Until the latter part of the first 2000's decade, the Western Rite in the Russian Orthodox Church Outside Russia was represented by two small monasteries: Christminster, initially in Rhode Island and later in Hamilton, Ontario; and St.
What does ROCOR stand for?
ROCOR stands for Russian Orthodox Church Outside Russia
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The Russian Ecclesiastical Mission is the official diplomatic representationof the Russian Orthodox Church Outside Russia (ROCOR), and has historicallyhad close relations with the Orthodox Patriarchate of Jerusalem.
The remains of Elizabeth, an older sister of Tsar Nicholas II's wife, Alexandra, had been spirited out of Russia via China and later taken to the Mary Magdalene cathedral in Jerusalem, which belongs to the Russian Orthodox Church Outside Russia.