After my death our beloved Church abroad will break three ways ... first the Greeks will leave us as they were never a part of us ... then those who live for this world and its glory will go to Moscow ... what will remain will be those souls faithful to Christ and His Church. ~St. Philaret of NY


Memorial Fr. Paul Adelheim

Day #40:  Sept. 13


Today, 05 Aug 2013 year, from the hand …..,  Archpriest Paul Adelheim, was murdered by a  boy who from his childhood, was a child in his home, whom father Paul gave shelter to him and to his family, and took care of him, putting his efforts towards the boys rehabilitation.  Today, once again  father Paul was giving his remarks to the young man , when the boy  took a knife and struck a fatal blow to his  abdomen.  Of course father Paul could not resist, as himself he was a disabled person with one leg.
God rest the newly departed Archpriest Paul.

Killed on. Paul Adelgeim - ROCA 05.08.2013 twenty-five past six p.m.
One of the best who has ever been in the MP. Many were waiting for me, a sinner, among them that he will ever be with us. But God judged differently. Irreplaceable for all people of the loss. He is one of the few people who replace our sinful world is impossible.
The Kingdom of Heaven! to the newly departed   Archpriest Paul! His thoughts and feelings were on the Internet: http://adelgeim.livejournal.com/ There he wrote of himself: I was born on August 1, 1938 . After his mother was arrested, he lived in an orphanage, and then with his mother was forced to exile in Kazakhstan, and later was a novice in the Kyiv-Pechersk Lavra. From there, in 1956 he entered the Kiev Theological Seminary. Excluded by abbot Filaret Denisenko for political reasons in 1959 when he was ordained archbishop. Hermogen Golubev made him a deacon in the Tashkent Cathedral. He graduated from the Moscow Theological Academy, was  appointed to the Kagan of the Uzbek SSR, a priest in 1964. In 1969 he built a new church, then was arrested, convicted, according to the article. 190 '(slander against the Soviet regime), and was sentenced to three years in prison. In 1971, in connection with the unrest in the ITA Section Kizil-Tepa, he  lost his right leg. He was released from prison in 1972 as an invalid. He served in  Fergana and Krasnovodsk. Since 1976, he was serving in the Diocese of Pskov. Married, three children, six grandchildren. 
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