Kovic, Professor at the Faculty of Philosophy in Belgrade, dr Milo Lompar, Professor at the Faculty of Philology in Belgrade and Branimir Nesic, Director of Catena Mundi Publishing House.
In addition to the encyclopaedias Catena mundi and Magnum crimen by Viktor Novak, the lecturers will also talk about the following books: Milos Kovic, “Zaveti” (Testaments); Milo Lompar, “Sloboda i istina” (Freedom and Truth); Djoko Slijepcevic, “Istorija Srpske pravoslavne crkve” (History of the Serbian Orthodox Church); Aleksandra Ninkovic Tasic – Branislav Stankovic, “Zvonari slobode” (The bell-ringers of liberty); “Istorija jedne utopije” (The History of a Utopia), Milo Lompar, “Duh samoodricanja” (The Spirit of Self-Denial).
The lecture will be held on the premises of Holy Trinity Church, 349 Melville Avenue, Westmount, QC H3Z 2J7.