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Мельникова И. Е., Олевская В. В. Из истории пребывания епископа Кириона (Садзаглишвили) на покое в период 1908–1910 гг. // Вестник ПСТГУ. Серия II: История. История Русской Православной Церкви. 2011. Вып. 6 (43). С. 50-57.
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Bishop Kirion (Sadzaglishvili), the murder of the Exarch of Georgia, Archbishop Nikon (Sofia), the Autocephalous Georgian Church, the Exarch of Georgia Vladimir Bogoyavlensky, Chairman of the Belgian League for the rights of man and citizen, George Laure
Mel'nikova Iia
Olevskaia Vera
Мельникова И. Е. К истории взаимоотношений Католикоса-Патриарха всея Грузии Каллистрата (Цинцадзе) с Председателем Совета по делам Русской Православной Церкви Г. Г. Карповым в 1944–1947 гг // Вестник ПСТГУ. Серия II: История. История Русской Православной Церкви. 2016. Вып. 3 (70). С. 69-76. DOI: 10.15382/sturII201670.69-76
The article is dedicated to the problems of the relations of Catholicos-Patriarch Callistrat (Tsintsadze) with Chairman the of Russian Orthodox Church Aff airs Council at the USSR Council of Ministers G.G. Karpov after reconstruction of Eucharistic communication between Russian Orthodox Church and Georgian Orthodox Church. There is the information about Catholicos Callistrat, who offered to change the character of control of the Church of Georgia by the Council for Russian Orthodox Church. In 1946 he also resorted to patronage of Chairman of Council of Ministers of the USSR I. V. Stalin and his deputy L.P. Beria. This proceeding was fi nished by establishment of branch of controlling church organ in Georgia and in 1947 his Head was named Commissioner for affairs of Church of Georgia at the Council of Ministers of the Georgian SSR.
Georgian Orthodox Church, Patriarch Callistrat, Council for aff airs of Russian Church, Metropolitan Anthony (Romanovsky).

1. Vardzhanidze S. Katolikos-Patriarh vseja Gruzii Kallistrat (1932–1952 gg.) (Catholicos-Patriarch of all Georgia Kallistrat (1932–1952)). Tbilisi, 2009.
2. 2006 “Gruzinskaja Pravoslavnaja Cerkov'“ (Orthodox Church of Georgia), in Pravoslavnaja Jenciklopedija, Moscow, 2006, vol. 13, pp. 191–321.
3. Mel'nikova I. E. 2011 “K istorii vosstanovlenija evharisticheskogo obshhenija Russkoj i Gruzinskoj Cerkvej v pervoj polovine XX v.” (To History of Restoration of Eucharistic Communion between Russian and Georgian Churches in First Half of XX Cent.), in Materialy XXI Ezhegodnoj Bogoslovskoj konferencii, Moscow, 2011, vol. 2, pp. 60–68.
4. Mel'nikova I. 2013 “Cerkovnaja situacija v Gruzinskom Jekzarhate nakanune obsuzhdenija na Predsobornom Prisutstvii 1906 g. voprosa o Gruzinskoj Cerkvi” (Church Situation in Georgian Exarchate before Discussion on the Predsobornoje Prisutsuvije of 1906 of the Question of Georgian Church), in Materialy XXIII Ezhegodnoj Bogoslovskoj konferencii, Moscow, 2013, pp. 163–172.
5. Shhelkachev A., priest. 2013 “Otdel'nye voprosy diskussii na Predsobornom Prisutstvii o vosstanovlenii avtokefalii Gruzinskoj Cerkvi” (Some Questions of Discussion on Predsobornoje Prisutsuvije) about Restoration of the Autocephaly of Georgian Church), in Materialy XXIII Ezhegodnoj Bogoslovskoj konferencii, Moscow, 2013, pp. 93–102.
Потанина Л. Т., Мельников Т. Н., Кузнецова Г. Д. Развитие ценностно-смысловой сферы личности средствами социально-ролевых форм групповой деятельности // Вестник ПСТГУ. Серия IV: Педагогика. Психология. 2016. Вып. 4 (43). С. 24-31. DOI: 10.15382/sturIV201643.24-31
This article provides a description of the empirical studies on the impact of social and group activities on the development of value-semantic sphere of the personality of pupils of different age groups. Value-semantic sphere of the individual student is viewed from the position of one of its essential components — moral sphere. The development of value-semantic sphere of personality is studied from the position of formation of the student semantic structures, including the nature of the interaction with the world at the level of behavior. As criteria of value-semantic sphere of personality examines the ways of meaning refl ections of a student of the world, the involvement of the student in the event of life and a wide range of significant objects and phenomena of the surrounding world. Detailed description received pedagogical possibilities of the proposed methods of their conduct. Presents the results of empirical studies on the levels of development of moral sphere of the personality of the student, confirmed the effectiveness of the impact of social and group activities on the development of the moral qualities of the personality in educational process of elementary, middle, and high school.
value-semantic sphere of the personality, moral sphere of the personality, involvement in the events of life, social role forms of group activity, the involvement in a life situation, a wide range of important facilities

1. Kontseptsiia dukhovno-nravstvennogo razvitiia i vospitaniia lichnosti grazhdanina Rossii / A. Ia. Daniliuk, A. M. Kondakov, V. A. Tishkov, sost. Moscow, 2009.
2. Potanina L. T. Obrazno-simvolicheskoe myshlenie kak sredstvo razvitiia tsennostno-smyslovoi sfery lichnosti shkol'nika: Avtoref. dis. ... d-r psikhol. nauk. Moscow, 2015.
3. Shchurkova N. E. Klassnoe rukovodstvo: Igrovye metodiki. Moscow, 2008.
4. Shchurkova N. E. Sobran'e pestrykh del: Metodicheskii material dlia shkol'nogo pedagoga. Vladimir, 1993.
Potanina Leila
Mel'nikov Timur
Kuznetsova Galina
Мельникова С. В. Камчатка в судьбе иркутского протоиерея П. В. Громова (1801–1880) и его научном и мемуарном наследии // Вестник ПСТГУ. Серия II: История. История Русской Православной Церкви. 2019. Вып. 87. С. 11-22. DOI: 10.15382/sturII201987.11-22
This article is devoted to archpriest Prokopy Vasilyevich Gromov from Irkutsk, the church historian and spiritual writer, the author of the fi rst general works on the history of Orthodoxy in the east of the Russian Empire. Gromov’s personality and scientifi c activity aroused steady interest among Siberian historians and experts in local history. However, a bibliography of his works and their study is not completed. In particular, a complex of works related to the topic of Kamchatka needs a systematic description. This article gives a bibliographic review and a brief analysis of these works. It provides data about their evaluation by the contemporaries (censors, reviewers) and looks at the attitude to them in current historiography of the region. The conclusion is that the specifi city of Gromov’s historical narrative is due to a combination of historical and memoiristic discourses, while the recurrent theme of works on Kamchatka is a narrative about St. Innokenty. Archpriest Gromov’s works are particularly signifi cant from historical and spiritual points of view because this narartive is based on his personal experiences. The article mainly draws on materials of East-Siberian periodicals and regional archives.
Kamchatka, archpriest P. V. Gromov, St. Innokenty (Veniaminov), studies in church history, memoirs, spiritual writers
  1. Akulich O., Kriuchkova T., Polunina N. (eds.) (2008) “Vo imia Spasa Nerukotvornogo Obraza: Dokumental’noe povestvovanie o zhizni pervogo kamennogo khrama goroda Irkutska. 1706–2006” [“In the Name of the Saviour of the Image Not Made by Hand: Documentary Narrative on the Life of the First Stone Church of the City of Irkutsk. 1706‒2006]. Irkutsk, pp. 324–335 (in Russian).
  2. Isaev A. (2011) “Prokopii Vasil’evich Gromov: 200 let so dnia rozhdeniia” [P. V. Gromov: 200th Anniversary]. Priangar’e: gody, sobytiia, liudi: Kalendar’ znamenatel’nykh i pamiatnykh dat Irkutskoi oblasti na 2002 g. Vol. 34, Irkutsk, pp. 129–135 (in Russian).
  3. Kostanov A. (2007) Dokumental’naia istoriia Sibiri. XVII — seredina XIX v.: Istorikoarkhivovedcheskoe issledovanie [Documentary History of Siberia. 17th — Mid-19th Centuries: Historical and Archival Study]. Vladivostok (in Russian).
  4. Kulikauskene N. (2012) “«Chest’ i khvala Irkutskogo dukhovenstva»: protoierei Prokopii Vasil’evich Gromov” [“Honour and Glory of Irkutsk Clergy”: Archpriest P.V. Gromov], in Kulikauskene N. Proshloe — budushchemu [From the Past to the Future]. Irkutsk, pp. 144–170 (in Russian).
  5. Kuskov V. (1970) “Kraeved Prokopii Gromov” [Expert in Local History P. Gromov]. Kraevedcheskie zapiski. Vol. 2, Petropavlovsk-Kamchatskii, pp. 124–133 (in Russian).
  6. Mel’nikova S., Kriuchkova T., Vorob’eva E., Sukhanova N., Shilov D. (eds.) (2016) Pravoslavnye dukhovnye pisateli Vostochnoi Sibiri XVIII — nachala XX veka: Materialy k biobibliografi cheskomu slovariu [Orthodox Spiritual Writers of East Siberia of the 18th — Early 20th Centuries: Materials for a Bio- and Bibliographic Dictionary]. Irkutsk (in Russian).
  7. Shinkareva A. (2009) Ocherki istorii izdatel’skogo dela i pechati Irkutska (1785–1920) [Essays in the History of Publishing and Printing in Irkutsk (1785‒1920)]. Irkutsk (in Russian).
Melnikova Sofya
Academic Degree: Candidate of Sciences* in Philology;
Academic Rank: Associate Professor;
Place of work: Irkutsk State University; 1 Karla Marksa Str., 664003, Irkutsk, Russian Federation;
Post: associate professor;
ORCID: 0000-0002-2106-5730;
Email: memuaristika@yandex.ru. *According to the International Standard Classification of Education (ISCED) 2011, the degree of Candidate of Sciences (Cand.Sc.) belongs to ISCED level 8 — "doctoral or equivalent", together with PhD, DPhil, D.Lit, D.Sc, LL.D, Doctorate or similar.
Article is prepared with financial support of the Russian Federal Property Fund. The project No. 16-04-00434 "Orthodox Spiritual Writers of Eastern Siberia XIX – the beginnings of the 20th centuries. Biobibliographic Dictionary".
Мельник С. В. Периодизация истории межрелигиозного диалога на современном этапе // Вестник ПСТГУ. Серия I: Богословие. Философия. Религиоведение. 2021. Вып. 96. С. 95-118. DOI: 10.15382/sturI202196.95-118
Interreligious dialogue at the modern stage is understood as a positive, constructive interaction between followers of diff erent religions, which is carried out on a regular basis. The beginning of the modern stage of interreligious dialogue is the World Parliament of Religions of 1893 in Chicago. The Second World War had a great impact on humanity in various aspects, including the fact that its end can be associated with the beginning of another period of interreligious dialogue. A great impetus to the development of interreligious dialogue was given by the Second Vatican Council and the adoption of the declaration Nostra aetate of 1965, dedicated to the attitude towards non-Christian religions. During this period, interreligious dialogue develops within the framework of two main thematic areas. The fi rst of them, which was emphasised by the Catholic Church, was to understand dialogue as a mutual study of diff erent religions, comparing their ideas and religious experience. The second direction was a dialogue with the aim of peacemaking, confl ict resolution and strengthening social harmony. Special attention is paid to the interreligious dialogue in the USSR, which can be attributed to the second of these areas. In recent decades, interreligious dialogue has been actively developing, which is expressed in the cooperation of believers not only in strengthening peace, but in various spheres, e.g. humanitarian, social, educational, environmental. The main factors contributing to the development of interreligious dialogue in each of these periods are identifi ed in the article. For example, among the factors of the last period of interreligious dialogue, which began after the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, the author highlights the following: the problem of the spread of terrorism under religious slogans, the discourse of a “clash of civilisations”, the increasing interdependence and interconnection of the modern world, post-secularism.
interreligious dialogue, history, interreligious relations, factors, World Parliament of Religions, Catholicism, Second Vatican Council, globalisation, terrorism
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Melnik Sergey
Academic Degree: Candidate of Sciences* in Philosophy;
Place of work: Institute of Scientific Information for Social Sciences of the Russian Academy of Science (ISISS RAS); 1/21 Nakhimovsky Prospekt, 117418 Moscow, Russian Federation; Bolgar Islamic Academy; 1a st. Kul Gali, 422840, Republic of Tatarstan, Bolgar, Russian Federation;
Post: researcher;
ORCID: 0000-0002-1491-7624;
Email: melnik.s.vl@yandex.ru. *According to the International Standard Classification of Education (ISCED) 2011, the degree of Candidate of Sciences (Cand.Sc.) belongs to ISCED level 8 — "doctoral or equivalent", together with PhD, DPhil, D.Lit, D.Sc, LL.D, Doctorate or similar.
The author expresses his gratitude to the "United Religions" (https://unitedreligions.org/).