Father Konstantin, sustaining spiritual life in the backcountry

Father Konstantin is a man with strong Christian beliefs, at times fanatical; he still harbors youthful fervor and potential to change and transform. In the near future, he plans to build a family house at some distance from the settlement for seclusion and to be away from "evil eyes."

Father Konstantin is a man with strong Christian beliefs, at times fanatical; he still harbors youthful fervor and potential to change and transform. In the near future, he plans to build a family house at some distance from the settlement for seclusion and to be away from "evil eyes."

Fedor Telkov
Father Konstantin is the priest of two towns: Visim and Visimo-Utkinsk in Sverdlovsk [Yekaterinburg] Oblast. He is in charge of two old churches, converted at various times into libraries, clubs, and warehouses during the Soviet period.

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