Order of Kantakuzina Katarina Branković

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Order of Kantakuzina Katarina Branković
Kantakuzina order.png
Awarded for The award can be awarded to individuals for special benefites for Serbian Orthodox Church in Croatia, Slovenia and Italy according to pronouncement of Metropolit Jovan
Location Zagreb
Country  Croatia
Presented by Metropolitanate of Zagreb, Ljubljana and all Italy
First awarded 2007
Website http://www.mitropolija-zagrebacka.org/

The Order of Kantakuzina Katarina Branković is an honor given by the Metropolitanate of Zagreb and Ljubljana in recognition of special merits to the Serbian Orthodox Church in Croatia, Slovenia and Italy. The award was established in 2007 on the occasion of the celebration of the thirtieth anniversary of the enthronement of Metropolitan Jovan Pavlović of Zagreb.[1] For this occasion the Metropolitanate commissioned a special limited edition collection of medals and diplomas that are made at the Monastery of St. Roman in South Serbia close to the city of Niš. It was decided that the medal will be named for the Orthodox Countess Kantakuzina Katarina Branković who lived in Zagreb in the 15th century.

Description[edit]

The award consists of a forged medal, diploma and order certificate. The award can be awarded to individuals for special merits according to pronouncement of Metropolit Jovan.[1] The order is divided into Medal of Kantakuzina Katarina Branković of first-order and Medal of Kantakuzina Katarina Branković of second-order.

Order holders[edit]

list of holders is not complete

First Order[edit]

  • Vasilije, Serbian Orthodox bishop of Srem
  • Archbishop Sergei of Samara[2]
  • Drazen Juračić, architect)
  • Jelena Skorup Juračić, architect)
  • Nataša Ćećez Sekulić[3]
  • Snežana Opačić[3]
  • Mira Bićanić
  • Gvido Di Antoni[4]
  • Snežana Petrović[4]
  • priest Draško Todorović
  • priest Dušan Kolundžić

Second Order[edit]

  • Abbess Varvara from Tolski monastery in Russia [2]
  • Vladimir Aleksandrovič Koveljev sponsor of Tolski monastery in Russia [2]
  • Aleksandar Sergejevič Kotov [2]
  • Abbot Seraphim Glušakov from Samara [2]
  • Abbot Ivan Salnikov from Samara [2]
  • Bojana Đerić[3]
  • Danilo Jelić[3]
  • Dario Pavlović
  • Dragana Patković
  • Dušan Tadić[3]
  • Hristina Radmilović
  • Jelena Jelić
  • Jelena Lalić
  • Jelena Šimpraga
  • Marinko Repac
  • Maša Samardžija
  • Milica Mijatović
  • Milan Uzelac[3]
  • Milica Bradaš
  • Milorad Subašić
  • Miloš Vlaisavljević[3]
  • Mirjana Šamara[3]
  • Mirko Savković[3]
  • Nikola Bradaš
  • Nikola Malešević
  • Sanja Tepšić[3]
  • Slađana Radoš[3]
  • Tatjana Dragičević
  • Tea Kaurin[3]
  • Vasko Tišma
  • Zorica Kukavica[3]
  • Željana Modrinić[3]
  • Olga Jovanović-Milić[4]
  • Milica Vračarević[4]
  • Đorđe Sekulić[4]
  • Božica Vasić[4]
  • Živislavka Cvetković[4]
  • Dušica Miladinović[4]
  • Anđelka Vuković[4]
  • Dušanka Đorđević[4]
  • Olga Kostić[4]
  • Božidarka Jevtić[4]
  • Živanka Jovanović[4]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Certificate of Medal of second-order, Monastery St. Roman, Serbia, 2007
  2. ^ a b c d e f "SPASOVDAN U MANASTIRU LEPAVINA". MANASTIR LEPAVINA. Retrieved 13 August 2014. 
  3. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n http://www.novossti.com/2011/06/pokrajine-61/
  4. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m http://pravoslavlje.spc.rs/broj/959/tekst/nedelja-pravoslavlja-u-srpskoj-crkvi/print/lat

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