|Statement||edited by Vladimir Tsurikov.|
|Series||Readings in Russian religious culture ;, v. 1|
|LC Classifications||BX597.F48 P48 2003|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||206 p. :|
|Number of Pages||206|
|LC Control Number||2003112053|
Miracles of St. Philaret Metropolitan of Moscow () by Holy Trinity Monastery, , available at Book Depository with free delivery :// Philaret, Metropolitan of Moscow, perspectives on the man, his works, and his times (Book) The life and thought of Filaret Drozdov, the thorny path to sainthood by Nicholas S Racheotes (Book) Filaret, Metropolitan of Moscow, ) found: Encyc. Brit., 15th: v. 17, p. (Philaret (secular name: Vasili Mikhailovich Drozdov), ; Metropolitan of Moscow and outstanding theologian who helped by his teachings, sermons, and writings to reform the Russian Orthodox Church) Life. Metropolitan Philaret (Vassily Mikhailovich Drozdov) was born Decem , in Kolomna, a Moscow Province, into the family of a deacon who later became a priest.. From , Vassily Drozdov studied in the Kolomna Seminary, where courses were taught in Latin.; From March , he studied in the Moscow Holy Trinity Theological Seminary, where he completed his degree on Decem (Drozdov)_of_Moscow.
†Our Holy Father Philaret, Metropolitan of Moscow () November Born of a priestly family near Moscow in , he entered seminary at a young age and soon distinguished himself for his piety and his scholarship of ancient languages. He was tonsured a monk, but was made a professor at the seminary in Moscow, where his expositions of the Faith, spoken and written, caused him to be Saint Philaret (Drozdov) was born on Decem in Kolomna, a suburb of Moscow, and was named Basil in Baptism. His father was a deacon (who later became a priest). The young Basil studied at the Kolomna seminary, where courses were taught in St. Philaret of Moscow There are some even among Christians, to whom the gifts of the Holy Ghost seem so strange, that although they dare not entirely reject them, they nevertheless refer them to other persons and to other times, and without acknowledging the necessity of being “born again,” content themselves either with a vain hope in the merits of the Mediator, or even with Filaret of Moscow (–). Russian Orthodox renewer of the Church, and Metropolitan of Moscow. Through the Holy Synod from , he worked for the independence of Church from State, but in he was excluded from the synod because of his support for translations of /christianity/christianity-general/metropolitan-filaret.
PHILARET, fî"lā-ret' (VASILY MIKHAIL0VICH DROZDOV): Russian prelate; b. at Kolomna (58 m. s.s.e. of Moscow) ; d. at Moscow Dec. 1, He was educated at the seminaries of Kolomna and St. Sergius Lavra, and on the completion of his studies was at A brief life of the recently canonized () Metropolitan of Moscow is followed by accounts of miracles worked through his prayers. He was an intellectual, a poet, a statesman, a patriot, an inspiring homilist, and is a wonder-working :// Metropolitan Philaret (secular name Vasily Mikhaylovich Drozdov, 26 December – 1 December ) was Metropolitan of Moscow and Kolomna and most influential figure in the Russian Orthodox Church for more than 40 years, from to He was canonized on 13 October and his feast day is celebrated on November Metropolitan of Moscow. Son of a church cantor, he was educated at the Troitskii laura, near Moscow, became lecturer at its seminary in , and took monastic vows in Ordained in , he held the chair in philosophy in the seminary in St. Petersburg, also lecturing in theology in the Ecclesiastical ://