- 65 min.
“In order to be martyred and die for the faith, a person must feel the reality of the existence of God and the reality of the other world,” say the descendants of those who were martyred for the Orthodox faith in the middle of the 20th century. The Church has already canonized some of these murdered as New Martyrs and Confessors of Russia. Their children and grandchildren are trying to figure out how their holy relatives related to the main issues of life: the relationship between a man and a woman, the sacrament of marriage, the upbringing of children, death, suffering, sacrifice. And how much all this was passed on to them, the descendants of modern saints.