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Luke (Voino-Yasenetsky) of Simferopol and Crimea

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Doctor of Medicine, Professor, and State Prize winner, since 1944 he was the Archbishop of Tambov and Michurinsk, and later of Simferopol and the Crimea. While he was serving the church as an [[Archbishop]], he was also practicing as a surgeon and taught and published many books and articles on regional anesthesia and surgery. He is now known to be a world-famous pioneering surgeon.
In November of 1995 he was announced as a [[Saint]] by the [[Ukrainian Orthodox Church]], and was officially glorified by the [[Church of Russia|Patriarchate of Russia]] [[May 25]], 1996. He is commemorated by the church [[June 11]] n.s. / [[May 29]] o.s. the anniversary of his falling asleep in the Lord.

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