Metropolitan Anthony (Russian: Митрополит Антоний, secular name Aleksey Pavlovich Khrapovitsky, Russian: Алексей Павлович Храповицкий; 17 March 1863 – 10 August 1936) was a Russian Orthodox metropolitan bishop, founder of Russian Orthodox Church Outside Russia.
In 1885, he became a monk and took the name Antony in honor of St. Antony the Roman of Novgorod. He taught briefly at the Academy where he had studied, and then at academies in Moscow and Kazan. In 1897, he became vicar-bishop of Kazan, in 1900 bishop of Ufa, and in 1902 bishop of Volhynia and Zhitomir. In this position he suppressed the Eastern Catholics of Ukraine as well as nationalism within the Ukrainian Orthodox Church.
- Antony Khrapovitsky at Encyclopædia Britannica Online
- Metropolitan Antony of Kiev and Galicia at Orthodox England
- Anthony (Khrapovitsky) of Kiev at OrthodoxWiki