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Anastasy (Gribanovsky)

Metropolitan Anastasy (Gribanovsky) (1873–1965) was the second First Hierarch of the Russian Orthodox Church Outside of Russia. He was born into a priest’s family in the Tambov Province of Imperial Russia. He went on to study at Moscow Theological Academy under Archimandrite (later Metropolitan) Anthony (Khrapovitsky), the future head of ROCOR. He was ordained a priest and in 1906 consecrated as a vicar bishop in the Moscow diocese. A few years later he became Archbishop of Kishinev. After the Russian Revolution he joined ROCOR and served as the head of the Jerusalem Ecclesiastical Mission. After the death of Metropolitan Anthony in 1936, he was unanimously elected Metropolitan. Under his nearly thirty years as First Hierarch, ROCOR moved its headquarters to the United States from Germany and underwent a great expansion in America. He retired in 1964, seeing the election of his successor Metropolitan Philaret (Vosnesensky) and reposed in the Lord in 1965.  He is buried in a crypt beneath the altar of the main cathedral of Holy Trinity Monastery in Jordanville, NY.

 


Беседы с собственным сердцем

Духовные размышления и заметки.

Paperback    $12.95
9780884652250 | Published: January 1998


A Defence of Monasticism

The question is often asked, "Why monasticism?" This book sets forth a monastic apology.  Written by the second head of the Russian Orthodox Church Outside of Russia Metropolitan Anastassy (Gribanovsky), also a member of the monastic revival of late 19th century Russia.

Paperback    $6.95
9780884650553 | Published: January 2000


Юбилейный Сборник Митрополита Анастасия

50-летие архиерейскаго служения высокопреосвященнейшаго митрополита Анастасия

Paperback    $10.95
9780884652915 | Published: January 1956