Old Church Slavonic is a language that was used by the Russian Orthodox Church between the 9th and 12th centuries.
Church Slavonic appeared during the 14th century and is still used in the Russian Orthodox Church.
St. Petersburg, Russia
According to legend, the Russian Orthodox Church was founded by the Apostle Andrew, who erected a cross at the current
location of St. Andrew's Cathedral in Kiev.
The communist revolution, which overthrew the Russian monarchy in 1917, had the ideological objective of eliminating
religion and targeted the Russian Orthodox Church for destruction. Although religions were not outlawed, Orthodox
priests and believers were sent to prison camps, labor camps, or mental hospitals.
Many churches and monasteries were taken over by the government and either destroyed or converted to non-religious uses.
The Kazan Cathedral in St. Petersburg was converted into a museum of atheism. The communist government openly sponsored
and encouraged anti-religious propaganda.
With the end of Soviet rule, the Russian Orthodox Church has seen a resurgence in activity, and today,
the Kazan Cathedral is once again the site of Orthodox services.
Early Cyrillic alphabet used for Old Church Slavonic
Old Church Slavonic or Church Slavonic is a literary language which ... The Cyrillic
alphabet was used to write the Old Church Slavonic language and was ...
The Church Slavonic E-Tutor
Learn Orthodox prayers in Church Slavonic. Some of the program is downloadable
shareware; full version is a CD for purchase.
Old Church Slavonic Online
These online Language Introductions are designed to provide the ability to read
early Indo-European texts, with or without the help of translations.
Slavonic Software: Church Slavonic Bible, Slavonic Bible Glossary and more.
Software downloads, ordering and pricing.
Yamada Language Center: Old Church Slavonic WWW guide
Mostly in German; Old Church Slavonic Literature - List of printed OCS resources;
Slavonic Antiquity - Some interesting articles by Sergei Rjabchikov ...
Old Church Slavonic Institute
Church Slavonic. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001-05
www.bartleby.com/65/ch/ChurchSl.html - 21k
CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Slavonic Language and Liturgy
Although the Latin holds the chief place among the liturgical languages in which
the Mass is celebrated and the praise of God recited in the Divine Offices, ...
Slavonic languages. Branch of the Indo-European language family spoken in central
and Eastern Europe, the Balkans, and parts of northern Asia. ...
Slavic languages - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Slavic languages (also called Slavonic languages), a group of closely related
languages ... Church Slavonic language, derived from Old Church Slavonic, ...
Humbul : Slavonic and East European Studies Resources by Heading
linguistics of Slavonic / East-European languages (8). AREA STUDIES. Eastern Europe:
area / diaspora studies (331), art / architecture history (22) ...