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January 30

Stanislaus Lutomirski

Stanislaus Lutomirski, a Polish priest and secretary to King Sigismund Augustus of Poland, professed his Unitarian beliefs and was appointed superintendent of the Churches of Little Poland by the 19th Synod at Pinczow in 1561.

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