Religion is a large part of life in Russia.
According to the Russian Orthodox church, there are more than three million members.
The Russian government has been very interested in promoting religion in Russia, which is also a part of Russia’s former Soviet Union.
It is believed that the Orthodox Church will be the largest denomination in the country in the next few decades.
Russian Orthodox churches are also considered to be one of the most popular religions in Russia and they are also the most widespread in Russia’s major cities.
They have their own Orthodox churches and the churches are not restricted to Russian territory.
Some Russian Orthodox bishops have also started to teach some languages in the Church.
Religion is the official language of the Russian government and the Church has also developed its own language, the Russian language.
Religion and the government Religion is an official religion in many parts of the world.
However, in Russia it is a very secretive, very private, and very powerful religion.
It’s not officially acknowledged by the government and it is considered as a secret religion.
For example, there is no official recognition for the Russian Federation, so it is not officially recognized as a country by the World Health Organization.
It doesn’t have a recognized state religion.
In Russia, there’s no formal or unofficial church, but there are churches that exist.
In some cities, you may find the churches there.
They may be a church that is part of a community or a church of a particular kind.
In many cities, the churches may be run by people from the local community.
It may be that some churches have a lot of members and some don’t.
For many years, there have been many attempts to form a formal state church.
One such effort was led by Alexander Pushkin.
Alexander Pushkins attempt to form the first state church was a failure.
The first attempt to formalize a state church failed in 1918.
This led to the establishment of the State Orthodox Church of the Ukrainian Commonwealth in 1921.
The second attempt to officially formalize the Russian State Orthodox church was in 1959.
It was the third attempt to formally formalize this state church in 1965.
It took some time to formalise the Russian state church and it was the second attempt in 1990 to formalify the Russian Russian State Church.
Russia has a strong tradition of Orthodoxy.
There is a strong and powerful tradition of the Church of Russia and the Orthodox church is considered one of Russias largest religious groups.
The Church of God, which has a worldwide reach, has about 500 million members worldwide.
The church has around 2 million followers in the United States, with about 20 million members in Russia as well.
There are also many denominations that are not Orthodox in Russia that also have significant populations.
Russian President Vladimir Putin has been an avid proponent of religion in his country.
He has been a strong proponent of the creation of a state religion, which he says is important to his country and the country is in need of.
Religion in Russia is not always as straightforward as it might appear to outsiders.
There’s a lot to be said for the idea that the state religion has been in place for a long time.
There has been some controversy surrounding the establishment and the official recognition of the state church of Russia.
This controversy comes from a misunderstanding that is widespread among the Russian population about what the state of the church is.
In a society where people are divided into groups and there’s a huge amount of separation between different groups, the church can become something that divides the community.
The issue is that the official Church of China, for example, was created and it has no official status.
The official church in Russia has no recognition and there are many people who say that it’s a political statement.
They don’t think that it has any validity.
It does have a religious significance in the Russian culture and Russia is the second largest country in Russia in terms of the number of Orthodox churches.
In fact, Russia has more Orthodox churches than any other country in Europe and North America.
The number of people who call themselves Orthodox in their own country is very small.
In the Orthodox world, there aren’t many people that call themselves Catholics.
In Russian Orthodox countries, the Church is the state, and it doesn’t need to have any formal recognition from the state.
The state is not a religious institution, it’s not a state.
It can exist anywhere.
In other countries, they have different official religions.
For the most part, the number and number of different countries in the world that have official religions is very low.
For instance, India has a large number of religions that have their official religious status, and India is one of them.
But, in the Orthodox countries there is a lot more diversity in the number, and the number that are officially recognized in Russia are extremely small.
Religion has also become an issue in Russia when it comes to foreign policy.
Russia is a member of the United Nations Security Council and many of its members are countries that are quite active in foreign policy and