The fourth collection in the series “Readings in Russian Religious Culture” was published by the Foundation for Russian History. Most of the articles were written at different times by Marina V. Ledkovsky, The articles are collected in a single volume for the first time. Also included are articles by well-known musicologists living both in Russia [...]
Jordanville, NY. November 16, 2011. Диакон Андрей Псарев ищет научного редактора для написанной им первой части учебника по истории Русской Церкви.
Archbishop Vitaly’s entire life was a labor of obedience to Christ’s Church, to which he devoted his whole life without exception. The fruits of his service were the Pochaev publishing brotherhoods in Germany, Brazil, Canada, and the United States.
Jordanville. November 21, 2008
Andrei Psarev completed his fifteen-year research into the life of the confessor of the faith, Archbishop Leontii (1904-1971), who struggled against Renovationism in the USSR and in the immigration continued to struggle against what he considered apostasy from Orthodoxy.
Athens, September 13 – 17, 2011. Deacon Andrei Psarev, instructor of canon law at Holy Trinity Orthodox Seminary, attended an international congress on eastern ecclesiastical law organized by the Society for the Law of Eastern Churches at Vienna University, Austria.
Belfast, June 1, 2011. Deacon Andrei Psarev successfully completed his examinations at Queen’s University Belfast (Norther Ireland) and was thereby qualified to register as a candidate for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy.
On September 17, 2010, in conjunction with the 90th anniversary of the State Archive of the Russian Federation – Gosudarstvennyi arkhiv Rossiiskoi Federatsii (GARF) – there was a formal exchange of documents in Moscow.
New York, April 30, 2010. At their teleconference, on April 30, the Board of Members of the Fund for Assistance to the Russian Orthodox Church Outside of Russia approved a grant for the development of this Web site. The main benefit of this grant is that Historical Studies of the Russian Church Abroad will be updated, God willing, twice a month with text as well as audio and visual interviews and articles.
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The history of the Russian Orthodox Church Outside of Russia includes many insufficiently explored areas. Unique photos posted on the blog of Reader Michael, from the ROCOR’s British Diocese, cast light on one such terra incognita: ROCOR’s experiment with the western liturgical rite.