Joseph of Moscow

(Difference between revisions)
Jump to: navigation, search
m (cat.)
m (link)
Line 1: Line 1:
'''Joseph of Moscow''' was the sixth Patriarch of Moscow and All Russia. Joseph, as had his predecessor [[Joasaphus I of Moscow|Joasaphus]], did not involve himself in state politics as had their predecessor, Patr. [[Philaret (Romanov) of Moscow|Philaret]].<ref> Francis Dvornik. ''The Slavs in European History and Civilization'', Rutgers University Press, New Bruswick, New Jersey, 1962  ISBN 0-8135-0403-1</ref>
+
'''Joseph of Moscow''' was the sixth Patriarch of Moscow and All Russia. Joseph, as had his predecessor [[Joasaphus I of Moscow|Joasaphus]], did not involve himself in state politics as had their predecessor, Patr. [[Philaret (Romanov) of Moscow|Philaret]].<ref> [[Francis Dvornik]]. ''The Slavs in European History and Civilization'', Rutgers University Press, New Bruswick, New Jersey, 1962  ISBN 0-8135-0403-1</ref>
  
 
==Life==
 
==Life==
Line 7: Line 7:
  
 
==Reference==
 
==Reference==
<ref>reference</ref>
+
<ref>references</ref>
  
 
{{start box}}
 
{{start box}}

Revision as of 17:28, September 9, 2012

Joseph of Moscow was the sixth Patriarch of Moscow and All Russia. Joseph, as had his predecessor Joasaphus, did not involve himself in state politics as had their predecessor, Patr. Philaret.[1]

Life

Joseph’s early life is not known. Prior to his election to Patriarchal see, he was a monastic with the rank of archimandrite at the Simonov Monastery in Moscow. His election occurred after a rather long vacant period for the patriarchate of one and a half years. Joseph’s election (selection), on March 20, 1642, was from a list of candidates drawn up by Tsar Mikhail Fyodorovich and the Synod of Bishops through a form of selection by lot.

During Joseph’s patriarchate, church theologians were charged by him with revising the church service books. Later, comparative studies between the liturgical practices in the Russian Church and Greek Churches of the eastern Mediterranean area were made that resulted, under the policies of Joseph’s successor, Patr. Nikon, in a schism in the Russian Church.

Reference

[2]

Succession box:
Joseph of Moscow
Preceded by:
Joasaphus I
Patriarch of Moscow
1642–1652
Succeeded by:
Nikon
Help with box



Sources


Cite error: <ref> tags exist, but no <references/> tag was found
Personal tools
Namespaces
Variants
Actions
Navigation
interaction
Donate

Please consider supporting OrthodoxWiki. FAQs

Toolbox