The Russian Orthodox Church asks Putin to support the concept of turning the city into the capital of Orthodoxy.
The head of the Russian Orthodox Church will have a personal residence near St. Petersburg, worth 2.8 billion rubles.
Sponsors of the temple in Yekaterinburg, because of which there were massive clashes.
St. Petersburg authorities have decided to transfer the St. Isaac's Cathedral to the Russian Orthodox Church.
Enterprises of one of the organizers of the energy blockade of the Crimea, Lenur Islyamov, turned out to be the borrowers of Peresvet Bank.
How the problems of the Russian Orthodox Church's bank Peresvet threaten its depositors.
News around the bank triggered the price fall of its papers.
Who and how to receive presidential grants for NGOs in 2016.
The welfare of the Orthodox Church is based not only on considerable state aid, generous donations and altrage of the flock; the Church also has its own business. However, how it spends the earned money is still a secret.