|Blessed Hryhorij Lakota|
|Born||Holodivka, Kingdom of Galicia and Lodomeria, Austria-Hungary|
|Died||12 November 1950, Abez labour camp, near Vorkuta|
|Means of martyrdom||gulag|
|Venerated in||Ukrainian Greek-Catholic Church|
|Beatified||27 June 2001, the Ukraine, by Pope John Paul II|
The Blessed Hryhorij Lakota, also known as Gregor Lakota (Hryhorij being the Ukrainian spelling for Gregor) was a Ukrainian Greek-Catholic Church auxiliary bishop who suffered religious persecution and was martyred by the Soviet Government.
Hryhorij Lakota was born 31 January 1893 in Holodivka, in Austrian Galicia. 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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