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Indeed Christ is Risen! Воистину Воскресе Христос !

I am sharing with you here excerpts from the first paper translated for the November conference. These excerpts enable participants to ask a presenter their questions beforehand.

On May 29, I am planning to go to Belgrade to make arrangements on the grounds. From now on and until the conference I am also planning to update this website more often than twice a month.

You will find here the link to a fundraiser. Your solidarity with my work is no less encouraging to me than your contribution!

Thank you for your continuing interest,
Deacon Andrei Psarev, Editor

May 11, 2021

The ROCOR and the Axis Powers During World War II Part 1. Synod in Yugoslavia and Central Europe

It is thus no coincidence that the Reichskirchenministerium’s (RKM) protective policy vis-à-vis the ROCOR had to do with gaining influence over the Balkan Orthodox Churches.
The ROCOR and the Axis Powers During World War II Part 1. Synod in Yugoslavia and Central Europe

The ROCOR and the Axis Powers during World War II Part 2. Metropolitanate District in China

After the beginning of active hostilities on the Chinese mainland with the Japanese invasion of North China in 1937, a campaign to “mobilize the national spirit” was launched, in which religious organizations, especially Christian ones, were also actively urged to participate.
The ROCOR and the Axis Powers during World War II  Part 2. Metropolitanate District in China

The ROCOR and the Axis Powers During World War II Part 3. ROCOR in Other Axis’ Territories and General Conclusion

The ROCOR leadership did not have any particular relations with the government of Fascist Italy. The small deanery of the Russian Orthodox Church in Italy with three congregations operated without any problems of note. With the sanction of the Fascist Republic of Salò, there was a so-called Cossack stan with about 40,000 Cossack soldiers and as many as 60,000 civilians …
The ROCOR and the Axis Powers During World War II  Part 3. ROCOR in Other Axis’ Territories and General Conclusion

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