Archive for 2010
Alexander Dzubay was born on 12 Feb 1857 in Kalnik, Bereg County, Hungary, then part of the Habsburg Empire of Austria-Hungary. His forbears had been, for generations, mostly Greek Catholic priests.
Archbishop Sergei of Chernomorsk and Novorossiisk
Stepan Alexeevich Petrov was born in the Don Cossack stanitsa (village) of Aksai on 30 Jan 1864. The area was home to Scythians and Kurgans in ancient times; somewhat later came the Khazars and Polovtsy. Local legend has it that the hero of The Lay of Igor’s Campaign, Prince Igor Svyatoslavich, was vanquished on the field of battle by the Turkic Polovtsy and their leader, Khan Kobyak, in the area.
Значительная часть содержания богато иллюстрированного, крупноформатного журнала (80 стр.) посвящена истории Русской Зарубежной Церкви.
Archbishop Amvrossy (Merezhko, 25 Aug1889-26 Nov/9 Dec 1974) Archbishop Amvrossy (Adrian Merezhko) was born near Kiev in 1889. He grew up in the Kiev Caves Lavra. After graduation from secondary school, he worked as a secretary in the Ekaterinoslav provincial administration. He emigrated to the USA in 1923.
Vladika Gregory was born to Ioann and Juliana Borishkevitch on 18 April 1889 in the small village of Mezhirinsk, located in the Rovno District where Lithuanians, Poles, Russians, and Cossacks had battled over the lands for hundreds of years.
Выпуск Православной Жизни в формате Акробат (5, 1996)