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  • Book of Remembrance: Biographies of Catholic Clergy and Laity Repressed in the Soviet Union (USSR) from 1918 to 1953
    Survived Fate unknown Died in prison 120 Executed 414 Fate unknown 910 Survived 420 Male Female Female 400 Male 1464 Book of Remembrance Biographies of Catholic Clergy and Laity Repressed in the Soviet Union USSR from 1918 to 1953 presents brief biographies of approximately 1 900 Catholic clergy and laity repressed by the Soviet regime under Lenin and Stalin The biographies were compiled by Irina Osipova and Fr Bronisƚaw Czaplicki

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  • Biography of Archimandrite Fabian Abrantowicz, MIC, Servant of God // Book of Remembrance: Biographies of Catholic Clergy and Laity Repressed in the Soviet Union (USSR) from 1918 to 1953
    entrusted to his care He himself organized an educational institution that had been closed which was later named St Nicholas Lyceum He taught in all these schools and also published a Catholic magazine He also temporarily served as Apostolic Administrator for Latin Rite Catholics In April 1939 he made an ad limina visit to Rome and a month later he went on vacation to Poland to visit his friends and relatives In Lviv he met with the Greek Catholic Metropolitan Andrey Sheptytsky and then was hospitalized for treatment In September 1939 he was on territory occupied by the Red Army In October he attempted to return to Poland but in crossing the new state border with the USSR he was first arrested by German border guards who returned him to the territory of the USSR and then on October 22 he was detained by Soviet border guards and sent to Lviv Prison for further investigation To the question about his illegal border crossing he stated that in crossing the border I was certain that given the friendly relations between Germany and the USSR crossing the border between them was free On November 13 1939 he was presented with the indictment which stated that he had come to Poland from Japan with a special intelligence assignment under the guise of being a religious missionary and as evidence they presented facts from twenty years earlier when during the wave of political changes he had joined the Belorussian nationalist movement After Fr Fabian categorically refused to sign the charges they explained to him in a way that was very easy to understand that he was guilty In January 1941 at interrogations in Moscow he once again attempted to refute all the charges stating that the physical pressure applied to me in Lviv ruined

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  • Biography of Servant of God, Father Epifanius (Igor) Akulov // Book of Remembrance: Biographies of Catholic Clergy and Laity Repressed in the Soviet Union (USSR) from 1918 to 1953
    month later November 10 18 1923 he was serving in a parish in Vitebsk then returned to Petrograd November 29 1923 arrested in the case against Russian Catholics April 24 1924 shown the indictment which asserted that he was for all practical purposes the leader of the entire organization May 19 1924 sentenced under Articles 61 and 66 of the Criminal Code of the RSFSR to ten years in prison OGPU Collegium Held in Aleksandrov isolator outside Irkutsk released in 1927 but exiled to Siberia Released from exile in 1933 arrived in Moscow May 22 1933 and met with Bishop Neveu who sent him to Leningrad to be at the disposal of Apostolic Administrator Bishop Jean Amoudrou From July 1933 he served at Sacred Heart of Jesus Church from January 1934 at St Casimir later at St Alexey and St Francis in Leningrad April 1935 arrested but soon released July 26 1937 again arrested charged with anti Soviet activity under the direction of the Polish consulate and the Vatican August 25 1937 sentenced to death under Articles 58 6 and 58 4 of the Criminal Code of the RSFSR NKVD Collegium and USSR Office of Public Prosecutor August 27 1937 shot Buried in Levashovo Memorial Cemetery outside Leningrad Rehabilitated May 31 1989 On August 21 1933 during the investigation in the second case against Anna Abrikosova et al Sophia Eismont Sr Philomena OP responding to the investigator s questions about the fate of pastors made statements about a meeting in Moscow with Fr Epifanius Akulov Fr Akulov told us about his life in the concentration camps about the tortures and prison conditions He said that the conditions of confinement in the camp were exceptionally severe and harsh heavy labor and confinement unattainable back breaking work norms leading to the utter

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  • Biography of Servant of God, Monsignor Constantine Romuald Budkiewicz // Book of Remembrance: Biographies of Catholic Clergy and Laity Repressed in the Soviet Union (USSR) from 1918 to 1953
    He finished Seminary and Theological Academy in St Petersburg He was ordained a priest in 1893 He was a Doctor of Theology He was vicar and teacher of religion in Pskov and from 1896 teacher of religion in the boy s and girl s lycees in Vilna From 1903 he served at the parish of St Catherine in St Petersburg and after 1905 he was pastor From 1908 he was dean of the Petersburg clergy In 1918 he became prelate and Vicar General for Bishop Jan Cieplak who served in Petersburg He was an outstanding organizer and effective in his social action particularly in the area of developing Polish instruction in the parishes of St Petersburg and the surrounding area and he was active in charity work and in organizing the clergy for the defense of the rights of the faithful In 1918 he was active in working for the liberation of Metropolitan Eduard Ropp who had been arrested by the Soviet authorities From 1922 he was professor in the underground seminary organized because of the impossibility of preparing candidates for the priesthood legally On the 13th of March 1923 he was arrested in connection with the case against the

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  • Biography of Servant of God, Father Franciszek Budrys // Book of Remembrance: Biographies of Catholic Clergy and Laity Repressed in the Soviet Union (USSR) from 1918 to 1953
    the Archdiocese of Mogiliev From 1907 he was rector of a church and religion teacher in Tyumen from 1911 dean in Tomsk from 1924 administrator of a parish in Tobolsk and chaplain in Tyumen He simultaneously served in parishes in Perm and Yekaterinburg later until 1937 he served parishes of Perm Kazan Ufa and Vyatka In June 1937 he was arrested in Ufa together with members of the parish council

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  • Biography of Servant of God, Galina Jętkiewicz (Sister Rose of the Heart of Mary, OP) // Book of Remembrance: Biographies of Catholic Clergy and Laity Repressed in the Soviet Union (USSR) from 1918 to 1953
    connection with a case against Russian Catholics May 19 1924 sentenced under Article 61 of the Criminal Code of the RSFSR to five years confinement in prison OGPU Collegium Sent to the Irkutsk isolator In June 1929 she was sentenced to three years exile Sent to the village of Kolpashevo Narym region whence she was released April 30 1932 but restricted from living in the six major cities or the borderland regions for a period of three years OGPU Collegium Novosibirsk oblast From August 1932 she lived in Rybinsk in 1934 she was living in Tambov where on February 1 1935 she was arrested in connection with a case against Catholic clergy She was acquitted after a closed judicial proceeding November 16 19 1935 in Voronezh Special Collegium Voronezh Dist Ct November 27 she was released from prison October 1936 she was living in Maloyaroslavets In the autumn of 1942 she went to Novo Shulba Semipalatinsk region to help the ailing Sr Stefania Gorodets who had been exiled there She died February 11 1944 in Novo Shulba The following are excerpts from the indictment in the case against Russian Catholics in 1923 1924 The idea to which Sr Rosa of the Heart of Mary dedicated herself is well expressed in the formula of her vows To the honor and glory of Almighty God the Father Son and Holy Spirit and the All Holy Virgin Mary and St Dominic I Sr Rosa of the Heart of Mary in thy presence Reverend Father Vladimir Abrikosov head of the Russian community of the Third Order of the Penance of St Dominic of Moscow Plenipotentiary of the Most Reverend Father General and the Pope hereby confess and declare that I give myself to God as a sacrifice for the salvation of Russia so help

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  • Biography of Servant of God, Camilla Kruszelnicka // Book of Remembrance: Biographies of Catholic Clergy and Laity Repressed in the Soviet Union (USSR) from 1918 to 1953
    the University in Moscow Lived in Moscow and maintained relations with Mother Catherine Abrikosova the prioress of the community of Third Order Dominicans In the early 1930s during the time of religious persecution young people met in her apartment for discussions on religious themes Camilla Nikolayevna was arrested in 1933 on a false accusation and sentenced to ten years in the camps She was sent to Solovetsky Special Purpose Camp In the camp she married a man whom she had hoped to convert but he turned out to be an informant for the camp director In 1937 she was transferred to a stricter regime within the camp and October 27 1937 she was shot in Sandormoch outside Medvezhegorsk Karelia Camilla Nikolayevna was convinced that she was suffering for the Faith When she was in the camp she tried as best she could to maintain contact with Catholic priests and preserve the firmness of her faith trying to give witness of it to others In the inhuman conditions of the camp she preserved her human feelings and love of neighbor Translator s Note See www en catholicmartyrs org for information on the cause of the canonization of the Servant of God

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  • Book of Remembrance: Biographies of Catholic Clergy and Laity Repressed in the Soviet Union (USSR) from 1918 to 1953
    Survived Fate unknown Died in prison 120 Executed 414 Fate unknown 910 Survived 420 Male Female Female 400 Male 1464 Book of Remembrance Biographies of Catholic Clergy and Laity Repressed in the Soviet Union USSR from 1918 to 1953 presents brief biographies of approximately 1 900 Catholic clergy and laity repressed by the Soviet regime under Lenin and Stalin The biographies were compiled by Irina Osipova and Fr Bronisƚaw Czaplicki

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