A new diocesan administrator of Austria and Hungary has recently been announced: It is Bishop Antony Sevryuk, who will turn 34 in October 2018. His episcopal ordination took place in October 2015, some days after his 31st birthday.
Before this sounds too strange to you: We are not talking about the Roman Catholic Church, but the Russian Orthodox Church, where candidates for ordination can be younger than their Catholic counterparts. Nevertheless Bishop Antony is one of the youngest Orthodox bishops worldwide.
Since 2015 he has been head of the Moscow Patriarchate Department for Foreign Institutions and administrator of the Italian diocese.