The Russian Church is the most rapidly growing organization in Russia

admin | 24 November 2015
Moscow, November 24, Interfax - The Moscow Patriarchate develops much more rapidly if compared to other religious organizations in Russia, renowned religious expert Roman Silantyev said.
The Russian Church is the most rapidly growing organization in Russia

“Every year our Church becomes more powerful and plays more important role in our society. Today the Russian Orthodox Church is the most rapidly growing religious organization in Russia: for the last ten years the number of its legal entities has grown for 25%,” Silantyev said in his interview with the Russkaya Planetawebsite.

According to the expert, Muslims and Buddhist achieved growth of 20%, while “Protestants stagnated in a range of one percent.”

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