Timeline of Orthodoxy in Russia

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* 1430 + [[Andrew Rublev]], iconographer.
 
* 1430 + [[Andrew Rublev]], iconographer.
  
=== South-west (Kievan) Metropolis (1458—1686) ===
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=== South-west (Kievan-Lithuanian) Metropolis (1458—1686) under the Patriarch of Constantinople ===
 
* 1596 [[Union of Brest]], large persecutions on the Orthodoxy  
 
* 1596 [[Union of Brest]], large persecutions on the Orthodoxy  
 
* 1646 +[[Peter Mogila]], metropolitan of Kiev
 
* 1646 +[[Peter Mogila]], metropolitan of Kiev
* 1686 Kievan metropolis /перешла в юрисдикцию Московского Патриархата/
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* 1686 Kievan metropolis passed from jurisdiction of Constantinople under Moscow Patriarchate
  
== Autocephalous being of Russian Church ==
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== Autocephalous Russian Metropolis ==
*1448 Russian Church became autocephalous  
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*1448 Russian Church (Moscow Metropolis) became autocephalous  
 
*1471 +Metropolitan [[Jonas of Moscow]]
 
*1471 +Metropolitan [[Jonas of Moscow]]
 
*1508 +[[Nilus of Sora]]
 
*1508 +[[Nilus of Sora]]
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*1580 +[[John of Rostov]], [[September 3]]
 
*1580 +[[John of Rostov]], [[September 3]]
 
*1588 Tsar Theodor applies for permission to form a new Patriarchate for the Russian people.
 
*1588 Tsar Theodor applies for permission to form a new Patriarchate for the Russian people.
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== First Patriarchate Period ==
 
*1589 [[Ecumenical Patriarchate]] acknowledges autocephaly of [[Church of Russia]] and first Patriarch of Moscow, Metropolitan [[Job of Moscow]] is styled.
 
*1589 [[Ecumenical Patriarchate]] acknowledges autocephaly of [[Church of Russia]] and first Patriarch of Moscow, Metropolitan [[Job of Moscow]] is styled.
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*1666 Moscow Big Council
  
==The Synodical Church (1700-1917)==
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== The Synodical Church (1700-1917) ==
 
*1700 [[w:Peter I of Russia|Peter the Great]] published an ''Ukase'' (edict) on [[June 18|June 18th]] that made a resounding appeal for the propagation of the faith in Siberia and China; death of Patr. Adrian.
 
*1700 [[w:Peter I of Russia|Peter the Great]] published an ''Ukase'' (edict) on [[June 18|June 18th]] that made a resounding appeal for the propagation of the faith in Siberia and China; death of Patr. Adrian.
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*1700-+1720 Metropolitan Stephan Yavorsky
 
*1702 In response to the Ukase of 1700, [[Philothei (Leschinsky)]] of Kiev is chosen as Metropolitan of Tobolsk and All Siberia (1702-1711), long since a center of missionary operations, in order to ''"lead the natives in China and Siberia to the service of the true and living God"''; he built 37 churches and personally accounted for the baptism of 40,000 Siberian tribesmen by 1721.
 
*1702 In response to the Ukase of 1700, [[Philothei (Leschinsky)]] of Kiev is chosen as Metropolitan of Tobolsk and All Siberia (1702-1711), long since a center of missionary operations, in order to ''"lead the natives in China and Siberia to the service of the true and living God"''; he built 37 churches and personally accounted for the baptism of 40,000 Siberian tribesmen by 1721.
 
* 1721 [[Apostolic Governing Synod|Holy and Governing Synod]]
 
* 1721 [[Apostolic Governing Synod|Holy and Governing Synod]]
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* 1917 [[Vladimir (Bogoyavlensky) of Kiev and Gallich|Vladimir of Kiev]] announces [[Tikhon of Moscow|Tikhon]] as Patriarch of Moscow;
 
* 1917 [[Vladimir (Bogoyavlensky) of Kiev and Gallich|Vladimir of Kiev]] announces [[Tikhon of Moscow|Tikhon]] as Patriarch of Moscow;
  
== Russian Orthodox Church during Communist rule ==
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== Russian Orthodox Church during Communist ruling ==
 
* 1917 [[All-Russian Church Council of 1917-1918|All-Russian Church Council]] elects Metropolitan [[Tikhon of Moscow]] as Patriarch of Moscow and All Russia.
 
* 1917 [[All-Russian Church Council of 1917-1918|All-Russian Church Council]] elects Metropolitan [[Tikhon of Moscow]] as Patriarch of Moscow and All Russia.
 
* 1918 Bolshevik forcec vie for control of Kiev damaging many [[church]]es and [[monastery|monasteries]] by canon fire; The Bolsheviks seize the Kiev Caves Lavra, [[January 23]]; [[Vladimir (Bogoyavlensky) of Kiev and Gallich|Vladimir of Kiev]] is murdered, [[January 25]]; The Grand Duchess [[Elizabeth the New Martyr]] <ref>Source: "A LIFELONG PASSION, NICHOLAS AND ALEXANDRA THEIR OWN STORY"., Andrei Maylunas and Sergi Mironenko., Doubleday, New York., February 1997., pp. 638-639).</ref> is murdered, [[July 17]].
 
* 1918 Bolshevik forcec vie for control of Kiev damaging many [[church]]es and [[monastery|monasteries]] by canon fire; The Bolsheviks seize the Kiev Caves Lavra, [[January 23]]; [[Vladimir (Bogoyavlensky) of Kiev and Gallich|Vladimir of Kiev]] is murdered, [[January 25]]; The Grand Duchess [[Elizabeth the New Martyr]] <ref>Source: "A LIFELONG PASSION, NICHOLAS AND ALEXANDRA THEIR OWN STORY"., Andrei Maylunas and Sergi Mironenko., Doubleday, New York., February 1997., pp. 638-639).</ref> is murdered, [[July 17]].

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Contents

Russian Church under the Patriarch of Constantinople

Period of the Kievan Metropolia (988-1304)

Russian Church after the mongol invasion (since 1237)

South-west (Kievan-Lithuanian) Metropolis (1458—1686) under the Patriarch of Constantinople

  • 1596 Union of Brest, large persecutions on the Orthodoxy
  • 1646 +Peter Mogila, metropolitan of Kiev
  • 1686 Kievan metropolis passed from jurisdiction of Constantinople under Moscow Patriarchate

Autocephalous Russian Metropolis

First Patriarchate Period

The Synodical Church (1700-1917)

Russian Orthodox Church during Communist ruling

Russian Orthodox Church after the collapse of the Soviet Union

Further rerading


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