Bulgak Jehoshaphat( Russian Greek Uniate Metropolitan)
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Biography Bulgak Jehoshaphat
(d. 1838). The son of a Catholic landowner, Bulgak received higher education in the Roman College De propaganda fide, joined the Uniate Basilian Order and became an active member of his. Erected bishop and managing Brest, and then the Diocese of Lutsk, Bulgakov, despite the opposition of white Uniate clergy, reached in 1817, Mr.. fasting Greek Uniate Metropolitan. Bulgak had a quiet, . concentrated nature and is highly pious, . was a zealous papist, and an adherent of the union, . did not prevent a certain section of white Uniate clergy to begin during the lifetime of the Metropolitan preparatory work for the reunification with the Orthodox Church Uniates,
. Bulgak buried at the Orthodox cemetery Sergius desert, near the Peterhof.