Metropolitans and Patriarchs of Moscow

The history of the Russian Orthodox Church begins with the Baptism of Rus' at Kiev the date of which is commonly given as 988; however, the evidence surrounding this event is contested (see Chris...
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Luka (Voyno-Yasenetsky)
Archbishop Luka (Luke, Russian: Архиепи́скоп Лука́, born Valentin Felixovich Voyno-Yasenetsky, Russian: Валенти́н Фе́ликсович Во́йно-Ясене́цкий; April 27/May 9, 1877 in Kerch - June 11, 1961,S...
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Hermogenes (Dolganyov)
Georgiy Yefremovich Dolganyov (Георгий Ефремович Долганёв); 1858, Kherson Governorate – 15 June 1918) was a prominent Russian Orthodox religious figure and a monarchist with extreme right ideas, suppo...
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Nykodym (Bishop of Chyhyryn)
Nikodim (Cyrillic: Никодим; born as Nikolai Vasilyevich Krotkov (Russian: Николай Васильевич Кротков); 1868-1938) was a bishop of the Russian Orthodox Church, later the Archbishop of Kostroma and ...
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Peter of Kiev
Saint Peter, Metropolitan of Moscow and all Russia (Russian: Пётр; died on 20 December 1326) was the Russian metropolitan who moved his see from Vladimir to Moscow in 1325. Later he was proclaime...
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Irenaeus (Susemihl)
Metropolitan Iriney (Irenaeus, secular name Igor Vladimirovich Susemihl, Russian: Игорь Владимирович Зуземиль; July 10, 1919, Chernigov, Russian Empire - July 26, 1999, Vienna, Austria) was a metr...
Philip II, Metropolitan of Moscow
Saint Philip II of Moscow (11 February 1507 – 12 December 1569) was a Russian Orthodox monk, who became Metropolitan of Moscow during the reign of Ivan the Terrible. He was one of a few Metropolitans ...
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John of Shanghai and San Francisco
Saint John (Maximovitch) of Shanghai and San Francisco also John (Maximovitch) the Wonderworker (Serbian: Св. Јован Шангајски, Russian: Иоанн Шанхайский и Сан Францисский) (1896–1966) was a pr...
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Anastasy (Gribanovsky)
Metropolitan Anastasius (secular name Alexander Alexeyevich Gribanovsky, Russian: Александр Алексеевич Грибановский; August 6, 1873 - May 22, 1965) was a hierarch of the Russian Orthodox Church an...
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Cornelius (Jakobs)
Metropolitan Cornelius (Russian: Митрополит Корнилий, Estonian: Metropoliit Kornelius or secular name Vjatšeslav Vassiljevitš Jakobs, or Vyacheslav Vasilyevich Yakobs, Russian: Вячеслав Ва...
Jonah of Moscow
Saint Jonah or Saint Jonas (Иона in Russian) (died 1461?), was the Metropolitan of Kiev and All Rus' from 1448 to his death in 1461. Like his immediate predecessors, he permanently resided in Moscow, ...
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Luka Zhidiata
Luka Zhidiata was the second bishop of Novgorod the Great (1035–1060) and saint of the Russian Orthodox Church. He replaced Efrem, who was not consecrated bishop, but who administered the eparchy fro...
Patriarch Job of Moscow
Job (Russian: Иов, Iov), also known as Job of Moscow (2nd quarter of the 16th century - 19 June 1607) was the first Patriarch of Moscow and All Russia and is a saint of the Orthodox Church.
Hi...
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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.<...
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 Ameri...
Vasily Kalika
Vasilii Kalika (Russian: Василий Калика) was Archbishop of Novgorod the Great and Pskov from 1330 to 1352. He is in large part responsible for reinvigorating the office after it had fallen into d...
Innocent of Alaska
Saint Innocent of Alaska (August 26, 1797 – March 31, 1879, O.S.), also known as Saint Innocent Metropolitan of Moscow (Russian Святитель Иннокентий Митрополит Московский) was a Russian Orthodox...
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Tikhon of Moscow
Saint Tikhon of Moscow (Russian: Тихон, 31 January [O.S. 19 January] 1865 – 7 April [O.S. 25 March] 1925), born Vasily Ivanovich Bellavin (Russian: Василий ...
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List of Metropolitans and Patriarchs of Moscow

The history of the Russian Orthodox Church begins with the Baptism of Rus' at Kiev the date of which is commonly given as 988; however, the evidence surrounding this event is contested (see Chris...
List of Metropolitans and Patriarchs of Moscow - Wikipedia
Nifont of Novgorod
Nifont was Archbishop of Novgorod from 1130 to 1156, the first prelate of Novgorod the Great to hold that title, though it appears the title was held personally and did not extend to the office until ...
Peter of Krutitsy
St. Hieromartyr Peter of Krutitsy (Священному́ченик Пётр Крути́цкий, born Pyotr Fyodorovich Polyansky, Пётр Фёдорович Поля́нский; June 28, 1862 – September 27 O. S./October 10, 1937), was a Russian Or...
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Germanus of Kazan and Svjazsk
Metropolitan German born Grigory Sadyrev-Polev; died November 6 (Eastern Orthodox liturgics), 1568, Moscow was an archbishop of Kazan and later candidate Metropolitan of Moscow.
Gherman took monas...
Athanasius Shumliansky
Athanasius (born Antony Shumlianski; died 1694) was Brother of Iosyf Shumliansky and a former Orthodox bishop of Lutsk from 1686 to 1688. In 1688 he converted to the Catholic religion, and the union i...
Ioann (Archbishop of Novgorod)
Ioann (Russian: Иоанн) was Archbishop of Novgorod the Great and Pskov from 1388 until his retirement in 1415. He is not to be confused with Archbishop Ilya, who ruled in the twelfth century and who ...
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Anthony of Novgorod
Anthony Of Novgorod (fl. 13th century) was a Russian archbishop.Born Dobryna Jadrejkovich to a wealthy family, around 1190 he joined the monastery of Khutyn. In 1200, he undertook a pilgrimage to Cons...
Arsenius (Stadnitsky)
Metropolitan Arsenius (Russian: Митрополит Арсений, secular name Avksenty Georgievich Stadnitsky; 22 January 1862, Komarovo, Bessarabia – 10 February 1936, Tashkent) was a Russian Orthodox prelate...
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Gennady of Novgorod
Gennadius (Gennady, Russian: Геннадий; died December 4, 1505) was Archbishop of Novgorod the Great and Pskov from 1484 to 1504.He was most instrumental in fighting the Heresy of the Judaizers and ...
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Serapion of Novgorod
Serapion (Russian: Серапион) (died March 16, 1516) was Archbishop of Novgorod the Great and Pskov from 1506 to 1509. He is a saint of the Russian Orthodox Church; his feast day is March 16 by the ...