Bazarov John Ioannovich( confessor Her Majesty the Queen Wц+rttemberg)
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Biography Bazarov John Ioannovich
born June 21, 1819 in Tula, where his father was the archpriest, studied at the seminary, Tula and St. Petersburg Theological Academy, which finished in 1843. In 1844 he was ordained a priest of the Russian Church in Frankfurt and at the same time seconded to Wiesbaden consist confessor at soon and then died (1844), Grand Duchess Elizabeth Mikhailovna. In 1845 the Holy Synod raised his father John in the Master of Divinity. In 1851 took his transfer to Stuttgart, according to the request of Grand Duchess Olga Nikolaevna (then Crown Princess of Wц+rttemberg) to have him as their spiritual. Since about. John, built in 1853 in Archpriests, permanent stands at the head of the Russian court of the church in Stuttgart. But he has repeatedly happened pontificate and other Germanic cities, such as Kissinger, Fridrihsgafene when they stayed the deceased emperor and empress. While living abroad, the father of John the many for his work contributed to the spread of many among the Western clergy accurate information about the Russian Orthodox Church. These include: "Ueber kirchliche Sitten und Gebrauche in Russland" (in the "Frankfurter Kathol. Kirchenblatt ", 1855);" Panchis (Greek) oder Ordnung der Gebete fur die Verstorbenen "(Shtutg., 1855);" Die Ehe nach der Lehre und dem Ritus der Orthodoxen russ. Kirche "(Karlsruhe, 1857, translated into English Bierringom in New York);" Die russ. orthodoxe Kirche "(Shtutg., 1873) and others. In addition, B. published many essays and in Russian: "Legends, borrowed from the sacred books in. and H. Testament "(Karlsruhe, . 1854); further editions, . under the title: "The biblical story" came out in Russia (last - 24-e, . Petersburg., . 1888); "Dzhunkovsky" ( "Orthodox Review", . 1866, . N 4); "Encyclical Dzhunkovsky against Rome" (St. Petersburg, . 1867, . translated from French), etc.,
. (Died in 1895. See. A story. Rhodes in the Orthodox Theological Encyclopedia ", a publication. Lopukhin t. II, St. Petersburg., 1901).