Ilarion

Ilarion

 

the first Russian metropolitan in Kiev (from 1051 until his appointment, he was a presbyter at a church in the prince’s village of Berestov near Kiev). His appointment as metropolitan was closely tied in with the efforts of Iaroslav the Wise to free the Russian church from Byzantine supervision. After 1055 no mention is made in the sources of that time of Ilarion or his fate.

Ilarion’s Discourse on Law and Grace (written between 1037 and 1050) is one of the outstanding publicistic works of ancient Rus’. It views equality among all peoples from a theological standpoint and praises the princes whose deeds brought fame to Russia abroad. His discourse concludes with a prayer for the Russian land and expresses Ilarion’s confidence that the Russian people will never be under foreign domination. Ilarion attempted to project a theory of world history that held that Christianity had gradually been spreading ever since its inception to embrace all peoples, including the Russians. His discourse reflects the concept formulated by Iaroslav the Wise of a Kievan state ecclesiastically independent from Byzantium.

REFERENCES

Zhdanov, I. N. “Slovo o zakone i blagodati i pokhvala kaganu Vladimiru.” Soch., vol. 1. St. Petersburg, 1904.
Müller, L. Des Mitropoliten Ilarion Lobrede auf Vladimir den Heiligenand Glaubensbekenntnis. Wiesbaden, 1962.
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Petar Beron, Vasil Aprilov, Ilarion Makariopolski, Neophyte Bozveli, Ekzarh Antim I, GS Rakovski, Vasil Levski, Lyuben Karavelov, Hristo Botev.
Speaking in Belarus after a meeting of the Russian Church's ruling body, Metropolitan Ilarion, a cleric, said the Holy Synod had been left with no choice but to sever ties with the Patriarchate in Istanbul, seat of the global spiritual leader of roughly 300 million Orthodox Christians.
To take an example from secular life, the decision is roughly equivalent to cutting diplomatic ties," the Russian Church's Metropolitan Ilarion was quoted by the RIA news agency as saying on September 14.
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1030), Ilarion I (1051-54), or Ioann II (1076/1077-post-August 1089).
Synopsis: In the pages of "Wisdom Keeper: One Man's Journey to Honor the Untold History of the Unangan People", Ilarion Merculieff weaves the remarkable strands of his life and culture into a fascinating account that begins with his traditional Unangan (Aleut) upbringing on a remote island in the Bering Sea, through his immersion in both the Russian Orthodox Church and his tribe's holistic spiritual beliefs.
Virtually all Ukrainian immigrants in Brazil before 1914 came from districts in eastern Galicia, where the Catholic Church was dominant (Ilarion 1986, 69-75).
(18) A century ago, the Kyivan scholar, Ilarion Ogienko, identified many of the literary sources from which Haliatovs'kyi drew his accounts, in particular those that insisted on the miraculous foretelling of Mary as Mother of God.
Ilarion di Volokolamsk, "Lo stato attuale delle relazione ortodosso-cattoliche." Vol.
For example, the "Sermon on Law and Grace" attributed to Orthodox Metropolitan Ilarion of Kyiv includes numerous anti-Judaic tropes; but did these concern real, local Jews of his own day, or only a theological abstraction also called "Jews"?