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A St. Petersburg priest faces up to ten years in prison for speaking out against the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
Russia's 2022 Easter proceedings were tainted by the ongoing war in Ukraine.
“If you had a fight with your wife, then you should ask for forgiveness like this: 'Darling, please forgive me for asking you to marry me….' There is a real chance that suddenly your wife will smile and forgive you. True, wives are unpredictable in their grievances—you can die from violence.”
In the face of anxiety and uncertainty, sales of books about tarot cards, karma, and other esoteric, spiritual practices are skyrocketing in Russia.
Religious or not, January 19th marks the day in which thousands of Russians dunk themselves in freezing waters for the annual Epiphany swim.
A high-school biology teacher wasn't expecting officials of the Russian Orthodox Church to be so vocal about a recent lesson.
Two books reviewed: one on the origin of two perfumeries, another that is a memoir of an archpriest.
A court case in the city of Perm unveils a story combining three quintessentially Soviet things: bathhouses, religious oppression, and an (extremely) intrusive surveillance state.
Instead of reveling in the bright lights of a Moscow Christmas celebration, Putin decided to take in the holiday at a small church in a small town.
A town on the Turkish coast preserves the memory of one of Russia’s most venerated saints.
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