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  • ...hands. After crossing the Gobi Desert, they finally reached Beijing, where Fr. Jonah was received into the [[Russian Orthodox Mission in China|Ecclesiast ...e [[epitrachelion]] and [[epimanikia|cuffs]] which had belonged to Elder [[Ambrose of Optina]] and began, loudly and with prostrations, to read the canon for
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  • [[Image:Amvrosiy.jpg|thumb|200px|Saint Ambrose of Optina]] Our venerable father '''Ambrose of Optina''' (Russian: преподобный Амвросий Оптинс
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  • ...ical_texts/daily_prayers.asp ''Daily Prayer for Orthodox Christians''], by Fr. N. Michael Vaporis, originally published in 1986 and recently reprinted by * ''An Orthodox Prayer Book'', edited by Fr. Michael Monos and published by [ Newrome Press
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  • ** [[Ambrose of Milan|Ambrose]] appointed Bp. of Milan. **''Emperor Theodosius obliged to do public [[penance]] by [[Ambrose of Milan]] for having suppressed a riot at Thessaloniki via a massacre.''
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  • ...993, he received a Master of Theology degree in Patrology from Holy Cross. Fr. Ambrosios continued his postgraduate studies from 1993 to 1996 at Princeto During the years of his studies in the United States, Fr. Ambrosios served in various Greek Orthodox [[parish]]es in New England and
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  • *1891 Death of [[Ambrose of Optina]]. ...w|Tikhon (Belavin)]], Bp. [[Raphael of Brooklyn|Raphael (Hawaweeny)]], and Fr. [[John Kochurov]] to permit adaption of services taken from Anglican Book
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  • ...iarchate]]; first Africans in sub-Saharan Africa baptized in Tanganyika by Fr. [[Nikodemos Sarikas]]; death of [[Tikhon of Moscow]]; death of [[Jonah of ...lic Church]], including a [[Western Rite]] missionary outreach; death of [[Ambrose (Khelaia) the Confessor]].
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  • ...f Odessa]] by the [[Church of Ukraine]]; [[Church of Georgia]] canonizes [[Ambrose (Khelaia) the Confessor]] (+1927). of Optina|Ambrose]] of [[Optina Monastery|Optina]]; death of missionary Fr. [[Chariton Pneumatikakis]], in Kananga, having served the Orthodox mission
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  • ...idon Cathedral]]), where he even served as a temporary priest before Fr. [[Ambrose Vretta]]'s arrival in November of 1895, Wilkenson, Washington, Portland, Or ...[diocese]]. With his appointment to head the mission, Abp. Tikhon elevated Fr. Sebastian to [[archimandrite]] on [[August 15]], 1905. For the next five y
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  • Rev. '''Ambrose Vretta''' (also '''Amvrosy''' or '''Ambrosius Wretta''') was a [[priest]] i Ambrose Vretta was born in Macedonia in 1859. He attended the Imperial Medical Coll
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  • ...y, he was [[ordination|ordained]] hierodeacon and then hieromonk. In 1979, Fr. Panteleimon was appointed [[Igumen]], a position he held until 1997. In 19 before=[[Ambrose (Jaaskelainen) of Helsinki|Ambrose (Jaaskelainen)]]|
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  • ...e was very simple, the Lord often performed miracles through him. At times Fr. Macarius, in the face of great danger, brought calm among fighting faction In addition to his activities among the people, Fr. Macarius continued his translation work. In 1864, he journeyed to St. Pete
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  • ...g that the Ancient of Days in Daniel 7 is the Son, and that is that of St. Ambrose of Milan (c. 339 – 397): ...nt… not to the incarnation. Even if this text is taken as proof that St. Ambrose believed the Son to be the Ancient of Days in Daniel 7, we still are left w
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  • [[Image:Ambrosius I Georgia.jpg|right|thumb|200px|Catholicos-Patriarch Ambrose of Georgia]]
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  • ...itself autocephalous following the 1917 February revolution in Russia, and Fr. Callistratus became active in the restored Georgian church administration ...mprisoned by the Soviets. He remained in the position until 1926. In 1925, Fr. Callistratus was [[consecration of a bishop|consecrated]] [[Metropolitan]]
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  • ...y Orders]] and was [[ordination|ordained]] [[deacon]] and then [[priest]]. Fr. Kristepore served as priest in the Trans-Caspian region of Russia for a pe itself autocephalous following the 1917 February revolution in Russia. Fr. Christophorus participated in the restored autocephalous Georgian church a
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  • ...ethod of the German theologians for the former Orthodox scholastic system. Fr. Theophan was also a prolific writer, his works including a five-act tragic ...about his laudatory statements on the cultural-political reforms by Peter. Fr. Theophan, thus, was called to the court at St. Petersburg in 1716 and was
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  • ...u want to move?”'' he concluded. ''“I do!”'' was the reply, although Fr. Joasaph was quite aware of the hardships that awaited him. ...had to pay for the trip, became the abbot under the name of Archimandrite Ambrose.
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  • ...1]], 1861, at Optina, John related his story to Elder [[Ambrose of Optina|Ambrose]] who advised him to stay at Optina, to which John replied "May it be bless ...r off elsewhere - Kiev, even [[Mount Athos]]. But, the understanding Elder Ambrose, realizing John's thoughts, urged him to stay at Optina.
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  • ...In December 1939, the Elder Macarius, the monastery's confessor, succeeded Fr. Anthony as the Superior of the Skete, and Rodion was assigned to be his ce ...on would succeed him and Elder Ambrose as Elders after his death. In 1863, Fr. Hilarion was chosen the Superior of the [[Skete]] and the monastery's Fath
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