Sebastian Dabovich

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{{orthodoxyinamerica}}Archimandrite '''Sebastian Dabovich''' (born '''Jovan Dabovich''', [[June 21]], 1863 - [[November 30]], 1940) was a prominent Serbian priest in the Russian Mission in America in the 1890s and early 1900s. He founded numerous churches and was the author of several books. He died in Serbia in 1940, and is currently being considered for [[glorification]] as a saint.
  
 
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Archimandrite Sebastian Dabovich (born Jovan Dabovich, June 21, 1863 - November 30, 1940) was a prominent Serbian priest in the Russian Mission in America in the 1890s and early 1900s. He founded numerous churches and was the author of several books. He died in Serbia in 1940, and is currently being considered for glorification as a saint.

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