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The Spiritual Legacy of Fr. Vladimir Borichevsky


Introduction By Father Andrew Harrison

Fr. Vladimir Borichevsky fell asleep in the Lord in Sept 1990. He was the spiritual father to many Clergy and laity and had a lasting effect on the Orthodox Church's mission in America. His legacy is largely unknown. He was my spiritual father and it is to him that I owe my life in the Orthodox Church.

This page on our website will be set aside to keep his memory alive and introduce a new generation to his spirituality. What follows is the first document which was discovered recently while casually looking through one of the twenty boxes of his files. It is hoped in the future that more of his writings and his radio sermons digitally re-mastered from the original program Hour of Orthodoxy will be played.


Be Blest

Fr Andrew Harrison


Radio Programs


Click Here to go to the Listing of recently recovered Hour of Orthodoxy Radio Programs by Father Borichevsky


Photograph of Fr. Vladimir and his Matuska Mary


Fr. Vladimir and his Matuska Mary .

Articles Relating to Father Vladimir Borichevsky


Once I Knew a Saint - by Richard John Friedlander
Source - The bulletin of the Greek Orthodox Cathedral of the Ascension, Oakland, CA, January, 2002

In Memoriam - by Father Theodore Heckman
Source - St. Marks Press 1995

The Image of the Self-Humiliated Christ - by Father Vladimir
Source - St. Marks Press 1995

The Sanctified Life of Redeemed Man and Creation - by Father Vladimir
Source - St. Marks Press 1995

Separated By Force, Reunited By Love: Triumph of Orthodoxy in America - by Father Vladimir
Unpublished

Faith and the Knowledge of God: A collection of Homilies of Father Vladimir Borichevsky - by Father Vladimir
Edited by V. Rev. Theodore C. Heckman and Sergei Arhipov. Copyright © 1995 Aorist, Inc, Published and distributed by St. Mark's Press

The Orthodox Spirit of Christmas - by V. Rev. Vladimir S. Borichevsky
Edited by V. Rev. Theodore C. Heckman and Sergei Arhipov. Copyright © 1995 Aorist, Inc, Published and distributed by St. Mark's Press

The Orthodox Christian Way of Life - by V. Rev. Vladimir S. Borichevsky
Edited by V. Rev. Theodore C. Heckman and Sergei Arhipov. Copyright © 1995 Aorist, Inc, Published and distributed by St. Mark's Press

Masonry or Christ? - by V. Rev. Vladimir S. Borichevsky and V. Rev. Stephen N. Jula
Sponsored by The Chicago Deanery of the Russian Orthodox Catholic Church

Saint Nicholas Church Bulletins - by V. Rev. Vladimir S. Borichevsky


We would like to thank the publisher, who granted permission to reprint these articles and allow us the chance to share the legacy of Father Borichevsky with all who visit out web site.

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