Clergy and Monastic Veterans of the Second World War

May 9 marks Victory Day, the anniversary of the capitulation of Nazi Germany to the Soviet Union in the Second World War (in Russia, known as the Great Patriotic War). To honor the veterans of this War, we offer the following photo essay of clergy and monastics who served in defense of their country.
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Priest Theodore Puzanov (1888-1965)


Archimandrite Alypy (in the world, Ivan Mikhailovich Voronov) (1914-1975)


Archimandrite Niphont (in the world, Nikolai Glazov) (1918-2004)


Archpriest Nikolai Kolosov (1915-2011)


Archbishop Micah (in the world, Alexander Alexandrovich Harharov) (1921-2005)


Professor Archpriest Gleb Kaleda (1921-1994)


Nun Adriana (in the world, Natalia Vladimirovna Malyshev) (1921-2012)


Archpriest Vasily Brylev (1924-2011)


Archpriest Arian Pniewski (b. 1924)


Archpriest Alexy Osipov (1924-2004)


Archpriest Boris Bartov (b. 1926)


Archpriest Alexander Smolkin (1926-2002)


Archpriest Sergei Vishnevsky (b. 1926)


Archpriest Valentin Biryukov (b. 1922)


Protodeacon Nikolai Popovich (b. 1926)


Protodeacon Marcian Parsons


Monk Samuel (in the world, Alexy Ivanovich Malkov) (b. 1924)


Nun Elizabeth (in the world, Vera Dmitrieva) (1923-2011)


Archpriest Roman Kosovsky (85 years old)


Matushka Sophia (in the world, Katherine Mikhailovna Osharina)


Metropolitan Alexy (Konoplyev) of Tver and Kashin (1910-1988)


Archimandrite Kirill (Pavlov) (b. 1919)


Archimandrite Peter (Kucher) (b. 1926)


Patriarchal Archdeacon Andrei Mazur (b. 1927)


Archpriest Vasily Ermakov (1927-2007)


Metropolitan Nikolai (Kutepov) of Nizhny Novgorod and Arzamas


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