A true Christian lives by the Church and for the Church. He is whole: for him there is no separation between personal and public life, and he always tries to act according to the commandments. There are certain rules for the life of a Christian.
On the commandments and principles that guide Old-believers.
On the history of Old Orthodoxy from the time of Christ to the present day.
The church feast day of one of the side-chapels of the Intercession Cathedral was celebrated at Rogozhskoe.
The episcopal consecration of the monk-priest Andrei (Kladiyev) took place in the Intercession Cathedral at Rogozhskoe in Moscow.
“A rite is an external expression of inner religious feeling”.
A biography of Boyarinya Morozova, the famous old-believer who died a martyr against the reforms of the Russian Orthodox Church. Original article written in Russian by nun Livia.
“Today, almost nothing is said about teaching the importance of chastity, respect for elders, the veneration of historical traditions and the formation of a strong family”.
Chairmen of Old-believer communities living outside of Russia visited Rogozhskoe in Moscow.
Hooks or znamena are the symbols used by Russia’s Church in place of notes for inscribing hymns.
According to Orthodox teaching, the cutting of the beard is a serious sin and a transgression.
On October 28, 1846, the Old Believer Church was joined by the Bosno-Sarajevo metropolitan, Ambrose.
A biography of the hieromartyr and confessor Avvakum, who led the opposition against Patriarch Nikon’s reforms of the Russian Orthodox Church.
The future leader of the Church, the metropolitan of Moscow and All Russia, Korniliy, was born on August 1, 1947 in Orekhovo-Zuyevo.
The order of the veneration of icons and the Gospel in church services.
The status of old-believers in 17th century Russia was in many ways similar to that of Christians in the Roman Empire, who were forced to hide in catacombs. Russian Orthodox old-believers, likewise, hid from both state and church authorities.