|Born||Holodivka, Lviv Oblast|
|Died||12 November 1950,Abez labour camp, near Vorkuta|
|Means of martyrdom||gulag|
|Venerated in||Ukrainian Greek-Catholic Church|
27 June 2001, Ukraineby Pope John Paul II
Hryhorij Lakota was born 31 January 1893 in Holodivka, Lviv Oblast. He was appointed auxiliary bishop of Przemyśl on 16 May 1926. On 9 June 1946, he was arrested by the NKVD and sentenced to ten years imprisonment, as part of Joseph Stalin's suppression of the Ukrainian Greek-Catholic (Uniate) church. He was martyred at the Abez labour camp, near Vorkuta on 12 November 1950.
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