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Synonyms for archimandrite

the superior of an abbey of monks


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German was another one-time hegumen of the Iosifo-Volokolamskii Monastery, assigned with the creation of the Bogoroditskii Monastery in Sviiazhsk, and the other was Varsonofii, a former archimandrite of the Pesnoshskii Monastery, who founded an urban monastery in Kazan', the Spaso-Preobrazhenskii.
REVIVAL: Archimandrite Father Deiniol lights a candle in the church; Picture: RICHARD WILLIAMS
Farah also "deliberately ignored" the disciplinary council, violating seminary and monastic values, the statement added, saying the archimandrite committed "blatant violations of church rules and monastic heritage.
Archimandrite Tikhon will present the book and answer questions at the Library of Congress in the European Conference room of the Jefferson Building, at 11:00 am, October 5, 2012.
Rome-based Bulgarian priest archimandrite Kliment Bobchev, the Culture Ministry said.
Archimandrite Vasileios described the comprehensiveness of the Orthodox sacramental outlook and accompanying component of gratitude: "He is offered to us, broken and poured out.
Patriarch Hazim was assisted by Bishop Luca al-Khouri, Bishop Mousa al-Khouri and representative of the Russian Church in Damascus Archimandrite Alexandrov.
Jerusalem // Archimandrite Joasaph, 47 was head of the Russian Ecclesiastical Mission in Jerusalem.
Archimandrite Deiniol, administrator of the Welsh Orthodox Mission, said Orthodox believers had already increased in Wales, with ethnic Russians from Estonia and Latvia coming to Wales to work in the hospitality sector.
the exarch, Leonid Feodorov, and the archimandrite, Clement Sheptytsky) but most are still obscure and the extremely brief descriptions--only a couple of sentences for each--are too short to allow them to come to life the way the four featured in the earlier chapters do.
These include the wealthy Latin patron Paulinus of Nola (Italy), two anonymous members of the Pachomian monasteries in Egypt, and the Egyptian archimandrite Shenoute.
I Love, Therefore I Am: The Theological Legacy of Archimandrite Sophrony.
As one sign of that status, in 1998 the Ukranian Greek Catholic Patriarch, Myroslav-Ivan Lubochivsky, made Taft a "mitred archimandrite," the highest honor conferred on celibate religious priests in the Byzantine tradition.
Rome Melkite Archimandrite Father Mtanios Haddad pointed out that the external intervention in Syria's affairs, that attempts to dismantle the Syrian cohesion and evacuate the Middle East from its Christians, serves the Zionist scheme.
2 (Petra)--Minister of Tourism and Antiquities Nayef Al Fayez on Wednesday met with Head of the Russian Ecclesiastical Mission in Jerusalem, Archimandrite Alexander.