December 2018

Katia Kallaur, St Seraphim Memorial Church, Sea Cliff, NY

What is Monarchy and What Example Can it Serve for Today’s Youth? Katia Kallaur, St Seraphim Memorial Church, Sea Cliff, NY: – I brought my children to the symposium, because it’s very important that they participate in such events. Maybe they don’t understand everything now, because they didn’t cover these topics in school. But I […]

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Nicholas Straut, St Elizabeth Parish, Rocky Hill, NJ

Thoughts after the symposium “Remembering the 100th year of the Royal Martyrs” Nicholas Straut, St Elizabeth Parish, Rocky Hill, NJ: – I attended a similar symposium last year; everything having to do with the history of Russia is interesting to me. I learned a lot from today’s lecture. It was interesting to contrast contemporary forms […]

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November 2018

Isaiah Trofimenko, member of the St Vladimir Youth Association

Thoughts after the symposium “Remembering the 100th year of the Royal Martyrs” Isaiah Trofimenko, member of the St Vladimir Youth Association: – I’ve been interested in history since childhood, and think that all young people who grew up in the Russian Church Abroad usually like history. Our church is very closely bound to Russian history, […]

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William Bortins, student at King’s College, NY

What is Monarchy and What Example Can it Serve for Today’s Youth? William Bortins, student at King’s College, NY: – I myself am American, I have no Russian blood. But last year I traveled to Russia, where I spent three weeks. One week was on a cruise on the Volga River, later a week in […]

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