A great man is one who collects knowledge the way a bee collects honey and uses it to help people overcome the difficulties they endure - hunger, ignorance and disease!
- Nikola Tesla

Remember, remember always, that all of us, and you and I especially, are descended from immigrants and revolutionists.
- Franklin Roosevelt

While their territory has been devastated and their homes despoiled, the spirit of the Serbian people has not been broken.
- Woodrow Wilson

Simo 1849 - 1893, Marko 1884 - 1887, Jovo 1887 - 1887

 Prednja strana spomenika

      Spomen.

   Ovgen Pociva

SimoSinSava. I Sofie

  Dragomanovicha

Rogen 6 1849 u Morign

   u BokuKotorsku

    U Austriu

   Prestavien

na 12 nov.g. 1893

  u. Giakson Kal

Vieena inu Pamiat


Bočna leva strana spomenika

     Spomen

  Ovgen Pociva

MarkoSinSima i Nine

Dragomanovicha

Rogen na 6. jugna

1884. g. Prestavieo

na 14 Julia g 1887.

u Giakson Kal.

VjecnamuPamiat


Bočna desna strana spomenika

       Spomen

   Ovgen Pociva

JovoSinSima i Nine

 Dragomanovicha

Rogenna 21 Marca

1887.g. Prestaviena9

   Julia. 1887. G.

  u. Giakson. Kal.

VječnamuPamiat


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People Directory

Charles Simic

Charles Simic (born May 9th, 1938) is an American poet. He was born in Belgrade, Yugoslavia (now Republic of Serbia), his childhood was very traumatic, as in the WWII Nazi and Allied bombers ravaged his homeland. Simic emigrated to the USA in 1953 to rejoin his father, who was living in New York City. They moved to Chicago shortly after his arrival. Simic first started to write poetry in high school, when he realized "that one of my friends was attracting the best-looking girls by writing them sappy love poems".

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Publishing

Western American Diocese - Annual 2013

2013 marked several momentous occasions: 50 years of the founding of the Western American Diocese, 150 years of the birth of Archimandrite Sebastian Dabovich, Holy Apostle to the Americas, 1700 years of the Edict of Milan, and a special tribute to Nikola Tesla! Our main focus during this three-day Jubilee Celebration was on the freedom to pursue our faith since the time of Constantine 1700 years ago and how to better live a spiritual life.

As a special tribute, a beautiful commemorative edition of the Annual was prepared, which reflects the History of the Western American Diocese! It is adorned with beautiful photographs and historical articles from our parishes and monateries! It also showcases the wonderful work that has been done over the past year throughout our Diocese and information about our many ongoing ministries. This publicaton also includes a Directory of Parishes.

There are two version of this publication available. Our Hardcover version sells for $15. Our Softcover version sells for $10 and includes Ads & Greetings from families and businesses throughout our Diocese.