Misu was celebrated by the special envoy of Pope Francis Cardinal Angelo Skola, the Milan Archbishop metropolitan, in communion with the hosts: Archbishop Metropolitan of the Belgrade Mons. Stanislav Hočevar and all members of the International Bishop Conference, which includes Serbia, Montenegro and Macedonia. p>
The ecumenical male choir performed at this celebration four compositions in Slovenian, Church Slavonic, Croatian and Hungarian.
The Serbian Orthodox Church was represented by a delegation where the closest associates of the bishop of Nis, Mr. Jovan, were closest to the Serbian Orthodox Church. There were also representatives of the Islamic Community and the Reformed Church in Serbia, as well as the Anglican and Evangelical priests. Representatives of the authorities of the Republic of Serbia, led by President Gj. Tomislav Nikolić, as well as Prince Alexander II. Karadjordjevic and princess Katarina Karadjordjevic, as well as a number of ambassadors, as well as the mayors of Nis, Aleksinac and Zajecar and other dignitaries. The missive was broadcast directly by the Radiotelevision of Serbia. p>
In his welcome speech, Monsieur Stanislaw said that we humbly but uprightly stand in front of the particle of Christ's Cross - the gift of the Diocese of Modena and the Nonantolal sanctuary - and the powers of St. Jelene, which is the gift of the Diocese of Trier, while today the entire Western Church celebrates St. Peter's Day. the Apostle Matthew, and our sister SOC is the birth of the Blessed Virgin Mary, "welcoming everyone.