Russian True-Orthodox Church (Vyacheslav)

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My first questions is: What's the copyright status for this stuff? Another website has been referenced - has it's placement here been authorized, and is it being re-released under the copyright terms of OrthodoxWiki? If the one who posted this does not verify this, both these articles (here and on the talk page) will be removed. The original website states "Copyright 2002- 2004 by RTOC-MM: DNA & BLAGO Reproduction in whole or in part in any form or medium without express written permission from BLAGO is prohibited!" [the exclamation point is original!]FrJohn (talk)

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RUSSIAN TRUE-ORTHODOX CHURCH Archdiocese of North America - RTOC AdNA For virtually all centuries of its history, the Orthodox Church in Russia had been playing an important stabilizing and consolidating role, especially in the times of critical cataclysms. In the years of the Civil War it also didn’t take side of any of the belligerents; Patriarch and the Holy Synod were fighting for putting an end to the fratricidal discord and obsession with political passions, advocating tolerance and love of fellow men.

In the first decade of the Soviet State’s existence the attempts of the civil authorities to subdue the Orthodox Church, take it under total control, and turn into “an appendage of the state apparatus