On the Sunday of the Holy Fathers, June 9, 2019, at the church of St. John the Merciful, Patriarch of Alexandria, of the Metropolis of Michalovce and Cassovia (Slovakia) of the Czech and Slovakian Church, the canonization of the martyr presbyter Stanislav Nasadil was held.
A Czech clergyman of the Diocese of Gorno Karlovci of the Church of Serbia, who martyred in June 1941 for his orthodox faith at the Jadovno concentration camp of today’s Croatia with Bishop Saint Savva (Trlajić) and other Orthodox clergy and lay people in the hands of fascist and nationalist Ustashe.
Archbishop Rostislav, the primate of the Church of the Czech Lands and Slovakia concelebrated with the High Priests: Metropolitan Porfiry of Zagreb and Ljubljana, Bishops Irinej of Bačka, Ignatius of Branicevo, Kiril of Buenos Aires and Center of South America, Isichios of Mohács (Serbian Patriarchate), Bishop Paisios of Gorlice (Church of Poland) and Archbishop Michael of Prague, Bishop Isaiah of Schuberg, as well as Bishop George of Michalovce and Cassovia (Church of the Czech Lands and Slovakia).
The protocol of canonization was also signed by the great-grandson of the Saint, monk Paisios of the Kovilj Monastery of the Holy Bishopric of Bačka, Serbia.
The feast day of the New hieromartyr Stanislav (1907-1941) will be celebrated annually on June 20.