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Metropolitan Anthony (Khrapovitsky). Metropolitan Anthony (Khrapovitsky).

Metropolitan Anthony (Khrapovitsky). I am the good shepherd, and know my sheep, and am known of mine (John 10:14). Our Lord Jesus Christ spoke these words of Himself, meaning that He knows His sheep, that is, True Christians, and these sheep know Him. So, brethren, only he can be a sheep of Christ’s flock who wishes to know Christ. Although the Lord even now lives with us visibly, He guides His flock through those ordained by the Holy Spirit to be our pastors and archpastors, among whom was St Nicholas, in whose church we stand today.

Metropolitan Antony, or Anthony (Russian: Митрополит Антоний, secular name Aleksey Pavlovich Khrapovitsky, Russian: Алексей Павлович Храповицкий; 17 March (. 1863 – 10 August 1936) was a bishop of the Russian Orthodox Church in the Russian Empire, the Metropolitan of Kiev and Galicia, who after the defeat of Gen Pyotr Wrangel′s White Army in South Russia in November 1920 emigrated and in 1921 settled down in Sremski Karlovci, Serbia.

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Труд митрополита Антония (Храповицкого) Selected Theological Works Of Blessed Metropolitan. Spirit upon the life of the Apostles and upon the arrangement of the Church of Christ. With this, we shall only pause at the circumstance that the endowment of joyful patience is possible only through the "other Comforter, but not through Jesus Christ Himself.

Metropolitan Anthony was born Alexei Pavlovich Khrapovitsky on March 17, 1863, in Vatagino village of Kresteski district of Novgorod province, Russia. His parents were members of the Russian nobility.

Thanks to Metropolitan Anthony’s struggles, the Church Abroad was able to successfully navigate . May the Lord God grant rest to the bright souls of the ever-memorable Most Blessed Metropolitan Anthony and Archpriest Pavel!

Thanks to Metropolitan Anthony’s struggles, the Church Abroad was able to successfully navigate the most tumultuous years after her founding. We earnestly ask that all clergy commemorate the Most Blessed Metropolitan Anthony at the divine services this weekend, as well as the murdered Archpriest Pavel (Paul) Adelgeim, who was stabbed to death on August 5. August 13 marks his ninth day. May the Lord God grant rest to the bright souls of the ever-memorable Most Blessed Metropolitan Anthony and Archpriest Pavel! Source: Eastern American Diocese. Do you see a mistake in the text?

Metropolitan of Kiev and Galicia Antony, 1917/1920, From . Metropolitan Antony (Khrapovitsky) with Russian students from the theological faculty of the University of Belgrade, 1924/1924, From the collection o. .

Metropolitan of Kiev and Galicia Antony, 1917/1920, From the collection of: Solzhenitsyn Centre of Russian Emigré Studies. Metropolitan of Kiev and Galicia Antony 1917 - 1920. Metropolitan Antony blessing monks of Saint Pantaleimon’s Monastery on Holy Mount Athos, 1920/1920, From the collection of: Solzhenitsyn Centre of Russian Emigré Studies. Metropolitan Antony blessing monks of Saint Pantaleimon’s Monastery on Holy Mount Athos 1920. Metropolitan Antony (Khrapovitsky) with Russian students from the theological faculty of the University of Belgrade, 1924/1924, From the collection of: Solzhenitsyn Centre of Russian Emigré Studies.

Antony (Khrapovitsky). Metropolitan Anthony (Russian: Митрополит Антоний, secular name Aleksey Pavlovich Khrapovitsky, Russian: Алексей Павлович Храповицкий; 17 March 1863 – 10 August 1936) was an Orthodox Christian bishop in Russia, who after the Russian Revolution of 1917 played a part in restoring the Moscow Patriarchate. After Lenin and the Bolsheviks seized power in October 1917 he left Russia, and became a founder of Russian Orthodox Church Outside Russia.

The life of Metropolitan Antony Khrapovitsky, prolific writer and theologian of the pre-revolutionary Russian Orthodox Church and first First Hierarch of the Russian Orthodox Church Outside of Russia.