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

St. Tikhon’s University Review II :3 (52)

ARTICLES

Kopylova Elena

The St. Petersburg department’s activity of the Moscow society for religious education directed on acquainting the western christians with orthodoxy (1871–1880)

Kopylova Elena (2013) "The St. Petersburg department’s activity of the Moscow society for religious education directed on acquainting the western christians with orthodoxy (1871–1880) ", Vestnik Pravoslavnogo Sviato-Tikhonovskogo gumanitarnogo universiteta. Seriia II : Istoriia. Istoriia Russkoy Pravoslavnoy Tserkvi, 2013, Iss. 52, pp. 7-16 (in Russian).

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The article concerns the activity of the St. Petersburg Department of the Moscow Society for Religious education, targeted to give the western Christians the knowledge about the affairs’ state of the Eastern Church. The author identifies the literature published and translated by Russian theologians and members of clergy for western Christians from 1871 to 1880. She describes the work’s methods of the Department. The response of western theologians was the publication of works about the Eastern Church. Members of the St. Petersburg Department managed to fulfill designated tasks despite the short period of activity. They illuminated as much as possible the state of the contemporary Church, a church history and theology and assisted western and east Christians in the dialog’s development.
Saint-Petersburg Department of Moscow Society for religious education, Russian Orthodox Church, oldcatholics
1. Cerkovno-obshhestvennyj vestnik. 1877. no. 1, p. 5.
2. Cerkovnyj vestnik. 1878. no. 1, p. 3.
3. Cerkovnyj vestnik. 1879. no. 12-13, p. 3.
4. Chtenija v obshhestve ljubitelej duhovnogoprosveshhenija. 1872. no. 8, pp. 139-141.
5. Chtenija v obshhestve ljubitelej duhovnogo prosveshhenija. 1880. no. 1, p. 21.
6. Izvlechenija iz vsepoddannejshego otcheta ober-prokurora Sv. Sinoda grafa D. A. Tolstogo po vedomstvu pravoslavnogo ispovedanja za [1870—1879] gg.
7. Hristianskoe chtenie, 1871. no. 11, pp. 775-776, 781, 796
8. Moskovskie eparhial'nye vedomosti. 1869, no. 34, p. 3. 15 Исследования
9. Moskovskie eparhial'nye vedomosti. 1869, no. 35, p. 5.
10. Moskovskie eparhial'nye vedomosti. 1873, no. 40, p. 372.
11. Moskovskie eparhial'nye vedomosti. 1874, no. 3, p. 23.
12. Moskovskie eparhial'nye vedomosti. 1875, no. 3, pp. 28-29.



Kopylova Elena

Zimina Nina

Semi-renovationism in the Russia Orthodox Church in the middle of 1920-s.: toward the question about the church policy’s estimate of bishop Irenaeus (Shulgin) of Elabuga and bishop Alexiy (Kuznetsov) of Sarapulsk

Zimina Nina (2013) "Semi-renovationism in the Russia Orthodox Church in the middle of 1920-s.: toward the question about the church policy’s estimate of bishop Irenaeus (Shulgin) of Elabuga and bishop Alexiy (Kuznetsov) of Sarapulsk ", Vestnik Pravoslavnogo Sviato-Tikhonovskogo gumanitarnogo universiteta. Seriia II : Istoriia. Istoriia Russkoy Pravoslavnoy Tserkvi, 2013, Iss. 52, pp. 17-41 (in Russian).

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The article concerns the activity of the St. Petersburg Department of the Moscow Society for Religious education, targeted to give the western Christians the knowledge about the affairs’ state of the Eastern Church. The author identifies the literature published and translated by Russian theologians and members of clergy for western Christians from 1871 to 1880. She describes the work’s methods of the Department. The response of western theologians was the publication of works about the Eastern Church. Members of the St. Petersburg Department managed to fulfill designated tasks despite the short period of activity. They illuminated as much as possible the state of the contemporary Church, a church history and theology and assisted western and east Christians in the dialog’s development.
Renovated dissident, SemiRenovationism, Bishop Irenaeus (Shulgin), Bishop Alexiy (Kuznetsov), the orthodox autocephality of Ufa, the orthodox autocephality of Nizniy Tagol, Menzelinskoe suffragancy
1. Tsypin V. Istorija Russkoj Tserkvi. 1917—1997 (The History of the Russian Orthodox Church. 1917-1997). Moscow, 1997.
2. Shkarovskij M. V. Peterburgskaja eparhja v godygonenij i utrat, 1917—1995 (The St. Petersburg diocese During the Years of Persecution and Bereavement, 1917-1995). St. Petersburg, 1995.
3. Zimina N. P. 2007. Vestnik PSTGU: II, no 3 (24), pp. 79-117.
4. Zimina N. P. 2012. Gosudarstvo, obshhestvo, tserkov' v istorii Rossii XX veka: materialy XI Mezhdunarodnoj nauchnoj konferencii (State, society and Church in the History of Russia in XX c.: the Materials of XI International scientific conference). Ivanovo, 2012. In 2 v. no 2, pp. 48-55.
5. Zimina N. P. 2012. Materialy XXII ezhegodnoj bogoslovskoj konferencii PSTGU (Materials of the XXII Annual Theological Conference of PSTGU). Moscow, 2012. Pp. 173-185.
6. Manuil (Lemeshevskij V. V.). Russkie pravoslavnye ierarhi perioda s 1893 po 1965 gody (vkljuchitel'no) (Russian Orthodox Hierarches of the Period from 1893 to 1965 (inclusively)). In 6 v. Erlangen, 1979-1989. Vol. 1, 4.
7. Gubonin M. E. Akty Svjatejshego Patriarha Tihona ipozdnejshie dokumenty o preemstve vysshej cerkovnoj vlasti. 1917—1943 (The Acts of His Holiness the Patriarch Moscow and all Russia Tikhon, the Latest Documents and Correspondence About the Canonical Succession of a Higher Church Power, 1917-1943). Moscow. 1994.
8. Gubonin M. E., Grjunberg P. N., Gajda F. A., Grjunberg E. N., Kirpichev I. P., Krivosheeva N. A. Istorija ierarhii Russkoj Pravoslavnoj Cerkvi. Kommentirovannye spiski ierarhov po episkopskim kafedram s 862 g. (History of hierarchy of Russian Orthodox Church. Commented lists of hierarches on episcopal cathedra since 862 year). Moscow, 2006.
9. Zimina N. P. 2011. Pravoslavnaja enciklopedja (The Orthodox Encyclopaedia). Moscow, 2011. Vol. 26, pp. 478-482.
10. Lavrinov V. Ekaterinburgskaja eparhja. Sobytja. Ljudi. Hramy (The Ekaterinburg Diocese. Events. People. Temples). Yekaterinburg, 2001.
11. Kozhevnikov I. E. 2011. Dajdzhest Bogoslov.ru, issue 3, pp. 51-62.
12. Shumilov E. F. 2009. Pravoslavnaja enciklopedja (The Orthodox Encyclopaedia). Moscow, 2009. Vol. 21, pp. 524-525.
13. Shumilov E. F. Pravoslavnaja Udmurtja: Istorja Izhevskoj i Udmurtskoj eparhii. XX vek (Orthodox Udmurtiya: the History of the Izhevsk and Udmurt diocese. The XX-th century). Izhevsk, 1996.
14. Zimina N. P. 2010. Pravoslavnaja enciklopedja (The Orthodox Encyclopaedia). Moscow, 2010. Vol. 23, pp. 435-438.
Kostriukov Andrei

Towards the question about the canonization of the tsar Nikolas’s II family in the Russian Orthodox Church abroad

Kostriukov Andrei (2013) "Towards the question about the canonization of the tsar Nikolas’s II family in the Russian Orthodox Church abroad ", Vestnik Pravoslavnogo Sviato-Tikhonovskogo gumanitarnogo universiteta. Seriia II : Istoriia. Istoriia Russkoy Pravoslavnoy Tserkvi, 2013, Iss. 52, pp. 42-51 (in Russian).

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The article concerns the activity of the St. Petersburg Department of the Moscow Society for Religious education, targeted to give the western Christians the knowledge about the affairs’ state of the Eastern Church. The author identifies the literature published and translated by Russian theologians and members of clergy for western Christians from 1871 to 1880. She describes the work’s methods of the Department. The response of western theologians was the publication of works about the Eastern Church. Members of the St. Petersburg Department managed to fulfill designated tasks despite the short period of activity. They illuminated as much as possible the state of the contemporary Church, a church history and theology and assisted western and east Christians in the dialog’s development.
Russian Orthodox Church Abroad, emperor Nikolay II, new martyrs of Russia, metropolitan Antony (Khrapovitsky), metropolitan Anastas (Gribanovsky)
1. Semenenko-Basin. I.V. 2009. Religiovedenie, no. 3, pp. 28-38.
2. Mark, arhiep. 1997. Rus' pravoslavnaya, no. 5, p. 8.
3. Evfimiy (Logvinov), ierom. 2005. XV Ezhegodnaya bogoslovskaya konferentsia PSTGU, pp. 305-311.
4. Kosik V.I. Russkaya Tserkov' v Yugoslavii (20-40-e gg. XX veka). (The Russian Church in Yugoslavia (1920-1940 yy.). Moscow. 2000.
5. Bogdanova T. A. N. N. Glubokovskiy. Sud'ba hristianskogo uchenogo. (N.N. Glubokovskiy. The Destiny of a Christian scholar). St. Petersburg. 2010.
6. Svjatitel' Ioann (Maximovich) i Russkaya Zarubezhnaya Tserkov (St. Ioann (Maximovich) and the Russian Orthodox Church). New-York. 1996.








Kostriukov Andrei

Hegumen Agafangel (Daineko A.)

«Thanks for remembrance about me»: letters of sainted hierarch Luke (Voyno-Ysenetsky) to priest Martin Rimsha the publication of hegumen Agathangelus (Dayneko)

Daineko Andrei (2013) "«Thanks for remembrance about me»: letters of sainted hierarch Luke (Voyno-Ysenetsky) to priest Martin Rimsha the publication of hegumen Agathangelus (Dayneko) ", Vestnik Pravoslavnogo Sviato-Tikhonovskogo gumanitarnogo universiteta. Seriia II : Istoriia. Istoriia Russkoy Pravoslavnoy Tserkvi, 2013, Iss. 52, pp. 52-61 (in Russian).

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The author brings to a scientific attention two unknown letters of bishop Luke (Voyno-Jasenetsky). The letters add remarkable characteristic traits to the image of the Sainted Hierarch and some new facts to known episodes of his biography. Letters covers the Tashkent period of bishop Luke’s life: the first letter was written on March, 10th, 1928 and the second letter — on July, 20th, 1929. To priest Martin Rimsha was addressed both letters. Sometimes this name appears in the literature about the Turuhansk period of the exile of Holy hierarch, however the addressee’s person is of interest, therefore the publication’s author represents his biographic data that have been restored according to archival documents. They are published for the first time. In the introduction the author describes the addressee’s biography, priest Martin Rimsha, and reports about his activity in the Turuhansky edge where remarkable church figures were in exile
St. Luca (Voino-Yasenetsky), Turukhansk, Holy Trinity Turukhansk monastery, priest Martin Rimsha

Hegumen Agafangel (Daineko A.)

Kornilov Aleksandr

Activities of the Wendlingen community of orthodox refugees in the post-war Germany

Kornilov Aleksandr (2013) "Activities of the Wendlingen community of orthodox refugees in the post-war Germany ", Vestnik Pravoslavnogo Sviato-Tikhonovskogo gumanitarnogo universiteta. Seriia II : Istoriia. Istoriia Russkoy Pravoslavnoy Tserkvi, 2013, Iss. 52, pp. 62-77 (in Russian).

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Displaced persons camps with significant activities of the Russian Orthodox clergy were established and developed after the World War II. The Orthodox community in the Wurttemberg land of Germany was one of the centers for the War refugees. The father superior of the community was priest Adrian Rymarenko future Archbishop of Rockland Andrew, who served as the dean of the Berlin Cathedral in 1943–1945. The article deals with peculiarities of the Wendlingen community founding and developing process. Father Adrian’s letters to the Archpriest of the German Diocese, Metropolitan Seraphim (Ljade), as well as other unknown documents from the German Diocese Archive of the Russian Orthodox Church Abroad and the Novo-Diveyevo Convent (New York) have been for the first time published. The author of the article has shown that this small Orthodox community overcame the post-War troubles and hardship, restored the Church services’ circle and became a Christian missionary center. The author analyses the guidelines of community activities. Metropolitan Seraphim advisedly gave a special status to the community for not only the support a Church service but also organization of a Church manufactory. The author investigated archives sources and found the list of Community members. He discovered among them outstanding clergymen of the Russian Church in Exile and future clerics of the Orthodox Church of America.
Wendlingen Orthodox community, Manager of the German Diocese of the Russian Orthodox Church Abroad, diocesan workshops, father Adrian Rymarenko, priests, displaced persons, refugees
1. Archbishop Andrey. Yedinoye na potrebu (Only One Thing Is Needed). Forestville, 1977.
2. Archiepiskop Andrey. 1986. Russkoye Vozrozhdenye, no. 34, pp. 34-52.
3. Arhiepiskop Ioann San-Frantsisskiy (Shakhovskoy). Izbrannoye (Selected Essays). Vol 2. Nizhny Novgorod, 1999.
4. Batushka O. Adrian (Father Adrian). 1998. Russkiy Palomnik, no. 18, pp. 93-108.
5. Grigoriy Alaskinskiy, episkop. 1978. Novoye Russkoye Slovo, 26 avgusta.
6. Kornilov A. A. Dukhovenstvo peremeschennyh lits. Biographic he skiy slovar' (Clergy of the Displaced Persons. Biographical Dictionary). Nizhny Novgorod, 2002.
7. Kornilov A. A. Preobrazhenye Rossii. O pravoslavnom vozrozhdenii na okkupirovannykh territoriyah SSSR, 1941—1944 (Transfiguration of Russia. About the Orthodox Renaissance on the Occupied Territories of the USSR, 1941-1944). Nizhny Novgorod, 2000.
8. Myshetskiy D. V. 1989. Russkoye Vozrozhdeniye, no. 47-48, pp. 197-201.
9. Nivyer A. Pravoslavnii svyaschennosluzhiteli, bogoslovy i tserkovnii deyateli russkoy emigratsii v Zapadnoy i Tsentral'noy Yevrope. 1920—1995. Biographicheskiy spravochnik (Orthodox Clergy, Theologians and the Church Activists in the Western and Central Europe. 1920-1995. Biographical Directory). Moscow-Paris, 2007.
10. Popov A.N. Russkiy Berlin (Russian Berlin). Moscow, 2010.
11. Shkarovsky M.V. Istoria russkoy tserkovnoy emigratsii (History of Russian Church Emigration). St. Petersburg, 2009.

Kornilov Aleksandr

PUBLICATIONS

Emel'ianov Aleksei, archpriest

Letters of archimandrite Cassian (Bezobrazov) from the Holy mt. Athos

Emel'ianov Aleksei (2013) "Letters of archimandrite Cassian (Bezobrazov) from the Holy mt. Athos ", Vestnik Pravoslavnogo Sviato-Tikhonovskogo gumanitarnogo universiteta. Seriia II : Istoriia. Istoriia Russkoy Pravoslavnoy Tserkvi, 2013, Iss. 52, pp. 81-125 (in Russian).

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Letters from the Holy Mt. Athos of the archimandrite (since 1947 he was a bishop) Cassian (Bezobrazov) to archpriest Sergius Bulgakov and Lion А. Zander covers the period of the Second World War. The letters’ author was isolated from his colleagues in teaching at the Orthodox theological institute of St. Sergiy Radonezskiy in Paris. The fragment of the correspondence of three eminent church-public figures allows of looking from within at the professorial corporation’s life of the Theological institute of St. Sergiy Radonezskiy and better understanding of the atmosphere in which this part of the Russian abroad have made their service for the Church in the XXth century. Many teachers, graduates and students of the Theological institute were mentioned in documents that helped to clarify unknown facts of their biography. The characteristic features of the personal and theological growth of Archimandrite Cassian uncover themself in a 124 Афонские письма архимандрита Кассиана (Безобразова) new fashion. The plan of the non-published manuscript of the father Cassian’s monography devoted to research the New Testament’s bases of a Christian world outlook and its author’s definition were found in the Theological institute’s archive. At the same time, the letters give the chance to estimate the scale of the international contacts of the Theological institute and expand the information about the circle of persons, connected with its corporation. These documents give the opportunity to dispute accusing the Theological institute of contacts with ecumenical Masonic circles. Also published documents permit to clean archimandrite Cassian of the suspicions of the cooperation with the fascist power during the War. The letters were found in the archival funds of archpriest Sergius Bulgakov and L. A. Zander at the St. Sergiy Radonezsky orthodox theological institute in Paris.
archimandrite Cassian (Bezobrazov), archpriest Sergius Bulgakov, Zander L. A, the St. Sergiy Radonezsky’s orthodox theological institute in Paris, the Russian monastery of St. Panteleimon in the Holy Mt. Athos

Emel'ianov Aleksei, archpriest

Beiker Matfei

The nineteen theses of Georges Florovsky’s dissertation “The hertsen’s philosophy of history”

Beiker Matfei, Gavriliuk Pavel, (2013) "The nineteen theses of Georges Florovsky’s dissertation “The hertsen’s philosophy of history” ", Vestnik Pravoslavnogo Sviato-Tikhonovskogo gumanitarnogo universiteta. Seriia II : Istoriia. Istoriia Russkoy Pravoslavnoy Tserkvi, 2013, Iss. 52, pp. 126-132 (in Russian).

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Paul Gavrilyuk recently reconstructed Georges Florovsky’s dissertation, “Hertsen’s Philosophy of History”, the complete text of which was previously considered lost. According to the report of Alexander Izgoev, G.V. Florovsky presented the summary of his dissertation in 19 theses during his dissertation defense in Prague on 3 June 1923. The typescript of these 19 theses, bearing the title «The Dissertation’s Theses of Privatdozent Georges Florovsky: «The Hertsen’s Philosophy of History»» was recently discovered by Matthew Baker in the Andrew Blane Papers. This document is published here for the first time. The 19 theses support the Gavrilyuk’s hypothesis that the June 1923 redaction of the dissertation consisted of an introduction, three chapters and a conclusion.
Georges Florovsky, Alexander Hertsen, Slavophiles, Westernizers, Romanticism, Hegel, Schelling, Philosophy of history, Vladimir Solovyov

Beiker Matfei

BOOK REVIEWS

Firsov Sergei

Rev. of Полунов А. Ю. К. П. Победоносцев в общественно-политической и духовной жизни России. М.: РОССПЭН, 2010

Firsov Sergei (2013) Rev. of Polunov A. Yu. K. P. Pobedonostsev v obshtestvenno-politicheskoy i duhovnoy zhizni Rossii. M.: ROSSPeN, 2010, Vestnik Pravoslavnogo Sviato-Tikhonovskogo gumanitarnogo universiteta. Seriia II : Istoriia. Istoriia Russkoy Pravoslavnoy Tserkvi, 2013, Iss. 52, pp. 135-143 (in Russian).

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Firsov Sergei

Miliakova Lidiia

Rev. of Ефимов А. Б., Ласаева О. В. Алеутская и Северо-Американская епархия при святителе Тихоне. М.: Изд-во ПСТГУ, 2012

Miliakova Lidiia (2013) Rev. of Efimov A. B., Lasaeva O. V. Aleutskaia i Severo-Amerikanskaia eparhiia pri sviatitele Tihone. M.: Izd-vo PSTGU, 2012, Vestnik Pravoslavnogo Sviato-Tikhonovskogo gumanitarnogo universiteta. Seriia II : Istoriia. Istoriia Russkoy Pravoslavnoy Tserkvi, 2013, Iss. 52, pp. 143-144 (in Russian).

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Miliakova Lidiia

Kostriukov Andrei

XXIII Annual Theological conference of St Tikhons' University and Church history problems of XX century

Kostriukov Andrei (2013) "XXIII Annual Theological conference of St Tikhons' University and Church history problems of XX century ", Vestnik Pravoslavnogo Sviato-Tikhonovskogo gumanitarnogo universiteta. Seriia II : Istoriia. Istoriia Russkoy Pravoslavnoy Tserkvi, 2013, Iss. 52, pp. 147-150 (in Russian).

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Kostriukov Andrei