Author ORCID Identifier

Vladyslav Fulmes, https://orcid.org/0000-0003-1263-9808


A metropolitan of Western Europe and Paris, Anatoly Dublyansky, who was born in Volyn (Ukraine), was a prominent hierarch of the Ukrainian Autocephalous Orthodox Church (UAOC). Due to his intense activity, he considerably influenced the development of the culture of his native Volyn region, as well as the UAOC in Germany. After his emigration to Western Europe in 1944, he took an active role in the formation of church and religious life in Germany, and later devoted his life to the UAOC in the diaspora, having first become ordained to the priesthood, and, after the death of his wife, to the dignity of a bishop. Today, Metropolitan Anatoly Dublyansky's name is being restored from oblivion. Interest in him has intensified in the last two decades. Based on a rich source base, a prosopographic1 portrait of Metropolitan Anatoly Dublyansky has been reconstructed.



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