- Mykola Carneckyj
- Mykola Charnetsky
- Nicholas Charnetsky
- Nikolas Carneckyj
- 2 April
- 6 January as one of the Martyrs of Ukraine
- 27 June as one of the Martyrs Killed Under Communist Regimes in Eastern Europe
Greek Catholic. Ordained on 2 October 1909. Received a doctorate in Dogmatic Theology in Rome, Italy. Entered the Redemptorist novitate at Zboysko in 1919, making his vows on 16 September 1920. Spiritual director and professor at the seminary in Stanislaviv (modern Ivano-Frankivsk), Ukraine. Appointed Apostolic Visitor to Ukrainian Catholics in Volyn and Polyssya by Pope Pius XI in 1926. Bishop on 2 February 1931.
Apostolic Exarch in Volyn and Pidlyashia during the Bolshevik occupation. Arrested for his faith on 11 April 1945 by the NKVD; sentenced to six years forced labour in Siberia. Worked in a blacksmith shop, ministered to other prisoners, and ruined his health. His six year sentence continued for eleven years, and after his release he lived under constant surveillance and irregular torture. One of the Martyrs Killed Under Communist Regimes in Eastern Europe.
- 2 April 1959 at Lviv, Ukraine
- buried there
- city authorities have to cover the grave with fresh earth each week as pilgrims carry off so much
- “Blessed Mykolai Charnetskyi“. CatholicSaints.Info. 3 April 2010. Web. 28 March 2015. <>