Bishop of QiqiharYuvenaly. 1940s.
Surname, name, patronymic: Kilin, Ivan Kelsievich
Place of birth:
Arzamastseva village, Sarapul county
Place of death: city of Izhevsk
Date of birth:
Apr. 19, 1875 -
Date of death:
Dec. 28, 1958 -
Russian Orthodox Church Abroad
Russian Orthodox Church
from "Orthodox Churches
in Northern Manchuria"
Harbin, 1931, pg. 20
Yuvenaly (Kilin, Ivan Kelsievich), Archbishop of Izhevsk and Udmurtia.
Born on April 19, 1875 into a peasant family, in Arzamastseva, village Sarapul County.
Educated in Sarapulsky district school and pastoral-missionary courses in 1912-1917.
In 1896 he was admitted as a novice in a monastery Belogorskij Perm diocese.
July 2, 1900 tonsured a monk, and on July 23 ordained a hierodeacon.
February 12, 1902 ordained to the priesthood.
In 1903 appointed head of the Belogork metochion in Perm and was a member of the opening of the relics of the venerable Seraphim of Sarov.
In 1907 made a pilgrimage to Jerusalem and Mount Athos.
In 1910 - Economos of the bishop's house in the city of Perm.
Since 1911 - superior and builder of the male Tabor hermitage in Osinsky County.
July 19, 1912 elevated to the rank of igumen, and on 24 July 1916 - to the rank of Archimandrite and appointed Dean of the monasteries and convents of the Perm diocese.
On June 3, 1919 evacuated to the Far East, where he temporarily served as superior of the Verkhneudinsk Monastery.
March 1, 1920 moved to Harbin.
From 1 April 1921 - priest-in-charge of cemetery church and caretaker cemetery in Harbin.
On September 1, 1922 - Builder and superior ofthe Kazan Mother of God Monastery (under new constrction) (on Krestovsky Island) in Harbin.
January 1923, arrived in Serbia, where was he was superior of the Serbian monastery (Vitovnitsa).
From February 1924 - Superior of the Monastery in the Gandatensky settlement (New Madegou) in the Far East.
In 1929, for dilligent service was awarded the right to the superior of the Monastery in Harbin , being met with a staff and of the Holy Cross on a platter.
His labors created a printing press and a hospital at the monastery for monks and the poor.
February 16 (and according to "Journal of the MP" 1959, ? 2,. 31 - 21 January) in 1935 consecrated as bishop of Xinjiang (Chinese Turkestan).
Sent the serve the churches of the Spiritual Mission in the cities of Tianjin, Beijing and Shanghai until 1941.
From May 1941 - Bishop of Qiqihar and the superior of the Kazan Mother of God Monastery in Harbin.
October 1945, received into the Russian Mother Church.
From 1945 to 1947 audited the Theological Faculty at the St. Prince Vladimir Institute in Harbin.
From 1946 - Bishop of Shanghai.
In January 1947, arrived in his homeland and until June '47 was on retreat in the Pskov-Caves Monastery.
May 12, 1947 appointed Bishop of Chelyabinsk and Zlatoustov.
June 3, 1948 - Archbishop of Irkutsk and Chita.
February 21, 1949 - Archbishop of Omsk and Tyumen.
July 31, 1952 - Archbishop of Izhevsk and Udmurtia.
In February 1955 he was awarded the right to wear a cross on the klobuk.
Before his death, tonsured into the schema with the name John.
Died on December 28, 1958 in Izhevsk.
"JMP" 1945, ? 10,. 5, 1948, ? 9,. 40, 1949, ? 3,. 6, 1950, ? 9,. 56, 1952, ? 9,. 3, 1955, ? 3,. 8, 1957, ? 3,. 7, 1958, ? 11,. 10, 1959, ? 1,. 13, 1959, ? 2,. 31-32 (obituary).
"Journal of meetings. St. Blues." Number 5 on May 12, 1947, ? 2 dated February 21, 1949, ? 5 dated December 31, 1952, ? 2 dated March 5, 1959. 1.
"The Russian Orthodox Church," with. 44.
"Autobiography of Archbishop Juvenal (Kilin) on November 18, 1958."
G. Seide, Geschichte der ROK im Ausland, passim, 412 f.
Joh. Chrysostomus, Kirchengeschichte 111, 142.
Irenikon 11 (1934) 224 f; 12 (1935) 185.
N. Rklickoj, Zizneopisanie X, 31.
16/29.02. 1935 20th Century -
1941 The 20th century
05. 1941 20th Century -
1946 The 20th century
Diocese of Irkutsk
1948 20th Century -
1949 The 20th century
Diocese of Izhevsk
1952 20th Century -
1958 The 20th century
New homes kn Moscow Nights, nearby the river Desna.
"Beiguan", 1939., pp 72-73
front row from 4th from left:
Abp Victor, Bp Yuvenaly
group photo from
"Orthodoxy in China", pg. 131