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”.
The House of Russia Abroad (named in honor of A. Solzhenitsyn) hosted the presentation of the book “Russian Old-believers: History and Culture” in Japanese.
The conference “The settlement of the Russian Far East: past experience – present problems – solutions for the future” was held in the House of Russia Abroad, named in honor of Alexander Solzhenitsyn.
Biographical information about the bishop of Moscow Nicodemus (Nikita Timofeyevich Latyshev; 1916 – 11 February 1986).
Biographical information about the bishop of Moscow Flavian (Theophylact Theophylactovich Slesarev; March 1, 1879 –December 25, 1960).
“A brief biography about Agafya Lykova, a recluse Old-believer living in Russia’s taiga”.
Biographical information about the bishop of Moscow John (in the world – Stephen Vasilyevich Levshin; 1824 – September 8, 1898).
Biographical information about the bishop of Moscow, Sabbatius (in the world – Stephen Vasilyevich Levshin; 1824 – September 8, 1898).
“Old-believers kept the ancient manuscripts, rewrote them and created new ones”.
“Тhe main commandment about the relationship of man with God says that we must love the Lord “with all our heart, with all our soul and with all our mind”.
“In the Mystery of Baptism, we become bearers of the name of Christ – Christians. We must bear this name with reverence and awe”.
Archbishop Anthony (in the world – Andrew Hilarionovich Shutov, 1800 – 1881) was born in the village of Nastasyino in the Podberezinsky oblast of the Kolomensky district.