Joanicius II of Peć

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Our Father amon saints Joanikije (''Also Joanicius. In Serbian:'' '''Свети Јонакије патријарх српски''') was first Serbian Patriarch. His Feast is [[September 3/16]].
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Our father among the [[saint]]s '''Joanikije II of Peć''' (also Joanicius, Serbian: Свети Јонакије патријарх српски) was the first Serbian [[patriarch]]. His [[feast day]] is [[September 3]]/16.
  
== Archbishop ==
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==Archbishop==
He was elected Archbishop of Peć, between [[December 19]], 1337 and [[January 3]], 1338. Before he was elected he was ''logothetos'' royal chancellor. He was folowing in steps of his great predccessors. He was raised Patriarch , and Archbishopric of Peć to Patriarchate on [[Palm Sunday]], April 6, 1346. This was in order to Joanikije coronate King Stefan Uroš IV Dušan Car (Emperor). This Elevation was don with aproval Trnovo Patriarchate and Archbishopric of Ohrid. Coronation took a place on [[Pascha]] 1346.  
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He was elected [[Archbishop]] of Peć between [[December 19]], 1337 and [[January 3]], 1338. Before he was elected, he was ''logothetos'', royal chancellor. He was elevated to Patriarch and Archbishop of Peć on [[Palm Sunday]], [[April 6]], 1346. This was done so that Joanikije could coronate King Stefan Uroš IV Dušan as tsar (emperor). This corontion took place on [[Pascha]] of 1346 with the approval of the Patriarch of Trnovo, Archbishop of Ohrid, and community of [[Mount Athos]].  
  
Joanikije proceded tradition of building Churches and Monasteries. He built. amon the others , two Churches in Holy Land: Church of Saint Elias on Carmel and Church of Saint Nicholas on Mount Tabor
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Patr. Joanikije continued a tradition of building [[church]]es and [[monastery|monasteries]]. He built, among  others, two churches in the Holy Land: the Church of Saint Elias on Carmel and the Church of Saint Nicholas on Mount Tabor.
  
Saint Joanikije died [[September 3]], 1354. He was buried in Peć Monastery.  
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Once, the pope sent an envoy to make a proposal to the Serbian emperor and the patriarch. Saint Joanikije, however, refused to recognize new Western new teachings.
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Saint Joanikije died [[September 3]], 1354. He was buried in Peć [[Monastery]].  
  
  
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Our father among the saints Joanikije II of Peć (also Joanicius, Serbian: Свети Јонакије патријарх српски) was the first Serbian patriarch. His feast day is September 3/16.

Archbishop

He was elected Archbishop of Peć between December 19, 1337 and January 3, 1338. Before he was elected, he was logothetos, royal chancellor. He was elevated to Patriarch and Archbishop of Peć on Palm Sunday, April 6, 1346. This was done so that Joanikije could coronate King Stefan Uroš IV Dušan as tsar (emperor). This corontion took place on Pascha of 1346 with the approval of the Patriarch of Trnovo, Archbishop of Ohrid, and community of Mount Athos.

Patr. Joanikije continued a tradition of building churches and monasteries. He built, among others, two churches in the Holy Land: the Church of Saint Elias on Carmel and the Church of Saint Nicholas on Mount Tabor.

Once, the pope sent an envoy to make a proposal to the Serbian emperor and the patriarch. Saint Joanikije, however, refused to recognize new Western new teachings.

Saint Joanikije died September 3, 1354. He was buried in Peć Monastery.


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Joanicius II of Peć
Preceded by:
St. Danilo II
Patriarch of Serbia
1337-1354
Succeeded by:
Sava IV
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