Russian Orthodox


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Adj.1.Russian Orthodox - of or relating to or characteristic of the Eastern Orthodox Church
faith, religion, religious belief - a strong belief in a supernatural power or powers that control human destiny; "he lost his faith but not his morality"
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'If I were to recognize the Russian orthodox religion and emancipate the serfs, do you think Russia would come over to me?'"
The Russian embassy distanced itself from the individual and the parish, saying Ivanov had no ties to Russian Orthodox Church and never had any.
After its initial stance of resistance to communist oppression, the Russian Orthodox Church as an institution ultimately survived communist rule through tense acquiescence, with its senior ranks deeply infiltrated by the security state, and opponents driven out.
Unidentified perpetrators damaged 35 wooden crosses and marble tombs at the Russian orthodox cemetery in Ananyevo village.
For more than three centuries, Ukraine and Russia have been united in the Russian Orthodox Church.
The relations between the Orthodox churches have been strained due to the request of Kiev Patriarchate in Ukraine to gain independence from the Russian Orthodox Church.
As church tensions have grown, Ukraine's Security Service has searched Russian Orthodox churches and the homes of Russian Orthodox priests in several cities.
In turn, Metropolitan Hilarion affirmed support of his country and the Russian Orthodox Church to the Syrian people, hoping that the Church would provide the necessary medical support for the wounded in Syria.
The Ukrainian church had been under the Russian Orthodox Church since 1686.
Also, the influence and helpfulness of the Russian Orthodox Church (for years) among the Russian troops and their families cannot be overstated.
The order was conferred to Mehriban Aliyeva by Patriarch Kirill of Moscow and All Russia for her support of the Russian Orthodox Church, as well as her outstanding contributions to strengthening friendship between Russia and Azerbaijan.

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