Table of Contents
Part I: The Establishment and Structure of the Russian Orthodox Church Abroad Until 1944/45
Chapter 1: The Russian Civil War and the Establishment of the Higher Church Authority (1918- 1920).
Chapter 2: From the Evacuation of the Higher Church Authority Until the Resettlement in Sremsky-Karlovtsy (November 1920 – July 1921).
Chapter 3: From the Karlovtsy Council in 1921 Until the Schism in the Church Emigration in 1926.
Chapter 4: Church Development in the Years 1926-1928.
Chapter 5: The Consolidation of the Church Abroad and Its Further Development in the Years After the Schism (1926-1939).
Chapter 6: The Last Years of the Karlovtsy Emigration.
Part II: The Russian Orthodox Church Abroad Since 1945
Chapter 1: The Losses Suffered by the Church Abroad in Eastern Europe, China, Manchuria, and Palestine in the Years 1944-49.
Chapter 2: The Restoration of Church Life and the 1946 Council of Bishops.
Chapter 3: The Years of the Munich Emigration (1945-49) and the Transfer of the Synod of Bishops to the United States.
Chapter 4: The Rebuilding of Church Life Since 1950.
Chapter 5: The Dioceses and Institutions of the Church Abroad at the Present Time (1998).
Chapter 6: The Millennium Celebrations of the Russian Orthodox Church.
Part III: The Structure of the Church Abroad
Chapter 1: The Synod of Bishops.
Chapter 2: The Council of Bishops.
Chapter 3: The All-Diaspora Council.
Part IV: Church Life
Chapter 1: The Dioceses and Parishes.
Chapter 1.1: The Ecclesiastical Mission in Jerusalem and the Diaspora in Africa and Asia.
Chapter 1.2: The Communities in Eastern Europe.
Chapter 1.3: The Dioceses in China and Manchuria.
Chapter 1.4: The Dioceses in the United States.
Chapter 1.5: The Dioceses in Canada.
Chapter 1.6: The Dioceses in South America.
Chapter 1.7: The Dioceses in Western Europe and Great Britain Chapter 1.8: The Dioceses in Germany and Austria.
Chapter 1.9: The Dioceses of Australia and New Zealand.
Chapter 2: The Monasteries and Convents of the Church Abroad and Their Significance For the Church Life of the Emigration.
Chapter 3: The Printing Presses and Publishing Houses.
Chapter 4: The Education of Priests and the Theological Institutes.
Chapter 5: Church Schools.
Chapter 6: Missionary Activities
Chapter 7: The Sacred Arts.
Part V: The Relations Between the Church Abroad and Other Christian Churches
Chapter 1: The Relationship to the Moscow Patriarchate.
Chapter 2: The Relationship to the Russian Emigre Churches.
Chapter 3: The Relationship to Orthodox Local Churches.
Chapter 4: The Church Abroad and Non-Orthodox Churches.
Part VI: Comprehensive Index of the Bishops of the Church Abroad With Short Biographies
Part VII: Documents
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