Home for retired clergy opens in Moscow suburbs

Pionersky, Moscow Province, Russia, April 4, 2024

Photo: gusn.mosreg.ru Photo: gusn.mosreg.ru     

A new home for retired clergy recently opened in the Moscow suburbs, and another is under construction.

The new 3-story home, in the village of Pionersky, northwest outside of Moscow, can house up to 15 retired clerics, reports the State Construction Supervisory Directorate for the Moscow Province.

The building was constructed by Bozhedomye (House of God), a publica organization dedicated to social assistance for those in need. The new home is located on the territory of a cultural and health complex.

The complex also includes a church dedicated to St. Sophia and her daughters Faith, Hope, and Love, adapted for people with limited mobility, a children’s hospice, and a rehabilitation center for children with special needs.

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