Archbishop Luka Voyno-Yasenetsky
Archbishop Luka (Luke, born Valentin Felixovich Voyno-Yasenetsky) was an outstanding surgeon, the founder of purulent surgery, a spiritual writer, a bishop of Russian Orthodox Church, and an archbishop of Simferopol and of the Crimea since May 1946.
His first true understanding of the Christian faith came from the New Testament given to him at his high school graduation by his principal.
He was a laureate of Stalin Prize in medicine in 1946.
As a noticeable religious figure, he was subjected to political repressions and spent 11 years in internal exile. He was canonized in Russian Orthodox Church in 2000. His feast day is May 29/June 11 (Julian [Old] Calendar/Gregorian [New] Calendar).
Fear not, little flock
32 Fear not, little flock; for it is your Father's good pleasure (εὐδόκησεν) to give you the kingdom.