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|Other Titles:||On the Reunion of the Russian Orthodox Church and the Russian Orthodox Church Abroad|
the Russian Orthodox Church;the Russian Orthodox Church Abroad;the reunion of the two churches;Russian overseas people’s culture
|Issue Date:||2016-05-31 15:17:30 (UTC+8)|
At the beginning of the 20th century revolution and the civil war in Russia led to the disunion of the Russian Orthodox Church, which was divided into the Russian Orthodox Church and the Russian Orthodox Church Abroad. The former supported Soviet political power, while the latter was for the Russia monarchy. With the vigorous efforts made by the new Russian government the two churches got reunited at the beginning of the 21st century. The reunion of the two churches marks the return of Russian overseas people and their culture, represents Russian enhanced national cohesion, which is in tune with the times of Russian revival. However, regarding common people’s responses to the event, the final reunion of the two churches still needs to wait a little longer. It is believed that the reunion of the two churches will be accepted by more and more Orthodox Christians in the course of the frequent communication between the two churches.
Journal of Russian Philology
|Appears in Collections:||[俄語學報 ] 期刊論文|
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