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Question 1: During World War II, when the ________ requested the right to pay a high level visit to the Russian Orthodox Church, General Secretary Joseph Stalin met with its metropolitans.
Bishop of LincolnChurch of EnglandArchbishop of CanterburyArchbishop of York

Question 2: ROCOR currently has 533 parishes and 36 ________ for men and women in 38 countries throughout the world, served by 584 clergy.
MonasteryMonkChristian monasticismMonasticism

Question 3: This has, however, been defended as an act that occurred when "little was known…of the inner workings of the ________."[8]
Axis powersNazi GermanyNazismAdolf Hitler

Question 4: [31] The Royal Doors were open during the entire event, which usually occurs only during the ________.
EasterBright WeekGreat LentPentecostarion

Question 5: In 2003 ________ met with Metropolitan Laurus in New York.
Boris YeltsinRussiaVladimir PutinJoseph Stalin

Question 6: In November 1922, Russian Orthodox in ________ held a synod and elected Metropolitan Platon as the primate of an autonomous Russian exarchate in the Americas.
North AmericaAmericas (terminology)EuropeSouth America

Question 7: Since the end of the Soviet Union, ROCOR has maintained its administrative independence from the ________.
Georgian Orthodox ChurchBulgarian Orthodox ChurchRussian Orthodox ChurchArmenian Apostolic Church

Question 8: The entire ceremony was broadcast live on Russian ________, as well as live on the official website of Christ the Savior Cathedral in Moscow.
TelevisionVideoMechanical televisionClosed captioning

Question 9: Monastic traditions
Mar Saba
Mount Athos
HesychasmTheoriaOrthodox ChurchByzantine Rite

Question 10: The sticking point at the time was the ROCOR's insistence that the Moscow Patriarchate address the slaying of ________ and his family in 1918 by the Bolsheviks.
Alexander III of RussiaGrand Duke Michael Alexandrovich of RussiaAlexander II of RussiaNicholas II of Russia


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