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The Life and Work of St. Innocent of Alaska (2 vols.)

by Barsukov, Ivan Platonovich, Hale, Charles R.

N.P., Privately Printed 1888

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The Life and Work of St. Innocent of Alaska (2 vols.)
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Overview

St. Innocent was a remarkable churchman. The volumes in the The Life and Work of St. Innocent of Alaska collection describe his ministry as a missionary and archbishop in the Russian Far East and as metropolitan of Moscow and, later, all of Russia. They also demonstrate his remarkable intellectual abilities and his important role in sustaining the message and vitality of the Russian Orthodox Church.

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Key Features

  • Provides two distinct treatments of St. Innocent’s life, intellectual contributions, and significance
  • Details St. Innocent’s contributions to the ministry of the church in remote regions
  • Presents St. Innocent’s theological contributions

Individual Titles

The Life and Work of Innocent, the Archbishop of Kamchatka, the Kuriles, and the Aleutian Islands and Later the Metropolitan of Moscow

  • Author: Ivan Platonovich Barsukov
  • Publisher: Cubery and Company
  • Publication Date: 1897
  • Pages: 23

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The Life and Work of Innocent is a succinct account of the life of Ivan Evseyevich Popov, who later became St. Innocent. Portraying Innocent as a man defined by commitment to the church and to his work, this book highlights his labor as a missionary, scholar and archbishop in the Russian Far East, including Alaska.

Ivan Platonovich Barsukov (AD 1841–1906) was a historian and prolific biographer. His works include, Innokentii, Metropolitan of Moscow and Kolomna, Count N. N. Murav’ev-Amurskii, and the three-volume Innokentii’s Work. Barsukov’s works contain much valuable information on the domestic, cultural, and political history of Eastern Siberia, the Far East, Kamchatka, the Aleutian Islands, Alaska, and the Russian Church.

Innocent of Moscow, the Apostle of Kamchatka and Alaska

  • Author: Charles R. Hale
  • Publisher: Borcherdt
  • Publication Date: 1888
  • Pages: 23

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Innocent of Moscow brings St. Innocent’s career as an archbishop and missionary sharply into focus. Written in an apologetic style, it uses St. Innocent’s work as proof of the Russian Orthodox Church’s vitality and faithful service in the gospel.

Charles R. Hale (1837–1900) was educated at the University of Pennsylvania, a lawyer, noted scholar, and priest in the Episcopal Church. He served as a chaplain in the U. S. Army during the Civil War, and later as a professor of mathematics at the U. S. Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland.

Product Details

  • Title: The Life and Work of St. Innocent of Alaska
  • Authors: Ivan Platonovich Barsukov and Charles R. Hale
  • Volumes: 2
  • Pages: 46

About St. Innocent of Alaska

St. Innocent of Alaska (1797–1879) was a Russian Orthodox priest, archbishop, metropolitan of Moscow, and later, metropolitan of all Russia. Known for his commitment to his work, he labored as a missionary, scholar, and Bible translator. As a missionary, he played a definitive role in Christianizing the Russian Far East and Alaska. In 1977, the Russian Orthodox Church canonized Innocent and gave him the title “Apostle to America.”