Cite: Adam Radosław Suławka, Rosyjska i rosyjskojęzyczna prasa religijna w II Rzeczypospolitej, "Kultura - Media - Teologia", 2012( 10) nr 3, s. 59-88.
In pre-war Poland were printed 46 religious press titles in russian language. Half of them were adressed to the orthodox christians; but many were also adressed to the protestants (baptists, evangelicalists or members of Seventh-day Adventist Church), a few of them were adressed to the neo-uniatist catholics and two of them to the „stefanowcy”; members of small religious sect led by Stefan Bochoniuk. Not always this magazines were adressed to the Russians, for example protestans missionars printed religious magazines for Belorussians and Ukrainians which lived in east borders of Polish state in Russian language, because they didn't know Belorussian and Ukrainian language. Also orthodox magazines often were read by Belorusians, Ukrainians and Poles of orthodox confession.