Catholic Church Mission in Sevastopol

Sevastopol, previously an ancient Greek city called Chersonesus, a place of exile and martyrdom of two Popes - St. Clement I and St. Martin I.

Nowadays, it is the main port of the Russian Navy on the Black Sea Shore.

Holly Mass - a spirit of our Mission


The Catholic church building of St. Clement I in Sevastopol was closed by the Communists in 1936, the whole clergy were shot and the church was rebuilt into a movie theater.


Modernists lays from the Vatican-II-Church claim this building nowadays. However, in 2019 traditional Catholics of Sevastopol created their own parish of St. Clement I (the Holy Masses take place in a private chapel in the historical center of Sevastopol).

Help Fatima come to Russia

Your donations will help Fr. A. Kryssov

to reach the far ends of Russia and to fulfill the Mission!

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