Ioan Bob
Ioan Bob, (1739 – 2 October, 1830) was Bishop of Făgăraş and Primate of the Romanian Greek Catholic Church from 1783 to his death in 1830.
Ioan Bob was born from a noble Romanian family in October...
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Ioan Giurgiu Patachi
Ioan Giurgiu Patachi (or Latin: Ioannes Nemes de Pataki, 1680–1727) was Bishop of Făgăraş and Primate of the Romanian Greek Catholic Church from 1721 to his death in 1727.
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Alexandru Rusu
Alexandru Rusu (November 22, 1884 – May 9, 1963) was a Romanian bishop of the Greek-Catholic Church. One of twelve children born to a priest in Șăulia Commune, Mureş County, he was himself ordai...
Alexandru Sterca-Șuluțiu
Alexandru Sterca-Șuluțiu, also called Alexandru Sterca-Șuluțiu de Cărpiniș (February 15, 1794 – September 7, 1867), was an ethnic Romanian Eastern Catholic cleric in Imperial Austrian Transylvan...
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Atanasie Anghel
Atanasie Anghel Popa, (? - † 19 August 1713, Alba Iulia) was a Romanian Greek-Catholic bishop of Alba Iulia between 1698 and 1713. He was the successor to Teophilus Seremi in the seat of Mitropoliei ...
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Teophilus Seremi
Teophilus Seremi (also spelled Szeremi; died July 1697) was an Orthodox bishop and metropolitan of Bălgrad (of Transylvania) between 1692 and 1697. His name was Thomas Seremi layman and was part of th...
Ioan Vancea
Ioan Vancea (Hungarian: Vancsa János; May 18, 1820—July 31, 1892) was an Austro-Hungarian ethnic Romanian bishop of the Greek-Catholic Church. Born to noble parents in Văşad, Bihor County, h...
Alexandru Nicolescu
Alexandru Nicolescu (July 8, 1882—June 5, 1941) was a Romanian bishop of the Greek-Catholic Church. Born in Tulgheș, Harghita County, Transylvania, he studied at the Congregation for the Evangel...
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Victor Mihaly de Apşa
Victor Mihaly de Apşa, commonly Victor Mihali (May 19, 1841—January 21, 1918), was an ethnic Romanian Austro-Hungarian bishop of the Greek-Catholic Church. Born to an old noble family in Ieud, M...
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Petru Pavel Aron
Petru Pavel Aron (1709–1764) was Bishop of Făgăraş and Primate of the Romanian Greek Catholic Church from 1752 to his death in 1764. He also translated the Biblia Vulgata into Romanian (1760–176...
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Vasile Suciu
Vasile Suciu (13 January 1873, Kiskopács, Fogaras County – 25 January 1935, Blaj) was a Romanian Greek-Catholic Metropolitan bishop of the Archdiocese of Făgăraş and Alba Iulia, considered to b...
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Inocenţiu Micu-Klein
Inocențiu Micu-Klein (1692–1768) was a Bishop of Făgăraș and Primate of the Romanian Greek Catholic Church from 1730 to his resignation in 1751. He played an instrumental role in the establishment of ...
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Atanasie Rednic
Atanasie Rednic (1722–1772) was Bishop of Făgăraş and Primate of the Romanian Greek Catholic Church from 1765 to his death in 1772.
Atanasie Rednic was born in February 1722 in Giulești, Mar...
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Grigore Maior
Gavrila Grigore Maior (1715–1785) was Bishop of Făgăraş and Primate of the Romanian Greek Catholic Church from 1773 to his resignation in 1782.
Gavrila Maior was born in 1715, in Sărăuad, Sz...
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Alexandru Todea
Alexandru Todea (5 June 1912, Teleac, Mureş County–22 May 2002, Târgu-Mureş) was a Romanian Greek-Catholic bishop of the Alba Iulia Diocese and later cardinal. He was also a victim of the commun...
Ioan Lemeni
Ioan Lemeni (22 April, 1780 – 29 March, 1861) was Bishop of Făgăraş and Primate of the Romanian Greek Catholic Church from 1833 to his resignation in 1850.
Ioan Lemeni was born on April 22, 1780 i...
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