Andrej (Frusic) of Banja Luka

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His Grace Andrej (Frušić) of Banja Luka (Serbian: епископ др Андреј Фрушић) was the Serbian Orthodox bishop of Banja Luka from 1961 to 1980, and later of Srem from 1980 to 1987.

In 1952, he obtained his doctorate from Tgology in Belgrade. He was the last theology student to receivc his doctorate from Belgrade University before 2004, the Orthodox Theological Faculty having been removed from university from 1952 until its restoration in 2004. He was elected for Bishop of Banja Luka in 1961 and was consecrated by Patriarch German and two other bishops. On his own request he was transferred to the Diocese of Srem in 1980. He died in Sremska Mitrovica in 1987.


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Andrej (Frusic) of Banja Luka
Preceded by:
Vasilije
Bishop of Banja Luka
1961-1980
Succeeded by:
Jefrem (Miluntinovic)
Preceded by:
Makarije
Bishop of Srem
1980-1987
Succeeded by:
Vasilije
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