Patriarch Joasaphus II of Moscow
Joasaph was archimandrite of the Rozhdestvenskii (Nativity) Monastery in Vladimir from 1654 to April 25, 1656, when he was named archimandrite of the Trinity-St. Sergius Lavra. In 1666, he was a member of the court that tried Patriarch Nikon and deposed him, although it also approved his reforms that had led to the Old Believer Schism.
- Makarii (Bulgakov), Istoriia russkoi tserkvi (Moscow) vol. XII, pp. 760-792. (in Russian)
- Joasaph's biography (in Russian)
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