Alexis van der Mensbrugghe (1899-1980) was an archbishop in the Church of Russia.
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Originally from Belgium, he was a Roman Catholic Benedictine monk in the monastery at Amay-sur-Met. At his repose, he was living in Germany as a bishop of the Church of Russia.
- From Dyad to triad: A Plea for Duality Against Dualism and an Essay Towards the Synthesis of Orthodoxy (London, 1935)
- La liturgie orthodoxe de rit occidental: Essai de restauration (Paris, 1948)
- L'Expositio missæ Gallicanæ, est-elle de Saint Germain de Paris, d. 576? (Paris, 1959)
- Missel orthodoxe de rit occidentale Gallican et Italique (Paris, 1962)
- W. Jardine Grisbrooke, “Obituaries: Archbishop Alexis van der Mensbrugghe” in Sobornost 4.2 (1981), 212-216.