UDC 282:259+929

THE PARTICIPATION OF RUSSIAN MONARCHS IN THE LIFE OF THE ROMAN CATHOLIC COMMUNITY OF ST. PETERSBURG IN THE FIRST HALF OF THE XVIII CENTURY.

Samylovskaya Ekaterina Anatol’evna
St. Petersburg Classical University of Trade Unions
senior lecturer of Philosophy and Culturology department, Culture Faculty

Abstract
The article based on the analysis of the national and foreign literature, memoirs and the insufficiently studied register of births of Roman-Catholic St Catherine Alexandrine’s church in Saint-Petersburg deals with the role of the Russian monarchs in the life of St. Petersburg Catholics in the first half of the XVIII century. The author has come to the conclusion that the Russian monarchs actively participated in the life of the Roman Catholic community, besides they had patronizing attitude towards the Catholics, arrived at the service in Russia.

Category: History

Article reference:
The participation of Russian monarchs in the life of the Roman Catholic community of St. Petersburg in the first half of the XVIII century. // Humanities scientific researches. 2014. № 9 [Electronic journal]. URL: http://human.snauka.ru/en/2014/09/7709

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