Andrei nominated (1 February) and consecrated (17 September) in L'viv as Greek Catholic bishop of Stanyslaviv. Establishes eparchial seminary and library.
The Metropolitan leads an archeparchial pilgrimage to the Holy Land (5-28 September). The Metropolitan prepares a book of rules for the Studite Order, later revised with his brother Klymentii and published as the Typicon.
The Metropolitan meets in Rome with Pope Pius X, who reconfirms the Metropolitan's jurisdiction over the Eparchy of Kamianets' (then in the Russian Empire) and, by extension, his jurisdiction over all other former Greek Catholic eparchies in the Russian Empire (February). The Metropolitan attends and is elected president of the ecumenical Velehrad Congress in Moravia (25-29 July).
Count Andrzej Potocki, viceroy of Galicia, assassinated by Ukrainian student activist (12 April). The Metropolitan condemns the act in a pastoral letter. In the autumn, he travels incognito to the Russian Empire (Belorussia, Moscow, St. Petersburg, and Kiev), meeting with persons inclined toward church union with Rome.
The Metropolitan presides over the Second Velehrad Congress (July).
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