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Congress of the Living Church in Moscow

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Abstract
Moscow, Third House of Soviets on Sadovo-Karetnaya street, May 2-8, 1923. The first renovation cathedral. Cathedral delegates in the hall. Among those present in the presidium: Archpriest Alexander Ivanovich Vvedensky, business chairman of the cathedral, "Metropolitan of Tomsk and All Siberia" Pyotr Fedorovich Blinov, "Metropolitan of Moscow and All Russia" Antonin (Granovsky Alexander Andreevich), "Metropolitan" Tikhon (Nikolai Vasilevsky), former chief - Prosecutor of the Holy Synod Vladimir Nikolaevich Lvov, professor of Kharkov University John Ioannovich Filevsky, professor of the Odessa Institute of National Economy [Alexander Ivanovich Pokrovsky], "archbishop" [John Albinsky], historian Vasily Zakharovich Belolikov. Moscow, summer, 1922. The leaders of the Renovationist movement put their signatures on the document. Among them - “the first protopresbyter of all Russia” Vladimir Dmitrievich Krasnitsky, priest [John of Albinsky]. Moscow, 1922-1923 Antonin (Granovsky) emerges from the gates of the [Zaikonospassky] monastery surrounded by believers. Antonin (Granovsky) walks through the territory of the [Epiphany] monastery, communicates with two men.
Director
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Color
B&W
Film ID
2018
Keywords
christianity
Meterage
57,3
Number of Parts
1
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Other Creators
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Release Date
1923
Sound
No Sound

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