From Peasant to Patriarch: Account of the Birth, Upbringing, and Life of His Holiness Nikon, Patriarch of Moscow and All Russia download epub
by Ioann Shusherin,Kevin Kain,Katia Levintova
From Peasant to Patriarch book. Written by Ioann Nikon (1605-1681), patriarch of Moscow and all Russia, is best known for imposing the religious reforms that ultimately led to the schism of the Russian Orthodox Church.
From Peasant to Patriarch book.
of Moscow and All Russiawritten by Ioann Shusherin ; transl.
and annotated by Kevin Kain and Katia Levintova: Download PDF book format. Personal Name: Nikon, Moskau, Patriarch 1605-1681 gnd. Corporate Name
Published November 28, 2007 by Lexington Books.
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Nikon, Patriarch of Moscow and of Russia, 1605-1681. Russkaèeiáia pravoslavnaèeiáia èetáiserkov - Bishops - Biography. Orthodox Eastern Church - Russia - Bishops - Biography.
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His Holiness the Patriarch. Patriarch Kirill of Moscow and All Russia
His Holiness the Patriarch. Patriarch Kirill of Moscow and All Russia. as chairman of the Moscow Patriarchate department for external church relations. On April 3, 1969, Metropolitan Nikodim (Rotov) of Leningrad and Novgorod tonsured him with the name of Kirill and on April 7 ordained him as hierodeacon and on June 1 as hieromonk. From 1970 to 1971 Father Kirill taught Dogmatic Theology and acted as rector’s assistant for students’ affairs at the Leningrad Theological Schools and at the same time worked as personal secretary to Metropolitan Nikodim and supervising instructor of the first-grade seminarians.
Category: Biographies & Memoris
Publisher: Lexington Books (April 26, 2007)
Pages: 214 pages