What is the Difference Between Orthodoxy and Western Confessions?
Metropolitan Anthony (Khrapovitsky) of Kiev and Galich, 1863-1936, was one of the most highly respected and deeply loved Orthodox hierarchs of our times, a candidate for the restored Patriarchal See of Moscow in 1917, organizer and first primate of the Russian Church Abroad, and the spiritial father of the whole generation of Orthodox, most of all -- of St. John the Wonderworker of Shanghai and San Francisco . A careful and discerning reader of this article, first published in 1911 in St. Petersburg, will not only learn much about the historical ways of Christianity, but also gain insight into the legacy of the past century and the challenges we are about to face in the next one.
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But rather a spirit of chastity, humble-mindedness, patience, and love bestow upon me Thy servant. Prostration.
Yea, O Lord King, grant me to see my own failings and not to condemn my brother; for blessed art Thou unto the ages of ages. Amen. Prostration.]