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Italic. The present correspondence between the first hierarchs of the Russian Church Abroad and the Orthodox Church in America had as its starting point A. I. Solzhenitsyn’s expulsion from the USSR on March 29, 1974.

Bold Italic. Use for interview questions of for any reason you decide. The present correspondence between the first hierarchs of the Russian Church Abroad and the Orthodox Church in America had as its starting point A. I. Solzhenitsyn’s expulsion from the USSR on March 29, 1974.

H1. Used for Titles. The message of the Third All-Diaspora Council of the Russian Orthodox Church Outside Russia to the American Metropolia

H2. Used for subheadings, chapters, etc. and used interchangeably with H3 (since previous articles by various authors have used h2 and h3 at random I have made them both the same style). The message of the Third All-Diaspora Council of the Russian Orthodox Church Outside Russia to the American Metropolia

H3. Used for subheadings, chapters, etc. and used interchangeably with H2. The message of the Third All-Diaspora Council of the Russian Orthodox Church Outside Russia to the American Metropolia

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Blockquote. Members of the Third All-Diaspora Council of the Russian Orthodox Church Outside Russia, with our First Hierarch, the Most Reverend Metropolitan Filaret at its head and with the entire Council of the prelates of the free portion of the Russian Church

We, members of the Third All-Diaspora Council of the Russian Orthodox Church Outside Russia, with our First Hierarch, the Most Reverend Metropolitan Filaret at its head and with the entire Council of the prelates of the free portion of the Russian Church, turn to you, the children and grandchildren of those who, like us, came from the bosom of our Mother, the Church of Russia.

Caption font. Archbishop Michael Konstantinides of Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America (1892-1958)

The Most Reverend Metropolitan Filaret at its head and with the entire Council of the prelates of the free portion of the Russian Church, turn to you, the children and grandchildren of those who, like us, came from the bosom of our Mother, the Church of Russia. The Most Reverend Metropolitan Filaret at its head and with the entire Council of the prelates of the free portion of the Russian Church, turn to you, the children and grandchildren of those who, like us, came from the bosom of our Mother, the Church of Russia.

Caption font. Archbishop Michael Konstantinides of Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America (1892-1958)

The Most Reverend Metropolitan Filaret at its head and with the entire Council of the prelates of the free portion of the Russian Church, turn to you, the children and grandchildren of those who, like us, came from the bosom of our Mother, the Church of Russia. The Most Reverend Metropolitan Filaret at its head and with the entire Council of the prelates of the free portion of the Russian Church, turn to you, the children and grandchildren of those who, like us, came from the bosom of our Mother, the Church of Russia.

The Most Reverend Metropolitan Filaret at its head and with the entire Council of the prelates of the free portion of the Russian Church, turn to you, the children and grandchildren of those who, like us, came from the bosom of our Mother, the Church of Russia. The Most Reverend Metropolitan Filaret at its head and with the entire Council of the prelates of the free portion of the Russian Church, turn to you, the children and grandchildren of those who, like us, came from the bosom of our Mother, the Church of Russia.

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  • As difficult as this path may be, we believe that with the help of God’s grace, which “always heals the infirm and fills what is lacking,” it is possible, and we are ready on our part to do everything that depends on us to restore the unity of faith and love between us which is the content of the joyful essence of Christ’s Church.

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  • As difficult as this path may be, we believe that with the help of God’s grace, which “always heals the infirm and fills what is lacking,” it is possible, and we are ready on our part to do everything that depends on us to restore the unity of faith and love between us which is the content of the joyful essence of Christ’s Church.