Anastasy, Bratanowsky

Anastasy, Bratanowsky one of the most famous pulpit orators of Russia, was born in 1761, in the neighborhood of Kiev. He studied at the theological school in Perejaslav, became in 1790 a monk, was appointed in 1797 bishop of White Russia, in 1801 archbishop, and in 1805 member of the Holy Synod. He died in 1816, archbishop of Astrachan. He published a collection of religious discourses, in four vols. (St. Petersburg, 1796; Moscow, 1799-1807): — Tractatus de Concionum Dispositionibus Formandis (Moscow, 1806). (B.P.)

 
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