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Vladimir Lozina-Lozinsky

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===Early Life===
Father Vladimir was born on May 26, 1885 in Dukhovshchina, [[w:Smolensk Oblast|Smolensk Governorate]], in to a family of doctors. His mother Varvara Karlovna, (née. Scheidemann), was the daughter of a Lieutenant-General, the who was a hero of the Crimean War, the artillery commander of the artillery in the assault [[w:Battle of Eupatoria|Battle of Evpatoria]], descended from russified a [[w:Russification|Russified]] wealthy German family. She was one of the first women in Russia who receive received a medical degree. She Graduated ; she studied Female medicine and graduated from Female medical courses at the St. Nicholas military hospitalMilitary Hospital. His father [, who was of polish Polish descent] , was a doctor in the [[w:Kirov Plant|Putilov factoryPlant]].
In 1888 she his mother contracted typhus Typhus and died. The family then moved to St. Petersburg. Vladimir was an extraordinarily kind and unselfish child. He was inherent characterized by an innate aristocracy, he is and was well spoken european versed in European languages.
In 1904, Vladimir graduated from the high school of the [[w:Imperial Philanthropic Society|Imperial Philanthropic Society]], and immediately entered the law faculty Faculty of Law of the [[w:Saint Petersburg State University|University. In 1910 he began his service in the Senate. Simultaneously, the young lawyer went on to study history of archives and two years later he graduated from the Institute of ArchaeologySt Petersburg]].
When In 1910 he began his service in the Senate. Simultaneously, the young lawyer studied the history of archives, and two years later he graduated from the St. Petersburg Archeological Institute. When [[w:World War I|World War I]]began, Vladimir tried to get to the front, but was not taken accepted into active service for due to health reasons. In his position as assistant chief of the Petrograd Sanitary motorcade Motorcade, he direct directed the transporting transportation of wounded people from St. Petersburg train stations to hospitals.
In 1917, the Bolsheviks closed the Senate, and Vladimir got a job as the statistician on the Moscow-Rybinsk Railway.
The desire to become a [[priest ]] took shape under the influence of Russian disaster of 1917. He first announced his decision to become a priest in the days when the godless power started the open [[w:Persecution of Christians in the Soviet Union|persecution of the Church]]. On his decision to Vladimir announced in 1918, in the days when was arrested and then shooted close to Lozina-Lozinsky priest - Abbot Theodore Cathedral in Tsarskoye Selo, Fr. Alexander Vasilyev - the last confessor of the Royal Family.
In 1920, Vladimir was admitted to the first year of the [[St. Petersburg Theological Academy|Theological Institute in St. Petersburg]], and in November filed a petition for [[ordination]]. After his [[ordination]], he served in the University Church of All Saints in 1923, he was rector [[Proistamenos|Rector]] of the church.
He was constantly arrested: in 1924 on the case of "Spasskoye Brotherhood", then in February 1925 (sentenced to ten years in labor camps on charges of monarchical plot and serving the memorial services (панихида) with the commemoration of the Imperial Family). Father Vladimir and another 34 people sentenced to death, but then expelled for ten years to the [[Solovetsky Monastery|Solovetsky concentration camp]].
First, he served time in Solovki. Father Vladimir took camp life humbly and meekly, he was friendly and kind. According to the memoirs fellow prisoners oа Solovki, aristocratism of his behavior did not disappear even then, "he weigh out stinking fish" in a food stall and carried parcels or washing toilets.
After spending several months in a transit prison in Leningrad, father was sent to a remote village Pyanovo, which is 150 kilometers from the city of Bratsk, Irkutsk oblast. Along with father Vladimir in the same village lived in exile bishop [[Basil (Zelentsov)]], an implacable opponent of Metropolitan [[Sergius (Stragorodsky) of Moscow|Sergius]].
After his release Father Vladimir served in [[Novgorod]] and became [[rector ]] of the Cathedral of the Archangel Michael (1934-1935). The ruling Bishop of the Novgorod diocese at that time was Archbishop Benedict (Plotnikov), who was familiar to father Vladimir from joint service in Petrograd.
===Final Arrest and Martyrdom===
On May 14, 1936 Archpriest Vladimir was arrested again and sent for examination to the regional hospital for the mentally ill, where he found sane.
===Martyrdom===On December 8, 1937 he was arrested again along with with a group of parishioners, pursuant to Article 58, as a member on the charges of being members of the ''"people's democracy based on neostate capitalism".'' group. Archpriest Vladimir Lozina-Lozinski pleaded not guilty, stating that the existence of this group was not confirmed and that he had slandered no one. However on December 19, he was sentenced to death by desision of the special "[[w:NKVD troika|NKVD troika]]", and on [[December 26]], 1937 he was shot in the [[Novgorod]] region.
On [[December 26]] of the same year in [[Novgorod]], he was shot by desision of the special troika of December 19. His The place of his burial remains unknown.
* [[New Martyrs and Confessors of Russia]]
* [[New Martyrs]]
* [[w:Great Purge|Great Purge]]
* [[w:Persecution of Christians in the Soviet Union|Persecution of Christians in the Soviet Union]]

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