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Mykhaïl, Metropolitan of Winnipeg and All Canada, 1885-1977


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    • us: Michael, Metropolitan of Winnipeg and All Canada, 1885-1977
    • us: Mykhaïl, Mytropolyt Vinnipehu i vsii︠e︡ï Kanady, 1885-1977
    • us: Mykhaïl, Metropolitan of the Ukrainian Greek Orthodox Church of Canada, 1885-1977
    • us: Michael, Archbishop-Metropolitan of Toronto, 1885-1977
    • us: Mykhaïl, Arkhyi︠e︡pyskop Toronta ta Skhidnoï Kanady, 1885-1977
    • us: Mykhaïl, Archbishop of Toronto and Eastern Canada, 1885-1977
    • us: Koroshy, Michael, 1885-1977
    • us: Khoroshyĭ, Fedot, 1885-1977
    • us: Xorošyj, Myxajil, 1885-1977
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      • found: Michael, Archbishop-Metropolitan of Toronto. Poshyrenyĭ katekhyzys Pravoslavnoï T︠S︡erkvy Khrystovoï, 1992:t.p. (Mytropolyt Mykhaïl) t.p. verso (Beatitude Metropolitan Michael) p. 167 (b. 10 July 1885 in the village of Fedorivt︠s︡a near Chyhyryna; secular name: Fedot Khoroshyĭ. In 1943 Arkhyi︠e︡pyskop Mykhaïl was sent to Munich, Germany and in 1951 he was sent to Canada where on 8-9 August of that year he was elevated to Arkhyi︠e︡pyskop Toronta ta Skhidnoï Kanady. In 1972 Mykhaïl received the title of Mytropolyt Vinnipehu i vsii︠e︡ï Kanady. He died in Toronto on 18 May 1977)
      • found: Google, 04-16-02www.uocc.ca (For a short period of time, the primacy of our Church [Ukrainian Orthodox Church of Canada] was passed on to Archbishop-Metropolitan Michael (Koroshy) of Toronto)
      • found: NLC, 04-16-02(Mykhaïl, Archbishop of Toronto and Eastern Canada, 1885- )
      • found: Encyc. of Ukraine;v. 4, p. 489 (Khoroshy, Mykhail [Xorošyj, Myxajil], b. 10 July 1885 in Fedorivka, Kherson gubernia, d. 18 May 1977 in Toronto. Orthodox Metropolitan. Ordained in the Ukrainian Autocephalous Orthodox Church in 1920. He was arrested in 1929 and spent 8 years in Soviet concentration camps. After WWII he was archbishop of the UOAC in Bavaria. In 1951 he became archbishop of the Eastern Eparchy and Vice-Metropolitan of the Ukrainian Greek Orthodox Church of Canada. He was elevated to Metropolitan in 1975)
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