For those of you who know the literary works or life of Tolstoy, you will find this story from the NY Times this week rather depressing.  The Orthodox Church, in its wisdom, still can’t seem to practice that quintessential Christian virtue, forgiveness, when it comes to one of its greatest Christian writers.  Even if you have only seen ‘The Last Station’  this story should resonate.  See what you think.



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