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List Of Churches In Philadelphia - Orthodox Church - Russian Orthodox
... Jurisdiction Russian Orthodox Church in the USA Image Church Location Saint Andrew's Cathedral 5th Street Fairmount Avenue St ...
St. Theodosius Russian Orthodox Cathedral
... Theodosius Russian Orthodox Cathedral is a Russian Orthodox parish located on Starkweather Avenue in the Tremont neighborhood, on the near west side of Cleveland ... It is considered one of the finest examples of Russian church architecture in the U.S ... The parish is the first Orthodox parish in Cleveland and is currently under the jurisdiction of the Diocese of the Midwest of the Orthodox Church in America ...
List Of Churches In Moscow - List of Churches By Districts - Northwest
... of completion Denomination District Alexander Nevsky Kurkino !Church of the Orthodox Ruler Alexander Nevsky at the military basis Kurkino 1996 Russian Orthodox Kurkino 55°53′38.41″N 37°23′17.43″E ...
Culture Of England - Religion - Christianity
... Roman Catholicism • Methodism • Pentecostal • Eastern Orthodox Churches (such as Russian Orthodox and Greek Orthodox) • Oriental Orthodoxy Construction of the Cathedral ... There are various Russian Orthodox groups in England ... for many years bishop, archbishop then metropolitan bishop of the diocese of the Russian Orthodox Diocese of Sourozh, the Russian Orthodox Moscow Patriarchate's diocese for Great Britain and Ireland ...

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