A question without barbs: How exactly was the Tsar and his family canonized in the Synod? As you all know, the Tsar and the family were canonized asNov 1, 2000 1 of 3View SourceA question without barbs: How exactly was the Tsar and his family canonized
in the Synod? As you all know, the Tsar and the family were canonized as
Passion-bearers by the MP in August of this year. How were they styled in
dear in Christ Nikolai, do you have any further, more detailed info on the Church of the Tsar-martyr Nikolai - do you have any photos. I am trying to gatherNov 1, 2000 1 of 3View Sourcedear in Christ Nikolai,
do you have any further, more detailed info on the Church of the Tsar-martyr
Nikolai - do you have any photos. I am trying to gather info on log churches
Thank you, Father Basil Grisel
Holy New Martyrs & Confessors of Russia Church
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From: "Nikolaj" <pravoslavie@...>
To: "Orthodox Synod" <email@example.com>
Sent: Monday, October 30, 2000 12:28 AM
Subject: [orthodox-synod] Church dedicated to the Tsarist martyrs
> Dear Friends in Christ.
> I am most pleased to be able
> to tell you, that in the village
> of Nikolskaya near St, Petersburg,
> a Church has been erected
> and dedicated to the Tsarmartyr Nikolaj
> of Holy Russia !
> The Church is in the ancient, wooden style
> that so pleased the Tsarist Martyrs.
> This is the first Church to be build and
> dedicated to the Tsarmartyr after the canonization
> by the Russian Orthodox Church
> of the Tsar in August this year.
> The Church is called "Tserkov Nikolaya Vtorogo"
> (Church of Nikolaj the second)
> Before the revolution here was another
> Church, dedicated to St Nicholas the Wonderworker,
> but it was destroyed by the godless communists.
> The main priest of this new Church is presently the main
> priest also serving in Feodorovsky Sobor in Tsarskoe Selo.
> Holy Tsarmartyr Nikolaj!
> Pray unto God for us sinners!
> In Christ
> "Do not become a Disciple of one who
> praises himself, in case you learn pride
> instead of Humility."
> (St. Mark the Ascetic)
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