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== Problem of periodisation of Russian Church history ==
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=== Russian Church after the mongol invasion (since 1237) ===
 
=== Russian Church after the mongol invasion (since 1237) ===
* [[Alexander Nevsky]]
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* 1245 Martyrdom of right-believing Prince Michael of Chernigov and his boyarin (i.e nobleman from his court) Theodor in Gold Orda
* 1337 [[Sergius of Radonezh|Bartholomew]] is [[tonsure|tonsured]] a monk, given the name Sergius, and [[Ordination|ordained]] to the [[Priest|priesthood]];
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* 1261 Sarai diocese (in Gold Orda) was established
* 1370 Iconographer [[Andrei Rublev]] born.
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* +1263 Right-believing Prince [[Alexander Nevsky]]
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* a little earlier 1342 [[Sergius of Radonezh]] with his brother Stephan founded Holy Trinity Lavra;
 
* 1378 + Metropolitan [[Alexis of Moscow]]
 
* 1378 + Metropolitan [[Alexis of Moscow]]
 
* 1392 + St. [[Sergius of Radonezh]], [[September 25]];
 
* 1392 + St. [[Sergius of Radonezh]], [[September 25]];
* 1430 + [[Andrew Rublev]], iconographer.
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* 1430 + [[Andrew Rublev]] (b. 1370), iconographer.
  
 
=== South-west (Kievan-Lithuanian) Metropolis (1458—1686) under the Patriarch of Constantinople ===
 
=== South-west (Kievan-Lithuanian) Metropolis (1458—1686) under the Patriarch of Constantinople ===
* 1596 [[Union of Brest]], large persecutions on the Orthodoxy  
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* 1596 [[Union of Brest]], large persecutions on the Orthodoxy in Polish–Lithuanian_Commonwealth
 
* 1646 +[[Peter Mogila]], metropolitan of Kiev
 
* 1646 +[[Peter Mogila]], metropolitan of Kiev
 
* 1686 Kievan metropolis passed from jurisdiction of Constantinople under Moscow Patriarchate
 
* 1686 Kievan metropolis passed from jurisdiction of Constantinople under Moscow Patriarchate
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* Paul Bushkovitch. ''[http://books.google.ca/books?id=vB0OqzCU5i4C&printsec=frontcover&source=gbs_navlinks_s Religion and Society in Russia: The Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries].'' Oxford University Press US, 1992. ISBN 9780195069464
 
* Paul Bushkovitch. ''[http://books.google.ca/books?id=vB0OqzCU5i4C&printsec=frontcover&source=gbs_navlinks_s Religion and Society in Russia: The Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries].'' Oxford University Press US, 1992. ISBN 9780195069464
 
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Revision as of 10:50, September 7, 2009

Problem of periodisation of Russian Church history

Russian Church under the Patriarch of Constantinople

  • I century Apostle Andrew First-called visits the future Russian lands, planted a cross on one of the high hills of Kiev
  • 864 Patriarch Photius sends bishop to Kiev
  • 954 Princess Ol'ha (Olga) of Kiev baptized.
  • 983 Protomartyrs Theodor and his son John

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 in Polish–Lithuanian_Commonwealth
  • 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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  1. St. Cornelius of the Pskov Caves martyrdom is recorded in the old manuscripts of the Trinity-Sergiev Lavra
  2. Source: "A LIFELONG PASSION, NICHOLAS AND ALEXANDRA THEIR OWN STORY"., Andrei Maylunas and Sergi Mironenko., Doubleday, New York., February 1997., pp. 638-639).