Holy See–Serbia relations
Holy See–Serbia relations are foreign relations between the Holy See and Serbia. Both countries established diplomatic relations in March 1919. The Holy See has an embassy in Belgrade. Serbia has an embassy to the Holy See in Rome.
Before the establishment of the formal bilateral relations
The coronation of Grand Prince of Serbia Stefan the First-Crowned (1165–1228) was performed by a legate of Pope Urban II, which led some Serbian historians to conclude that Stefan converted to Catholicism.
Stefan's third wife, Venetian noblewoman Anna Dandolo, an catholic, became Queen of Serbia and was mother to Stefan Uroš I. Popular legend claims that the Žiča Monastery, seat of the Serbian Orthodox Church between 1219–1253, was intentionally constructed on the half way between Rome and Constantinople.
- Saint Sava
- Miroslav Gospel
- Genocide of Serbs in the Independent State of Croatia
- Catholic clergy involvement with the Ustaše
- Foreign relations of the Holy See
- Foreign relations of Serbia
- Holy See–Yugoslavia relations
- Serbian Ministry of Foreign Affairs: direction of the Holy See’s embassy in Belgrade
- Serbian Ministry of Foreign Affairs: direction of the Serbian embassy to the Holy See
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