Bishops Who Died within the Hierarchy of ROCOR (by dates)

Members of ROCOR Bishop Council in Jordanville, 1953

This list contains the names of all hierarchs who died within ROCOR. It does not include those who left the ROCOR before their death.

1/14 September Metropolitan Seraphim of Berlin & Germany 1950

9/22 September Bishop Michael of Alexandrovsk 1925

10/23 September Schema-rchbishop Anthony of Western America & San Francisco 2000

11/24 September Archbishop Philotheus of Berlin & Germany 1986

12/25 September Metropolitan Vitaly, 4th First Hierarch 2006

21 September/4 October Archbishop Arsenius of Winnipeg 1945

24 September/7 October Gregory, ret. Bishop of Washington & Florida 1995

4/17 October Archbishop Nicodemus of Richmond & Great Britain 1976

7/20 October Saint Jonah, Bishop of Tiantsin 1925

10/23 October Bishop Basil of Vienna & Austria 1945

13/26 October Archbishop Gregory of Chicago & Cleveland 1957

21 October/3 November Archbishop Athanasius of Buenos Aires, Argentina & Paraguay 1983

27 October/8 November Nathanael, ret. Archbishop of Vienna & Austria 1986

8/21 November Metropolitan Philaret, 3rd First Hierarch 1985

12/25 November Seraphim, ret. Archbishop of Western Europe 2003

13/26 November Archbishop Joasaph of Argentina & Paraguay 1955

26 November/9 December Ambrose, ret. Archbishop of Pittsburgh & Western Pennsylvania 1975

2/19 December Bishop Nicander of São Paolo & Brazil 1987

10/23 December Bishop Innocent of Buenos Aires, Argentina & Paraguay 1987

12/25 December Bishop Nicholas of London 1931

17/30 December Metropolitan Panteleimon of Minsk & Byelorussia 1950

4/26 January Bishop Nectarius of Seattle 1983

11/24 January Archbishop Sergius of Chernomorsk & Novo- rossisk 1935

12/25 January Archbishop Stephen of Vienna & Austria 1965

17/30 January Sabbas, ret. Bishop of Edmonton 1973

2/15 February Paul, ret. Archbishop of Sydney, Australia & New

Zealand 1995 and Bishop Metrophanes of Boston 2002

6/19 February Theophanes, ret. Archbishop of Poltava 1940

11/24 February Archbishop Simon of Peking & China 1933 and Tikhon, ret. Archbishop of Berlin & Germany 1945

13/29 February Archbishop Theodosius of São Paolo & Brazil 1968

20 February/5 March Bishop John of Buenos Aires, Argentina & Paraguay 1995

3/16 March Metropolitan Laurus, 5th First Hierarch 2008

8/21 March Archbishop Vitaly of Eastern America & Jersey City 1960

11/14 March Archbishop Gabriel of Chelyabinsk & Troitsa 1933 and Bishop Eulogius of Caracas & Venezuela 1951

12/25 March John, ret. Bishop of Salma & Urmia 1962

15/28 March Metropolitan Methodius of Harbin & Manchuria 1932 and Bishop Anthony of Alaska & the Aleutians 1934

17/30 March Archbishop Tikhon of Western America & San Francisco 1963

19 March/1 April Demetrius, ret. Archbishop of Wilkes-Barre & Eastern Pennsylvania 1970

31 March/13 April Archbishop Averky of Syracuse & Trinity 1976

4/17 April Archbishop Sabbas of Sydney, Australia & New Zealand 1976

6/19 April Archbishop Damian of Tsarytsin 1936

13/26 April Daniel, Bishop of Erie for the Old Rite 2010

23 April/6 May Archbishop Theodore of Sydney, Australia & New Zealand 1955

1/14 May Archbishop Hieronymus of Detroit & Flint 1957

8/21 May Metropolitan Anastasius, 2nd First Hierarch 1965

18/31 May Constantine, ret. Bishop of Boston 1996

23 May /5 June Archbishop Theophanes of Kursk 1943

6/19 June Archbishop Apollinarius of North America 1933

15/28 June Metropolitan Innocent of Peking & China 1931

19 June/2 July Saint John, Archbishop of Western America & San Francisco 1966 and Archbishop Leontius of Buenos Aires, Argentina, Chile & Paraguay 1971

24 June/7 July Archbishop Gregory of Cannes & Marseilles 1947

29 June/12 July Archbishop Andrew of Rockland 1978

9/22 July Bishop Michael of Cheboksar 1925 and Ambrose, ret. Bishop of Vevey 2009

12/25 July Archbishop Seraphim of Chicago, Detroit & the Midwest 1987

18/31 July Archbishop Anthony of Los Angeles & Southern California 1996

28 July/10 August Metropolitan Anthony, 1st First Hierarch 1936

31 July/12 August Archbishop Eusebius of Pskov & Porkhovsk, administrator of the Diocese of Narva & Izborsk 1929 and Archbishop Theodosius of Sydney, Australia & New Zealand 1980

6/19 August Bishop Leontius of Geneva 1956

21 August/3 September Archbishop Benedict of Berlin & Germany 1950

22 August/4 September Archbishop Nicon of Washington & Florida 1976

25 August/7 September Archbishop Anthony of Geneva & Western Europe 1993

27 August/9 September Bishop Agapetus of Goiânia (Brazil) 1966

29 August/11 September Archbishop Alexander of Berlin & Germany 1976

30 August/13 September Bishop Alexander of Buenos Aires & South America 2005

31 August/13 September Seraphim, ret. Archbishop of Caracas & Venezuela 1996

December 1928 Bishop Elias of Salma & Urmia