Milutin (Knezevic) of Valjevo

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Bishop '''Milutin (Knežević) of Australia and New Zealand''' (b. [[January 10]], 1949) was enthroned on [[December 30]], 2003, by the former Bishop of Australia and New Zealand, [[Nikanor (Bogunovic) of Banat|Nikanor (Bogunovic)]], at [[Monastery of St Sava (Canberra, Australia)|St Sava's Monastery]] in Canberra.
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Bishop '''Milutin (Knežević) of Australia and New Zealand''' (b. [[January 10]], 1949) was enthroned on [[December 30]], 2003, by the former Bishop of Australia and New Zealand, [[Nikanor (Bogunovic) of Banat|Nikanor (Bogunovic)]], at [[Monastery of New Kalenic (Canberra, Australia)|St Sava's Monastery]] in Canberra.
  
 
His Grace was [[abbot]] of the Kaona Monastery in Serbia before being elected Bishop of Australia and New Zealand by the Holy Assembly of Bishops of the [[Church of Serbia|Serbian Orthodox Church]] in mid-2003.
 
His Grace was [[abbot]] of the Kaona Monastery in Serbia before being elected Bishop of Australia and New Zealand by the Holy Assembly of Bishops of the [[Church of Serbia|Serbian Orthodox Church]] in mid-2003.

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Bishop Milutin (Knežević) of Australia and New Zealand (b. January 10, 1949) was enthroned on December 30, 2003, by the former Bishop of Australia and New Zealand, Nikanor (Bogunovic), at St Sava's Monastery in Canberra.

His Grace was abbot of the Kaona Monastery in Serbia before being elected Bishop of Australia and New Zealand by the Holy Assembly of Bishops of the Serbian Orthodox Church in mid-2003.


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Milutin (Knezevic) of Valjevo
Preceded by:
Nikanor (Bogunovic)
Bishop of Australia and New Zealand (Serbian)
2003-present
Succeeded by:
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