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  1. Alexis Toth - Wikipedia

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    Alexis Georgievich Toth was a Russian Orthodox church leader in the Midwestern United States who, having resigned his position as a Byzantine Catholic priest in the Ruthenian Catholic Church, became responsible for the conversions of approximately 20,000 Eastern Rite Catholics to the Russian Orthodox Church, which contributed to the growth of Eastern Orthodoxy in the United States and the eventual establishment of the Orthodox Church in America. He was canonized by the Orthodox Church in 1994.

  2. Saint Alexis Toth (or Alexis of Wilkes-Barre; March 18, 1853 in Kobylnice – May 7, 1909 in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania) was a Russian Orthodox church leader in the Midwestern United States who, having resigned his position as a Byzantine Catholic priest in the Ruthenian Catholic Church, became responsible for the conversions of approximately 20,000 Eastern Rite Catholics to the Russian ...

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  4. Alexis Toth - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre

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    San Alexis Toth o Alexis de Wilkes-Barre ( 18 de marzo de 1853, Kobylnice - 7 de mayo de 1909, Wilkes-Barre, Pensilvania) fue un sacerdote de la Iglesia ortodoxa rusa de origen ruteno que, encargado de la Iglesia en el Medio Oeste de los Estados Unidos (en su origen uniatos,) fue el responsable de la conversión de aproximadamente 20.000 católicos a la Iglesia Ortodoxa Rusa, lo que ...

    • 29 de mayo, 1994
    • 18 de marzo de 1853, Kobylnice, Imperio austríaco
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  6. Category:Alexis Toth - Wikimedia Commons

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  7. Alexis Toth - Unionpedia, the concept map

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    Saint Alexis Toth (or Alexis of Wilkes-Barre; March 18, 1853 – May 7, 1909) was a Russian Orthodox church leader in the Midwestern United States who, having resigned his position as a Byzantine Catholic priest in the Ruthenian Catholic Church, became responsible for the conversions of approximately 20,000 Eastern Rite Catholics to the Russian Orthodox Church, which contributed to the growth of Eastern Orthodoxy in the United States and the eventual establishment of the Orthodox Church in ...

  8. Alexis Toth - Hyperleap

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    Saint Alexis Toth (or Alexis of Wilkes-Barre; March 18, 1853 – May 7, 1909) was a Russian Orthodox church leader in the Midwestern United States who, having resigned his position as a Byzantine Catholic priest in the Ruthenian Catholic Church, became responsible for the conversions of approximately 20,000 Eastern Rite Catholics to the Russian Orthodox Church, which contributed to the growth of Eastern Orthodoxy in the United States and the eventual establishment of the Orthodox Church in ...

  9. alexis toth : définition de alexis toth et synonymes de ...

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    Saint Alexis Toth (or Alexis of Wilkes-Barre) (18 March 1853, Kobylnice - 7 May 1909, Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania) was a Russian Orthodox church leader in the American Midwest who, having resigned...

  10. Tóth - Wikipedia

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    Saint Alexis Toth (1853–1909), Slovakian priest of the Russian Orthodox church who served in the United States Andre DeToth (1913–2002), Hungarian-American filmmaker Andrea Tóth (born 1980), Hungarian water polo player Árpád Tóth (1886–1928), Hungarian poet

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