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Exhibition about Persecutions on Church to be Held in Moscow
8.11.2012 14:54
Exhibition about Persecutions on Church to be Held in Moscow

 Exhibition "Overcoming: Russian Church and the Soviet Power" will be held from November 8 to December 9 in the State Central Museum of Modern History of Russia in Moscow.

      The exposition is dedicated to the persecutions that the Church was subject to in the Soviet era. 

      According to the rector of Orthodox St. Tikhon University archpriest Vladimir Vorobyov, within 20 years its historians have collected numerous evidences of confession and martyrdom, traced thousands of destinies, analyzed the history of the intra church disputes provoked by persecutors, and bright pages of fight of the atheistic state against the Orthodox Church.

      According to the organizers, the main goal of the exhibition is “to display the history of spiritual resistance to godlessness and to learn the lessons taught by our martyrs to us”.


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Orthodoxy Exhibitions in Moscow Atheism   

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