Talk:Russian True-Orthodox Church (Vyacheslav)

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This article needs to be brought to conformity with the [[NPOV|Mainstream Chalcedonian Bias]].  &mdash;[[User:ASDamick|<font color="blue"><b><i>Dcn. Andrew</i></b></font>]] <sup>[[User_talk:ASDamick|<font color="red">talk</font>]]</sup> <sup>[[Special:Randompage|<font color="blue">random</font>]]</sup> <sup>[[Special:Contributions/ASDamick|<font color="black">contribs</font>]]</sup> 07:01, May 26, 2006 (CDT)
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'''ALEXY'''
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'''Archbishop of Minneapolis and Chicago <br>
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Chairman of the Department for External Church Relations'''
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Nameday: February 12/25.
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Consecration Date: Bishop Alexy was consecrated Bishop of Minneapolis and Chicago  on Sunday, January 20 (o.s.) / February 2, 2003 (n.s.) in Moscow, Russia by Archbishop Vyacheslaw and Bishop Michael, in the Temple of icon The Most Holy Mother of God "Healer".
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This article is so completely bogus, and so little real information is provided that has any basis in fact, I would recommend that it simply be deleted. [[User:Frjohnwhiteford|Frjohnwhiteford]] 11:59, December 12, 2008 (UTC)
  
On March 27, 2005  Hierarchical Synod, elevated Bishop ALEXY  to the rank of Archbishop.
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I'd like to try to clean it up, as such a group really does exist. However, I have seen other egregious errors from them (on Wikipedia they claimed that St Joseph of Petrograd started their jurisdiction). Frankly I'd list them wherever stuff is put from the Ukrainian Autocephalous Church; they come from the same people. --[[User:JosephSuaiden|JosephSuaiden]] 21:50, December 12, 2008 (UTC)
 
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== The Origin of the Josephitism ==
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By spring 1927 the Church found itself in a complicated position. The authorities’ policy of liquidating its unified center (the existence of which had not been recognized officially) almost succeeded. However, the influence of the pro-Soviet Synodal (Renovationist) Church* by that time started to fall down: in January 1927 the share of Renovationist parishes was 16.6%.
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Centrifugal tendencies were increasing in the Patriarchal Church itself after the death of Patriarch Tikhon. Constant arrests of hierarchs able to head the Supreme Church Administration prevented creation of a stable church center. The number of Deputy Patriarchs and their Assistants reached 13, with 12 of them in exile or imprisoned. The last one, Archbishop Serafim (Samoylovich) of Uglich, appeared so little known that part of eparchies never heard about him. Metropolitan Sergiy (Stargorodsky), one of the Assistant Deputy Patriarchs, when in prison**, agreed to negotiations with OGPU. Threatened with liquidation of the whole hierarchy of the Patriarchal Church, he agreed to meet major requirements of the authorities.
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*Renovationism – a reformist stream in the Russian Church. Organized in May 1922 by the initiative and with active participation of the authorities. It was heterogeneous in its staff and was led mostly by priests unsatisfied with their position and craving for power in the ROC, who understood that this is possible only with the authorities’ support by discrediting the church hierarchy. However, there were some Renovationists sincerely professing innovative ideas. Most ordinary members of the trend were involved in it by simple logic of the events. After arresting Patriarch Tikhon and his forced renunciation of the ROC leadership on May 12, 1922, Renovationists had been dominating in the church life for over a year, often blatantly cooperating with GPU. However, immediately after discharging Patriarch Tikhon their influence decreased drastically. At that time Renovationism in general appeared deeply erroneous in its attempts to commit a “church revolution.
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This article needs to be brought to conformity with the Mainstream Chalcedonian Bias. —Dcn. Andrew talk random contribs 07:01, May 26, 2006 (CDT)

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This article is so completely bogus, and so little real information is provided that has any basis in fact, I would recommend that it simply be deleted. Frjohnwhiteford 11:59, December 12, 2008 (UTC)

I'd like to try to clean it up, as such a group really does exist. However, I have seen other egregious errors from them (on Wikipedia they claimed that St Joseph of Petrograd started their jurisdiction). Frankly I'd list them wherever stuff is put from the Ukrainian Autocephalous Church; they come from the same people. --JosephSuaiden 21:50, December 12, 2008 (UTC)

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