Gabriel I of Pec

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The holy, glorious and right-victorious [[Hieromartyr]] '''Gavrilo I of Pec''' (also ''Gabriel''; Serbian: '''Свети свештеномученик Гаврило српски''') was the Serbian Patriarch from 1648 to 1655.  His [[feast day]] is celebrated on [[December 13]] ([[December 26]] in [[Gregorian Calendar]]).
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The holy, glorious and right-victorious [[Hieromartyr]] '''Gavrilo I of Pec''' (also ''Gabriel''; Serbian: '''Свети свештеномученик Гаврило српски''') was the Serbian [[Patriarch]] from 1648 to 1655.  His [[feast day]] is celebrated on [[December 13]] ([[December 26]] in [[Gregorian Calendar]]).
  
 
==Life==
 
==Life==
 
Gavrilo was born in the Stari Vlah region into a noble family. Little of his early life is known.
 
Gavrilo was born in the Stari Vlah region into a noble family. Little of his early life is known.
  
He was Metropolitan of Smederevo until 1643. After this, he was elected Metropolitan of Ras and Novi Pazar.  He rebuilt the Monastery of the Holy Archangels near the Kovilje Mountains in 1644.  After the death of Patriarch [[Paisius I of Pec|Pajsije]] on [[November 3]]/[[November 13|13]], 1647, Gavrilo was elected patriarch by the [[Synod]] at Morača Monastery before the feast of the [[Ascension]] in 1648.  He paid a large tribute to the Turks, as other patriarchs had: 100,000 akchas.  He visited Constantinople in order to gain protection for his flock.   
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He was Metropolitan of Smederevo until 1643. After this, he was elected [[Metropolitan]] of Ras and Novi Pazar.  He rebuilt the Monastery of the Holy Archangels near the Kovilje Mountains in 1644.  After the death of Patriarch [[Paisius I of Pec|Pajsije]] on [[November 3]]/[[November 13|13]], 1647, Gavrilo was elected patriarch by the [[Synod]] at Morača Monastery before the feast of the [[Ascension]] in 1648.  He paid a large tribute to the Turks, as had other patriarchs: 100,000 akchas.  He visited Constantinople in order to gain protection for his flock.   
  
When he visited Stari Vlah, he met the Russian nobleman Ivan Vasiljevič Šujski (княз Иван Василевич Шуйскый).  Patr. Gavrilo traveled to Russia to ask for material support.  He met Metr. Arsenije of Trebinje on [[Christmas Eve]] and went first to Valachia in Tergoviste to try to reconcile the Valachian Prince Matthew Besarab with Cossack Hetman Bogdan Hmeljnicki.  Patr. Gavrilo traveled again to Russia in 1654, and brought with him two books for printing: ''Lives of Serbian Emperors and Patriarchs'' and ''Typikon against Latin Heresy of Saint Nil Kabasilas''.  He was welcomed by Patr. Nikon (Никон патряирх московский и всей России) and Tsar Mihail Romanoff (цар всей Великой, Малой и Белой России Михаил Романов).  He also participated in the famous Moscow Synod in 1658 in which Nikon's reforms were approved.  He wrote to Serbia for the metropolitans to elect a new patriarch.
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When he visited Stari Vlah, he met the Russian nobleman Ivan Vasiljevič Šujski (княз Иван Василевич Шуйскый).  Patr. Gavrilo traveled to Russia to ask for material support.  He met Metr. Arsenije of Trebinje on Christmas Eve and went first to Valachia in Tergoviste to try to reconcile the Valachian Prince Matthew Besarab with Cossack Hetman Bogdan Hmeljnicki.  Patr. Gavrilo traveled again to Russia in 1654, and brought with him two books for printing: ''Lives of Serbian Emperors and Patriarchs'' and ''Typikon against Latin Heresy of Saint Nil Kabasilas''.  He was welcomed by Patr. [[Nikon of Moscow|Nikon]] (Никон патряирх московский и всей России) and Tsar Mihail Romanoff (цар всей Великой, Малой и Белой России Михаил Романов).  He also participated in the famous Moscow Synod in 1658 in which Nikon's reforms were approved.  He wrote to Serbia for the metropolitans to elect a new patriarch.
  
 
He returned to Serbia in 1659. On his return, he was accused by Turkish Governmant of being responsible for the Russo-Turkish War and sentenced to embrace [[Islam]].  After Patr. Gavrilo refused, he was sentenced to death.  He died in Bursa on [[July 18]], 1659.  [[Presbyter]] Pavle took his [[relics|remains]] and buried them.  He was entered on the list of Serbian [[saint]]s.
 
He returned to Serbia in 1659. On his return, he was accused by Turkish Governmant of being responsible for the Russo-Turkish War and sentenced to embrace [[Islam]].  After Patr. Gavrilo refused, he was sentenced to death.  He died in Bursa on [[July 18]], 1659.  [[Presbyter]] Pavle took his [[relics|remains]] and buried them.  He was entered on the list of Serbian [[saint]]s.

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The holy, glorious and right-victorious Hieromartyr Gavrilo I of Pec (also Gabriel; Serbian: Свети свештеномученик Гаврило српски) was the Serbian Patriarch from 1648 to 1655. His feast day is celebrated on December 13 (December 26 in Gregorian Calendar).

Life

Gavrilo was born in the Stari Vlah region into a noble family. Little of his early life is known.

He was Metropolitan of Smederevo until 1643. After this, he was elected Metropolitan of Ras and Novi Pazar. He rebuilt the Monastery of the Holy Archangels near the Kovilje Mountains in 1644. After the death of Patriarch Pajsije on November 3/13, 1647, Gavrilo was elected patriarch by the Synod at Morača Monastery before the feast of the Ascension in 1648. He paid a large tribute to the Turks, as had other patriarchs: 100,000 akchas. He visited Constantinople in order to gain protection for his flock.

When he visited Stari Vlah, he met the Russian nobleman Ivan Vasiljevič Šujski (княз Иван Василевич Шуйскый). Patr. Gavrilo traveled to Russia to ask for material support. He met Metr. Arsenije of Trebinje on Christmas Eve and went first to Valachia in Tergoviste to try to reconcile the Valachian Prince Matthew Besarab with Cossack Hetman Bogdan Hmeljnicki. Patr. Gavrilo traveled again to Russia in 1654, and brought with him two books for printing: Lives of Serbian Emperors and Patriarchs and Typikon against Latin Heresy of Saint Nil Kabasilas. He was welcomed by Patr. Nikon (Никон патряирх московский и всей России) and Tsar Mihail Romanoff (цар всей Великой, Малой и Белой России Михаил Романов). He also participated in the famous Moscow Synod in 1658 in which Nikon's reforms were approved. He wrote to Serbia for the metropolitans to elect a new patriarch.

He returned to Serbia in 1659. On his return, he was accused by Turkish Governmant of being responsible for the Russo-Turkish War and sentenced to embrace Islam. After Patr. Gavrilo refused, he was sentenced to death. He died in Bursa on July 18, 1659. Presbyter Pavle took his remains and buried them. He was entered on the list of Serbian saints.


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Gabriel I of Pec
Preceded by:
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Metropolitan of Smederevo
?-1643
Succeeded by:
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Preceded by:
Maksim
Metropolitan of Ras and Novi Pazar
1643-1648
Succeeded by:
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Preceded by:
Pajsije
Patriarch of Serbia
1672-1690
Succeeded by:
Maksim
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