Michael Gogov

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His Beatitude Mr. Mr.
Michael
Archbishop of Ohrid and Macedonia
Church Macedonian
See Skopje
Installed 4 December 1993
Term ended 6 July 1999
Predecessor Gabriel of Ohrid and Macedonia
Successor Stephen of Ohrid and Macedonia
Personal details
Born 1912
Novo Selo, Macedonia
Died 6 July 1999
Skopje, Macedonia
Buried Church "St. Naum of Ohrid", Radišani, Macedonia
Nationality Macedonian
Denomination Eastern Orthodox Church

Michael (Macedonian: Архиепископ Охридски и Македонски г.г. Михаил/ Arhiepiskop Ohridski i Makedonski g.g. Mihail) was the fourth Archbishop of Ohrid and Macedonia and once primate of the Macedonian Orthodox Church.

Archbishop Michael was born in Novo Selo, Štip Municipality, Ottoman Empire (now Republic of Macedonia) in 1912. He had been a longstanding professor and dean at the theological faculty of the Ss. Cyril and Methodius University in Skopje before being elected as the leader of the Macedonian Orthodox Church on December 4, 1993.

Archbishop Michael died on July 6, 1999, and is remembered for his great oratory.

Preceded by
Gabriel II
Archbishop of Ohrid and Macedonia
1993–1999
Succeeded by
Stephen