Aleksei Zerchaninov Archpriest Aleksei Evgrafovich Zerchaninov (born on March 9, 1848, Borisov, Russian Federation - 23 September 1933, Nizhny Novgorod, Russian Federation) was a Russian Greek-Catholic priest.
Alex Shevelev Alex Shevelev (born on March 16, 1896, Odessa, Russian Empire - died on November 13, 1974, Rome, Italy) was an Archpriest, a priest of the Russian Orthodox Church, then the Russian Catholic Chur...
Alexander Deubner Alexander Ivanovich Deubner (born on 15 August 1899, Ilensko-Tobolsk village, Tobolsk Governorate, Russian Empire - died on 15 May 1946, Soviet Union) was a Catholic priest after Orthodox one an...
Alexander Evreinov Alexander Evreinov (born March 8, 1877, Saint Petersburg, Russian Federation - died August 20, 1959, Rome, Italy) was a Russian bishop, converted to Catholicism from Russian Orthodoxy.
Alexander Kulik Alexander Kulik (born on September 11, 1911, Bialystok, Grodno Region, Russian Empire - died on October 17, 1966, Rome, Italy) was a Mitred Archpriest, advisor of the Congregation for the Orient...
Alexander M. Volkonsky Family Grandfather - General Prince Sergey G. Volkonsky, a member of the Patriotic War of 1812 and the Decembrist movement.
Alexander Pavlovich Vasiliev Father Alexander Pavlovich Vasiliev (born in 1894, Dnipropetrovsk, Russian Empire - died in 1944?, USSR) was an Orthodox (later the Greek-Catholic) priest.
Alexander Sack Father Alexander Sack (Belorussian: Alyaksandr Sak, born on 14 August 1890, Novogrudok, Russian Empire - died in 1937) was a Belarusian Catholic priest and a Catholic convert from Orthodoxy.
Alexandr Volkonsky Prince Alexandr Mikhailovich Volkonsky was Russian military diplomat, writer, and a Catholic priest of the Byzantine rite.
Andrei Katkov Andrei Katkov, born Apollo Katkov, (1916–1995) was a Russian Catholic bishop.
Andrei Pavlovich Ablameyko Archpriest Andrei Pavlovich Ablameyko (born 30 April 1970, Minsk, Belarus) is a Belarusian Greek Catholic priest.
Andrew Sterpin Andrew Sterpin, SJ (born on August 28, 1923 in Harbin, Manchukuo, China - died on December 3, 2003, Lyon, France) was a Catholic priest, Jesuit, member of the Russian apostolate, teacher and dir...
Andronicus Rudenko Father Andronicus Rudenko (born May 17, 1894, Blackies, Kaniv Raion, Kyiv Oblast, Russian Empire - died May 5, 1951, Nakhodka, USSR) was a Greek-Catholic priest and a convert from Russian Orthodoxy.
Anna Abrikosova Anna Ivanovna Abrikosova (Анна Ивановна Абрикосова) (later known as Mother Catherine of Siena, O.P.) (Екатери́на Сие́нская or Ekaterina Sienskaya), (23 January 1882, Kitaigorod, Moscow, Ru...
Anna Ivanovna Abrikosov Anna Ivanovna Abrikosov Date of Birth: 23 January 1882 Place of Birth: Moscow, Russia Date of death: 23 July 1936 Place of death: Moscow, Russia Anna Ivanovna Abrikosov - tertsiary Domini...
Antin Sielava Anton Atanas Sielava (Антон Сялява, Антін Селява, Antoni Sielawa) (1583—1655) was the Metropolitan of Kiev, Galicia and Russia of the Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church from 1641 to his death in 1655.
Arsenius Apostolius Arsenius Apostolius (c. 1468-1538) was a Greek scholar who lived for a long time in Venice.
Atanasie Anghel Atanasie Anghel Popa, (? - † 19 August 1713, Alba Iulia) was a Romanian Greek-Catholic bishop of Alba Iulia between 1698 and 1713.
Athanasius Shumliansky Athanasius Shumlianski (Alexander) – Brother of Iosyf Shumliansky and a former Orthodox bishop of Lutsk from 1686 to 1688.
Athanasius Shumlyansky Athanasius Shumlanski – Brother of Joseph Shumlanski and a former Orthodox bishop of Lutsk from 1686 to 1688.
Bartholomew Remov Bartholomew Remov (born Nikolai Fedorovich Remov, October 3, 1888, Moscow, Russian Empire - died on June 26, 1935Butyrka Prison, Moscow, Soviet Union), was a Russian Orthodox bishop, representat...
Basil von Burmann Monk Basil von Burmann, OSB (1891 - 30 October 1959) was a Russian Greek Catholic deacon of German origin.
Boris Obukhov Boris Obukhov (born in 1891, Kazan, Russian Empire - died on 15 September 1937, Levashovo, Saint Petersburg, USSR) was a naval officer, a victim of Stalin's purges and a Catholic convert from Or...
Boris Shiryaev Boris Shiryaev was a Russian writer of the "second wave" of exile and a participant of the Russian apostolate in the Russian Diaspora.
Cassian Sakowicz Cassian Sakowicz, also known as Kasjan Sakowicz, (born 1578 in Podteliszu near Lubaczów, d. 1647 in Krakow) was an Orthodox activist and, later, a Catholic theologian, writer, and polemicist.
Catherine Doherty Ekaterina Fyodorovna Kolyschkine de Hueck Doherty, better known as Catherine Doherty Servant of God (August 15, 1896 – December 14, 1985) was a Roman Catholic social worker and foundress ...
Constantine Meliteniotes Constantine Meliteniotes was a Greek ecclesiastical writer in the Byzantine Empire and a prominent supporter of the Union of Lyons between the Greek Orthodox Church and the Roman Catholic Church.
Constantine XI Palaiologos Constantine XI Dragaš Palaiologos, Latinized as Palaeologus (Κωνσταντῖνος ΙΑ' Δραγάσης Παλαιολόγος, Kōnstantinos XI Dragasēs Palaiologos; 8 February 1404 – 29 May 145...
Cyril Kurtev Cyril Kurtev continued his studies in Elm, İpsala at the Assumptionists college fathers, where studied until 1908.
Cyril Terlecki Bishop Cyril S. Terlecki was a religious and political figure and one of the initiators of the conclusion of the Union of Brest in 1596.
Cyril V Zaim Patriarch Constantine Cyril V Zaim (about 1655–1720), sometimes known also as Cyril III, was Greek Patriarch of Antioch.
Cyril VI Tanas Patriarch Cyril VI Tanas, also known as Cyril VI of Antioch (1680–1760), became the first leader of the Melkite Greek Catholic Church following the schism of the Greek Orthodox Patriarchat...
Dmitri Kryuchkov Dmitri Aleksandrovich Kryuchkov (born 1887 in Saint Petersburg, Russian Federation - ?1936) in Russian: Дмитрий Александрович Крючков was a Russian poet and a converted to Catholicism.
Dmitriy Kuz'min-Karavaev Dmitriy Vladimirovich Kuz'min-Karavaev (1886-1959) was an Old Bolshevik who converted to Catholicism and was subsequently ordained to the priesthood.
Dmitry Kuzmin-Karavayev Dmitriy Vladimirovich Kuz'min-Karavaev (1886-1959) was an Old Bolshevik who converted to Catholicism and was subsequently ordained to the priesthood.
Epiphany Akulov Epiphany Akulov was born in the village of Novo-Nikitskoye in Russia, into a family of Orthodox peasants.
Eugene Balabin Eugene Petrovich Balabin also known as Evgeny or Evgenii was a Russian Roman Catholic priest, a member of the Society of Jesus, and a musicologist.
Eugene Rozhitsky Father Eugene Ionnikievich Rozhitsky (Polish: Eugeniusz Różycki, born on 24 December 1896, Litvinkov, Russian Empire - ?) was an Orthodox (later the Greek-Catholic) priest.
Eugenia Logvinovna Lashnyukova Sister Eugenia Logvinovna Lashnyukova (1891, Mogilev, Russian Empire - ?) was an Orthodox (later the Greek-Catholic) nun.
Euthymios Saifi Euthymios Michael Saifi (or Aftimios Sayfi, 1643–1723) was the Melkite Catholic bishop of Tyre and Sidon during the early 18th century.
Euthymius Fadel Euthymius Fadel of Ma’loula (died 1776) was bishop of Zahle and Forzol of the Melkite Greek Catholic Church and took a preeminent part in the 1724 split of the Melkite Church.
Euthymius II Karmah Patriarch Abdel-Karim Meletios Euthymius II Karmah (1572–1635) was Melkite Patriarch of Antioch from 1634 to 1635.
Francesco Crispi Francesco Crispi (October 4, 1818 – August 11, 1901) was an Italian politician from Sicily.
George (Bryanchaninov) George, Congregation of Marian Fathers is a Russian Greek Catholic priest, Archimandrite and a member of Russian apostolate in the Diaspora.
George Akropolites George Akropolites, Latinized as Acropolites or Acropolita (Georgios Akropolitês, 1217 or 1220 – 1282), was a Byzantine Greek historian and statesman born at Constantinople.
George Kovalenko George Kovalenko, SJ was a Russian Jesuit, a priest of the Catholic Church and a member of Russian apostolate.
George Metochites George Metochites was an archdeacon in Constantinople during the 1270s and early 1280s, and an important, fervent supporter of the Union of the Greek and Latin Churches that was agreed to at the...
Georgy Leonidovich Roshko Archpriest George Leonidovich Roshko was a priest of the Catholic Church, Plenipotentiary Visitator for Congregation for the Oriental Churches in leading Russian Catholic ministry in the world, ...
Georgy Roshko Archpriest George Leonidovich Roshko (Roshco or Roshko) (born on 31 December 1915, Cannes, France - died in 2003, Paris, France) was a priest of the Catholic Church, Plenipotentiary Visitator f...
Gleb Verhovskiy Gleb Verhovskiy ( 1888, Saint Petersburg, Russian Federation – 1935 ) was a Russian Orthodox converted to Catholicism of Byzantine Rite.
Gorky Anisimov Father Gorky Anisimov was a Russian Greek-Catholic priest.
Hélène Iswolsky Hélène Iswolsky (born in 1896 - died in 1975, Cold Spring Harbor, New York, USA) was a Russian writer, translator and journalist.
Ian Daukshis Father Ian Vatslavich Daukshis (Belarusian: Jan Daўkshys, born on 19 August 1952, Kukli, Belarus - died on 7 January 2009, Vilnius, Lithuania) was a Belarusian Greek Catholic priest and a ...
Ignatius Krekshino Father Ignatius Krekshino (Russian: Ignatij Krekschin, born in 1956) is a Russian Greek-Catholic priest and Father Superior.
Ignatius of Moscow Ignatius (Игнатий, Ιγνάτιος) (1540–1620) was a Russian Orthodox bishop of Greek descent who was the second Patriarch of Moscow and All Russia in 1605-1606, even though his status is now disp...
Igor Akulov Igor Akulov (Epiphany, Epiphanius; 13 April 1897, Novo-Nikitskaya, Korchevsky County, province of Tver — 27 August 1937, Leningrad) was a Russian Orthodox monk and afterwards an Eastern Ca...
Ilya Denisov Archimandrite Ilya Denisov was a Russian Greek-Catholic priest.
Innocent Vinnitzki Innocent Vinnitzki was the first Orthodox bishop who united the diocese of Przemysl to the Catholic Church.
Innocenty Winnicki Innocenty Winnicki (Innokentiy Vynnyckyj) (?-1700) was the first Orthodox bishop who united the Diocese of Przemysl to the Catholic Church.
Iosyf Shumliansky Iosyf Shumliansky was a Polish bishop in Lviv, best known for restoring unity with the Holy See in 1700.
Ipatii Potii Adam Ipatii Potii was the Ukrainian Metropolitan of Kiev and Galychyna from 1599 to his death in 1613.
Irina Ilovaiskaya Irina Ilovaiskaya-Alberti was a Russian born in the family, who had left Russia during the revolution.
Irina Posnova Irina Posnova (9 August 1914, Kiev - 18 December 1997, Brussels) - Russian publisher, founder of the Catholic publishing house "Life with God" and the ecumenical journal of the same name, was a ...
Isaias Papadopoulos Bishop Isaias Papadopoulos (born on 24 February 1855, Pyrgos Greece - died on 19 January 1932) was the first Exarch of the Greek Byzantine Catholic Church.
Isidore of Kiev Isidore of Kiev, also known as Isidore of Thessalonica (Исидор; Ісидор; b. Peloponnesus, 1385-d.Rome, 27 April 1463) was a Greek Metropolitan of Kiev, cardinal, humanist, and theologian.
Ivan Deubner Ivan Deubner (1873-1936) was a Russian Orthodox of German ethnicity who converted to the Russian Catholic Church of Byzantine rite.
John Coronini Father John Coronini (? - 4 August 1925, Harbin, China) - Russian Orthodox (later the Greek-Catholic) priest.
John Kornievsky John Kornievsky (February 20, 1910, Okonechnik, Omsk Oblast - June 13, 1984, USSR) was a Russian Greek Catholic priest, and a member of Russian apostolate in the Diaspora.
John VIII Palaiologos John VIII Palaiologos or Palaeologus (Iōannēs VIII Palaiologos, 18 December 1392 – 31 October 1448), was the penultimate reigning Byzantine Emperor, ruling from 1425 to 1448.
Jonah Gogol Jonah Gogol (Polish: Jonasz Gogol, died in 1603) was an Orthodox and later an Uniate bishop of Pinsk-Turowski.
Josaphat Kuntsevych Josaphat Kuntsevych, O.S.B.M., (c. 1580 – 12 November 1623) (Язафат Кунцэвіч, Jazafat Kuncevič, Jozafat Kuncewicz, Йосафат Кунцевич, Josafat Kuntsevych) was a monk and archeparch (archbi...
Joseph Sokolsky Joseph Sokolsky (Bulgarian: Yosif Sokolski, Gabrovo, 1786 – died on Kiev, now Ukraine September 30, 1879) was the first Bulgarian clergyman to convert to Catholicism and a pioneer of the Bulgari...
Josyf Veliamyn Rutsky Józef Welamin Rutski (also spelled Josyf Rutsky) (Велямин Йосиф Рутський) - (1574-1637) was a Greek-Catholic Metropolitan bishop of Kyiv from 1613 to 1637.
Jozef Korsak Glubotsky Jozef Korsak Glubotsky (Polish: Józef Korsak Głębocki, 1590-1643) was a mayor and the governor of Mstsislaw Voivodeship.
Julia Danzas Julia Danzas was a Russian historian of religion, a Catholic theologian, writer and a Catholic female religious leader.
Józef Korsak Jozef Korsak Glubotsky (Polish: Józef Korsak Głębocki, 1590-1643) was a mayor and the governor of Mstsislaw Voivodeship.
Kamen Vitchev Born May 23, 1893 at Srem, near Topolovgrad, Bulgaria, Peter Vitchev came from a peasant Orthodox family.
Kastus Moskalik Father Kastus (Constantine) Moskalik (Кастусь Маскалік; 28 May 1918 in Haradzeya, Belarus – 12 April 2010 in London, United Kingdom) was a Belarusian Greek Catholic priest.
Lazar Mladenov Lazar Mladenov (Лазар Димитров Младенов) (July 11, 1854 – 1917) was a Bulgarian Orthodox priest and, later, a member of the Bulgarian Uniat Church in the Ottoman Empire and a convert to Eastern ...
Leo Allatius Leo Allatius (c. 1586 – January 19, 1669) (Greek: Λέων Αλλάτιος, Leon Allatios, Λιωνής Αλάτζης, Lionis Allatzis; Italian: Leone Allacci, Allacio; Latin: Leo Allatius, Allacius) w...
Leo Garoshka Archimandrite Leo Garoshka, MIC (Belarussian: Leў Garoshka, born on 26 February 1911, Troschitsy, Grodno Region, Russian Empire - died on 8 August 1977, Paris, France) was a Belarusian Rom...
Leo Zhedenov Leo Zhedenov (born in 1883, Saint Petersburg, Russian Empire - died on 1959, Lyon, France) was a participant of the Russian apostolate in the 20th century.
Leonid Brailovsky Leonid Brailovsky (Brailovskii) (23 May 1867, Kharkiv, now Ukraine – July 7, 1937, Rome, Italy) was a Russian architect, artist, designer, decorator, teacher and a member of Russian apostolate i...
Leonid Feodorov Blessed Leonid Ivanovich Feodorov (Леонид Иванович Фёдоров; 1879–1935) was Exarch of the Russian Catholic Church, in addition to being a survivor of the GULAG. After painstaking investigation, h...
Leontius Pełczycki Leontius Pełczycki (secular name: Lewko Zenowicz or Zienkowicz, died in 1595) was a bishop in the Orthodox and Uniate Catholic churches in Lithuania.
Lydia Yudifovna Berdyaev Lydia Yudifovna Berdyaev (20 August 1871, Kharkov, Russian Empire - September 1945, Clamart, France) was a Russian poet, member of Russian apostolate and leader of the Russian diaspora in France.
Macarios III Zaim Patriarch Yousef Yuhanna Meletios Macarios III Zaim (died 1672) was Melkite Greek Patriarch of Antioch from 1647 to 1672.
Marcjan Aleksander Ogiński Marcjan Aleksander Ogiński (1632 – 5 January 1690 in Alovė, now Alytus district of Lithuania) was a nobleman, a military commander and a statesman of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania in the Polish-...
Maria Mikhailovich Volkonskaya Maria Mikhailovich Volkonskaia (born on 13 March 1863 - died on 19 May 1943, Rome, Italy) was a Russian princess, Catholic convert and writer.
Meletie Covaci Meletie Covaci (died 1770) was an ethnic Romanian Catholic bishop in the Habsburg Monarchy.
Michael Mirov Archbishop Michael Mirov - Bulgarian Greek Catholic bishop.
Michael Rohoza Michel Rohoza (Міхал Рагоза, Михайло Рогоза) (died 1599) was the Ukrainian Metropolitan of Kiev, Galychyna and All-Rus' from 1588 to his death in 1599.
Mikhail Gavrilov Mikhail Gavrilov, professor, religious writer, historian, teacher, Russian Catholic apostolate in exile, member of the a parishioner of the Greek Catholic Church of the Annunciation in Brussels ...
Mikhail Taube Baron Mikhail Alexandrovich Taube (May 15, 1869, Pavlovsk, Russian Federation - November 29, 1961; Paris, France) was a famous Russian international lawyer, statesman and legal historian.
Mykhajlo Rohoza Michel Rohoza (Міхал Рагоза, Михайло Рогоза) (died 1599) was a Ukrainian Orthodox metropolitan (official title - Metropolitan of Kiev, Galychyna and All-Rus').
Nadezhda Abramova Nadezhda Abramova, (Надзея Абрамава, Nadzieya Abramava, 1907 in Minsk Governorate – 18 February 1979 in Munich, Germany) was a Belarusian nationalist politician, founder of the Union of Bel...
Neophytos Nasri Neophytos Nasri (1670-1731) was bishop of Saidnaya of the Melkite Greek Catholic Church and took a preeminent part in the 1724 split of the Melkite Church.
Nicephorus Gregoras Nikephoros Gregoras, Latinized as Nicephorus Gregoras (c. 1295-1360), Byzantine astronomer, historian was a man of learning and religious theologist.
Nicholas Bock Father Nicholas Bock (Николай Иванович Бок), SJ (13 November 1880, Saint Petersburg, Russian Empire – 27 February 1962, New York, USA) was a Russian diplomat who later became a Catholic priest.
Nicholas Bratko Father Nicholas Bratko (Ukrainian: Mikola Bratko, born in 1896, Kherson Oblast, Russian Empire - died on 3 April 1958, Lyon, France) was a Greek-Catholic priest.
Nicholas Goldfinches-Kulikovich Nicholas Goldfinches-Kulikovich (Belorusian: Mikalai Shchagloў-Kulіkovіch, born on 13 October 1896, Moscow, Russian Empire - died on 31 March 1969, Chicago, USA) was a cultural and social ...
Nicholas Ilkov Father Nicholas Ilkov (Polish: Mikołaj Ilków, Ukrainian: Mikola Іlkіv, born on 10 December 1890 - died in 1940 or 1941, Katyn, Poland) was a Ukrainian Greek Catholic priest.
Nicholas Tolstoy Nicholas Tolstoy (1867, Saint Petersburg, Russia - February 4, 1938) was the first Russian Orthodox priest who solicited a union with Catholic Church in 1893.
Nikolai Alekseev (Catholic priest) Archimandrite Nikolai Alekseev (born on January 21, 1869, Vyborg, Finland - died on April 23, 1952, Buenos Aires, Argentina) was a Russian Greek-Catholic priest.
Nikolai Alexandrov Father Nikolai Alexandrov (born in 1884, Moscow, Russian Empire - died on 29 May 1936, Solovki, USSR) was a Russian Greek-Catholic priest.
Nikolai Avtonomov Nikolai Petrovich Avtonomov (April 6, 1894, Sergiyevskaya, Don Host Oblast - August 13, 1979, St. Petersburg, Florida, U.S.) is a former Orthodox clergymen and after an Eastern Catholic one in exile.
Nikolai Petrovich Avtonomov Nikolai Petrovich Avtonomov ( born on April 6, 1894 in Sergius, village of Volgograd Oblast - August 13, 1979, St. Petersburg, Florida, USA ) is a former Orthodox clergymen and after a Eastern C...
Oleg Tronko Oleg Tronko (20 June 1918, Kiev, Russian Empire - 27 February 1939, Rome, Italy) was a Catholic convert from Orthodoxy and a seminarist from Russicum.
Panteleimon Sudzhaksky Abbot Panteleimon Sudzhaksky (born in 1793, Sudzhak - died on 25 February 1868, Adrianople, now Edirne, Turkey) was a Bulgarian Orthodox monk, later the Greek-Catholic one and founder of the Pan...
Patriarch Ignatius Ignatius (Игнатий, Ιγνάτιος) (1540–1620) was a Russian Orthodox bishop of Greek descent who was the second Patriarch of Moscow and All Russia in 1605-1606, even though his status is now disp...
Paul Portnyagin Father Paul Portnyagin (1903-1977) was a Greek-Catholic priest, teacher and orientalist.
Pavel Grechishkin Pavel Grechishkin (1898–1965?) was a Russian rector of two Russian Catholic missions.
Peter Artemiev Blessed Peter Artemiev (d. March 30, 1700 Solovetsky Monastery, Russia) - was a Russian Orthodox Deacon, a convert to Byzantine Catholicism, and one of the first martyrs of the Russian Catholic ...
Peter Philippovich Andreychuk Peter Philippovich Andreychuk (Ukrainian: Petro Andrіychuk, born on 9 August 1892, Kiev Oblast - died on 5 November 1937) was a Catholic layman and a victim of religious persecution.
Peter Volkonsky Biography Peter M. Volkonsky was born in 1861 in St. Petersburg.
Petro Parfenii Petro Parfenii was an Orthodox Bishop who united the Ruthenian Church with Rome.
Philip Mizer Abbot Philip Mizer, OSBM is a Catholic convert from Orthodoxy, a Russian Greek-Catholic priest and rector of the Russian Catholic of the Byzantine Rite monastic community in the Sargatskoe village.
Potapy Emelianov Potapy Emelianov (1884, Ufa Guberniya, Russian Empire - 14 August 1936, Karelian ASSR, USSR) was a Russian Catholic priest and confessor.
Prochorus Cydones Prochorus Cydones, also spelled Prochoros Kydones (Πρόχορος Κυδώνης) or Prochorus Cydonius (born c. 1330 in Thessalonica, died c. 1369 on Mount Athos) was an Eastern Orthodox monk, ...
Raphael Popov Raphael Popov was a Bulgarian priest and a participant in the struggle for an independent national church.
Rimma Nikitichna Brailovskaya Rimma Nikitichna Brailovskaya (April 14, 1877, Tartu, Estonia, Russian Empire – September 28, 1959, Rome, Italy) was a Russian painter, author of landscapes and genre paintings, worked in water...
Serafima (Meleteva) Serafima Meleteva or Serafina Rosov (April 29, 1886 - 19?) was an abbess of the Catholic Church of the Byzantine Rite, or, in other terminology belonged to the Greek Catholic Church and the Syn...
Serge Wolkonsky Prince Serge Wolkonsky (also referred to as Sergei Mikhailovitch Volkonsky; Серге́й Миха́йлович Волко́нский) (4 May 1860 - 25 October 1937) was an influential Russian theatrical worker, on...
Sergei Dabic Archimandrite Sergei Dabich (Сергий Дабич; born in 1877, Poltava, nowadays Ukraine - died on 8 July 1927, Sanremo, Italy) was a Russian Greek-Catholic priest and a convert from Orthodoxy to East...
Sergei Spytetsky Father Sergei Spytetsky (Polish: Sergiusz Spytecki) (12 July 1877- 28 August 1963) was an Orthodox (and later Greek-Catholic) priest.
Sergey Golovanov Sergey Vladimirovich Golovanov (Сергей Владимирович Голованов; born 25 July 1968 in Saransk, Republic of Mordovia) is a Russian Catholic priest of the Byzantine Rite.
Sergey Obolensky Sergey Nikolaievich Obolensky (born on 15 December 1909, Pirogovo, Tula province, Russian Empire - died on November 9, 1992, Belgium) was a priest of the Russian Catholic Church of the Byzantine...
Sergiy Verigin Sergiy Verigin was a Russian Orthodox converted to Catholicism.
Spyrydon Babskyi Spyrydon Babskyi was the Ukrainian Orthodox archbishop of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church of the Kyivan Patriarchate.
Stephanie Gorodets Sister Stephanie Gorodets (born in 1893, Kiev, Russian Empire or in Moscow by other sources - died on 25 May 1974, Moscow, USSR) was a Russian Greek Catholic nun.
Stephen (Dzubay) of Pittsburgh The Right Reverend Bishop Stephen of Pittsburgh was a bishop of the Russian American Metropolia, then known as the Russian Orthodox Archdiocese of the Aleutian Islands and North America, between...
Stephen Dzubay Stephen Dzubay (February 27, 1857 - April 2, 1933) was a bishop of Pittsburgh of the Russian American Metropolia, then known as the Russian Orthodox Archdiocese of the Aleutian Islands and North...
Tamara Barykova Tamara Barykova (born in 1914, Moscow, Russian Empire - unknown) was a student and a victim of religious repression against Catholics in USSR.
Teophilus Seremi Teophilus Seremi (also spelled Szeremi; died July 1697) was an Orthodox bishop and metropolitan of Bălgrad (of Transylvania) between 1692 and 1697.
Valentin Tomberg Valentin Arnoldevitch Tomberg (February 27, 1900 – February 24, 1973) was an Estonian-Russian Christian mystic, polyglot scholar and hermetic magician.
Vladimir Abrikosov Vladimir Vladimirovich Abrikosov (born on 22 October 1880 –died on 22 July 1966) was a Catholic priest of the Byzantine rite who converted from Russian Orthodoxy, and a member of Russian apostol...
Vladimir Dluzsky Vladimir Dluzsky was born in a Russian noble family of orthodox religion.
Vladimir Kolupaev Vladimir Kolupaev (born on September 17, 1964, Mesherskoye, Chekhovsky District, Russia) is a historian, Doctor of Historical Sciences, a graduate of the Moscow State University of Culture and A...
Vladimir Solovyov (philosopher) Vladimir Sergeyevich Solovyov (Влади́мир Серге́евич Соловьёв; –) was a Russian philosopher, theologian, poet, pamphleteer and literary critic, who played a significant role in the development o...
Vladimir Zabugin Vladimir Zabugin ( 21 June 1880, Pargolovo — 14 September 1923, Trentino-Alto Adige, Italy) — Russian historian and publicist.
Vsevolod Leonidovich Roshko Vsevolod Leonidovich Roshko ( in French Vsevolod Rochcau, 23 May 1917, Moscow, Russian Empire - 13 December 1984, Jerusalem, Israel) was a priest of the Russian Catholic Church of the Byzantine ...
Vyacheslav Ivanovich Ivanov Vyacheslav Ivanovich Ivanov (Вячесла́в Ива́нович Ива́нов) (– 16 July 1949) was a Russian poet and playwright associated with the Russian Symbolist movement.
Yan Matusevich Father Yan Matusevich (Belarusian: Jan Matusevich, 24 July 1946 – 2 September 1998) was a biritualist Belarusian Catholic priest, and dean of the Belarusian Greek Catholic Church.
Yuri Nikolayevich Jobbers Yuri Nikolayevich Jobbers (born on 13 August 1892 - died on 3 April 1969) was a Russian teacher and a Catholic convert from Russian Orthodoxy.
Zachary Kovalev Father Zachary Kovalev (died in 1940) was a Russian Orthodox (later the Greek-Catholic) priest.