Protopresbyter John and Matushka Marie Meyendorff

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Protopresbyter John Meyendorff (1926–1992)

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Matushka Marie O. Meyendorff (born Mojaysky) (1929- )


Ivan may be spelt Ioann, Jean, John.

Marie may be spelt Maria, Mary.

Theophile may be spelt Feofil.

Mojaysky may be spelt Mozhaisky, Mojaïsky.


Ivan (Jean) Feofilovitch Baron von Meyendorff was born on 17 February, 1926, in Neuilly-sur-Seine (a western suburb of Paris), France. He was born, 1 of 3 children, of Russian emigré parents, barons of Baltic German aristocratic lineage, who had fled the Bolshevik Revolution. His father, Theophile (Feofil) Baron von Meyendorff, was an artist who painted portraits and miniatures on ivory. His mother, Catherine Schidlovsky, assisted her husband by establishing contacts for him.

Education

Jean Meyendorff attended various schools in Paris and in Biarritz, where the family spent most of World War II. When he had completed his secondary education, he enrolled simultaneously at the Orthodox Theological Institute of Saint Sergius, in Paris, and at the Sorbonne University, which awarded him the “License ès-lettres” degree in 1948. In 1949, he received a “Diplôme d’Études Supérieures” degree. At the "Institut Saint-Serge", he studied with luminaries of the Russian Orthodox diaspora, including Father Georges Florovsky. After graduating from Saint-Serge in 1949, he taught there until 1959. While he was preparing his doctorate for the Sorbonne, he also worked for the “Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique”, from which he received a “Diplôme de l'école pratique des Hautes Etudes” in 1954.

Marriage

On 22 January, 1950, Jean Meyendorff and Marie Mojaysky were crowned in Holy Matrimony. In time, the couple received from the Lord 4 children : Paul, Serge, Elizabeth, Anna. The parents of Marie Mojaysky (related to the Russian pioneer of flight, Aleksandr F Mozhaysky) eventually took up residence near the Protection Monastery in Bussy-en-Othe (founded 1946) in North Bourgogne, when her father retired.

Jean Meyendorff completed one year of military service, largely with the “Train des Équipages”, in October, 1952.

He earned the degree "Doctorat ès Lettres" from the Sorbonne in 1958 with a groundbreaking doctoral thesis on the theological subject of the teachings of Saint Gregory Palamas.

During his 10 years of teaching at "L’Institut Saint-Serge" in Paris, Jean Meyendorff was an Assistant Professor of Church History, and he was also a Fellow at the "Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique".

Ordinations

In 1959, Jean Meyendorff was ordained to the Holy Diaconate and then to the Holy Priesthood.

Transfer to the USA ; pastoral, teaching service

After his ordinations, the Priest John Meyendorff and his family moved to the USA. There, he joined the faculty of Saint Vladimir's Orthodox Theological Seminary, which at that time was located at 121st Street and Broadway, in rooms belonging to Union Seminary. Father John served as Professor of Church History and Patristics. The family lived in this area also. Then, in 1962, the seminary relocated in Crestwood, Tuckahoe, New York, and the family moved into a house on Scarsdale Road, not far from the seminary.

Soon after moving to New York, Father John Meyendorff and his family took advantage of the availability of lakeside property at Lac Labelle, Québec, where the Troubetzkoy family had originally settled, and where the [Protopresbyter Alexander and Matushka Juliana Schmemann Schmemann] family had subsequently established a summer home. They bought an affordable property which enabled them to rest in the summer, and to have a suitable atmosphere for praying, and for working on the writing of many articles and books. During the summers, he would sometimes serve in the chapel of Saint Sergius, Labelle, Québec (1960-1992).

Besides his service in Labelle, Father John gave lectures in some cities in Canada (particularly Edmonton). Wherever he made such presentations (whether in the USA, Canada or elsewhere), they affected in a very positive and constructive way the lives of many who had the blessing to hear him.


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During all these years, Matushka Marie had carefully and wisely supported the service of her husband, as she raised their children ; and together with her husband, she offered hospitality to the many guests and visitors who arrived. Hospitality is a fundamental characteristic of an Orthodox Christian, and of an Orthodox Christian home.

Despite his prominence, Father John was not an imposing or demanding personality. Rather, he went about his work in the spirit of being a co-worker with and servant of Christ, and to the best of his ability and talents, he fulfilled the work that he was given. About both Father John and Matushka Marie, it may be said that their faithful example and love for the Lord is an encouragement to those who can see it. They worked together as a "team". They both simply have done what the Lord has given them to do for the good of all concerned. This reflects our Saviour's words about His servants, who, for the love of Christ, only do what is their duty. When it began to develop, Matushka Marie took part in the service of “Religious Books for Russia” (an organisation that began in the 1970s to find ways to get Orthodox Christian religious literature and service-books into the Soviet Union), a service which continues until the present. Matushka Marie still serves on the executive board of RBR.

In addition to his work at Saint Vladimir’s Seminary, Father John held successive joint appointments as a lecturer in Byzantine theology at Harvard University, Dumbarton Oaks (to which he returned for a semester as Acting Director of Studies in 1977), and as Professor of Byzantine History at Fordham University (from 1967). He also was Adjunct Professor at Columbia University and Union Theological Seminary in New York City. He lectured widely on university campuses, and at church events. He was appointed to the responsibility of Dean of Saint Vladimir's Seminary in March, 1984, and he served in this capacity until June, 1992, when he retired.

Soon after his appointment as Dean of Saint Vladimir’s, Father John Meyendorff was elevated to the dignity of protopresbyter.

Father John Meyendorff was a major voice in the Orthodox community. He spoke about the negative ecclesiological effects wreaked by the existence of 3 splinter groups into which the Russian Orthodox Church was divided after the Bolshevik Revolution. Father Meyendorff was instrumental in bringing about the establishment of The Orthodox Church in America as an independent entity in 1970, and he urged the various Orthodox Churches in the United States (which were ethnically based) to grow visibly closer together in their shared faith. He frequently represented the Orthodox Church and her way of life in ecumenical gatherings, such as the Upsala Assembly held in 1968 by the World Council of Churches, during his tenure as Chairman of its Commission on Faith and Order (1967-1975). All such external representation was undertaken with the blessing and knowledge of the metropolitan of the OCA at the time.

It is important to keep in mind that it was not merely the superior intelligence which was God's gift to Father John which enabled his production of so many writings, and so many other important and crucial works. He was enabled to do what he did, and to bear fruit in Christ as he did, in part because of the loving support of his wife and family, to be sure. However, the main source of his energy and productivity was his love for Jesus Christ, for the Orthodox Church, and for the worship and service which is the life of the Church of Christ.


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A member of several professional associations, Father Meyendorff served during different periods as the President of the Orthodox Theological Society of America, the President of the American Patristic Association, and as a member of the Executive Committee, US Committee for Byzantine Studies. He was a Fellow of the National Endowment for the Humanities (1976–77), and a Guggenheim Fellow (1981).

During his service at Saint Vladimir’s Seminary, he served as librarian, as director of studies, and as the long-time editor of the "Saint Vladimir’s Theological Quarterly". His service to the Church included positions as chairman of the Department of External Affairs of The Orthodox Church in America, as advisor to the Holy Synod of Bishops, and as editor of the monthly newspaper “The Orthodox Church”.

As a representative of the Orthodox Church, Father John Meyendorff participated in the activities of the World Council of Churches, in which he served as Chairman of the Commission on Faith and Order (1967–75) and as a member of the Central Committee. Committed particularly to inter-Orthodox unity and cooperation, he was one of the founders of Syndesmos (World Fellowship of Orthodox Youth Organisations), and he served later as its first General Secretary, and later as its President.

Father Meyendorff was given honorary doctorate degrees from the University of Notre Dame and from the General Theological Seminary, and he was a Corresponding Fellow of the British Academy. He was a Senior Fellow at Dumbarton Oaks.

The Diploma of Honorary Member of the Leningrad Theological Academy was bestowed upon Father John in May, 1990. In June, 1991, Father John was awarded the Order of Saint Vladimir, 2nd Class, by His Holiness Aleksy II, Patriarch of Moscow and All Rus’.


Retirement ; repose

Father John Meyendorff had decided to retire from the service of administration, so that he could write books which he was already preparing through research. He hoped to be able to teach a course at the same time. His retirement was effective 30 June, 1992. However, not long after he had gone with his family to their summer home in Labelle, Québec, he became seriously ill, and he was taken to Saint Mary’s Hospital in Montréal. There, he learned that he was suffering from pancreatic cancer. He readily accepted the Lord’s will. He reposed in the Lord in the hospital in Montréal on 22 July, 1992.

After his repose in Christ, there were services offered for him in Montréal, and then at Saint Vladimir’s Seminary in Crestwood, New York. Afterwards, his body was interred in the Oakland Cemetery, near Holy Trinity Orthodox Church in Yonkers, New York.

His son, Paul Meyendorff, is now The Alexander Schmemann Professor of Liturgical Theology at Saint Vladimir's Seminary.

From 9–11 February, 2012, an International Conference “The Legacy of Father John Meyendorff, Scholar and Churchman (1926-1992)” was held at the Saint Sergius Institute in Paris, to honour the 20th anniversary of the repose of Protopresbyter John Meyendorff.


Writings :

Father Meyendorff’s publications include the critical text and translation of "The Triads" by the Byzantine Theologian Saint Gregory Palamas, as well as many books in the fields of theology and history, such as, “A Study of Gregory Palamas” (French ed., 1959 ; English ed., 1964) ; "The Orthodox Church" (1962, French edition 1960) ; “Orthodoxy and Catholicity” (1966) ; “Christ in Eastern Christian Thought” (1969) ; “Byzantine Theology” (1974) ; "St Grégoire Palamas et la Mystique Orthodoxe" (Fr. ed. 1959 and 1994, English ed. 1974) ; "Marriage, an Orthodox Perspective" (first ed. 1971, second ed. 1975) ; “Living Tradition” (1978) ; "Byzantium and the Rise of Russia" (1981) ; “The Byzantine Legacy in the Orthodox Church” (1981) ; “Catholicity and the Church” (1983) ; “Imperial Unity and Christian Divisions : The Church 450–680 AD” (1989) ; and "Rome Constantinople Moscow" (1996). His books have been published in many languages, including French, German, Italian, Russian, Greek, English, Finnish, Spanish, Dutch, Japanese, Serbian, Romanian and Polish.

Father John Meyendorff’s doctoral dissertation on Saint Gregory Palamas (1958) is considered to have transformed the opinion of the Western Church regarding Palamism. Before his study of Palamas, Palamism was generally considered in the West to be a “curious and 'sui generis' example of mediaeval Byzantium’s intellectual decline”. Father Meyendorff’s landmark study of Palamas, however, “set Palamas firmly within the context of Greek patristic thought and spirituality” with the result that Palamism is now generally understood to be “a faithful witness to the long-standing Eastern Christian emphasis on deification (theosis) as the purpose of the divine economy in Christ”.

Note :

For a complete description of the International Conference (2012), including the detailed programme and official report, visit the Website of the Saint Sergius Orthodox Theological Institute and the Conference blog.


An editorial comment by the Archpriest Leonid Kishkovsky was published in “The Orthodox Church” magazine on the 20th anniversary of the repose of Father John :

 A better way to speak of Father John’s repose would be to say that he died ‘in hope of the resurrection’. 
 These words are used in Orthodox prayers for the departed.   Father John’s theological vision, in accord with 
 the great Christian theologians, affirmed and celebrated the dynamism of our life and our movement toward the 
 resurrection.  
 
 In remembering Father John and reflecting on his life and ministry, it is clear that he was a theologian of 
 depth and a teacher of excellence.  In this he witnessed to Christ, to the Gospel, to the Orthodox Faith.  He 
 exemplified intellectual integrity and seriousness and was allergic to untruth in any form.  Theology and 
 teaching were not ‘academic’endeavors for Father John.  He placed his intellect and his teaching in the 
 service of the Church.  In this sense, he was as much a pastor as he was a theologian and teacher.  During the 
 years of his labors as theologian and historian, teacher and lecturer, Father John achieved respect and 
 recognition around the world in the Orthodox Church, in the ecumenical world, and in academia.  Among the 
 Orthodox Churches, his voice articulated the vision of The Orthodox Church in America, affirming the 
 imperative need for unity and mission.  In the ecumenical and academic worlds, he articulated and bore witness 
 to the Orthodox vision of God’s creation and the meaning and content of human life in light of the biblical 
 teaching on the image and likeness of God in each human person.  
 
 As editor of ‘The Orthodox Church’newspaper for 20 years, Father John made a major contribution to public 
 discussion of the challenges facing the Orthodox Church in America and around the world.  He saw his service 
 as editor as a continuation of his task as teacher of theology and history.  He knew that an educated and 
 informed clergy and laity were necessary for a healthy Church.  His birth and education in France were no 
 obstacle to his love for America.  On the contrary, he entered fully into the experience of American 
 Orthodoxy, understanding its challenges and appreciating its gifts and possibilities.  
 
 In the story of the autocephaly of the Orthodox Church in America, Father John was more than a teacher and 
 scholar.  He played a key role in the negotiations which led to the granting of autocephaly, working closely 
 with Father Alexander Schmemann and the other members of the team charged by the Holy Synod with the 
 responsibility for dialogue and negotiation with the Russian Orthodox Church.  
 
 A central aspect of Father John’s thought and teaching was the calling of the Orthodox Church to overcome the 
 limitations of national, ethnic Orthodoxy through a proper vision and experience of the unity and universality 
 of the Orthodox Church.  This did not mean for him that the national and ethnic realities should be despised 
 or rejected.  It did mean that the true vocation of the Orthodox Church cannot be confined to the boundaries 
 of ethnic and national identities.  This insight guided the ‘creators’ of the autocephaly of the Orthodox 
 Church in America, and still guides our vision of Orthodox mission in America.    
 
 The various aspects of Father John’s life and ministry were complementary.  Scholar and priest, teacher and 
 educator, dedicated to the Orthodox Church in America, and honored around the world as a theologian, an 
 articulate voice for Orthodoxy in the ecumenical context – all of these dimensions were integrated and 
 harmonious, and all were at the service of the Good News of Christ and the Church of Christ.  
 
 When Father John received the Sacrament of Unction not long before his death, he said one word – ‘Eucharist.’  
 When the Eucharistic Liturgy is celebrated at Saint Vladimir’s Seminary Chapel, the icon behind the altar 
 table is the icon of Christ giving Communion to the Apostles.  Father John’s vision and experience of the 
 Church was deeply Eucharistic.  As he approached the hour of his death, the Eucharist stood at the center of 
 his vision.  The life and ministry of Father John, as well as his sickness and death, were full of the hope of 
 the resurrection.  And this joyful hope is fulfilled in the Eucharist given to us by Christ.  
 
 – Archpriest Leonid Kishkovsky, ‘The Orthodox Church’ magazine (Winter/Spring, 2012). 
 


Bibliography :


This provisional bibliography is taken from the Saint Vladimir's Seminary Website, where a professionally-prepared bibliography is expected to appear soon. Nevertheless, the existing bibliography has been here revised in order to conform to the usual British format.


Books and Publications in English by Protopresbyter John Meyendorff in alphabetical order :


“Byzantine Hesychasm: Historical, Theological and Social Problems: Collected Studies” (London : Variorum Reprints, 1974).

“The Byzantine Legacy in the Orthodox Church” (Crestwood, NY : SVS Press, 1982).

“Byzantine Theology” (New York : Fordham University Press, 1976).

“The Byzantine Legacy in the Orthodox Church” (Crestwood, NY : SVS Press, 1982).

“Byzantine Theology: Historical Trends and Doctrinal Themes” (London : Mowbrays, 1975) ; 2nd ed. with revisions by Fordham University Press, NY, 1979 & 1983.

“Byzantium and the Rise of Russia: A Study of Byzantino-Russian Relations in the Fourteenth Century” (Crestwood, NY : SVS Press, 1989) ; reprint of Cambridge ed. of 1981.

“Catholicity and the Church” (Crestwood, NY : SVS Press, 1983).

“Christ in Eastern Christian Thought” (Washington, DC : Corpus Books, 1969) and (Crestwood, NY : SVS Press, 1975) ; trans. of “Le Christ dans la théologie byzantine”.

‘Christian Spirituality (Volume II): High Middle Ages and Reformation’ in “World Spirituality” series : eds. J. Raitt, B. McGinn & J. Meyendorff (New York : Crossroad Publishing Co., 1987).

‘Christian Spirituality (Volume I): Origins to the Twelfth Century’, in “World Spirituality” series : eds. B. McGinn, J. Leclerq & J. Meyendorff (New York : Crossroad Publishing Co., 1985).

‘Christian Spirituality (Volume III): Post-Reformation and Modern’, in “World Spirituality” series : eds. L. Dupé, Don E. Saliers & J. Meyendorff (New York : Crossroad Publishing Co., 1989).

“Imperial Unity and Christian Divisions: The Church 450–680 AD” (Crestwood, NY : SVS Press, 1989). “A Legacy of Excellence”, eds. Vladimir Borichevsky and William Schneirla (Crestwood, NY : SVS Press, 1988).

“The Legacy of St Vladimir”, eds. John Breck, J. Meyendorff & Eleana Silk (Crestwood, NY : SVS Press, 1990), ISBN : 978-0-881-41078-5.

“Living Tradition” (Crestwood, NY : SVS Press, 1997), ISBN-13 : 978-0913836484.

“Marriage, an Orthodox Perspective”, 2nd ed. expanded (Crestwood, NY : SVS Press, 1975). ISBN-13 : 978-0913836057.

“The New Man: An Orthodox and Reformed Dialogue”, eds. J. McLelland & J. Meyendorff (Baltimore, MD : Agora Books, 1973).

“The Orthodox”, Ecumenical Series (New York : Paulist Press, 1966) ; reprinted by “Light & Life” (Minneapolis, MN, 1966).

“Orthodoxy and Catholicity” (New York : Sheed & Ward, 1966) ; trans. of “Orthodoxie et Catholicité”. ISBN-13 : 978-0881410063.

“The Orthodox Church”, 3rd rev. ed., (Crestwood, NY : SVS Press, 1981).

“The Orthodox Church: its Past and its Role in the World Today” (London : Darton, Longman & Todd/New York : Pantheon Books, 1962) ; trans. of “L’Église Orthodoxe : hier et aujourd’hui”.

“The Orthodox Church: Yesterday and Today” (London : Darton-Longman, 1964).

“The Primacy of Peter: Essays in Ecclesiology and the Early Church”, 2nd ed. Leighton Buzzard (Bedfordshire : Faith Press, 1973 & rev. ed. Crestwood, NY : SVS Press, 1992) ; trans. of “La primauté de Pierre dans l'Église orthodoxe”.

"Rome, Constantinople, Moscow: Historical and Theological Studies" (Crestwood, NY : SVS Press, 1996), ISBN-13: 978-0881411348.

“The Sacrament of Holy Matrimony” (New York : Dept. of Religious Education, Orthodox Church in America, 1975) ; reprinted 1978).

“St Gregory Palamas and Orthodox Spirituality” (Crestwood, NY : SVS Press, 2002) & (Bedfordshire : Faith Press, 1974), ISBN -13 : 978-0913836118.

“A Study of Gregory Palamas”, 2nd ed. (London : The Faith Press, 1964) and (Crestwood, NY : SVS Press, 1974 ; new ed. 1998), ISBN-13 : 978-0913836149. Trans. of “Introduction à l’étude de Grégoire Palamas”.

“The Triads: Gregory Palamas”, ed. with introduction (New York : Paulist Press, 1983 ; new ed. 2002), ISBN-13 : 978-0809124473.

“Trinitarian Theology East and West: St Thomas Aquinas-St Gregory Palamas”, with Michael Fahey (Brookline, MA : Holy Cross Orthodox Press, 1977 & 1986), ISBN-13 : 978-0916586188.

“Vision of Unity” (Crestwood, NY : SVS Press, 1987 & 2002), ISBN-13 : 978-0881410686.

“Witness to the World” (Crestwood, NY : SVS Press, 1987), ISBN-13 : 978-0881410693.


Books and Publications in French in alphabetical order :


“Le Christ dans la théologie byzantine”, Bibliothèque œcuménique, 2, série orthodoxe (Paris : Éditions du Cerf, 1969).

“Défense des saints hésychastes”, 2e éd. (Louvain : Spicilegium sacrum lovaniense, 1973).

“L’Église orthodoxe : hier et aujourd’hui”, 2e éd., rev (Paris : Éditions du Seuil, 1969).

“Grégoire Palamas. Défense des saints hésychastes : Introduction, texte critique, traduction, et notes” (Louvain : Spicilegium sacrum lovaniense, 1959).

“Initiation a la théologie byzantine: L'histoire et la doctrine” (Paris : Éditions du Cerf, 1975).

‘Introduction a l'étude de Grégoire Palamas’, « Patristica Sorbonensia », vol. 3 (Paris : Éditions du Seuil, 1959).

“Le Mariage dans la perspective orthodoxe” (Paris : YMCA Press, 1986).

“Orthodoxie et Catholicité” (Paris : Éditions du Seuil, 1965).

‘La Primauté de Pierre dans l'Église orthodoxe’ (avec Nicolas Afanassieff et autres), Neufchâtel, Suisse : Bibliothèque orthodoxe, 1960).

‘St-Grégoire Palamas et la mystique orthodoxe’, « Maîtres spirituels », n. 20. (Paris : Éditions du Seuil, 1959 & Paris : Éditions du Seuil, 1976).

“Unité de l'Empire et divisions des chrétiens” (Paris : Éditions du Cerf, 1992).


Books and Publications in other languages in alphabetical order :


“Chrystus Zwyciezyl : Wokol Chryta Rusi Kijowsidej” (Warsaw : Verbinum, 1989).

“Gamos : mia Orthodoxe Prooptike” (Athens : Ekdose Hieras Metropoleos Thevon kai Levadeias, 1983) ; trans. of

“Marriage: An Orthodox Perspective”.

“Ho Christos soterias semena Homilia-sychetese?” (Athens : Synaxe, 1985).

“Pravoslavie v sovremennom mire, added title page : ‘Orthodoxy in the Contemporary World’” (New York : Chalidze Publications, 1981).

“Sv. Grigorije Palama i pravoslavna mistika”, 1969 ; trans. of “Saint Grégoire Palamas et la mystique orthodoxe”.

“Sveti Grigorije Palama i pravoslavna mistika” (Beograd, 1983) ; trans of “Saint Grégoire Palamas et la mystique orthodoxe”.

“Syggrammata”, ed. with Boris Bobrinskoy, P. Papaeuaggelou, and P. Christou (Thessaloniki : Endidetai syndromi tou basilieou Idrimatos, 1962).

“Teologla bizantyjska. historia i doktiyna” (Warsaw : Instytut Wydawn. Pax., 1984) ; trans. of “Byzantine Theology: Historical Trends and Doctrinal Themes”.

“Vizantiia i Moskovskaia Rus': ocherk po istorii tserkovnykh i kul'turnykh sviazei v XIV veke” (Paris : YMCA Press, 1990) ; trans. of “Byzantium and the Rise of Russia”.

“Vizantijsko Bogoslovlje, Kragujevac”, 1985 ; trans. of “Byzantine Theology: Historical Trends and Doctrinal Themes”.

“Vvedenie v sviatootecheshoe bogoslovie : konspekfy lektsu” (New York : Religious Books for Russia, 1982).

“Vyzantio kai Rosia: Meleton Vizantino-Rosikon Scheseon kata to 14 Aiona” (Athens : Ekdoseis Domos, 1988) ; trans. of “Byzantium and the Rise of Russia: A Study of Byzantine-Russian Relations in the Fourteenth Century”.


Articles in English by J Meyendorff in alphabetical order :


‘Alexis and Roman: A Study in Byzantine-Russian Relations (1352-1354)’, “St Vladimir's Theological Quarterly”, vol. 11, 1967, pp. 139-148.

‘Anthropology and Original Sin’, in “John XXIII Lectures”, vol. l, 1966, pp. 52-58.

‘Archimandrite Justin Popovich’, “St Vladimir's Theological Quarterly”, vol. 23, 1979, pp. 118-119.

‘Auty & Obolensky’, in “Introduction to Russian Studies”, vol. l, 3 chapters, 1975.

‘Baptism of Russia’, “The Russian Orthodox Journal”, vol. 61, 1988, pp. 16-20.

‘Barrois, Georges A., 1898-1987’, “St Vladimir's Theological Quarterly”, vol. 31, 1987, pp. 283-285.

‘The Bishop in the Church’, in “Ministers of Christ” (New York : Seabury, 1964), pp. 149-165.

‘The Byzantine Empire’, in “Ancient History: Selected Reading Lists and Course Outlines from American Colleges and Universities”, eds. Stanley M. Burstein and Sarah B. Pomeroy (New York : Markus Wiener Publishing, 1984), pp. 75-76.

‘The Byzantine Impact on Russian Civilization’, in “Windows on the Russian Past: Essays on Soviet Historiography Since Stalin” (Columbus, OH : American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies”, 1977), pp. 45-56.

‘Byzantine Liturgy’, Report at the Dumbarton Oaks Symposium of 1979, “Dumbarton Oaks Papers” (1980-1981), pp. 271-272.

‘Byzantine Views of Islam’, “Dumbarton Oaks Papers 18” (1964), pp. 115-132.

‘Byzantium as Center of Theological Thought in the Christian East’, in “Schools of Thought in the Christian Tradition”, ed. P. Henry (Philadelphia : Fortress Press, 1984), pp. 65-74.

‘Byzantium, the Orthodox Church and the Rise of Moscow’, in “The Byzantine Legacy in Eastern Europe” (Boulder, CO : East European Monographs, 1988), pp. 3-18.

‘The Cambridge and Soviet Histories of the Byzantine Empire: Religious History and Theology’, “St Vladimir's Theological Quarterly”, vol. 15, 1971, pp. 85-88.

‘The Catholicity of the Church: an Introduction’, “St Vladimir's Theological Quarterly”, vol. 17, 1973, pp. 5-18.

‘Chalcedonians and Monophysites after Chalcedon’, “Greek Orthodox Theological Review”, vol. 10, 1964, pp. 16-30. [Unofficial Consultation between Theologians of Eastern Orthodox & Oriental Churches, 11-15 Aug, 1964, papers and minutes.]

‘Chalcedonians and Non-Chalcedonians’, “St Vladimir's Theological Quarterly”, vol. 11, 1967, pp. 150-151. ‘Chalcedonians and non-Chalcedonians: The Last Steps to Unity’, “St Vladimir's Theological Quarterly”, vol. 33, 1989, pp. 319-329.

‘Christ as Savior in the East’, in “Christian Spirituality: Origins to the Twelfth Century”, ed. with Bernard McGinn (New York : Crossroad, 1985), pp. 231-251.

‘Christ as Word: Gospel and Culture’, “International Review of Mission”, vol. 74, 1985, pp. 246-257.

‘Christ as Word: Gospel and Culture’, in “The Witness of St Methodius: Orthodox Mission in the 9th Century”, reprinted from “International Review of Mission”, vol. 74, 1985.

‘Christian Gospel and Social Responsibility: The Eastern Orthodox Tradition in History’, in “Continuity and Discontinuity: Essays Presented to George Huntston Williams”, eds. F. Church, et al (Leiden, Netherlands & Boston : Brill Publishers, 1979), pp. 118-130.

‘Christian Marriage in Byzantium: The Canonical and Liturgical Tradition’, “Dumbarton Oaks Papers 44” (1990), pp. 99-107.

‘A Christian Theology of Creation’, in “John XXIII Lectures”, vol. 1, 1966, pp. 59-67.

‘Christ's Humanity: the Paschal Mystery’, “St Vladimir's Theological Quarterly”, vol. 31, 1987, pp. 5-40.

‘The Church’, in “An Introduction to Russian History” (Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 1976), pp. 315-330.

‘Church and Ministry: For an Orthodox-Lutheran Dialogue’, “Dialog” 22, 1983, pp. 114-120.

‘Comment on the New Valamo Report: The Ecumenical Nature of the Orthodox Witness’, in “The New Valamo Consultation” (Geneva : World Council of Churches, 1977), p. 31.

‘Confessing Christ Today and the Unity of the Church’, “St Vladimir's Theological Quarterly”, vol. 18, 1974, pp. 155-165.

‘Confessing Christ Today’, Orthodox Consultation Prepares for Fourth [i.e., Fifth] Assembly of the World Council of Churches, "St Vladimir's Theological Quarterly”, vol. 18, 1974, pp. 193-212.

‘A Consultation between Chalcedonians and Non-Chalcedonians’, “St Vladimir's Theological Quarterly”, vol. 8, 1964, pp. 149-152.

‘Contemporary Orthodox Concept of Church’, in “Ecumenism & Vatican II”, ed. Charles O'Neill (Milwaukee, WI : Bruce Publishing, 1964), pp. 28-43.

‘Contemporary Orthodox Concept of the Church’, in “Proceedings of the Society of Catholic College Teachers of Sacred Doctrine”, 7th Annual Convention, 1961 (Brookline, MA : Cardinal Gushing College, 1961), pp. 62-79.

‘Contemporary Problems of Orthodox Canon Law’, “Greek Orthodox Theological Review”, vol. 17, 1972, pp. 41-50.

‘Council of Russian Bishops Approves Social and Educational Plans: Fr John of Kronstadt to be Canonized’, “St Vladimir's Theological Quarterly”, vol. 34, 1990, pp. 84-86.

‘Creation in the History of Orthodox Theology’, “St Vladimir's Theological Quarterly”, vol. 27, 1983, pp. 27-37.

‘Debate on Palamism: II. Philosophy, Theology, Palamism and Secular Christianity’, “St Vladimir's Theological Quarterly”, vol. 10, 1966, pp. 203-208.

‘Defense of the Holy Hesychasts’, photoduplicate of typescript bearing editor's revisions, 1981.

‘Doctrine of Grace in St Gregory Palamas’, “St Vladimir's Theological Quarterly”, vol. 11, 1954, pp. 17-26.

‘Does Christian Tradition Have a Future?’, “St Vladimir's Theological Quarterly”, vol. 26, 1982, pp. 139-154.

‘The Drive against Religion in Russia’, “St Vladimir's Theological Quarterly”, vol. 6, 1962, pp. 206-207.

‘The Eastern Roman Empire’, in “Ancient History: Selected Reading Lists and Course Outlines from American Colleges and Universities”, eds. Stanley M. Burstein and Sarah B. Pomeroy (New York : Markus Wiener Publishing, 1984), pp. 73-74.

‘Ecclesiastical Regionalism: Structures of Communion or Cover for Separatism: Issues of Dialogue with Roman Catholicism’, “St Vladimir's Theological Quarterly”, vol. 24, 1980, pp. 155-168.

‘The Ecumenical Patriarch, Seen in the Light of Orthodox Ecclesiology and History’, “Greek Orthodox Theological Review”, vol. 24, 1979, pp. 227-244.

‘Eucharistic Ecclesiology and the Structure of the Church’, in “The New Valamo Consultation” (Geneva : World Council of Churches, 1977), pp. 61-63.

‘Evaluation of Nairobi by the Church of Russia’, “St Vladimir's Theological Quarterly”, vol. 20, 1976, pp. 42-45.

‘Father Alexander Schmemann, Dean, 1962-1983’, “St Vladimir's Theological Quarterly”, vol. 28, 1984, pp. 3-65.

‘Father Alexander Schmemann’, in “Transactions of the Association of Russian-American Scholars in the USA” (Zapiski), 17 (1984), p. 316.

‘Father John Meyendorff: Orthodox Scholar’, in “Between Peril and Promise”, eds. J. Newby and E. Newby (Nashville, TN : Thomas Nelson, 1984), pp. 56-66.

‘A Final Word in Defense of Ecclesiology [Reply to J. Boojamra and P. Garrett]’, “St Vladimir's Theological Quarterly”, vol. 32, 1988, pp. 72-87.

‘A Final Word in Defense of Ecclesiology [Reply to M Butler]’, “St Vladimir's Theological Quarterly”, vol. 32, 1988, pp. 395-399.

‘Francis Dvornik’, “St Vladimir's Theological Quarterly”, vol. 19, 1975, pp. 254-255.

‘Free Will (Gnomê) in Saint Maximus the Confessor’, in “Ecumenical World of Orthodox Civilization”, ed. A. Blane (The Hague : Mouton, 1974), pp. 71-75.

‘From Byzantium to Russia: Religious and Cultural Legacy’, in “Studio Slavico-Byzantina et Mediaevalia Europensia”, vol. I, [Studies on the Slavo-Byzantine and Western-European Middle Ages], Ivan Dujcev Centre for Slavo-Byzantine Studies, pp. 105-114.

‘From Byzantium to Russia: Religious and Cultural Legacy’, in “Transactions of the Association of Russian American Scholars” (Zapiski), 1988, pp. 3-18.

‘God in History’, in “The Student World”, 1-2, 1961.

‘The Granting of the Degree of Theology to His Holiness, ALEXIS II, Patriarch of Moscow’, “St Vladimir's Theological Quarterly” [“SVTQ”], vol. 36, 1992, pp. 116-125.

‘Historical Relativism and Authority in Christian Dogma’, “The Jurist”, 3, 1971, pp. 143-162.

‘Historical Relativism and Authority in Christian Dogma’, in “The New Man: An Orthodox and Reformed Dialogue”, ed. with Joseph McLelland (New Brunswick : Agora Books, 1973), pp. 77-91.

‘Historical Relativism and Authority in Christian Dogma’, in “Who Decides for the Church: Studies in Co-Responsibility”, ed. James A. Coriden (Washington, DC : The Canon Law Society of America, 1971), pp. 143-162.

‘Historical Relavitism and Authority in Christian Dogma’, “St Vladimir's Theological Quarterly”, vol. 11, 1967, pp. 73-86.

‘Histories of the Byzantine Empire’, “Slavic Review”, 30, 1971, pp. 619-623.

‘History of Eastern Orthodoxy’, in “Encyclopedia Britannica”, 15th ed., 1974, pp. 152-162.

‘History's Lessons for Tomorrow's Mission: Orthodox Missions in the Middle Ages’, “The Student World”, 1, 1956, pp. 99-104.

‘Holy Saturday’ (Collegville, MN: Institute for Spirituality, Saint John's University, 1979). [Paper read at Conference IV, ‘Spiritual Life for Lent and Easter’, 10-11 March, 1979.]

‘The Holy Spirit as God’, in “The Holy Spirit”, ed. D. Kirkpatrick (Nashville, TN : The World Methodist Council, 1974), pp. 76-89.

‘The Holy Spirit as God’, in “The Third Hour: Helen Iswolsky Memorial Volume”, eds. Yanovsky, et al (New York : Third Hour Foundation, 1976), pp. 39-48.

‘The Holy Spirit in the Church’, in “John XXIII Lectures”, vol. 1, 1966, pp. 68-75.

‘The Hope that is in Us: A Comment on the Document “Mystery of Church and Eucharist” (Joint Orthodox-Roman Catholic Comm.) Munich, 1982’, “St Vladimir's Theological Quarterly”, vol. 27, 1983, pp. 294-298.

‘Humanity: Old and New – Anthropological Considerations’, in “Salvation in Christ: A Lutheran Orthodox Dialogue”, ed. Robert Tobias (Minneapolis, MN : Augsburg, 1992), pp. 59-66.

‘Ideological Crises (1071 to 1261)’, Athens, 1976. [Paper at XV Congrès International d'études byzantines.]

‘In Memoriam: V. M. Bensin, (1881-1973)’, “St Vladimir's Theological Quarterly”, vol. 17, 1973, pp. 248-249.

‘Interview: Marriage as Sacrament’, “Again”, 13, 1990, pp. 8-11.

‘Introduction: From Byzantium to the New World’, in “The Legacy of St Vladimir”, ed. with Fr John Breck and Eleana Silk (Crestwood, NY : SVS Press, 1990), pp. 1-20.

‘Is “Hesychasm” the Right Word? : Remarks on Religious Ideology in the Fourteenth Century’, “Harvard Ukrainian Studies”, 7, 1983, pp. 445-457.

‘John Meyendorff’, in “Theologians at Work” (London : Macmillan, 1967), pp. 125-140.

‘Justinian and Eastern Christendom: Report on the Dumbarton Oaks Symposium of 1967’, “Dumbarton Oaks Papers 22” (1968), pp. 227-228.

‘The Last Steps to Unity’, in “Orthodox Identity in India: Essays in Honor of V. C. Samuel”, ed. M. K. Kuriakose (Bangalore, 1988), pp. 105-117.

‘A Life Worth Living’, [Eulogy for Fr Alexander Schmemann], “St Vladimir's Theological Quarterly”, vol. 28, 1984, pp. 3-10.

‘A Life Worth Living’, in “Liturgy and Tradition” (Crestwood, NY : SVS Press, 1990), pp. 145-154. [Reflections on Alexander Schmemann.]

‘Light from the East: “Doing Theology” in an Eastern Orthodox Perspective’, in “Doing Theology in Today's World” (Grand Rapids, MI : Zondervan, 1991), pp. 339-358.

‘The Liturgy: A Clue to the Mind of Worldwide Orthodoxy’, in “Orthodox Theology and Diakonia”, ed. D. Constantelos (Brookline, MA : Hellenic College Press, 1981), pp. 81-90.

‘Lutherans and Orthodox: Is Sacramental Unity in Sight?’, “St Vladimir's Theological Quarterly”, vol. 29, 1990, pp. 101-103.

‘Marriage: An Orthodox Perspective’, “Orientalia Christiana Periodica” 38, 1972, pp. 482-484.

‘The Meaning of Tradition’, in “Scripture and Ecumenism: Protestant, Catholic, Orthodox and Jewish”, ed. Leonard J. Swidler : Duquesne Studies, Theological Series, no. 3, (Pittsburgh, PA : Duquesne University Press, 1965), pp. 43-58.

‘The Mediterranean World in the Thirteenth Century Theology: East and West’, in “The 17th International Byzantine Congress: Major Papers” (New Rochelle, NY : Aristide D. Caratzas, 1986), pp. 669-682.

‘The Melkite Patriarchate: Paradoxes of a Vocation – an Initial Response to Father Khairallah [pp. 189-216]’,

“St Vladimir's Theological Quarterly”, vol. 30, 1986, pp. 217-230.

‘Metropolitan Theodosius, 25 Years of Pastoral Service’, in “Evangelization – The 8th All-American Council” (Orthodox Church in America, 1986).

‘Millennium Celebrations in Moscow’, “St Vladimir's Theological Quarterly”, vol. 32, 1988, pp. 384-390.

‘Miracles: Religious Reflections’, in “Healing: Orthodox Christian Perspectives in Medicine, Psychology and Religion”, ed. J. Chirban (Brookline, MA : Holy Cross, 1991), pp. 51-55.

‘Mount Athos in the Fourteenth Century: Spiritual and Intellectual Legacy’, “Dumbarton Oaks Papers 42” (1988), pp. 157-165.

‘New Delhi, 1961’, “St Vladimir's Theological Quarterly”, vol. 6, 1962, pp. 43-45.

‘New Life In Christ: Salvation in Orthodox Theology’, “Theological Studies”, 50, 1989, pp. 481-499.

‘The Nicene Creed: Uniting or Dividing Confession’, in “Faith to Creed: Ecumenical Perspectives on the Affirmation of the Apostolic Faith in the Fourth Century”, ed. S. Mark Heim (Grand Rapids, MI : Eerdmans, 1991), pp. 1-19.

‘Notes on the Orthodox Understanding of the Eucharist’, in “The Sacraments: An Ecumenical Dilemma”, ed. Hans Kung, Concillium, vol. 24, (New York : Paulist Press, 1967), pp. 51-58.

‘One Bishop in One City (Canon 8, First Ecumenical Council)’, “St Vladimir's Theological Quarterly”, vol. 5, 1961, pp. 54-62.

‘The Orthodox Church’, in “The Catholic Theological Society of America Proceedings of the 19th Annual Convention”, NYC, 22-25 June, 1964, pp. 143-150.

‘The Orthodox Church and Mission: Past and Present Perspectives’, “St Vladimir's Theological Quarterly”, vol. 16, 1972, pp. 59-71.

‘The Orthodox Church and the Western World’, “The Russian Orthodox Journal”, 34, 1960, p. 11.

‘The Orthodox Churches’, in “The Ordination of Women”, ed. M. Hamilton (New York : Morehouse-Barlow, 1975), pp. 128-134.

‘The Orthodox Concept of the Church’, “St Vladimir's Theological Quarterly”, vol. 6, 1962, pp. 59-72.

‘The Orthodox in the Ecumenical Movement: Problems of a Dialogue’, “One World” [a monthly magazine of the World Council of Churches], 24, 1977, pp. 20-21.

‘Orthodox Missions in the Middle Ages’, in “History's Lessons for Tomorrow's Mission Milestones” (Geneva : World's Student Christian Federation, 1960), pp. 99-104.

‘An Orthodox Response [To: J.M.R. Tillard's “The Bishop of Rome”]’, “Ecumenical Trends”, 13, 1984, pp. 119-120.

‘Orthodox-Roman Catholic Dialogue Faces Snags’, “St Vladimir's Theological Quarterly”, vol. 30, 1986, pp. 351-356.

‘Orthodox Theology Today’, “Sobornost”, 6, 1970, pp. 11-24.

‘Orthodox Unity in America: New Beginnings?’, “St Vladimir's Theological Quarterly”, vol. 35, 1991, pp. 5-19.

‘An Orthodox View on Mission and Integration’, “International Review of Mission”, 70, 1981, pp. 256-258.

‘Orthodox Views of Baptism, Eucharist, and Ministry papers’, “Orthodox Theological Society of America”, Brookline, MA, 1983 ; special issue, “St Vladimir's Theological Quarterly”, vol. 27, 1983, pp. 237-293.

‘Orthodoxy and the Council’, in “Looking Toward the Council: An Inquiry Among Christians”, ed. Joseph E. Cunneen, “Quaestiones disputatae”, vol. 5 (New York : Herder & Herder, 1962), pp. 90-96.

‘Orthodoxy and Ecumenism’, “St Vladimir's Theological Quarterly”, vol. 4, 1960, pp. 48-49.

‘Our Faith’, “Bulletin of Orthodox Christian Education”, 7, 1963, pp. 3-13.

‘Papacy: an Issue the Vatican Council Skirted: Orthodox View’, “Christianity Today”, 10, 1966, p. 6.

‘The Patriarch of Antioch and North America in 1904’, “St Vladimir's Theological Quarterly”, vol. 33, 1989, pp. 80-86.

‘Peter Zouboff’, “St Vladimir's Theological Quarterly”, vol. 8, 1964, pp. 221-222.

‘Philosophy, Theology, Palamism and Secular Christianity [reply to P. Sherwood]’, “St Vladimir's Theological Quarterly”, vol. 10, 1966, pp. 203-208.

‘Pope and Patriarch’, “St Vladimir's Theological Quarterly”, vol. 5, 1967, pp. 45-47.

‘Reply to Jurgen Moltmann's “The Unity of the Triune God” [pp 157-171]’, “St Vladimir's Theological Quarterly”, vol. 28, 1984, pp. 183-188.

‘Report on the Fourth World Conference on Faith and Order of the World Council of Churches, Montreal, Canada, July, 1963’, “St Vladimir's Theological Quarterly”, 7, 1963, pp. 150-155.

‘Rome and Orthodoxy: Authority or Truth?’, in “A Pope for All Christians”, ed. P. J. McCord (New York : Paulist Press, 1976), pp. 129-147.

‘Russian Bishops and Church Reform in 1905’, in “Russian Orthodoxy Under the Old Regime”, ed. R. L. Nichols (Minneapolis, MN : University of Minnesota Press, 1978), pp. 170-182.

‘The Russian Church after Patriarch Tikhon’, trans. from the Russian by Paul Lazor, “St Vladimir's Theological Quarterly”, vol. 19, 1975, pp. 32-48.

‘The Sacrament of Holy Matrimony, commentary’ (New York : Orthodox Church in America, Department of Religious Education, 1975), pp. 29-39.

‘The Sacrament of the Word’, “Sobornost”, 3, 1951, pp. 395-400.

‘Shahovskoy, Dimitry (John) Archbishop, 1902-1989’, “St Vladimir's Theological Quarterly”, vol. 33, 1989, pp. 315-317.

‘The Significance of the Reformation in the History of Christendom’, “The Ecumenical Review”, vol. 16, issue 2, 1964, pp. 164-179. [Paper read at the Consultation between Orthodox and Non-Orthodox Theologians in July, 1963.] Available at : http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/erev.1964.16.issue-2/issuetoc

‘Spirit, Order and Organization from an Orthodox Standpoint’, in “Concept: Papers from the Department of Studies in Evangelism” (Geneva : WCC, 1965), pp. 31-39.

‘St Basil, Messalianism and Byzantine Christianity’, “St Vladimir's Theological Quarterly”, vol. 28, 1980, pp. 219-234.

‘St Peter in Byzantine Theology’, “St Vladimir's Theological Quarterly”, vol. 4, 1960, pp. 26-48.

‘St Sava, Ohrid and the Serbian Church’, "St Vladimir's Theological Quarterly", vol. 35, 1991, pp. 209-221.

‘St Vladimir's Faculty’, in “A Legacy of Excellence” (Crestwood, NY : SVS Press, 1988).

‘St Vladimir's Seminary: Past, Present, Future...’, “The Russian Orthodox Journal”, 58, 1986, pp. 13-15.

‘Thanksgiving [Funeral Sermon for Fr Alexander Schmemann]’, “St Vladimir's Theological Quarterly”, vol. 28, 1984, pp. 43-44.

‘Theological Education in the Patristric and Byzantine Eras and its Lessons for Today’, “St Vladimir's Theological Quarterly”, vol. 31, 1987, pp. 197-213.

‘Theological Education in the Patristic Era and its Lessons for Today’, “The Star of the East”, 8, 1986, pp. 17-32.

‘Theology in the Thirteenth Century: Methodological Contrasts’, “Kathegetria: Essays Presented to Joan Hussey for her 80th Birthday” (Camberley, Surrey : Porphyrogenitus, 1988), pp. 395-407.

‘Theosis in the Eastern Christian Tradition’, in “Christian Spirituality: Post-Reformation and Modern”, ed. with L. Dupé and Don E. Saliers (New York : Crossroad Publishing, 1989), pp. 470-476.

‘The Time of Holy Saturday’, in “Orthodox Synthesis”, ed. J. Allen (Crestwood, NY : SVS Press, 1981), pp. 51-63.

‘Tradition and Traditions: Towards a Conciliar Agenda’, “St Vladimir's Theological Quarterly”, vol. 6, 1962, pp. 118-127.

‘Two Visions of the Church: East and West on the Eve of Modern Times’, in “Christian Spirituality: High Middle Ages and Reformation”, ed. with J. Raitt, B. McGinn (New York : Crossroad Publishing), pp. 439-453.

‘Unity & Mission’, “World Mission”, 26, 1975, pp. 39-42.

‘Unity of the Church-Unity of Mankind’, “The Ecumenical Review”, vol. 24, issue 1, 1972, pp. 30-50, available at : http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/j.1758-6623.1972.tb02308.x/abstract.

‘Unity of the Church-Unity of Mankind’, “St Vladimir's Theological Quarterly”, vol. 15, 1971, pp. 163-177.

‘Vatican II, A Preliminary Reaction’ (trans. from the French by A. E. Moorhouse), “St Vladimir's Theological Quarterly”, vol. 9, 1965, pp. 26-37.

‘Vatican II and Orthodox Theology in America’, in “Vatican II: An Interfaith Appraisal” (Notre Dame, IN : University of Notre Dame Press, 1966), pp. 611-618. ASIN : B000C9XGLE.

‘Verkhovskoy, Serge Sergeevich, 1907-1986, in memoriam’, “St Vladimir's Theological Quarterly”, vol. 30, 1986, pp. 283-287.

‘Visions of the Church: Russian Theological Thought in Modem Times’, “St Vladimir's Theological Quarterly”, vol. 34, 1990, pp. 5-14.

‘Was there an Encounter Between East and West at Florence?’, in “Christian Unity: The Council of Florence 1438/9-1989”, ed. Giuseppe Allerigo (Leuven : Leuven University Press, 1991), pp. 153-175.

‘Was there ever a Third Rome?: Remarks on the Byzantine Legacy in Russia’, in “The Byzantine Tradition After the Fall of Constantinople”, ed. J. Yiannias (Charlottesville, VA : University of Virginia Press, 1991), pp. 45-60. ISBN-13: 978-0813913292.

‘What is an Ecumenical Council?’, “St Vladimir's Theological Quarterly”, vol. 17, 1973, pp. 259-273.

‘What is Autocephaly?’, “The Russian Orthodox Journal”, 63, 1990, p. 8.

‘Wisdom – Sophia: Contrasting Approaches to a Complex Theme’, “Dumbarton Oaks Papers 41” (1987), pp. 391-401.

‘The World Council of Churches: A Christian UN?’, “St Vladimir's Theological Quarterly” vol. 23, 1979, pp. 45-50.

‘Worship in a Secular World’ [delivered at the WCC, 4th Assembly, Uppsala, 1968], "Studio Liturgica”, vol. 6, 1969, pp. 116-120.

‘Worship in a Secular World’, “St Vladimir's Theological Quarterly”, vol. 12, 1968, pp. 120-124.


Articles in other languages in alphabetical order :


‘Arkhiereiskie tituly episkopov nashego Ekzarkhata’, “TSerkovnii viestnik Zapadno evropeiskoi eparkhii” 4 (37) 1952, pp. 15-19.

‘Auf dem Weg zur einern Okeumenischen Konzil?’, "Information aus der Orthodoxen Kirche" 1973 : 1 : 2, pp. 17-21.

‘Autoridad Doctrinal en la Tradicion de la Iglesa Ortodoxa’, "Conciliu: Revista internacional de Theologia" 117 (1976), pp. 48-59. [This journal is also in : Italian & Portuguese.]

‘Autoridad, dogma y relativismo historico’, "Selecciones de teologia" 9 (1970), pp. 179-187.

‘Bibliografiia. ierarkhiia i narod v Pravoslavnoi Tserkvi’ [Le Messager, The Messenger.] "Vestnik Russkogo studencheskogo khristianskogo dvizheniia", 4 (39) 1955, pp. 36-41.

‘Les Biens ecclésiastiques en Russie, des origines au XVIe siècle’, "Revue Irénikon" 28 (1955), pp.396-405.

‘Bysantin Teologia’, "Opillisia Kysymyksia", Heinavesi, Valamon Luostari.

‘Byzance : l'image du Christ d'après Théodore Studite’, in "Synthronon: Art et Archéologie" (Paris : Librairie C. Klincksieck, 1968), pp. 115-117.

‘Byzance’, "Theologische Realenzyklopadie [TRE]", Band Vn, Liefering 4/5 (1981), pp. 500-531.

‘Byzance et Rome, les tentatives d'union’, in "L'Église en Plénitude" (Paris : Desclée de Brouwer, 1962), pp. 324-334.

‘Byzance et Rome, les tentatives d'union’, in "Découverte de l'œcuménisme (Paris : Desclée de Brouwer, 1960), pp. 324-334.

‘Catholicité de l'Église’, "Syndesmos" 8 (1954), p. 6.

‘Chemy Teologija?’, "Beseda" 1 (1991), pp. 47-50.

‘Christian Tradition: An Orthodox Perspective’, in "Festschrift für Fairy von Lilienfeld" (Erlangen : Institut fur Gesellschaft und Wissenschaft, 1982), pp. 1-25.

‘Chto takoe vselenskii sobor?’, "[Le Messager] (Vestnik Russkogo studencheskogo khristitmskogo dvizheniia" 1 (52) 1959, pp.10-15.

‘Complexité à la situation’, dans "Unité des chrétiens : l'Église orthodoxe russe", 41 (1981), pp. 23-24.

‘Une controverse sur le rôle social de l'église: la querelle des biens ecclésiastiques au XVIe siècle en Russie’, dans "Collection Irénikon" (Gembloux : Éditions de Chevetogne, 1956), 28, 396-405 ; 29, 28-46, 151-164.

‘Les débuts de la controverse hésychaste’, "Byzantion" 23 (1954), pp. 87-120.

‘Dukhovnye techeniia i Rossii i Pravoslavnaia Tserkov’, "Posev" 10 (1979), pp. 46-48.

‘Educatia Teologica in Epocile Patristica si Bizantina si lectiile ei Astazi’, "Studii Teologice, Seria A-II-A", AN 43 (1991), pp. 120-131. [Trans. of “St Vladimir's Theological Quarterly”, vol. 31, 1987, pp. 197-213.]

‘L'Église orthodoxe en Amérique’, "Contacts : Revue Française de l'Orthodoxie" 13 (1961), pp. 249-257.

‘Églises-sœurs : implications ecclésiologiques du Tomos Agapis’, "Koinonia : Premier Colloque ecclésiologique entre théologiens orthodoxes et catholiques", Vienna 1-7 mai, 1971 (Paris : Istina, 1975), pp. 35-46.

‘Einheit der Kirche – Einheit der Menschheit’, "Oekumenische Rundschau 21" (1972), pp. 160-177.

‘Einheit der Kirche, Papstdienst, Rom und die Orthodoxie - autoritaet oder Wahrheit?’, " in Petrus und Papst: Evangelium, Einheit d. Kirche, Papstdienst" (Munster : Aschendorff, 1977), pp. 159-175.

‘Eph o (Rom. 5,12) chez Cyrille d'Alexandrie et Theodoret’, "Studia Patristica 4" (1961), pp. 157-161.

‘L'Espérance chrétienne – point de vue orthodoxe’, "Bulletin Cercle Saint-Jean-Baptiste", 1955, pp. 2-4. ‘L'évêque et la communauté des fideles dans l'Église orthodoxe’, dans le recueil : "L'évêque et son Église, Cahiers de la-Pierre-qui-vire, Nouvelle Série" (1955), pp. 94-103.

‘From Byzantium to Russia: Religious and Cultural Legacy’, in "Tausend Jahre Christentum in Russland: Zum Millennium der Taufe der Kiever Rus'" (Gottingen : Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 1989), pp. 85-102.

‘Grecs, turcs et juifs en Asie Mineure au XIV siècle : en appendice : la date de la prise de Gallipoli’, in

"Polychordia Festschrift", eds. Franz Dolger, P. Wurth, vol. 1 (1967), pp. 211-217.

‘L'hésychasme : problèmes de sémantique’, in "Mélanges d'Histoire des religions", éds. A. Bareau, et autres (1974), pp. 543-547.

‘Homélie sur la Présentation de la Vierge, (Saint Grégoire Palamas) : Introduction et traduction’, in "Contacts : Revue Française de l'Orthodoxie", 11 (1959), pp. 22-31.

‘Humanisme nominaliste et mystique chrétienne à Byzance au XIVe siècle’, "Nouvelle Revue Théologique", 79 (1957), pp. 905-914.

‘L'iconographie de la Sagesse Divine dans la tradition Byzantine’, "Cahiers Archéologiques" 10 (1959), pp. 259-277.

‘Iglesia y humanidad’, "Selecciones de teolopa", 12:46 (1973), pp. 95-99.

‘Die Ikone Christ-ein Bekenntnis des Glaubens’, "Zeitschriftfur Ostkirchliche Kunst : Hermenica" 3 (1987), p. 184.

‘Implikationen im Tomos Agapes’, "Internationale Katholische Zeitschrift" 1974 : 4, pp. 308-322.

‘Istoricheskoe znacheme ucheniia sv. Grigoria Palamy’, "[Le Messager, The Messenger Vestnik Russkogo studencheskogo khristianskogo dvizheniia", n. 3 (46) 1957, pp. 3-9.

‘Istorike Schetikokratia kai Authentia sto Christianiko dogma’, "Orthodoxe Martyria" (Athens, 1988), pp. 72-73.

‘Jean-Joasaph Cantacuzene et le projet de concile œcuménique en 1367’, in " Sonderdfuck aus den Akten des XI. Intemationalen Byzantenisten-Konpvss", 1958 (Munchen : Verlag C. H. Beck, 1960), pp. 363-369.

‘Kafolichnost' TSerkvi’, "Messager de l'Exarchat du Patriarche Russe en Europe Occidentale" 80, Oct-Dec 1972, pp. 231-247.

‘Die Katholizitat der Kirche’, "Orthodoxie Heute" (1981), pp. 4-16.

‘Katolichnost (Sabornost) Tsrkve’, in "Sabornost Tsrkve Bogoslovski Fakultet SP TSrkve" (Beograd, 1986), pp. 113-130.

‘Khalkidonity i Monofizity Posle Khalidona’, "Messager de l'Exarchat du Patriarche Russe en Europe Occidentale" 52 (1965), pp. 223-236.

‘Khronika "Zoi"’,"[Le Messager, The Messenger], Vestnik Russkogo studencheskogo khristianskogo dvizheniia", 4 (43) 1956, pp. 45-48.

‘Konstantinopil' i Moskva’, "TSerkovnyi vestnik Zapadno evropeiskoi eparkhii" 16 (1950), pp. 5-9.

‘Kyrka och mission – ett Ortodoxt perspektiv’, "Svensk Missionstidsklift", 72 (1984), pp. 38-40. [Trans. of "International Review of Missions, 70 (1981), pp. 256-258]

‘Une lettre inédite de Grégoire Palamas à Akindynos’, "Theologia" 24 (1954), pp.1-28.

‘Liturgiia i prichashchenie’, "TSerkovnyi viestnik Zapadno evropeiskoi eparkhii" 2 (47) 1954.

‘Lossky, le militant’, "Contacts : Revue française de l'Orthodoxie", 31 (1979), pp. 208-211.

‘Un mauvais théologien de l'unité au XIVe siècle : Barlaam le Calabrais’, in "1054-1954 : L'Église et les Églises". [Études et travaux offerts à Dom Lambert Baudouin], vol. 2, (Namour : Éditions de Chevetogne, 1955), pp. 47-64.

‘The New Dogma of the Catholic Church’, in Russian ; "TSerkovnyi viestnik Zapadno evropeiskoi eparkhii" 21 (1949).

‘Notas Sobre la Doctrina Orthodoxa Acerca de la Eucaristia’, in "Concilium : Revista Internacionale de Theologia", n. 24, 56-64 (1967). [Journal is also in Italian & Portuguese]

‘Notes sur l'influence dionysienne en Orient’, "Studia Patristica" 2, ii (1957), pp. 547-552.

‘O sovremennom katolichestve’, "[Le Messager, The Messenger] Vestnik Russkogo studencheshogo khristianskogo dvizheniia", 6 (1950), pp. 13-16.

‘O Vizantinshoe isikhazme i ego roli v Kulturnom i istroricheskorn razvitii Bostochnoi Evropy v XIV veki’, in

"Voprosy istorii russkoi srednevekovoi literatury" (Leningrad : lzd'vo Nauka, 1974), pp. 291-305.

‘O Vsjeh i za vsja, Za sve i radi svih’, in "Sveti Knez Lazgar : Spomenica o sestoj stogodisnjici kosovskog boja 1389-1989" (Beograd, 1989).

‘Ob izmeniacmosti i neizmennosti pravoslavnogo bogosluzheniia’, "Vestnik Leningradskoi Dukhovnoi Akademii" 2 (1990), pp. 105-111.

‘L'origine de la controverse palamite : la première lettre de Palamas à Akindynos (Introduction et texte)’, "Theologia" 25 (1954), pp. 602-613 ; 26 (1955), pp. 77-90.

‘The Orthodox Church in America’, in "Logos Ortodoksisen Ylioppilasliiton 15-vuotisjuhlajulkaisu" (Helsinki, 1963), pp. 31-39.

‘Den Orthodoxa Kyrkan i Sovjetunionen, 1917-1969’, "Ortodox Arsbok", 1970, pp. 21-25.

‘Die Orthodoxe Theologie in der Welt von heute’, "Orthodoxe Rundschau" 16 (1984), pp. 3-14.

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