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Sergius (Ivan Nikolayevich Stragorodsky), patriarch


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Eparhy of Vyborg and Finland
The Eparchy of Vyborg and Finland. In 1809 Finland was included into the Russian Empire. There were about twenty five thousand members of the Orthodox Church (the majority of members was in the Ladoga rigion) in sixteen parishes of Finland in... more

Lounatioki Convent of St. Seraphim
The Lounatioki Woman Monastic Community of St. Seraphim (the village of Zakhodnoye, the Vyborg district). It was founded in the 1900s with the blessing of archbishop of Finland Sergius (Stragorodsky) in a dacha area Lounatioki (from 1948 the... more

Sergy (Stragorodsky) (1867-1944), patriarch, clergy figure
Sergy (Ivan Nikolayevich Stragorodsky; 1867–1944), Patriarch. He graduated from the seminary of Nizhny Novgorod (1886) and the Ecclesiastical Academy in St Petersburg (1890; Doctor of Theology). On 30 January 1890 he was professed as a monk, on 21... more

Victor (K.A. Ostrovidov 1875-1934), bishop, priest-martyr, clergy figure
Victor (Konstantin Aleksandrovich Ostrovidov; 1875-1934), a bishop, priest-martyr. K.A. ostrovidov was graduated the Kazan Ecclesiastical Academy in 1903. From 1909 he was in brethren of the Alexander Nevsky Lavra; in 1910 he was appointed the... more