Anatoly Chistousov

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On March 21, 1994 he was appointed to help of Protopriest <!--благочинный -->of orthodox churches of the Chechen Republic.
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On March 21, 1994 he was appointed to help protopriest Peter Netsvetayev, the [[deanery|dean]] of orthodox churches of the Chechen Republic. Receiving the appointment fr. Anatoly at once departed to Grozny, where in that time it had been dangerous.
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Since March, 15th, 1995 he was a rector of Michael Archangel church of the city of Grozny and dean of orthodox churches in Chechnya.
  
Since March, 15th, 1995 he was a rector of Michael Archangel church of the city of Grozny and Protopriest <!--благочинный -->of orthodox churches in Chechnya.
 
 
== Captivity and death ==
 
== Captivity and death ==
  

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Fr. Anatoly Chistousov (in world Anatoly Ivanovich Chistousov, born 1953, Kirov — died February 14, 1996, village Old Achkhoy, Chechnya) was a priest of Russian Orthodox Church, martyred in Chechnya.

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Life in world

Father Anatoly Chistousov (full name is Anatoly Ivanovich Chistousov) was born in Kirov in 1953. He graduated a military college of navigators of the Air Forces and pedagogical institute (in absentia). In the eighties the XX-th century he served as the officer-tutor in one of military colleges of the city of Stavropol. In 1990 he became a parishener of a church of the Elevation of the Holy Cross in Stavropol just returned to believers after a few decades of Communism.

In 1993 he retired from of the army. The major of a reseve.

On March 18, 1994 by Metropolitan Gedeon (Dokukin) he was ordained a deacon.

On March, 20, 1994 he was ordained a priest. Before the ordination the metropolitan asked him: "And if you will be sent where it is restlessly, where it is dangerous, will you go?" He answered: "Where you will bless, Vladyko, there and I will go. No terrestrial circumstances are terrible for me"

The serving in Chechnya

On March 21, 1994 he was appointed to help protopriest Peter Netsvetayev, the dean of orthodox churches of the Chechen Republic. Receiving the appointment fr. Anatoly at once departed to Grozny, where in that time it had been dangerous.

Since March, 15th, 1995 he was a rector of Michael Archangel church of the city of Grozny and dean of orthodox churches in Chechnya.

Captivity and death

On January 29th, 1996, during the First Chechen war, together with archpriest Sergius Zhigulin he has been grasped by terrorists and was placed in a concentration camp of so-called «Department of state security of the Chechen republic Ichkeria». Under tortures he did not stipulated itself and not renounced belief and, as a result, has been shot by them.

He was martyred in February 14th, 1996.

Remains of father Anatoly were exhumated just in July, 2003 in mountains near Old Achkhoy.

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