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  • The Holy [[Martyr]]s '''Peter and Stephan of Kazan''' were muslim Tatars who became Christians, in 1552, during the t ...ircumstances behind the conversion and [[baptism]] of Peter are not known. Stephan, who was an elderly Tatar, met a [[priest]] from Moscow, Fr. Timothy. The e
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  • *1947 Jan 18: Bp [[Stephan (Sevbo) of Vienna|Stephan (Sevbo)]] appointed Bishop of Vienna and Austria. Fr Theodore became Dean,
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  • ...til the conversion of another bishop from the [[Russian Orthodox Church]], Stephan (Rastorguev), in September 1929. Four more bishops were ordained in subsequ *Stephan (Rastorguev)
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  • ...is death. Bp. Joasaph and his companions, Hieromonk Makary and Hierodeacon Stephan, perished as their ship ''Phoenix'' met with a serious storm and sank near
    4 KB (684 words) - 20:07, March 11, 2012
  • ...rit]], St. [[Ahmed the Deftedar]], St. [[Abu of Tbilisi]], St. [[Peter and Stephan of Kazan]].
    17 KB (2,537 words) - 09:36, November 29, 2018
  • ...cal priest with the title of Metropolitan [[Stephan (Petrovich) of Toronto|Stephan (Petrovich)]]. Additionally, in 1998 four parishes of the united jurisdict
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  • The Holy [[Martyr]]s '''Peter and Stephan of Kazan''' were muslim Tatars who became Christians, in 1552, during the t ...ircumstances behind the conversion and [[baptism]] of Peter are not known. Stephan, who was an elderly Tatar, met a [[priest]] from Moscow, Fr. Timothy. The e
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  • ...preaching Christianity to the Bulgars.{{Ref|17}} In 1552 Sts. [[Peter and Stephan of Kazan]], baptized Tatars, suffered at the hands of their former coreligi
    15 KB (2,260 words) - 18:49, May 29, 2020
  • *St. [[Peter and Stephan of Kazan]].
    3 KB (408 words) - 18:17, October 23, 2012
  • ...Prime Minister N. Gruevski. Metropolitan Hilarion also met with Archbishop Stephan, head of the Macedonian Orthodox Church, who is outside of communion with t
    12 KB (1,779 words) - 00:25, February 10, 2015
  • ...ed a charter for the monastery with an endowment to support the monastery. Stephan's remains are preserved in the Decani church in a coffin at the head of the
    12 KB (1,842 words) - 05:09, September 3, 2013
  • ...ule. In 1714, Prince Constantine was executed by the Turks. His successor, Stephan Cantaczino, the last prince of Wallachia, was executed in 1716. The Phanari
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  • ..., grew for return of the monastery to the Orthodox Church. In 1823, Bishop Stephan of Volhynia petitioned the Emperor Alexander I for return of Pochaev Monast
    10 KB (1,522 words) - 01:25, July 24, 2008
  • ...d was consecrated on [[April 10, 1799]]. Hieromonk Makary and Hierodeacon Stephan had accompanied him on the journey; unfortunately all three perished at sea
    12 KB (1,905 words) - 18:14, May 29, 2020
  • ...nding architectural landmarks of the world. A second church, the Church St Stephan the Archdeacon, was added to the monastery complex in the seventeenth centu
    4 KB (558 words) - 15:41, July 9, 2010
  • * 1342 [[Sergius of Radonezh]] with his brother Stephan founded Holy Trinity Lavra; * 1379-1396 Missionary activity of Equal-to-the-Apostles [[Stephen of Perm|Stephan of Perm]] (1340-1396), Enlightener of Komi
    26 KB (3,720 words) - 19:04, February 18, 2014
  • *Order of Blessed Prince Stephan the Great (Orthodox Church in Moldova) - 1st degree
    4 KB (590 words) - 18:28, June 19, 2015
  • * Stephan – 1490-1516
    8 KB (929 words) - 01:21, August 15, 2010
  • *Stephan III (1155-1195)
    15 KB (2,235 words) - 07:49, April 30, 2017
  • ...ions, including a legation to the Serbian king [[Stefan Uros III of Serbia|Stephan Uroš III]].
    4 KB (543 words) - 16:47, December 12, 2011