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John of Shanghai Church. Personalities Bulgakov, Sergei

Metropolitan Antony

(Secular name Aleksey Pavlovich Khrapovitsky)
Metropolitan Antony of Kiev was founder of Russian Orthodox Church Outside Russia (ROCOR).

Born: 17 (29) March 1863; Vatagino, Kresteski, Novgorod province, Russia
Died: 28 July (10 August) 1936; Sremski Karlovci, Yugoslavia

First Hierarch of ROCOR:  1922 - 1936
Metropolitan of Kiev and Galicia:  30 May 1918
Metropolitan of Kharkov:  28 November 1917
Archbishop:  6 May 1906
Bishop:  7 September 1887 
Ordination:: 18 May 1885 

The Christ's sufferings in Gethsemane is central to the Savior's feat of redemption

Metropolitan Anthony considered not Golgotha, but the sufferings in Gethsemane, as central to the Savior's feat of redemption:

We must think that during that night at Gethsemane, the thoughts and feelings of the Godman encompassed all fallen men in their many billions, and wept with loving grief for all of them individually, which, of course, was only possible to the Divine, all-knowing heart. This was our atonement ... We are sure that the terrible sufferings of the Saviour at Gethsemane took place while beholding the sinful life and sinful nature of all human generations and that the words of the Lord "Let this cup pass from me" are not pointed to his upcoming Crucifixion and death, but to this, completely depressing to Him, feeling of profound grief for the sinful human race so beloved by Him.
Metropolitan Antony
"Dogmat of Redemtion"

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  • Selected Theological Works of Blessed Metropolitan Anthony (Khrapovitsky), translated by Tatiana Pavlova:
    Part I,
    Part II

       
     
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