Adrian - Religion


  • Pope Adrian I (c. 700-795)
  • Pope Adrian II (792–872)
  • Pope Adrian III (died 885)
  • Pope Adrian IV (c. 1100–1159), English pope
  • Pope Adrian V (c. 1205–1276)
  • Pope Adrian VI (1459–1523), Dutch pope
  • Adrian of Batanea (died 308), Christian martyr and saint
  • Adrian of Canterbury (died 710), scholar and Abbot of St Augustine's Abbey in Canterbury
  • Adrian of May (died 875), Scottish saint from the Isle of May, martyred by Vikings
  • Adrian of Moscow (1627–1700), last pre-revolutionary Patriarch of Moscow and All Russia
  • Adrian of Nicomedia (died 306), martyr and Herculian Guard of the Roman Emperor Galerius Maximian
  • Adrian of Ondrusov (died 1549), Russian Orthodox saint and wonder-worker
  • Adrian of Poshekhonye (died 1550), Russian Orthodox saint, hegumen of Dormition monastery in Yaroslavl region
  • Adrian Leo Doyle (born 1936), Australian prelate of the Roman Catholic Church
  • Adrian von Walenburch (died 1669), auxiliary bishop of Cologne and controversial Dutch Roman Catholic theologian

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