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1901+

1918

  • February: Peter (Skipetrov) of Petrograd, Archpriest, New Hieromartyr, February 1; Michael Lisitsyn , the priest of Ust-Labinskaya, Russia, Joseph Smirnov the protoierey, John Kastorsky the deacon, Vladimir Ilinsky the priest, hieromartyrs and John Perebaskin the martyr, February 22;
  • April: Peter and Prokhor the Martyrs, April 11; Sergius (Trofimov) of Nizhni-Novgorod, the New Martyr, and one with him, April 14; John, priest and New Hieromartyr, April 17; Bessarion the priest, New Hieromartyr, April 18; John the priest, New Hieromartyr, April 21; Eustaphius the priest, New Hieromartyr, April 22; Egor (George), Priest of Spas Chekriak village, Russia, New Hieromartyr, April 23; John the priest and the new hieromartyr, and his childrens, Martyrs Nicholas and Peter, April 26;
  • May: Archpriest Philosoph Ornatsky with his sons Boris and Nicholas, New Hieromartyrs, in St. Petersburg, May 31
  • June: Andronicus, archbishop of Perm, Basil Archbishop of Chernigov and Peter the priest, New Hieromartyrs, June 4; Alexander, Alexis, Alexander, Valentine, Benjamin, Viktor, Alexander, Paul, Vladimir, Ignatius, Michael, Nicholas, Paul, Alexander, Nicholas the priests, Gregory the deacon, New Hieromartyrs, and Athanasius and Alexsander the martyrs, June 7; Joseph the priest, New Hieromartyr, June 14; Alexander the priest, New Hieromartyr, June 13; Amos the priest, New Hieromartyr, June 15; Hermogenes (Germogen), bishop of Tobolsk, Euphremius, Michael and Peter priests, hieromartyrs, and Martyr Constantine, June 16; Aberkius priest and Nicander, New Hieromartyrs, June 17; Sergius Florinsky, priest in Estonia, New Hieromartyr, June 19; John the New Hieromartyr, June 21; Gennadius, priest, new hieromartyr, June 22; Alexander, Alexis, Peter priests, New Hieromartyrs, June 23; Nicholas and Basil the priests, New Hieromartyrs, June 25; Gregory, priest, New Hieromartyr, June 26; Gregory Nikolsky Priest of Kuban, Alexander and Vladimir priests, New Hieromartyrs, June 27; Kirion II, (b. 1855), catholicos-patriarch of Georgia, New Hieromartyr, June 27; Basil, deacon and New Hieromartyr, June 28; Timothy, priest, New Hieromartyr, June 30
  • July: Arcadius the priest, new hieromartyr, July 1; Nilus of Poltava, Hieromonk, New Hieromartyr, July 4; Grand Duchess Elizabeth, and Nun Barbara, July 5; Paul the priest, New Hieromartyr, July 7; Alexander and Theodore priests, New Hieromartyrs, July 8; Constantine the priest, New Hieromartyr, July 9; Peter and Stephen priests, Gregory and Nestor deacons, New Hieromartyrs, July 10; Constantine, priest, new hieromartyr, July 14; Tsar Nicholas II of Russia murdered together with his wife Alexandra and his childrens, July 17; Appolinarius the new hieromartyrs, July 18; Constantine the and Nicholas priests, New Hieromartyrs, July 20, Michael the priest, New Hieromartyr, July 22; Ambrose, bishop of Sarapul, priests Plato and Panteleimon the new hieromartyrs, July 27; Nicholas the deacon, new hieromartyr, July 28; John the deacon, New Hieromartyr, July 30
  • August: Viacheslav the deacon, New Hieromartyr, August 3

1919

  • 1919 Death of Saints of Tartu: Platon (Kulbush) bishop of Tallinn, Michael (Bleive) and Nicholas (Bezhanitsky) January 1; Andrew (Zimin), Archpriest, his wife Lydia, his mother-in-law Domnica, his two daughters and his servant Maria, of Ussurisk January 6; Nicholas, Theodore and Vladimir priests, Hieromartyrs, January 11; John priest, Hieromartyr, January 16; Michael the priest, New Hieromartyr, January 18; Basil and Gabriel the priests, February 13; Nicholas, Saint May 5; Nicholas and Peter the priests, new hieromartyrs, June 7; Nicolas, priest and New Hieromartyr, March 13; Alexander, the New Hieromartyr and priest, March 17; Paul (Voinarsky) the Priest and brothers Paul and Alexis Kiryan, of the Crimea, new martyrs, March 29; Mitrophan, archbishop of Astrakhan, Leonty, bishop of Enotaeva, and those with him, New Hieromartyrs, June 23; Juvenal the deacon, July 20; Tikhon, archbishop of Voronezh and with him 160 martyred priests, December 27; Nicolas the priest, New Hieromartyr,

1919+

  • 1919-1922 Greco-Turkish War; Pontic Greek Genocide eliminates the Christian population of Trebizond.
  • 1920 Zenobius priest, Hieromartyr, January 10; John and Leontius priests, new hieromartyrs, Constantine deacon and with them 5 Martyrs, January 29; Silvester (Olshevsky), bishop of Omsk and Pavlodar, New Hieromartyr, February 13, Methodius the new hieromartyr and Anastasia Andreyevna, fool-for-Christ March 1, Vladimir the priest, New Hieromartyr, March 24; Nektarios of Aegina; Evmenios of Koudouma Monastery, July 10; Martyr Alexander the priest, December 28; Michael, priest and New Hieromartyr, May 11
  • 1921 Joseph Hieromartyr and with him 37 Martyrs, January 5; Methodius bishop of Petropavlovsk, New Hieromartyr, February 4; Demetrius priest and Anatolius the Martyrs February 6; Lyubov of Ryazan, fool-for Christ, February 8; Gregory, priest and New Hieromartyr, March 13; Simon, bishop of Ufa, New Hieromartyr, July 6; Seraphim Bogoslovsky, Theognostus, and others of Alma-Ata, New Hieromartyrs, July 16;
  • 1922 Paul and John priests, New Hieromartyrs, Peter, Nicholas, Auksentius, Sergius and Anastasia the Martyrs, April 27; Basil, Alexander and Christopher and Macarius, New Hieromartyrs and Martyr Sergius, May 13; Alexius Mechev, priest of Moscow, June 9; Benjamin (Kazansky) of Petrograd and Gdovsk, July 31; Anatole II (Potapov, the "Younger"), of Optina, New Hiero-confessor, July 30; Sergius the Archimandrite, George and John of Petrograd, new hieromartyrs, July 31;
  • 1923 Alexis (Shushania), hieromonk of Teklati, Georgia, venerable, January 18; John, priest and New Hieromartyr, March 8, Seraphim Nikolsky, Hieroschemamonk, new hieromartyr, May 31; Agafangel (Preobrazhensky) of Yaroslavl, October 3,
  • 1924 Antonina, Abbess of Kizliar, New Hieromartyr, March 1; Jonah Atamansk, priest of Odessa, May 17; Arsenios the Cappadocian, November 10
  • 1925 Tikhon of Moscow, (b. 1865), March 25; St. Jonah of Manchuria, Bishop of Hankou (b. 1922),[[]]; Gregory (Kallidis) metropolis of Thessaloniki and Heraclea, July 25;
  • 1926 Macarius, metropolitan of Moscow, apostle to the Altai, February 16
  • 1927 Ambrose the Confessor, Catholicos-Patriarch of All Georgia, March 16; Matthew, Hieromonk of Yaramsk in Vyatka, May 14 Alexander, priest, New Hieromartyr, July 25;
  • 1928 Benjamin (Kononov) the Archimandrite and Nicephorus (Kuchin) the Hieromonk of Solovki, New Hieromartyrs, April 4; Nektarius Venerable of Optina Monastery, April 29; Hierotheus, bishop of Nikolsk, New Hieromartyr, May 31; Innocentius the Hieromartyr December 24, Lydia, and with her, soldiers Alexei and Cyril, New Martyrs, July 20; Maximus the martyr, July 31;
  • 1929 Peter archbishop of Voronezh, New Hieromartyr, January 25;
  • 1930 Peter priest, Hieromartyr, January 10; Benjamin, bishop of Romanov, New Hieromartyr January 15; Eugine the priest, New Hieromartyr, January 18; Nicholas priest, New Hieromartyr, January 19; Basil bishop of Priluksk, new hieromartyr, January 25; Maria of Gatchina, New Martyr, January 26, Basil the priest, New Hieromartyr, February 6; Basil the priest, New Hieromartyr, February 9; Peter and Valerian the, priests New Hieromartyrs, February 10; Alexius (Buy), bishop of Voronezh, New Hieromartyr, February 12; Michael Piataev and John Kumin the priests, New Hieromartyrs, February 15; Alexander, Daniel and Gregory priests and New Hieromartyrs, February 21; Peter the priest, New Hieromartyr, February 26; Nicholas priest and New Hieromartyr, March 7; Alexis the priest, New Hieromartyr, April 5; Alexander, priest and New Hieromartyr, April 15; Basil Derzhavin, priest and hieromartyr, and lay people of the city of Gorodets, Nizhni-Novgorod, April 18; Maxim, bishop of Serpukhov, new hieromartyr, June 23; Alexander, George, John, John, Sergius and Theodore priests, Hieromartyrs, Tykhon, George, Cosmas, Euphimius and Peter the Martyrs, July 20; Anatole the New Hieromartyr, July 29; Michael the priest December 25, Hieromartyrs Nicolas priests and Michael deacon December 26;
  • 1931 Victor priest, Hieromartyr, January 17; Athanasia, (Lepeshkin) Abbess of Zosima Hermitage, New Martyr, January 25; Mitrophan, archpriest and New Martyr, February 12; Peter Lagov, priest in Moscow, New Hieromartyr, February 16; Mitrophan Buchnoff, Archpriest in Voronezh, New Hieromartyr, March 9; Vladimir the priest, New Hieromartyr, March 21; Nicolas the priest, New Hieromartyr, March 28; Michael, saint, fool-for-Christ, April 1; Nicholas, priest of Kronstadt, April 5; Athanasia, the Abbess of the Smolensk Hodigitria Convent, near Moscow, New Martyr, May 12; Macarius, Dyonisius and deacon Nicholas, New Hieromartyrs, Martyrs Ignatius and Peter, May 28; Michael the priest, New Hieromartyr, June 5; Nikon the Confessor, Venerable of Optina, June 25; Anthony, archbishop of Archangelsk, New Hieromartyr, July 3; Euthymius the new martyr, July 6; Alexis the priest, New Hieromartyr, July 22;
  • 1932 Vladimir the confessor, priest, January 11; Alexander (Medvedsky) the priest, New Hieromartyrs, February 18; Vladimir, priest and Hieromartyr, February 18; Sergius the priest, New Hieromartyr, February 27; Papa-Nicholas (Planas) of Athens, March 2; John the confessor, March 19; Nicholas bishop of Velsk, the New Hieromartyr and the martyr Mary, April 4; George (Lavrov) the Confessor, venerable archimandrite of Kaluga, June 21;
  • 1933 Alexander, Stephen and Philippe priests, Hieromartyrs, January 4; Eugenia, the Virgin-martyr, January 5; Theodore the confessor, priest , January 28; Vladimir priest, new hieromartyr, January 30; Sergius priest, New Hieromartyr, February 26; Dimitry Ivanov, Archpriest in Kiev, New Hieromartyr, March 4; Patrikius the confessor, venerable, March 11; Alexander the confessor and priest, March 12; Stephen (Bekh), bishop of Izhevsk, New Hieromartyr, March 13; Micael the priest, New Hieromartyr, March 29; John the priest, New Hieromartyr, April 4; Arcadius the priest, New Hieromartyr, April 7; Sergius the priest, New Hieromartyr, April 8; Stephen (Bekh) bishop of Izhevsk, New Hieromartyr, April 13; Nicholas the confessor, priest, April 21; Nicholas, priest, New Hieromartyr, July 14;
  • 1934 Sergius priest, Hieromartyr, January 5; Elias Chetverukhin, priest of Moscow, New Hieromartyr, February 16; John the priest, New Hieromartyr, April 6; Victor, bishop of Glazov, New Hieromartyr, April 19; Cyprian the New Hieromartyr, June 3; Magdalena, schema-abbess of New Tikhvin Convent in Siberia, new hieromartyr, July 16; Alexis Medvedkov, archpriest of Uzine, new hieromartyr, July 20
  • 1935 Michael, priest and confessor, new hieromartyr, April 17;
  • 1936 Theoktista Michailovna, fool-for-Christ of Voronezh, the New Martyr, February 22; Nicholas Kedrov the Priest, new hieromartyr, May 15, Heraclius the confessor, New Hieromartyr, May 28; Agapitus the confessor, Venerable, July 5; Matrona Belyakova, fool-for-Christ of Anemnyasevo, New Confessor, July 16;
  • 1936-37 Many Russian Orthodox Clerics die in Joseph Stalin's Great Purge.

1937

  • 1937 Victor the priest, Hieromartyr, January 8; Cyril, metropolitan of Kazan, new hieromartyr, January 26; Basil Nadezhnin, Priest in Moscow, New Hieromartyr, February 6; Barlaam archbishop of Perm, New Hieromartyr, February 7; Onisimus, bishop of Tula, New Hieromartyr, February 14; Anna the martyr, February 26; Olga the New Hieromartyr, March 1; Vyacheslav (Leontiev) of Nizhegorod, Priest and new hieromartyr, March 4; Basil, priest and New Hieromartyr, March 11, Nicholas, Priest, New Hieromartyr, April 18; Theodosius, bishop of Kolomensk, New Hieromartyr, April 20; Peter the priest, New Hieromartyr, May 12; Abercius, archbishop of Zhitomir, Vladimir Zagarsky, Priest, New Hieromartyrs, May 15; Victor the New Hieromartyr, May 19; Herman Riaschentsov, New Hieromartyr, June 8; Alexander Kharkovsky the bishop, Anthony, Barsanuphius and Joseph, new hieromartyrs, June 12; Parthenius the bishop, New Martyr, June 19; Demetrius the priest, new hieromartyr, July 4; Alpheus the deacon, New Hieromartyr, July 24; Sergius the priest, New Hieromartyr, July 26 Basil, Anastasia, Hellen, Aretha, John, John, John and Mavra the martyrs, July 28; Vladimir, John, Constantine, priests, hieromartyrs, and Anna and Elizabeth the martyrs, July 31; Demetrius, the priest, New Hieromartyr, August 1; Platon the New Hieromartyr, August 2; Karp (Elb), September 11; Sergius the Hieromartyr, Disappearance of Fr. Alexander Hotovitzky, martyred, December 4; December 21; Hieromartyrs Leonidas bishop of Mariysk, Andrew bishop of Ufa, Alexander priest, Anthisa, Makaria and Valentina December 26; Martyr Antonina, December 27; Hieromartyrs Theoctistus, Leonid priests, December 28; Michael Hieromartyr priest December 31; James archbishop of Barnaul and with him Peter and John priests, new hieromartyrs, Theodore and John the martyrs, July 16;

1938

  • 1938 Alexander, archbishop of Samara and with him John, Alexander, John, Alexander, Trophime, Viacheslav, Basil and James priests, New Hieromartyrs, January 1; Matthew, Martyr January 5; Paphnutius, Martyr, January 7; Demetrius, Vladimir priests hieromartyrs, Michael Martyr January 8; Anatolius, Metropolitan of Odessa, New Hieromartyr, January 10; Paul the priest, hieromartyr, January 17, Vladimir, Nicholas, Sergius Alexander priests, New Hieromartyrs, January 18; Elias the priest, New Hieromartyr, January 21; John, Nicholas, Jacob, Peter, John, John, John and Euthymius priest, new hieromartyrs, January 22; Seraphim the new mieromartyr, martyrs Evdokia, Ecaterine and Militsa, January 23; Stephen priest, martyr Boris, January 25; Ignatius bishop of Skopinsk, Arcadius, Vladimir and Bartholomeus the hieromartyrs, and John and Olga the Martyrs, January 28; Nicholas the priest, New Hieromartyr, February 1; Basil the priest, New Hieromartyr, and Michael the Martyr, February 2; John, Timothy priests, New Hieromartyrs, and Vladimir, Martyr, February 3; Eustaphius, John, Alexander, Sergius, John, Theodora, Aleksander, Nicholas, Alexis, Nicholas, Alexis, Alexander, Arcadius, Boris, Michael, Nicholas, Alexis, Andrew, Demetrius, John, Peter priests, the New Hieromartyrs, Martyrs Seraphim, Rafaila, Anna, Catherine, John, Basil, Demetrius, Theodore, and Demetrius, February 4; Matushka Agatha of Bielorussia, New Martyrs, February 5; Alexander the priest, New Hieromartyr, February 6; Alexander the priest, New Hieromartyr, February 7; Simeon, Andrew, Sergius and Peter, priests and the New Hieromartyrs, February 8; John the priest, New Hieromartyr, February 9; Anatole (Greesiuk), metropolitan of Odessa, the New Martyr, February 10; Hieromartyr Theodosius priest, January 11; Zosimas, Nicholas, Basil, John, Leontius, Vladimir, Parthenius, John, John, Michael priests hieromartyrs, and Martyrs Paul, Anna, Vera and Irina, February 13; Tryphon the deacon, New Hieromartyr, February 14; Nicholas, Alexis, Alexis the priests and Simeon the deacon, New Hieromartyrs, Paul and Sophia the martyrs, February 15; Paul the priest, New Hieromartyr, February 16; Michael and Paul the priests and New Hieromartyrs, February 17; Benjamin the hieromonk, Hieromartyr, February 18; Nicholas the priest, New Hieromartyr, February 20; Constantine priest, Paul deacon the Hieromartyrs and Olga the Martyr, February 21; Michael, John, Victor, John, Sergius, Andrew priests, Sergius and Antipa the New Hieromartyrs, Parasceva, Stephen, Elizabeth, Irina and Barbara the martyrs, February 22; Alexis, Nicholas priests and New Hieromartyrs, and Sergius Martyr, February 23; Alexander, the priest, Mstislava, the martyrs, February 25; John, bishop of Rylsk and John the priest, New Hieromartyrs, February 26; Peter the priest and Hieromartyr, Martyr Michael, February 27; Basil, Peter, John, Benjamin, Michael priests and New Hieromartyrs, Anthony, Anna, Daria, Eudokia, Alexandra, Basil, Nadezhda the martyrs, March 1; Martha and Michael the martyrs, March 3; Alexander the priest, New Hieromartyr, March 4; John the priest, Mardarius and Theopanethe New Hieromartyrs, March 5; Nilus, Matrona, Mary, Eudocia, Ecaterina, Antonina, Nadezhda, Xenia, and Anna the martyrs, March 7; Michael, Alexis, Demetrius, Sergius, Sergius priests and Nicholas deacon, Iosaph, New Hieromartyrs and Natalia and Alexandra the martyrs, March 9; Demetrius, priest and New Hieromartyr, March 10; John the priest and Vladimir the New Hieromartyrs, March 12; Michael priest and New Hieromartyr, March 13; Demetrius, priest and New Hieromartyr, March 15; Demetrius the priest, New Hieromartyr, Natalia the Virgin-martyr, March 18; Matrona, saint, March 19; Basil the deacon, New Hieromartyr, March 20; Theodore Pozdeyev, Archbishop, New Martyr, March 21; Basil, Stephen priests, the New Hieromartyr, Anastasia, Alexis, James, the New Martyrs, March 23; Basil, priest and New Hieromartyr, March 28; John, priest New Hieromartyr, March 31; Sergius the priest, New Hieromartyr, April 1; Flegont the priest, New Hieromartyr, April 10; Nicholas the priest, New Hieromartyr, April 11; Sergius the New Hieromartyr, priest, April 12; Alexis, priest and New Hieromartyr, April 21; Sergius the Martyr, April 24, Sergius the Martyr, April 25; Mary the martyr, April 27; Anna the martyr, April 28; Nina the martyr, May 1; Demetrius the priest, New Hieromartyr, May 9; Pachomius, archbishop of Chernigov, New Hieromartyrs, May 15; Onuphrius, archbishop of Kursk; Anthony, bishop of Belgorod, and with him priests Metrophan, Alexander, Michael, Matthew, Hippolytus, Nicholas, Basil, Nicholas, Maxim, Alexander, Paul, and Paul, the New Hieromartyrs and Martyrs Michael and Gregory, May 19; John the deacon, New Hieromartyr, and martyr Andrew, May 29; Michael the priest, New Hieromartyr, June 3; Onuphrius the bishop, New hieromartyr, June 12; Nicholas, Alexander, Paul priests and Nicholas deacon, New Hieromartyrs, June 14; Nicanor, Basil, Alexander, Basil and Sergius the priests, New Hieromartyrs, June 18; Alexis, Paul and Nicholas priests, Ionna, New Hieromartyrs, June 21; Theodore and Gabriel the New Hieromartyrs, June 22; Sebastiana, the martyr, June 28; Peter the deacon, new hieromartyr, July 15; Alexis the priest, New Hieromartyr, July 20; Peter, priest, New Hieromartyr, July 21; Andrew the martyr, July 23; Alexis priest, and Pachomius, New Hieromartyr, July 29; Nicholas, priest and New Hieromartyr, August 3; Silouan the Athonite, Venerable monk at the Monastery of St. Panteleimon, September 24; Hieromartyrs Demetrius and Theodore priests December 22; Hieromartyr Nicetas bishop of Belevsk, December 21; Hieromartyrs Basil priest, Macarius and John, December 23; Venerable Isaac of Optina, Hieromartyrs Gregory priest and martyrs Augusta and Mary, Agrippina, December 26; Hieromartyr Aretha priest, December 28; Peter, Martyr, December 31;

1939+

  • 1939 Nicholas the priest, Hieromartyr, January 4; Basil, priest, Hieromartyr, January 7; Eugene the Schemamonk of Bielorussia, February 5; Parasceva, Martyr, March 26; John the Martyr, March 28; Eudocia the Martyr, April 7; Basil the priest, New Hieromartyr, May 9; Peter, priest and New Hieromartyr, May 14; Tavrion the New Hieromartyr, May 25; Peter the priest, New Hieromartyr, June 27; Theogenes, New Hieromartyr, June 30;
  • 1940 John, Martyr January 7; Theodore the Martyr, January 19; Paul the priest, New Hieromartyr, January 20; Michael, New Hieromartyr and priest, March 15; John, priest, New Hieromartyr, April 23; Alexander archbishop of Kharkov, New Hieromartyr, May 11; Damjan (Damian) Strbac of Grahovo, Serbia, New Hieromartyr, May 18; Basil, priest, New Hieromartyr, and martyr Vera, June 1; Demetrius, priest, New Hieromartyr, June 13; Basil the priest, New Hieromartyr, June 25; Gregory the deacon, New Hieromartyr, June 28; Milan Popovic of Rmanj, Serbia, New Hieromartyr, June 30; Leontius the deacon, Hieromartyr, December 21;
  • 1941 Paul priest, Hieromartyr, January 4; Michael the confessor, priest, January 8; Paramon, Righteous of Belorussia, February 5; Andrew the Martyr, February 22; Sophia Schema-abbess in Kiev, New Martyr, March 22, Martha the martyr, April 13; Alexander the confessor, priest, April 14; Sava of Gornji Karlovac, Serbia, [[]]; Branko of Veljusa, Serbia, hieromartyr, April 24; John, priest and New Hieromartyr, April 27; Nicholas the priest, New Hieromartyr, May 3; Gorazd (Pavlik) of Prague, martyred by Nazis; Platon of Banja Luka, May 5; Vukasin, Martyr of Serbia, May 16; Valentine the New Hieromartyr, May 19; Milan Banjac and Milan Golubovic of Drvar, Serbia, New Hieromartyrs, May 26; Ioannicus, metropolitan of Montenegro and Littoral and Sava, bishop of Upper Karlovci, new Hieromartyrs, June 4; George of Serbia, new hieromartyr, July 4; John the priest, New Hieromartyr, July 27; Nicholas, priest, New Hieromartyr, July 31; Petar (Zimonjić) of Dabar-Bosna, Dositheus, Metropolitan of Zagreb, Confessor, December 31;
  • 1941-45 Croatian Ustasa terrorists kill 500,000 Orthodox Serbs, expel 250,000 and force 250,000 to convert to Catholicism; Momcilo Grgurevic, Dobroslav Blazenovic, Milan Bozic, Mihailo Djusic, Jovan Zecevic, Bozidar Jovic, Bogdan Lalic, Trifun Maksimovic, Velimir Mijatovic, Bozidar Minic, Miladin Minic, Marko Popovic, Dimitrije Rajanovic, Budimir Sokolovic, Relja Spahic, Lazar Culibrk, Savo Siljac, Savo Skaljka, Milorad Vukojicic, Ratomir Jankovic, Mihailo Jevdjevic, Dusan Prijovic, Dobrosav Sokovic, Nestor Trkulja, Serafim Dzaric, Andrija Siljak, Slobodan Siljak, and Jovan Rapajic, New Hieromartyrs of Serbia, July 11; Simo Banjac and Milan Stojisavljevic and his son Martyr Milan of Glamoc, Serbia, New Hieromartyrs, July 21; Vukosav Milanovic and Rodoljub Samardzic of Kulen Bakufa, New Hieromartyrs, Serbia, July 25;
  • 1942 John, Saint January 6; Michael, priest, Hieromartyr, January 15; Alexandra and Michael the martyrs, February 5; Alexis the priest, New Hieromartyr, February 7, Alexander the priest, New Hieromartyr, February 8; Philaret the New Hieromartyr, February 22; Alexander, priest and New Hieromartyr, March 1; Vladimir the Martyr, March 8; Victor the priest and New Hieromartyr, March 17; Gabriel the New Martyr, April 9; Demetrius the Martyr, April 10; Theodore, priest, New Hieromartyr, April 17; Tamara the martyr, April 18; Demetrius the priest, New Hieromartyr, April 19; Demetrius the Martyr, April 22; John the priest, New Hieromartyr, May 4; Basil the priest, New Hieromartyr, May 18; Michael, priest and New Hieromartyr, May 22; Hermogenas the Martyr, May 28; Basil the priest, New Hieromartyr, May 30; Barlaam Riaschentsov the priest, new hieromartyr, June 8; Joanikije (Lipovac) of Montenegro, July 20; Nicetas the new martyr, June 21; Alexis, deacon, New Hieromartyr, July 1; Elias Fondaminskii, priest, murdered by Nazis, July 20; Nicholas the confessors, priest, July 24; Theodore Tonkovid, priest of Lovets (Pskov), New Hieromartyr, July 25, Ignatius of Jablechna (Chelm and Podlasie, Poland), new hieromartyr, July 28; Hieromartyr Sergius priest December 24.
  • 1943 Paul the priest, New Hieromartyr, January 9; Sergius the priest and New Hieromartyr, March 12; John the Martyr, April 4; James the priest, New Hieromartyr, April 6; Sergius Zacharczuk Priest of Nabroz (Chelm and Podlasie, Poland), New Hieromartyr, April 23; Nicolas the deacon, New Hieromartyr, May 4; Nicolas, priest, New Hieromartyr, June 5; Pelagia the Martyr, June 17; Theodore the New martyr, July 6
  • 1943-44 Hundreds of Orthodox priests of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church eliminated, tortured and drowned by Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists - Ukrainian Rebel Army, aided by Uniate Metr. Josyf Slipyj who was a spiritual leader of Nazi military units that were later condemned by the Nuremberg tribunal, and who was imprisoned by Soviet authorities for aiding the UPA.
  • 1944 Ekvtime (Kereselidze) the Confessor, of Georgia, January 20; Demetrius Klepinine, priest in Paris, died at Ravensbruck prison camp, Germany, hieromartyr, January 27; Leo Korobczuk, priest in Laskov (Chelm and Podlasie, Poland), New Hieromartyr, February 25; Nicholas Holz, Priest in Novosiolki (Chelm and Podlasie, Poland), New Hieromartyr, March 20; Peter Ochryzko, Priest in Chartoviec (Chelm and Podlasie, Poland), New Hieromartyr, March 28; Macarius the schema-bishop of ‘’St. Macarius the Roman’’ Monastery, near Lezna, New Hieromartyr, April 1; Pelagea the martyr, June 13; Joh the Martyr, June 30; George Skobtsov, martyr, son of St. Maria Skobtsova, July 20;
1945-90 Persecution of the Orthodox Church in Albania.
  • Alexander (Okropiridze) of Guria and Samegrelo, saint of the Church of Georgia
  • Saint Alexis (Kabaliuk) of Carpathia was glorified by the Church of Ukraine (Moscow Patriarchate) in 2001. His relics are in Iza of the Ukraine.
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