Metropolitan Alimpiy became the first Old-believers’ Metropolitan of Moscow after the establishment of the Metropolitanate in the landmark year for Russia, 1988 – the year of the 1000th anniversary of the Baptism of Rus’.
Metropolitan Andrian (Alexander Gennadyevich Chetvergov; February 14, 1951 – August 10, 2005) was the primate of the Russian Orthodox Old-Rite Church from 2004 to 2005.
The first Paschal youth gathering in the town of Bolshoye Murashkino was the case when the first pancake was not a lump.
” I wish the churches of Ukraine peace, unity and harmony”.
Agafia Lykova has long been known to all of Russia and even beyond its borders, and interest in her does not fade…
“We will maintain brotherly love, purity of the soul and Christian charity”.
“We pray that God will grant peace and harmony to the long-suffering Ukraine”.
“There are three necessary conditions that we Christians must satisfy when we go to meet the Lord Saviour”.
Interview with web portal “Interfax-Religion”, 2007.
Metropolitan Korniliy, answering the questions of “The Community” (the newspaper – Obshchina), talks about the difficulties of communicating with journalists, asks the Old-believers not to chase after the benefits of civilization and suggests refraining from arguments.
“Prayer for the departed and charity for them is useful only when it is brought with lively faith”.
“The church, family and school are called to give people spiritual guidance that awakens love for God and for people”
“The Old Belief has more than 350 years of experience of coexistence with a variety of religions and nationalities”.
“In Rus’, the Orthodox faith was and remains the pivot that unites the country”,
Speech of mitropolit Korniliy at the State Duma at the round table.
“Our old faith holds considerable potential”.
“n such a difficult period for our Native land, when anti-Russian hysteria that arises from some Western countries is so prevalent, it is very encouraging to see all of you here in Moscow”.