October Revolution

NEW YORK CITY: RUSSIANS & SERBS JOINTLY CELEBRATE CHRIST’S NATIVITY IN SYNODAL CATHEDRAL

January 10, 2018 Featured
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Eastern American Diocese – ROCOR- 10/1/18 On Saturday the 6th and Sunday the 7th of January, Eastern American Diocesan vicar Bishop Nicholas of Manhattan led the divine services for the Nativity of Christ in the Synodal Cathedral of the Sign in New York City. The All-Night Vigil for Nativity was served in a festal, joyous, […]

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100 YEARS OF OCTOBER REVOLUTION: RELICS OF NEW MARTYRS TO BE CARRIED THROUGHOUT RUSSIA

January 19, 2017 Featured News
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Pravoslavie.ru – 19/1/17 2017 marks two major anniversaries in Russia: one hundred years since the restoration of the patriarchate, and one hundred years since the disastrous October Revolution. The second is to be marked by the Russian Orthodox Church by celebrating all those who died for their faith in the years of Soviet atheism brought […]

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IMAGE OF TSAR NICHOLAS II FOUND BENEATH PORTRAIT OF VLADIMIR LENIN

November 12, 2016 Featured News
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Photo: http://rbth.com/ Russia Beyond the Headlines – 12/11/16 A portrait of Tsar Nicholas II was discovered during the restoration of a full-size painting of the 1917 October Revolution leader Vladimir Lenin. The image was “hidden” for the last 90 years beneath water-soluble paint on the back of the canvas used by Soviet artist Vladislav Izmailovich for […]

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Three hundered years old monastery of the Mother of God closed during the October Revolution to be revived in Belarus

August 30, 2014 Featured News

Report Prepared for OCP News Service Belorussian Orthodox Church – Moscow Patriarchate 30/8/14 On the 28th of August the nuns of the monastery of the Dormition of the Mother of God in the village of Tadulino (Belarus) celebrated the first dedication day of their convent. Being situated on the North of the country, this monastery […]

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