Dimitrije, Serbian Patriarch
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|Archbishop of Peć, Metropolitan of Belgrade and Karlovci, and Serbian Patriarch|
|Church||Serbian Orthodox Church|
|Installed||September 12, 1920|
|Term ended||April 6, 1930|
|Birth name||Dimitrije Pavlović|
|Born||October 28, 1846|
Požarevac, Principality of Serbia
|Died||April 6, 1930 (aged 83)|
Belgrade, Kingdom of Yugoslavia
Serbian Patriarch Dimitrije I
|Reference style||His Holiness|
|Spoken style||Your Holiness|
|Posthumous style||His Holiness Patriarch Dimitrije I of Blessed Repose|
Dimitrije (Serbian: Димитрије; 28 October 1846 – 6 April 1930) was the first Patriarch of the reunified Serbian Orthodox Church, from 1920 until his death. He was styled "His Holiness, the Archbishop of Peć, Metropolitan of Belgrade and Karlovci, and Serbian Patriarch".
Dimitrije Pavlović was born on 28 October 1846 in Požarevac, Serbia. He was appointed Bishop of Niš in 1884, and held that title until 1889. He then became Bishop of Šabac-Valjevo in 1898 and held that title until 1905. When Inokentije, Metropolitan of Belgrade, died in 1905, Dimitrije was appointed the successor. In 1920, the Serbian Patriarchate was re-established, thus Dimitrije became the first head of the re-established patriarchate. On 8 June 1922, he wed King Alexander I and Princess Maria of Romania in the Cathedral Church in Belgrade. Patriarch Dimitrije died on 6 April 1930 in Belgrade and was buried in the Rakovica monastery.
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|Eastern Orthodox Church titles|
Title last held byKalinik II
| Serbian Patriarch
| Metropolitan of Belgrade
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