Vladimiroff

Vlad·i·mir·off

(vlad'ē-mĭ-rof),
Vladimir D., Russian surgeon, 1837-1903. See: Mikulicz-Vladimiroff amputation, Vladimiroff-Mikulicz amputation.
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Christine Vladimiroff, who as prioress in 2001 refused to follow a Vatican order that she prohibit another member of her community from speaking at a conference advocating ordination of women, died Sept.
Of these, both Pierre Vladimiroff and Muriel Stuart taught at the School of American Ballet (and this writer took their classes).
Christine Vladimiroff, O.S.B., Prioress of the Monastery of the Benedictine Sisters of Erie, PA, who told it during her presidential address to the Leadership Conference of Women Religious in 2005.
And sadly, the brilliant roster of teachers are all gone except for the 97-year-old Antonina Tumkovsky and for Helene Dudin, whose teaching time has, naturally, been drastically reduced; and Andrei Kramarevsky, who doesn't teach girls, as Pierre Vladimiroff and Stanley Williams did.
The Vatican's Congregation for the Consecrated Life wrote her superior, Sister Christine Vladimiroff, the current prioress of the Benedictine Sisters of Erie, asking her to keep Sister Joan at home.
After two weeks, while I was taking Pierre Vladimiroff's class, Mr.
The Vatican had demanded that the prioress of Chittister's monastery, Christine Vladimiroff, issue the "precept of obedience" forbidding Chittister to speak, or face grave penalties herself.
Christine Vladimiroff, another former prioress of the Erie Benedictines, said, "Religious life was unnaturally large in the '40s, '50s and '60s." The downsizing, she believes, is in part due to shrinking family size.
In 2001, every sister in the community except one signed her name to Vladimiroff's letter declining a Vatican request to keep Erie Benedictine Sister Joan Chittister from addressing the Women's Ordination Worldwide Conference in Dublin.