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~ Martyrs Killed in odium fidei under Communist Regimes ~

in Eastern Europe [3]

           

 

 

[1]          MYKOLAI CHARNETS’KYI AND 24 COMPANION MARTYRS

                FROM THE UKRAINIAN GREEK CATHOLIC CHURCH AND

                RUSSIAN BYZANTINE CATHOLIC CHURCH

               

               

        1.    LEONID F’ODOROV [ЛЕОНІД ФЬОДОРОВ]

                professed priest, Studites;

                        exarch of the Russian Byzantine Catholic Church

                born: 04 November 1879 in Saint Petersburg, Leningrad (Russia)

                died: 07 March 1935 in Vyatka, Kirov (Russia)

      

                Note: In Russian, the name is spelled “Леонід Федоров”,

                          which is Romanized as “Leonid Fedorov”.

                

        2.    ANDRII ISCHAK [АНДРІЙ ІЩАК] ***

                priest of the archeparchy of Lviv of the Ukrainians

                born: 20 September 1887 in Mykolayiv, Lviv (Ukraine)

                died: 26 June 1941 in Syhiv, Lviv (Ukraine)

           

       

        3.    MYKOLA KONRAD [МИКОЛА КОНРАД]

                priest of the archeparchy of Lviv of the Ukrainians; married

                born: 16 May 1876 in Strusiv, Ternopil (Ukraine)

        4.    VOLODYMYR IVANOVYCH PRYIMA

                        [ВОЛОДИМИР ІВАНОВИЧ ПРИЙМА] ***

                layperson of the archeparchy of Lviv of the Ukrainians; married

                born: 17 July 1906 in Stradch, Yavoriv, Lviv (Ukraine)

                died: 26 June 1941 in Stradch, Yavoriv, Lviv (Ukraine)

               

               

        5.    ZYNOVII KOVALYK [ЗИНОВІЙ КОВАЛИК] ***

                professed priest, Redemptorists

                born: 18 August 1903 in Ivakhiv, Ternopil (Ukraine)

                died: end of June 1941 in Lviv (Ukraine)

               

               

        6.    STEPAN BARANYK (SEVERIAN) [СТЕПАН БАРАНИК (СЕВЕРІЯН)] ***

                professed priest, Basilians of Saint Josaphat

                born: 18 July 1889 in Uhniv, Sokal, Lviv (Ukraine)

                died: end of June 1941 in Drohobych, Lviv (Ukraine)

               

               

        7.    IVAN SEN’KIV’SKYI (YAKYM) [ІВАН СЕНЬКІВСЬКИЙ (ЯКИМ)] ***

                professed priest, Basilians of Saint Josaphat

                born: 02 May 1896 in Haji Velyki, Ternopil (Ukraine)

                died: 29 June 1941 in Drohobych, Lviv (Ukraine)

               

               

        8.    OL’HA MATS’KIV (TARSYKIA) [ОЛЬГА МАЦЬКІВ (ТАРСИКІЯ)] ***

                professed religious, Sisters Servants of Mary Immaculate

                        (Ukrainian Greek Catholic Rite)

                born: 23 March 1919 in Khodoriv, Lviv (Ukraine)

                died: 17 July 1944 in Chervonohrad (a.k.a. Krystynopol), Lviv (Ukraine)

               

               

        9.    VOLODOMYR BAIRAK (VITALII) [ВОЛОДИМИР БАЙРАК (ВІТАЛІЙ)] ***

                professed religious, Basilians of Saint Josaphat

                born: 24 February 1907 in Shvaikivtsy, Ternopil (Ukraine)

                died: 21 April 1946 in Drohobych, Lviv (Ukraine)

               

               

        10.  HRYHORII KHOMYSHYN [ГРИГОРІЙ XОМИШИН] **

                eparch of Stanislaviv (now Ivano-Frankivsk)

                born: 25 March 1867 in Hadynkivtsi, Ternopil (Ukraine)

                died: 17 January 1947 in Kiev (Ukraine)

               

               

        11.  YOSAFAT KOTSYLOVS’KYI [ЙОСАФАТ КОЦИЛОВСЬКИЙ]

                professed priest, Basilians of Saint Josaphat;

                        eparch of Przemyśl-Warszawa

                born: 03 March 1876 in Pakoszówka (a.k.a. Pakoshivka), Sanok

                            (then in Ukraine; now in Poland)

                died: 17 November 1947 in Kyiv (Ukraine)

               

               

        12.  MYKYTA BUDKA [Микита БУДКА]

                auxiliary eparch of Lviv of the Ukrainians

                born: 07 June 1877 in Dobomirka, Zbarazh, Ternopil (Ukraine)

                died: 01 October 1949 in  Karaganda (a.k.a. Qaraghandy) (Kazakhstan)

               

               

        13.  ROMAN LYSKO [РОМАН ЛИСКО] ***

                priest of the archeparchy of Lviv of the Ukrainians; married

                born: 14 August 1914 in Horodok, Lviv (Ukraine)

                died: 14 October 1949 in Lviv (Ukraine)

               

               

        14.  HRYHORII LAKOTA [ГРИГОРІЙ ЛАКОТА]

                auxiliary eparch of Przemyśl-Warszawa

                born: 31 January 1883 in Holodivka, Lviv (Ukraine)

                died: 12 November 1950 in Abez, Vorkuta, Komi (Russia)

               

               

        15.  KLYMENTII SHEPTYTS’KYI [КЛИМЕНТІЙ ШЕПТИЦЬКИЙ] *

                professed priest, Ukrainian Studite Monks

                born: 17 November 1869 in Prylbychi, Lviv (Ukraine)

                died: 01 May 1951 in Vladimir (Russia)

               

               

        16.  MYKOLA TSEHEL’S’KYI [МИКОЛА ЦЕГЕЛЬСЬКИЙ] ***

                priest of the archeparchy of Lviv of the Ukrainians; married

                born: 17 December 1896 in Strusiv, Ternopil (Ukraine)

                died: 25 May 1951 in Javas, Mordovia (Russia)

               

               

        17.  OL’HA BIDA (OLIMPIA) [ОЛЬГА БІДА (ОЛІМПІА)] ***

                professed religious, Sisters of Saint Joseph, Spouse of the Blessed Virgin Mary

                born: 1903 in Tsebliv, Lviv (Ukraine)

                died: 28 January 1952 in Kharsk, Tomsk (Russia)

               

               

        18.  IVAN ZIATYK [ІВАН ЗЯТИК] ***

                professed priest, Redemptorists

                born: 26 December 1899 in Odrzechowa, Zarszyn (Poland)

                died: 17 May 1952 in Oserlag, Irkutsk (Russia)

               

               

        19.  LEVKADIA HARASYMIV (LAVRENTIA)

                        [ЛЕВКАДІЯ ГАРАСИМІВ (ЛАВРЕНТІА)] ***

                professed religious, Sisters of Saint Joseph, Spouse of the Blessed Virgin Mary

                born: 31 September 1911 in Rudnyky, Lviv (Ukraine)

                died: 28 August 1952 in Kharsk, Tomsk (Russia)

               

               

        20.  PETRO VERHUN [ПЕТРО ВЕРГУН]

                priest of the archeparchy of Lviv of the Ukrainians;

                        apostolic visitator for the Ukrainian Greek Catholics of Germany

                born: 18 November 1890 in Horodok, Lviv (Ukraine)

                died: 07 February 1957 in Anharck, Krasnoyarsk (Russia)

               

               

        21.  MYKOLAI CHARNETS’KYI [Миколай Чарнецький]

                professed priest, Redemptorists;

                        apostolic exarch of Volhynia and Pidliashia

                born: 14 December 1884 in Semakivtsi, Lviv (Ukraine)

                died: 02 April 1959 in Lviv (Ukraine)

               

               

        22.  OLEKSA ZARYTS’KYI [ОЛЕКСA ЗАРИЦЬКИЙ]

                priest of the archeparchy of Lviv of the Ukrainians

                born: 1912 in Bilchek, Lviv (Ukraine)

                died: 30 October 1963 in Karaganda (Kazakhstan)

               

               

        23.  SYMEON LUKACH [СИМЕОН ЛУКАЧ] ***

                eparch of the “clandestine” Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church

                born: 07 July 1893 in Starunya, Ivano-Frankivsk (Ukraine)

                died: 22 August 1964 in Ivano-Frankivsk (Ukraine)

               

               

        24.  IVAN SLEZIUK [ІВАН СЛЕЗЮК] ***

                eparch of the “clandestine” Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church

                born: 14 January 1896 in Zhyvachiv, Ivano-Frankivsk

                died: 22 August 1964 in Ivano-Frankivsk (Ukraine)

  

               

        25.  VASYL’ VSEVOLOD VELYCHKOVS’KYI

                        [ВАСИЛЬ ВСЕВОЛОД ВЕЛИЧКОВСЬКИЙ]

                professed religious, Redemptorists;

                        eparch of the “clandestine” Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church

                born: 01 June 1903 in Ivano-Frankivsk (Ukraine)    

                died: 30 July 1973 in Winnipeg, Manitoba (Canada)

               

               

                competent forum: Lviv of the Ukrainians and others

                CCS protocol number: 2256 (*  formerly prot. no. 2079; ** formerly prot. no. 2088)

                type of cause: martyrdom

                               

                nihil obstat: 18 March 1996 (*, **);

                                        13 October 1998;

                                        06 March 2001 (***)

                opening of diocesan inquiry:

                closing of diocesan inquiry:

                decree on validity of diocesan inquiry: 09 March 2001

                submission of Positio to CCS: 2001

                particular meeting of theological consultors: 06 April 2001

                session of cardinal and bishop members of the CCS: 23 April 2001

                promulgation of decree on martyrdom: 24 April 2001

                beatification:  27 June 2001

                               

                postulator:

                petitioner: Ukrainska Greko-Katolitska Tserkva, pl. Sviatoho Yura 5, Lviv 79000, UKRAINE

                                     [Українська Греко-Католицька Церква, пл. Святого Юра 5, Львів 79000, Україна]

                website:

                               

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