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Josaphat was a monk and archeparch (archbishop) of the Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church, who was killed at Vitebsk, Vitebsk Voivodeship, in the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth (now in Belarus), on 12 November 1623. He is “the best-known victim” of sectarian violence related to implementing the Union of Brest, and is declared a martyr and saint of the Catholic Church.