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St. Tikhon’s University Review . Series II: History. Russian Church History

St. Tikhon’s University Review II :3 (58)

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Vorontsova Irina

Discussion on Christianization of Everyday Life among St. Petersburg Clergy in 1907–1908

Vorontsova Irina (2014) "Discussion on Christianization of Everyday Life among St. Petersburg Clergy in 1907–1908 ", Vestnik Pravoslavnogo Sviato-Tikhonovskogo gumanitarnogo universiteta. Seriia II : Istoriia. Istoriia Russkoy Pravoslavnoy Tserkvi, 2014, Iss. 58, pp. 9-23 (in Russian).

DOI of the paper: 10.15382/sturII201458.9-23
The Revolution of 1905 gave birth to the internal Church movement for renewal of Church life. Impressed by the revolutionary events the liberal clergy and laity of this movement called it “liberation”; in the period of the movement there was really a number of reforms that would free the Church from excessive state “custody ”. But there met and the other kinds of impulses of the “liberation” of Petersburg: the clergy, the strengthening of the role of Christianity got interested in everyday life, was wondering about the prospects for the introduction of the pastoral responsibilities of addressing social issues. There was a discussion on this topic in the “Society of Lovers of religious and moral education in the spirit of the Orthodox Church ”, the discussion took place in a number of forms of Church renovation included the offi cial recognition of the Russian Church “the Christianization of labour”. In their opinion the Christianization of all elements of everyday life would help draw in the Church wall to isolate themselves from the Church of the social strata of Russian society. Content of the discussion got into print and was propagated by priest Vladimir Kolachev, reworded features some “doctrine” and received a response in the provincial press. This discussion held at the St. Petersburg 1907–1908 by the clergs. It is highlighted the tendency of sociologization the moral teachings of Christianity in the beginning of the XX-th century in Russia and show the rejection of traditional ascetic outlook among representatives of the secular clergy.
Petersburg clergy’s discussion 1907–1908, Church movement, John Yanyshev, Christianization of labor, social Christianity, reformism, neochristianity, renovationism, priest Vladimir Kolachev

1. Otchet o dejatel'nosti obshhestva [rasprostranenija religiozno-nravstvennogo prosveshhenija v duhe Pravoslavnoj Cerkvi v S.-Peterburge] za 1908 g. (sushhestvovanija Obshhestva dvadcat' vos'moj) s prilozheniem spiskov chlenov i Ustava Obshhestva (Report on Activity of Society [of Expansion of Religious-Ethic Enlightenment of Orthodox Church in S.-Petersburg] for 1908 [28th Year of Existence of the Society] with Appendix of Lists of Members and Regulations of the Society), SPb., 1909. S. 137–138.
2. Voroncova I. V. (2013) “Sintez nauki i religii, opyta i very v bogoslovii arhimandrita Feodora (Buhareva)” (Synthesis of Science and Religion, Experience and Faith in the Theology of Archimandrite Feodor (Buharev)), in Voprosy filosofii, 2013, vol. 12, pp. 68–77.
3. Zosima (Davydov), igumen. (2005) “Moskovskaja cerkovnaja revoljucija, ili Dejatel'nost' Moskovskogo obshhestva ljubitelej duhovnogo prosveshhenija v 1905–1908 goda” (Moscow Church Revolution, or Activity of Moscow Society of Lovers of Spiritual Enlightenment), in Ezhegodnaja bogoslovskaja konferencija Pravoslavnogo Svjato-Tihonovskogo bogoslovskogo instituta: Materialy, M., 2005, pp. 407–408.
4. (1907) “Novoe ili cerkovnoe hristianstvo” (New or Church Christianiry), in Cerkovnyj vestnik, 1907, vol. 19, 10 maja, pp. 603–607.
5. Orehanov Ju. L., diakon. (1999) “K rannej istorii obnovlenchestva. Spisok chlenov «Bratstva revnitelej cerkovnogo obnovlenija»” (To the Early History of Obnovlenchestvo. List of Members of “Brotherhood of Adherents of Church Renewal”), in Bogoslovskij sbornik PSTBI, M., 1999, vol 3, pp. 222–224.





Vorontsova Irina

Ivanov Sergei, диакон

The Chronology of the Renovationist «Revolution» in the Russian Church in May, 1922 according to New Archival Documents

Ivanov Sergei (2014) "The Chronology of the Renovationist «Revolution» in the Russian Church in May, 1922 according to New Archival Documents ", Vestnik Pravoslavnogo Sviato-Tikhonovskogo gumanitarnogo universiteta. Seriia II : Istoriia. Istoriia Russkoy Pravoslavnoy Tserkvi, 2014, Iss. 58, pp. 24-60 (in Russian).

DOI of the paper: 10.15382/sturII201458.24-60
The Chronology of the Renovationist «Revolution» in the Russian Church in May, 1922 according to New Archival Documents S.N. Ivanov The article covers the events of the beginning of the Renovationist schism in the Russian Orthodox Church, in particular —the attempt of the clergy’s group which has been loyal to the Soviet authorities to assume the higher power of the Church in May, 1922. The author supplemented the chronology of Renovationist schism with new archival documents which open the circumstances of negotiations between future dissenters and the members of an oversight body on the eve of meetings with Patriarch Tikhon at the Troitsk town residence in Moscow. Results of the research scientifi cally proved the assumption the Bolshevik authorities have used property. Earlier there was only the supposition of the church-historical researchers relying on the detected cost estimate of the withdrawal’s company of a Church property. For organizing the church division the Political bureau of Central Committee RKP (b) relied on the disagreements of clergy concerning the confi scation. The facts found out by the author clarifi ed the understanding of the true motives of loud statements about «the Famine Relief». The story of May events recreated in the article allows drawing more detailed conclusions about the decisions accepting by the Patriarch in the fi eld of the higher church management in this period. Reasonableness, compliance with the decrees of the Higher Church Management and the aspiration to benefi t the Church has distinguished the position of St. Patriarch Tikhon. the Moscow tribunal’s sentence upon 11 persons (including 8 priests) to be shot, for pressure, both on St. Patriarch Tikhon, and on the Revivalists with a view of the control over them. The author proves that the schism’s leaders, agitating voluntary for handing over divine service vessels to the Bolshevik commissions of Famine Relief, have received monetary compensation of state bodies for the “work” on the confi scation of Church
Russian Orthodox Church, Patriarch Tikhon, Renovation schism, Highest Church Administration, Trinity town church, Synodal offi ce, The state political Department, Seizure of a church property, Church revolution, Persecution against the Church

1. Akty Svjatejshego Tihona, Patriarha Moskovskogo i vseja Rossii, pozdnejshie dokumenty i perepiska o kanonicheskom preemstve vysshej cerkovnoj vlasti, 1917–1943 (Acts of His Holiness Tikhon, Patriarch of Moscow and All Russia, Latest Documents and Correspondence about Canonical Successivity of Highest Church Power, 1917–1943), M., 1994.
2. Arhivy Kremlja: Politbjuro i Cerkov'. 1922–1925 gg. (Archives of Kremlin: Politburo and Church. 1922–1925), M.; Novosibirsk., 1997–1998.
3. Ivanov S. N. (2011) “O prichinah peredachi sv. Patriarhom Tihonom kanceljarskih del gruppe svjashhennikov v mae 1922 g.” (About Reasons of Delivery by St. Patriarch Tikhon Office Cases to a Group of Priests in May 1922), in Vestnik PSTGU. Cerija II: Istorija. Istorija Russkoj Pravoslavnoj Cerkvi, 2011, vol. 3/40, pp. 17–35.
4. Kuznecov A. I. (2002) “Obnovlencheskij raskol v Russkoj Cerkvi” (Obnovlency Split in Russian Church), in «Obnovlencheskij» raskol (materialy dlja cerkovno-istoricheskoj i kanonicheskoj harakteristiki), M., 2002, p. 216.
5. Levitin-Krasnov A., Shavrov V. Ocherki po istorii russkoj cerkovnoj smuty (Essays on History of the Russian Church Distemper.), Moskva. Kűsnacht., Krutickoe patriarshee podvor'e, 1996.
6. Odincov M. I. (2000) “«Vidno ne ispili my do dna vsju chashu polozhennyh nam ispytanij». Pis'ma episkopa Jamburgskogo Aleksija (Simanskogo) mitropolitu Novgorodskomu Arseniju (Stadnickomu) 1921–1922 gg.” (“It Seems, We did not Drank the Cup of Fixed to Us Trials to the Dregs”. Letters of Bishop of Jamburg Alexij (Simanskij) to Metropolitan of Novgorod Arsenij (Stadnickij) of 1921–1922), in Istoricheskij arhiv, 2000, vol. 1. S. 77.
7. E. V. Ivanova (publ.). (2007) “Patriarh Tihon v 1920–1923 godah: Analiticheskaja zapiska iz Guverovskogo arhiva” (Patriarch Tikhon in 1920–1923: Analytic Notice from Archive of Guverov), in Zhurnal Moskovskoj Patriarhii, 2007, vol. 11, pp. 60–96.
8. (1922) “Peredacha vlasti patriarhom Tihonom” (Delivery of Power by Patriarch Tikhon), in Krasnaja gazeta, 1922, 20 maja, vol. 111, p. 3.
9. Petrov S. G. Dokumenty deloproizvodstva Politbjuro CK RKP(b) kak istochnik po istorii Russkoj Cerkvi (1921–1925 gg.) (Documents of Office Work of Politburo of Central Committee of RKP(b) as a Source for History of Russian Church (1921–1925)), M., 2004.

Ivanov Sergei, диакон

Shubkin Valeri

Militant atheism as the government policyduring the pre-war period in the Orenburg (Chkalov) region

Shubkin Valeri (2014) "Militant atheism as the government policyduring the pre-war period in the Orenburg (Chkalov) region ", Vestnik Pravoslavnogo Sviato-Tikhonovskogo gumanitarnogo universiteta. Seriia II : Istoriia. Istoriia Russkoy Pravoslavnoy Tserkvi, 2014, Iss. 58, pp. 61-81 (in Russian).

DOI of the paper: 10.15382/sturII201458.61-81
The article focuses on the anti-religious actions of the Soviet authority, its methods and forms in the Orenburg (Chkalov) region during the last fi ve years before the war. Ithighlights people’s lives reorganization according to the communist model, parish closing in the towns and in the country. It gives the facts about the violent destruction of the Orenburg eparchy church property, believer oppositiontothe Soviet authority in pursuit of their interests, repression againstchurchmen and laypeople that ended with the church organization destruction in the territory of Orenburg regionand the Orenburg eparchy liquidation as a structural unit of the Russian Orthodox Church. The article introducesbelievers’ secretchurch life in the religious persecution conditions.It examines conventuals’ life inclosed monasteries of the Orenburg eparchy in diff erent Orenburgcommunitiesand investigates the activityof the Militant Atheists Union (MAU) in the regional and local levels. The publication describes the activity carried out by the central authorities of the MAU, with the aim to enliven the anti-religious campaigningamong the population before the Second World War beginning. The regional Militant Atheists Union authority tried to cover the whole territory of the region with its local organizations, but this attempt failed fi nally. The authorshows the data of the Militant Atheists Union conferences and gives the examples of the anti-religious propaganda in diff erent work collectives and educational establishments. Finally the publicationhighlightsthe anti-religious agitation in the local and regional newspapers and explores themes of the anti-religious articles published in them over the last fi ve years before the war.
the Orenburg (Chkalov) region, the Orenburg (Chkalov) eparchy, the persecution against the Church, the newspaper «The Orenburg Commune», the newspaper «The Chkalov Commune», bishop Varlaam (Kozulya), the Militant Atheists Union (MAU), the anti-religious

1. Damaskin (Orlovskij) igumen. (2000) “Gonenija na Russkuju Pravoslavnuju cerkov' v Sovetskij period” (Persecutions against Russian Orthodox Church in Soviet Period), in Pravoslavnaja jenciklopedija. Russkaja Pravoslavnaja Cerkov', M., 2000, p. 186.
2. Fedorova A. V. (1999) “Russkaja Pravoslavnaja Cerkov' na Juzhnom Urale v 30–40-h gg. XX v.” (Russian Orthodox Church in South Ural in 1930–1940-s Years), in Russkaja nacija i russkaja ideja: istorija i sovremennost'. Materialy mezhregional'noj nauchno-prakticheskoj konferencii, Orenburg, 1999, vol. 1, p. 155.
3. Sudorgina T. V. Kolokola Orenburgskoj eparhii (Bells of Orenburg Diocese), Orenburg, 2001.
4. Potapova A. N. Religioznaja politika Sovetskogo Gosudarstva i ee osushhestvlenie na Juzhnom Urale v 1941–1958 gg. (Religious Politics of Soviet State and Its Realization in South Ural in 1941–1958), Orenburg, 2004.
5. Stremskij N., prot. Mucheniki i ispovedniki Orenburgskoj eparhii XX veka (Martyrers and Confessors of Orenburg Diocese of XX Century), Saraktash, 1998, vol. 1.
6. Stremskij N., prot. Mucheniki i ispovedniki Orenburgskoj eparhii XX veka (Martyrers and Confessors of Orenburg Diocese of XX Century), Orenburg, 1999, vol. 2.
7. Stremskij N., prot. Mucheniki i ispovedniki Orenburgskoj eparhii XX veka (Martyrers and Confessors of Orenburg Diocese of XX Century), Orenburg, 2000, vol. 3.
8. Pospelovskij D. V. Russkaja Pravoslavnaja Cerkov' v XX veke (Russian Orthodox Church in XX Century), M., 1995.
9. Beglov A. L. V poiskah «Bezgreshnyh katakomb». Cerkovnoe podpol'e v SSSR (In Search of “Innocent Catacombs”. Church Underground in USSR), M., 2008.
10. Mishuchkov A. A. (2013) “Duhovnaja lichnost' v sovremennosti: portret shiarhimandrita Serafima Tomina” (Spiritual Person in Modern Times: Portrait of Schearchimandrite Serafim Tomin), in Lichnost' v politicheskih, jekonomicheskih i kul'turnyh processah Rossijskoj istorii: Materialy XVII Vserossijskoj nauchno-teoriticheskoj konferencii, M.: RUDN, 2013, p. 456.
11. Valishina N. M. Istorija gonenij na Russkuju Pravoslavnuju Cerkov' v g. Orske Orenburgskoj eparhii v gody Sovetskoj vlasti v period s 1917 po 1964 g. Mashinopis' (History of Persecutions against Russian Orthodox Church in Orsk of Orenburg Diocese in Time of Soviet Power from 1917 till 1964. Typescript), M., 2012, p. 60.
12. Shkarovskij M. V. Russkaja Pravoslavnaja Cerkov' pri Staline i Hrushheve (Russian Orthodox Church by Stalin and Khrushchev), M., 2005.
13. Kurnikov M. V. (2005) “Dejatel'nost' sojuza voinstvujushhih bezbozhnikov v Orenburgskoj oblasti nakanune Velikoj Otechestvennoj vojny” (Activity of Union of Militant Atheists in Orenburg Region on the Eve of Great Patriotic War), in Orenburzh'e v gody Velikoj Otechestvennoj vojny. Materialy nauchno-prakticheskoj konferencii, posvjashhennoj 60-letiju Pobedy v Velikoj Otechestvennoj vojne, Orenburg, 2005, vol. 3, p. 43.
14. Potapova A. I. (2005) “Dejatel'nost' sojuza voinstvujushhih bezbozhnikov na Juzhnom Urale nakanune i v gody Velikoj Otechestvennoj vojny” (Activity of Union of Militant Atheists in South Ural on the Eve and in Time of Great Patriotic War), in Juzhnyj Ural v gody Velikoj Otechestvennoj vojny. Materialy regional'noj nauchnoj konferencii, posvjashhennoj 60-letiju Pobedy v Velikoj Otechestvennoj vojne, Orenburg, 2005, p. 179.
15. Hisamutdinova R. R. (1998) “Antireligioznaja propaganda sredi naselenija nakanune Velikoj Otechestvennoj vojny” (Antireligious Propaganda among People on the Eve of Great Patriotic War), in Hristianstvo i islam na rubezhe vekov. Materialy Vserossijskoj nauchno-prakticheskoj konferencii, Orenburg, 1998, p. 198.
16. Zhiromskaja V. B. Demograficheskaja istorija Rossii v 1930-e gody. Vzgljad v neizvestnost' (Demographic History of Russia in 1930-s Years. View to Uncertainty), M., 2001.

Shubkin Valeri

Nun Evfrosiniia (Sedova G.)

The archpastoral Ministry of Metropolitan Veniamin (Fedchenkov) in Latvia in 1948–1951 years

Sedova Galina, Prosvetov Rostislav, (2014) "The archpastoral Ministry of Metropolitan Veniamin (Fedchenkov) in Latvia in 1948–1951 years ", Vestnik Pravoslavnogo Sviato-Tikhonovskogo gumanitarnogo universiteta. Seriia II : Istoriia. Istoriia Russkoy Pravoslavnoy Tserkvi, 2014, Iss. 58, pp. 82-105 (in Russian).

DOI of the paper: 10.15382/sturII201458.82-105
In this article there are main stages of the archpastoral Ministry and practice of Metropolitan Veniamin (Fedchenkov) in the Latvian SSR after his return home from the USA in 1948. Metropolitan Veniamin consistently built the relationships with two commissioners of the Council for Russian Orthodox Church Aff airs under the Council People Commissars of the USSR during his administration of the Riga diocese from 1948 to 1951. The authors draw on a wide range of archival sources and show that Metropolitan Veniamin was a law-abiding, but his main concern was the preservation of the internal Church autonomy in the conditions of harsh Soviet pressure and establishment of a constructive interaction with the state. In the article special attention is given to the situation of Latvian parishes, as well as Archpastor’s thoughts about the future of the Orthodox Church in Latvia and his actions for the strengthening of Orthodoxy among Latvians in the period of his administration of the Riga diocese.
the Latvian Orthodox Church, Church-state relation, the Soviet regime in Latvia in 1948-1951, metropolitan Benjamin (Fedchenkov), the Aff airs' Council of the Russian Orthodox Church, the struggle for peace.

1. Veniamin (Fedchenkov), mitr. (1997) “O konce mira [Pis'ma svjashh. Aleksandru v Parizh]” (About the End of the World [Letters to Priest Alexander in Paris]), in Al'fa i Omega. Uchenye zapiski Obshhestva dlja rasprostranenija Svjashhennogo Pisanija v Rossii, 1997, vol 1/12, pp. 196–212.
2. Golikov A., svjashh., Fomin S. Krov'ju ubelennye. Mucheniki i ispovedniki Severo-Zapada Rossii i Pribaltiki (1940–1955): Martirolog pravoslavnyh svjashhennosluzhitelej Latvii, repressirovannyh v 1940–1952 gg. (Whitened by Blood. Martyrs and Confessors of North-West of Russia and Baltic Lands (1940–1955): Martyrologion of Orthodox Clergy of Latvia, Repressed in 1940–1952), M., 1999.
3. Oboznyj K. P. Istorija Pskovskoj Pravoslavnoj Missii. 1941–1944 (History of Pskov Orthodox Mission), M., 2008.
4. Onishhenko A. B. (2011) “O roli i znachenii Soveta po delam Russkoj Pravoslavnoj Cerkvi v 1943–1953 godah” (About Role and Meaning of Council for Cases of Russian Orthodox Church in 1943–1953), in Cerkov' i vremja, 2011, vol. 55, Aprel'–ijun', p. 144.
5. «Razrabotku Luki prodolzhaem…»: Svjatitel' Luka (Vojno-Jaseneckij) i Krymskaja eparhija. 1946–1961 (We Continue to Elaborating of Luke: St. Luka (Vojno-Jaseneckij) and Crimean Diocese. 1946–1961), M., 2011.
6. Silin N. N. Zhizn' i dejatel'nost' mitropolita Veniamina (Fedchenkova) v 1948–1961 gg. v kontekste cerkovno-gosudarstvennyh otnoshenij. Dis. … kand. bogosl. (Life and Activity of Metropolitan Veniamin (Fedchenkov) in 1948–1961 in Context of Church-State Relations. Dissertation), Sergiev posad, 2010.
7. Shkarovskij M. V., Solov'ev I., svjashh. Cerkov' protiv bol'shevizma (Church against Bolshevizm), M., 2013.
8. Shkarovskij M. V. Russkaja Pravoslavnaja Cerkov' pri Staline i Hrushheve (Russian orthodox Church by Stalin and Khrushchev), M., 1999.

Nun Evfrosiniia (Sedova G.)

PUBLICATIONS

Semenenko-Basin Il'ia

Archimandrite Tikhon (Bellavin) and hieromonk Antonin (Granovsky) in 1897

Semenenko-Basin Il'ia (2014) "Archimandrite Tikhon (Bellavin) and hieromonk Antonin (Granovsky) in 1897 ", Vestnik Pravoslavnogo Sviato-Tikhonovskogo gumanitarnogo universiteta. Seriia II : Istoriia. Istoriia Russkoy Pravoslavnoy Tserkvi, 2014, Iss. 58, pp. 109-113 (in Russian).

DOI of the paper: 10.15382/sturII201458.109-113
The letter of archimandrite Tickhon (Bellavin), who later became Patriarch of Moscow and All Russia, in support of bible scholar hieromonk Antonin (Granovsky), appears for the fi rst time. Bible scholar Antonin was Tikhon’s employee at the Kholmskaya Spiritual Seminary; later they were separated by the Church dissent of 1920s.This article is based on documents regarding the case of publication of the Antonin’s academic monography «The book of Baruch», which is now housed in the Russian State Archive of Ancient Acts, f. 1184. Thanks to this publication case we know that in the hour of need the book-wise hieromonk Antonin got a helping hand from his rector archimandrite Tikhon. The meaning of this source is also claryfi ed in the context of pre-revolutionary Bible studies history and in connection with the history of dissents in the Russian Church in 1920s.

Semenenko-Basin Il'ia

Il'iashenko Nikolai

Hierarchs of the Russion Orthodox Church on the Eve of "Great Terror". The List of Hierarchs from the Investigation Case of Metropolitan Seraphim (Alexandrov), 1937.

Il'iashenko Nikolai (2014) "Hierarchs of the Russion Orthodox Church on the Eve of "Great Terror". The List of Hierarchs from the Investigation Case of Metropolitan Seraphim (Alexandrov), 1937. ", Vestnik Pravoslavnogo Sviato-Tikhonovskogo gumanitarnogo universiteta. Seriia II : Istoriia. Istoriia Russkoy Pravoslavnoy Tserkvi, 2014, Iss. 58, pp. 114-146 (in Russian).

DOI of the paper: 10.15382/sturII201458.114-146
This article comments on the important source of information on the history of Russian hierarchy which is the list of bishops. This list belonged to Metropolitan Seraphim (Alexandrov) and is now stored in the Archives of the National Security Committee of the Republic of Kazakhstan in Akmola region in the investigation fi le of Metropolitan Seraphim. The list was composed in 1933-1934, and off ers the following characteristics of bishops : the date of birth and ordination , the rank, the academic degree, whether abroad, in offi ce or retired . The last parameter denoted those who did not actually rule the diocese. The work of keeping records on the changes in life of the Russian episcopate was conducted systematically; the list is remarkably full. The introductory article analyzes the principles of formation and changes in the list of the episcopate which took place under the change of the supreme ecclesiastical authority. It also compares the data of the list with the published documents of the Moscow Patriarchate of 1934. Thus we come to the following conclusions: bishops Renovationists, Gregorians and those ordained abroad are not found in the list with few exceptions. It is explained by the ignorance of the compiler. The fi rst and the second were not recognized as bishops of the Russian Church, and they didn’t have actual data on those abroad because of the diffi culties in dealing with foreign countries. Nonetheless, the list contains the hierarchy who were opposed to Metropolitan Sergius which means that de facto they were considered fullfl edged gracious bishops in spite of being reprimanded for “separating”. Mass ordinations allowed to hold back the decline of the episcopate for a while. The soviet authorities prevented the bishops from ruling their dioceses even under the compromise policy of Metropolitan Sergius ( Stragorodsky ) during the second period of his episcopacy. At this time much fewer bishops were ordained, and the new bishops were characterised as being in agreement with the Locum Tenens. The authorities still harassed them but less than the rest. The article also notes that after the Revolution of 1917–1918 there was a tendency to ease the requirements to the candidates for the episcopacy: the level of education was deteriorating.
Russian Orthodox Church, Moscow Patriarchate, episcopacy, church schisms, repressions, church records management, Metropolitan Sergius (Stragorodsky) Metropolitan Seraphim (Alexandrov)

Il'iashenko Nikolai

BOOK REVIEWS

Matison Andrei

From history of provincial clergy: notes of the priest — Rev. of V. F. Vladislavlev. Anthology. Authors: D.A. Begovatov, T.G. Leontieva. Tver: SFK-offi ce, 2012

Matison Andrei (2014) "From history of provincial clergy: notes of the priest". Rev. of V. F. Vladislavlev. Anthology. Authors: D.A. Begovatov, T.G. Leontieva. Tver: SFK-offi ce, 2012, Vestnik Pravoslavnogo Sviato-Tikhonovskogo gumanitarnogo universiteta. Seriia II : Istoriia. Istoriia Russkoy Pravoslavnoy Tserkvi, 2014, Iss. 58, pp. 149-152 (in Russian).

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Matison Andrei

CHRONICLE

Saint Tikhon's Orthodox University of Humanities. XXIII Annual international theological conference. Section "The Actual Problems of the History of the Russian Orthodox Church in XX century”

(2014) "Saint Tikhon's Orthodox University of Humanities. XXIII Annual international theological conference. Section "The Actual Problems of the History of the Russian Orthodox Church in XX century” ", Vestnik Pravoslavnogo Sviato-Tikhonovskogo gumanitarnogo universiteta. Seriia II : Istoriia. Istoriia Russkoy Pravoslavnoy Tserkvi, 2014, Iss. 58, pp. 155-157 (in Russian).

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