Published September 2001
by Edwin Mellen Press .
Written in English
|Contributions||James Lawton Haney (Translator)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||228|
An Interpretive Essay / James Lawton Haney --Introduction --Kharlampovich, the Author --Aspects of Russian Orthodox Culture in the First Half of the Nineteenth Century --Makarii's Spiritual Roots --Makarii's Vision for the Expansion of the Church --The Altai Mission Legacy --An Epilogue --Archimandrite Makarii Glukharev: A Biographical Sketch. Archimandrite Makarii (Glukharev) (–) and Father Vasily Ivanovich Verbitskii (/8–) were both missionaries in the Altai region of Siberia. Their careers span the years to , a sixty-year period during which the Mission’s work flowered among the indigenous Turkic speaking inhabitants of the area and many thousands of Cited by: 1. The Venerable Makarii, Missionary to the Altai () was a Russian archimandrite who founded the Altai mission in In the year , the Russian Orthodox Church glorified him as a saint, commemorated on May Fr. Makarii--née Mikhail--was born Octo in Viaz'ma (Smolensk Province), to parents Fr Iakov and Agafiia Glukharev. He also had a younger brother, Aleksei. The hagiographical work presented here recounts the life of Makarii (born Mikhail Yakovlevich Glukharev, ‒), a noted linguist and scholar who founded the Altay (or Altai) Spiritual Mission in Siberia in The work was issued in to celebrate the 75th anniversary of the founding of the mission. Makarii taught at several seminaries in European Russia before asking to be sent as.
This hagiographic text tells the story of the life and work of Mikhail Glukharev (–), who took the monastic name Makarii. As a missionary to the Altai Mountains in southwest Siberia, Makarii played an important role in the expansion of the Russian Orthodox Church into Siberia in the early 19th century. Makarii was an Old Testament scholar and a linguist who translated a number of Old. In the early 19th century, the Russian Orthodox Church turned its attention to the more remote regions of Siberia, particularly the Altay, or Altai. One of the notable missionaries to the region was Makarii (born Mikhail Yakovlevich Glukharev, ‒). Makarii was a noted linguist and scholar who taught at several seminaries in European Russia before asking to be sent as a missionary to. Orthodoxwiki The Venerable Makarii, Missionary to the Altai () was a Russian archimandrite who founded the Altai mission in In the year , the Russian Orthodox Church glorified him as a saint, commemorated on May Early life Fr. Makarii--né Mikhail--was born Octo in Viaz'ma (Smolensk Province), to parents Fr Iakov and Agafiia Glukharev. Vested as a bishop, holding a Gospel Book Macarius (Макарий in Russian) ( – Janu ) was a notable Russian cleric, writer, and icon painter who served as the Metropolitan of Moscow and all Russia from until
Kharlampovich, Konstantin Vasil’evich Archimandrite Makarii Glukharev–Founder of the Altai Mission. Puah Rakovsky, My Life as a Radical Jewish Woman: Memoirs of a Zionist Feminist in Poland. Dan Healey, Homosexual Desire in Revolutionary Russia: The . The short hagiographical text presented here recounts the life of Makarii (born Mikhail Yakovlevich Glukharev, ‒), known as the “apostle of the Altay,” and describes his followers. Makarii was a noted linguist and scholar who taught at several seminaries in European Russia before asking to be sent as a missionary to Siberia. He was part of a group that established the Altay. in Pis* ma arkhimandrita Glukharev Makariia a, osnovatelia Altaiskoi missii, ed. by K. V. Kharlampovich (Kazan: Tsentral'naia tipografiia, ), pp. The "Bibliograficheskii ocherk," which is separately paginated, is hereafter referred to as "Kharlampovich." For brief accounts see N. B.—(v), "Makarii (v mire Mikhail Iakovlevich. Makarii Born ; died Dec. 31, Ecclesiastical and political figure; archbishop of Novgorod from ; metropolitan of Moscow and all Rus’ from Makarii, a staunch supporter of the strengthening of autocratic authority and a representative of the Josephites, was a proponent of a powerful militant position for the church. It was under his.