Russian-church



noun
1.
Russian Orthodox Church.
Russian Orthodox Church
noun
1.
the autocephalous Eastern Church in Russia: the branch of the Orthodox Church that constituted the established church in Russia until 1917.
Russian Orthodox Church
noun
1.
the national Church of Russia, constituting a branch of the Eastern Church presided over by the Patriarch of Moscow

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