Even in Roman times, Belgrade was diocese. Kingdom of Serbia and the Apostolic See signed Concordat in 1914 for establishing the Archdiocese of Belgrade. In addition to diocesan priests, monks and nuns also serve here (Jesuits, Franciscans, and Salesians land lazarists). The diocese issued a religious magazine “Blagovest” which is published four times a year. In Belgrade there are also other catholic churches:
Church of Christ the King, St. Anthony, St. Cyril and Methodius, St. Joseph the Worker, St. Peter and the Assumption of Mary. In Zemun there are two churches: St. John of Capistrano and the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary. Services are held regularly, every day, Sundays and public holidays.