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  • Our righteous father '''Maxim Sandovich''' (also ''Maximus'') of Gorlice, [[Protomartyr]] of the Lemko pe ...fter finishing four years of study at the local high school in Novy Sanch, Maxim crossed the border into Russia to become a [[novice]] at the [[Pochaev Lavr
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  • [[Image:Maksim.gif|right|frame|Bp. Maxim of Western America]] Bishop '''Maxim (Vasilijevic)''', also '''Maksim Vasiljevic''', is the [[bishop]] of the Di
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  • His Holiness '''Maxim (Minkov)''', [[Patriarch]] of Bulgaria and Bishop of Sofia, was the [[prima His Holiness Maxim was born Marin Naydenov Minkov on [[October 29]], 1914 in the village of Or
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  • #REDIRECT [[Maxim Leontiev]]
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  • The [[priest]] '''Maxim Leontiev''' of the [[Church of Russia|Russian Orthodox Church]] was the fir ...and children accepted the Chinese offer to serve the Chinese emperor. Fr. Maxim Leontiev was among this group that then traveled to, and settled in Beijing
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  • #REDIRECT [[Maxim (Vasilijević) of Western America]]
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  • ...n of Moscow, [[Philip II of Moscow|Philip]], the future prelate of Moscow, Maxim the Greek, [[Gury of Kazan|Gury]] and Barsonofius of Kazan, Akaki the bisho
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  • [[ro:Maxim Mărturisitorul]]
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  • '''diocesan:''' Bishop Dr [[Maxim (Vasilijevic) of Western America|Maxim]]
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  • ...he inhabitants of the [[Russia]]n border towns he had captured in China. [[Maxim Leontiev]], a [[priest]] who went with them, dedicated the first Orthodox c *Father [[Maxim Leontiev]], 1685-1712.
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  • ...Kim) of Kyzyl|Theophan (Kim)]], a Korean priestmonk, is priest for the St. Maxim the Greek chapel (which does services in foreign languages).
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  • * Priest Maxim Massalitin. [http://www.pravoslavie.ru/english/52051.htm The Untold Story o
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  • Our righteous father '''Maxim Sandovich''' (also ''Maximus'') of Gorlice, [[Protomartyr]] of the Lemko pe ...fter finishing four years of study at the local high school in Novy Sanch, Maxim crossed the border into Russia to become a [[novice]] at the [[Pochaev Lavr
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  • #REDIRECT [[Maxim Sandovich]]
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  • Fr. Maxim Kozlov, Church of the Holy Martyr Tatiana, Moscow State University.
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  • *[[Maxim (Vasilijevic) of Western America|Maxim (Vasiljevic)]], 2006-Present
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  • ...odal Canonization Commission completes its investigation of each case.<ref>Maxim Massalitin, [http://www.pravoslavie.ru/enarticles/040106180408 The New Mart
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  • ...s and the people has varied as the borders changed. The [[martyr]]dom of [[Maxim Sandovich]] illustrates the tenseness of these relations.
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  • ...f the Church of Bulgaria under [[Patriarch]] [[Maksim (Minkov) of Bulgaria|Maxim]] and the Bulgarian [[Synod]] of Bishops. The diocesan [[cathedral]] is Ss
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  • ...the triumph of Greece over Rome; the last and most signal instance of the maxim of Horace, Graecia capla ferum victorem cepit (captive Greece took its rude
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  • ...[February 24]], 2013, succeeding His Holiness [[Maxim (Minkov) of Bulgaria|Maxim]] who had reposed on [[November 6]], 2012.
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  • ...dic)]]), and Western America (Bp. [[Maxim (Vasilijevic) of Western America|Maxim]]) in the United States, the Diocese of Canada (Bp. [[Georgije (Djokic) of * Western America - Bp. Dr. [[Maxim (Vasilijevic) of Western America|Maxim (Vasilijevic)]]
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  • ...in 1927 and exiled to Nizhny Novgorod in 1928. He returned to Moscow after Maxim Gorky's wife, Ekaterina Peshkova, interceded for him. He was arrested again
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  • [[Image:Maksim.gif|right|frame|Bp. Maxim of Western America]] Bishop '''Maxim (Vasilijevic)''', also '''Maksim Vasiljevic''', is the [[bishop]] of the Di
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  • ...ogical Communion''. He appears, with Bishop Athanasius (Jevtic) and Bishop Maxim (Vasilijevic), as one of the main serbian disciples of Metropolitan John (Z
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  • ...on [[October 27]] and was burried in Krušedol Monastery in grave of Saint Maxim of Srem and Belgrade. He advised his bishops to re-establish relations wit
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  • *Bishop Maxim Vasiljevic. "All of Us Are Beggars: Theological Foundations of Philanthropy
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  • ...tablish this mission. In recent years, visiting clergy (including Bishop [[Maxim (Vasilijevic) of Western America]]) have come from the mainland to minister
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  • ...//www.westsrbdio.org Serbian Orthodox Diocese of Western America] - Bishop Maxim of Alhambra (Serbian Orthodox Church in the USA and Canada)
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  • His Holiness '''Maxim (Minkov)''', [[Patriarch]] of Bulgaria and Bishop of Sofia, was the [[prima His Holiness Maxim was born Marin Naydenov Minkov on [[October 29]], 1914 in the village of Or
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  • ...odal Canonization Commission completes its investigation of each case.<ref>Maxim Massalitin,[http://www.pravoslavie.ru/enarticles/040106180408 The New Marty
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  • *1712 Fr. [[Maxim Leontiev]] {{citation|Is he a saint? Which month did he die?}}
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  • ...commemorate the Chinese emperor and to begin preaching to the Chinese. Fr. Maxim reposed in 1712, thus ending his informal mission. With Fr. Maxim’s passing, a formal Orthodox Mission was formed that acted as the officia
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  • ...Christian vision of unity in a multicultural world – the approach of St Maxim the Confessor'' (Arabic), Al Nashra, Patriarchate of Antioch.
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  • *1914 Martyrdom of Fr. [[Maxim Sandovich]], Protomartyr of the [[w:Lemkos|Lemko]] people.
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  • * 1914 Martyrdom of Fr. [[Maxim Sandovich]], Protomartyr of the [[w:Lemkos|Lemko]] people; [[w:Christmas tr
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  • The [[priest]] '''Maxim Leontiev''' of the [[Church of Russia|Russian Orthodox Church]] was the fir ...and children accepted the Chinese offer to serve the Chinese emperor. Fr. Maxim Leontiev was among this group that then traveled to, and settled in Beijing
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  • ...f the Resurrection''; Group of 45 Albazin Russians, including [[Priest]] [[Maxim Leontiev]], are re-settled to Beijing by Chinese; [[w:Kangxi Emperor|Empero *1712 Death of Fr. [[Maxim Leontiev]]; Emperor Kangxi gives permission through the [[w:Lifan yuan|Lifa
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  • ...Beijing and provided an informal representation for the Russian tsar. Fr. Maxim died c. 1712. During the 1710s, an agreement was reached between the imperi
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  • It was a maxim with him, that a solitary ought not to choose the manual labour which is mo
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  • ..., titled ''Maxim Sandovich'', in 1931, about the [[martyr]]ed priest St. [[Maxim Sandovich]] in Carpatho-Russia.<ref>[http://www.rusyn.org/rusyns-literature
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  • ...a|Athanasius]], in a letter written about 371,<ref>Athanasius, ''Epist. ad Maxim. Philosoph.'' Opp. vol. i.</ref> compliments him on a work written in defen [[ro:Maxim Cinicul]]
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  • * Maxim I (Machutadze) – 1639-1657 * Maxim II (Abashidze) – 1776-1795
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  • ...ial hierarch. In January 2002 Archimandrite [[Maxim (Dmitriyev) of Barnaul|Maxim (Dmitriyev)]] was consecrated Bishop of Barnaul and Altai to lead the dioce *Bishop [[Maxim (Dmitriyev) of Barnaul|Maxim of Barnaul and Altai]] (2002-present)
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  • ...ulsory military service. In 1977, he was [[tonsure]]d [[subdeacon]] by Bp. Maxim (Krokha) of the Moscow Patriarchate in Omsk. His spiritual fathers were Sch .... He was [[ordination|ordained]] a [[deacon]] and then a [[priest]] by Bp. Maxim in Omsk. In 1983, he was elevated to [[Igumen]] and was appointed the confe
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  • ...graf Kovalevsky]], the liturgist Vsevolod Palashkovsky, the choir director Maxim Kovalevsky, [[Nikolai Alekseevich Poltoratsky]], and the iconographers [[Gr
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  • ...e became close to the theologian, [[Vladimir Lossky]], and to the brothers Maxim and [[Jean-Nectaire (Kovalevsky) of Saint-Denis|Evgraf Kovalevsky]].
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  • ...ld entail less ethical and moral compromise. Responding to a notice by the Maxim Gorky Literary Institute for young writers, Victor was accepted based on a
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  • ...tion was [[anathema|anathematized]] by the [[Holy Synod]] supporting Patr. Maxim. ...March 1997 the Supreme Administrative Court ruled that the registration of Maxim’s Holy Synod was invalid. To reconcile the schism, President Stoyanov, in
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  • ...Skete on Spruce Island. Both are under the omophorion of His Grace Bishop Maxim of the Western American Diocese of the [[Serbian Orthodox Church]]. The wom
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  • ...n Botosani county—as an only child to two ''very'' faithful peasants, '''Maxim''' and '''Katherine''' (Ecaterina). His [[baptism]] name was '''Elias''' (I
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  • ...his ordination to the [[priest]]hood on [[March 23]], 1976, both by Patr. Maxim at the Cathedral of "Sveta Nedelya" (St. Kyriaki) in Sofia. ...e Eparchy of Rousse on [[December 17]], 2001. Following the death of Patr. Maxim on [[November 6]], 2012, Metr. Neofit was elected Patriarch of Bulgaria on
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  • ...the schismatics' organization in Rousse. However in 1997, he re-joined the Maxim led [[synod]]. ...sse, Bulgaria, on [[April 15]], 2002. His funeral service was led by Patr. Maxim.
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  • after=[[Maxim (Minkov) of Bulgaria|Maxim (Minkov)]]}}
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  • ...t]] and was appointed protosyngellos of [[Diocese]] of Lovech. After Metr. Maxim was [[enthronement|enthroned]] as Patriarch of Bulgaria, Father Joseph was ...]. After defending his doctoral thesis, and with the blessing of the Patr. Maxim, Fr. Joseph was raised to the dignity of [[archimandrite]] by Patriarch [[P
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  • The late Patriarch [[Maxim (Minkov) of Bulgaria|Maxim]] of the Church of Bulgaria served as a [[novice]] at the monastery.
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