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Anthony of Sourozh Church. Personalities Kirill I of Moscow

Pimen I Patriarch of Moscow and all the Rus'

Patriarch Pimen
Russian: Патриарх Пимен
Secular name Sergey Mikhailovich Izvekov
Russian: Серге́й Миха́йлович Изве́ков
July 23 [O.S. July 10] 1910 — May 3, 1990

Patriarch Pimen (Russian: Патриарх Пимен, born Sergey Mikhailovich Izvekov, Сергей Михайлович Извеков; July 23 [O.S. July 10] 1910 – May 3, 1990), was the 14th Patriarch of Moscow and the head of the Russian Orthodox Church from 1970 to 1990.

Born: July 23 [O.S. July 10] 1910; village Kobylino, Kaluga Governorate
Died: May 3, 1990 (aged 79); Peredelkino, Russia

Patriarch of Moscow: 3 June 1971
Bishop:  17 November 1957
Monk:  5 December 1925

The first Receiver of Divine gifts
and the first Distributor of these gifts

It is not easy to inherit the Kingdom of God, but the Orthodox heart should not be troubled. The face of the wondrous saints of God and the Virgin Mary, who is dominant in this face, we know by the experience of our faith, are always with us. She, according to the words of St. John Chrysostom, is the first Receiver of Divine gifts and the first Distributor of these gifts and blessings to people who seek help from the Lord and mercy from Her in needs and circumstances.

Patriarch Pimen (Izvekov)
Слово в день празднования Казанской иконы Божией Матери
Богоявленский собор, 21 июля 1979 г.

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