The Sisters Servants of Mary Immaculate

Learn about the martyrs of the Ukrainian Greek-Catholic Church

Twenty seven martyrs were proclaimed blessed by the late Pope John Paul II, now himself Blessed, in 2001, during his historic visit to Ukraine. To learn about each one, float* the cursor over a thumbnail, to expand and play, (while the cursor keeps floating there,) or click bottom right corner of the thumbnail screen to expand to full screen size. Click bottom right corner of screen (or ESC, on upper left of your keyboard) to reduce back to this page. *Note: The float expansion works on Firefox, but does not work on Internet Explorer. Other browsers also may or may not have this feature, but the full screen function should work for all of them.

Bl. M. Vitalij Bajrak, OSBM Bl. M. Severian Baranyk, OSBM Bl. M. Olympia Bida, SSJ Bl. M. Mykyta Budka, Bishop Bl. M. Mykola Charnetskyj, CSsR, bishop Bl. M. Leonid Fjodorov, Studite, Bishop Bl. M. Lawrentia Harasymiv, SSJ
Bl. M. Andrij Ishchak, priest Bl. M. Gregory Khomyshyn, Bishop Bl. M. Mykola Konrad, priest Bl. M. Josaphat Kotsylovskyj, OSBM, Bishop Bl. M. Zynovij Kovalyk, CSsR Bl. M. Omelian Kowch, priest Bl. M. Gregory Lakota, Bishop
Bl. M. Symeon Lukach, Bishop Bl. M. Roman Lysko, priest Bl. M. Tarsykia Matskiv, SSMI Bl. M. Volodymyr Pryjma, lay cantor Bl. M. Theodore Romzha, Bishop Bl. M. Joachim Senkivskyj, OSBM Bl. M. Clement Sheptytskyj, Studite
Bl. M. Ivan Sleziuk, Bishop Bl. M. Mykola Tsehel’skyj, priest Bl. M. Vasyl Velychkovskyj, CSsR, Bishop Bl. M. Petro Verhun, priest, Apostolic Visitator Bl. M. Oleksyj Zarytskyj, priest Bl. M. Ivan Zjatyk, CSsR