ROCOR-STUDIES
Dear [subscriber:firstname | default:reader],

Together we made this! With the donations from thirty donors ranging from $20 to $1000, we will be able to pay for airfares of at least nine participants of the conference on ROCOR history in Belgrade this November.

Here are translations of the two more conference papers. The first one of Vladimir Burega from Kiev and the second one of Jurij Danilets from Uzhgorod. Thank you, the Fund for Assistance to the ROCOR, for sponsoring these translations.

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

August 6, 2021

Metropolitan Antony Khrapovitskii on the See of Kiev (1918–1920)

Following the abdication of Emperor Nicholas II, the Russian monarchist Archbishop and later Metropolitan Anthony had to recognize the Provisional Government in Russia and then the regime of the Getman of Ukraine Pavlo Skoropadskyi
Metropolitan Antony Khrapovitskii on the See of Kiev (1918–1920)

The ROCOR and Orthodoxy in Subcarpathian Ruthenia in the 1920s

The groundwork for contacts between ROCOR figures and Orthodox clergy in Subcarpathian Ruthenia was thus laid in the period before World War I. In the 1920s, the ROCOR leadership attempted to extend its authority over the Transcarpathian Orthodox parishes, based on the status of Exarch granted to Metropolitan Antony by the Ecumenical Patriarch.
The ROCOR and Orthodoxy in Subcarpathian Ruthenia in the 1920s
ROCOR Studies
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