Archimandrite Tikhon (in

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the world, Georgy Shevkunov), a graduate of VGIK, and now the rector of the Moscow Sretensky Monastery, talks about the world, to a wide reader almost unknown. In the best traditions of church humor – fun and instructive. And so that you listen to him by opening your mouth.

1. Heroes. Archimandrite Tikhon (in the world, Georgy Shevkunov), a graduate of VGIK, and now the rector of the Moscow Sretensky Monastery, wrote a real heroic epic. In the role of heroes-the monks of the Pskov-Pechersky Monastery: Father John (Kentankin), to whom the whole of Russia, Archimandrite Alipius (Voronov), who saved the Pskov-Pechersky monastery from closing, went to consult. And also father Nikolai Guryanov from the island, who had the gift of insight, the American bishop Vasily Rodzianko, who did not refuse the requests to anyone, the “great old women” – the nuns from the village of Diveevo.

Archimandrite Tikhon – governor of the Moscow Sretensky Stavropigial Monastery, Rector of the Sretensky Theological Seminary.

2. Smile. Archimandrite Tikhon talks about a world, a wide reader almost unknown. In the best traditions of church humor – fun and instructive. And so that you listen to him by opening your mouth. About what once answered the Minister of Culture Furtseva Archimandrite Alipius to the question, why he, such an educated person and artist, ended up in the monastery, in the company «Obscurantics». Alas, the answer is impossible to quote, but you will have to get along. Or, for example, about how Bulat Okudzhava was baptized and what a dream once Andrey Bitov saw a dream.

3. The proximity of the sky. Before us is an exciting, huge, epic scale of the world – freedom, fearlessness, childhood trust in God, warning love for each other. But Archimandrite Tikhon does not at all drag the reader by the hands and legs in his city of Kitezh and faith. He only shows that this world is real, it is part of our life, and how close is the sky to each of us.