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The '''Living Church''' (also called '''Renovated Church''' or ''Obnovlencheskaya Tserkov'') was a theoretically Orthodox church reform set up in the old [[Soviet Union]] by the Bolshevik government after it confiscated all property of the [[Church of Russia]].  It was disbanded in 1943 when Stalin was desperate to bolster the morale of the Russian people in the Second World War.
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The '''Living Church''' (also called '''Renovated Church''' or ''Obnovlencheskaya Tserkov'') was a theoretical, reformed "Orthodox church" set up in the old [[Soviet Union]] by the Bolshevik government after it confiscated all property of the [[Church of Russia]].  It was disbanded in 1943 when Stalin was desperate to bolster the morale of the Russian people in the Second World War.
  
  

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The Living Church (also called Renovated Church or Obnovlencheskaya Tserkov) was a theoretical, reformed "Orthodox church" set up in the old Soviet Union by the Bolshevik government after it confiscated all property of the Church of Russia. It was disbanded in 1943 when Stalin was desperate to bolster the morale of the Russian people in the Second World War.



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