Find out more about the greatest 19th Century Spiritual & Religious Leaders, including Swami Vivekananda, Joseph Smith, Pope Paul VI, Pope John XXIII and Pope Pius XII.
Swami VivekanandaSwami Vivekananda
12 January 1863, Indian
Leader
Sai Baba of ShirdiSai Baba of Shirdi
28 September 1835, Indian
Spiritual Guru

Jiddu KrishnamurtiJiddu Krishnamurti
12 May 1895, Indian
Public Speaker & Philosopher

Bernadette SoubirousBernadette Soubirous
07 January 1844, French
Saint

Brigham Young Brigham Young
01 June 1801, American
Second President of the Church of Jesus Christ of

Sri AurobindoSri Aurobindo
15 August 1872, Indian
Political and Spiritual Leader
Pope John XXIIIPope John XXIII
25 November 1881, Italian
Pope

Paramahansa YoganandaParamahansa Yogananda
05 January 1893, Indian
 

Therese of LisieuxThérèse of Lisieux
02 January 1873, French
Nun
A. C. Bhaktivedanta Swami PrabhupadaA. C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada
01 September 1896, Indian
Founder of ISKCON

Mirza Ghulam AhmadMirza Ghulam Ahmad
13 February 1835, Indian
Founder of Ahmadiyya Sect
george gurdjieffGeorge Gurdjieff
01 January 1866, Armenian
Spiritual Teacher

John BoscoJohn Bosco
16 August 1815, Italian
Priest

Charles Taze RussellCharles Taze Russell
16 February 1852, American
Christian Restoration Minister

Meher BabaMeher Baba
25 February 1894, Indian
Religious Leader

Narayana GuruNarayana Guru
20 August 1856, Indian
Spiritual Leader, Social Reformer
Pope Pius XPope Pius X
02 June 1835, Italian
Head of the Catholic Church (1903-1914)

Pope Pius IXPope Pius IX
13 May 1792, Italian
Religious Leader

Pope Pius XIPope Pius XI
31 May 1857, Italian
Religious Leader

Mary Baker EddyMary Baker Eddy
16 July 1821, American
Religious Leader
Mirra AlfassaMirra Alfassa
21 February 1878, French
Spiritual Guru

Pope Leo XIIIPope Leo XIII
02 March 1810, Italian
Pope
Miguel Hidalgo y CostillaMiguel Hidalgo y Costilla
08 May 1753, Mexican
Priest

Mary MacKillopMary MacKillop
15 January 1842, Australian
Nun

Muhammad AhmadMuhammad Ahmad
12 August 1844, Sudanese
Religious Leader
Frances Xavier CabriniFrances Xavier Cabrini
15 July 1850, Italian, American
Nun

Charles KingsleyCharles Kingsley
12 June 1819, British
Priest
Dayanand SaraswatiDayanand Saraswati
12 February 1824, Indian
Indian philosopher

Ramakrishna ParamhamsaRamakrishna Paramhamsa
18 February 1836, Indian
Spiritual & Religious Leader

Raphael KalinowskiRaphael Kalinowski
01 September 1835, Polish
Discalced Carmelite Friar
Ellen G. WhiteEllen G. White
26 November 1827, American
Writer

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Usman dan FodioUsman dan Fodio
15 December 1754, Nigerian
Teacher
Sadhu Sundar SinghSadhu Sundar Singh
03 September 1889, Indian
Missionary

Hudson TaylorHudson Taylor
21 May 1832, British
Physician, Translator, Theologian, Non-fiction

Mary SlessorMary Slessor
02 December 1848, British
Missionary

Oliver CowderyOliver Cowdery
03 October 1806, American
 
Ezra Taft BensonEzra Taft Benson
04 August 1899, American
Religious Leader
Muhammad AbduhMuhammad Abduh
1849 AD, Egyptian
Jurist

Pope Pius VIIPope Pius VII
14 August 1742, Italian
Pope

Joseph F. SmithJoseph F. Smith
13 November 1838, American
Political leader

Cosmo Gordon LangCosmo Gordon Lang
31 October 1864, Scottish
Archbishop
Joseph Franklin RutherfordJoseph Franklin Rutherford
08 November 1869, American
Lawyer, Judge

Aga Khan IAga Khan I
1804 AD, Iranian
Governor

Leonidas PolkLeonidas Polk
10 April 1806, American
Bishop

Wilford WoodruffWilford Woodruff
01 March 1807, American
Religious leader

Charles StuddCharles Studd
02 December 1860, British
Cricketer, Author, Missionary
Michael von FaulhaberMichael von Faulhaber
05 March 1869, German
Archbishop

David O. McKayDavid O. McKay
08 September 1873, American
Religious Leader
WovokaWovoka
1856 AD, American
Religious leader

Abraham Isaac KookAbraham Isaac Kook
07 September 1865, Israeli
rabbi, mystic, Rosh yeshiva

Leonard HowellLeonard Howell
16 June 1898, Jamaican
 
Therese NeumannTherese Neumann
09 April 1898, German
Stigmatic

John Alexander DowieJohn Alexander Dowie
25 May 1847, Scottish
Evangelist
William Ellery ChanningWilliam Ellery Channing
07 April 1780, American
Preacher

James StrangJames Strang
21 March 1813, American
Politician

Minnie VautrinMinnie Vautrin
27 September 1886, American
Missionary

Sidney RigdonSidney Rigdon
19 February 1793, American
Religious Leader

Edmund Ignatius RiceEdmund Ignatius Rice
01 June 1762, Irish
Missionary
Lorenzo SnowLorenzo Snow
03 April 1814, American
Political Leader

Yitzhak KaduriYitzhak Kaduri
1898 AD, Israeli, Iraqi
Rabbi

Alexander CrummellAlexander Crummell
03 March 1819, American
Minister

Joel TeitelbaumJoel Teitelbaum
13 January 1887, Romanian
Philosopher, Rabbi
John Humphrey NoyesJohn Humphrey Noyes
03 September 1811, American
Preacher

Francis AsburyFrancis Asbury
20 August 1745, British, American
Bishop
Moshe FeinsteinMoshe Feinstein
03 March 1895, American
Theologian, Rabbi, Philosopher

John ChilembweJohn Chilembwe
31 May 1871, Malawian
Pastor

Tuanku Imam BonjolTuanku Imam Bonjol
1772 AD, Indonesian
Religious leader
Pio of PietrelcinaPio of Pietrelcina
25 May 1887, Italian
 

Samuel WilberforceSamuel Wilberforce
07 September 1805, British
Bishop
Samson Raphael HirschSamson Raphael Hirsch
20 June 1808, German
Rabbi, Translator

CrowfootCrowfoot
1830 AD, Canadian
tribal chief, warrior

José BurgosJosé Burgos
09 February 1837, Filipino
Priest
Stephen Samuel WiseStephen Samuel Wise
17 March 1874, Hungarian, American
Rabbi

Catherine BoothCatherine Booth
17 January 1829, British
Religious leader
Emil BrunnerEmil Brunner
23 December 1889, Swiss
Theologian

Nehanda Charwe NyakasikanaNehanda Charwe Nyakasikana
1840 AD, Zimbabwean
Spiritual Leader

John Gresham MachenJohn Gresham Machen
28 July 1881, American
Theologian

Hakeem Noor-ud-DinHakeem Noor-ud-Din
1841 AD, Indian
physician
Abraham GeigerAbraham Geiger
24 May 1810, German
Historian, Rabbi, University teacher
James Augustine HealyJames Augustine Healy
06 April 1830, American
Religious leader

Rama TirthaRama Tirtha
22 October 1873, Indian
Teacher

Edward White BensonEdward White Benson
14 July 1829, British
Archbishop of Canterbury

WashakieWashakie
1800 AD, American
tribal chief
Antoinette Brown BlackwellAntoinette Brown Blackwell
20 May 1825, American
Protestant minister

Patriarch Tikhon of MoscowPatriarch Tikhon of Moscow
31 January 1865, Russian
Patriarch of Moscow and all Russia

Solomon SchechterSolomon Schechter
07 December 1847, Romanian
Rabbi, University teacher

Maria MonkMaria Monk
27 June 1816, Canadian
Nun

Ahmad DahlanAhmad Dahlan
01 August 1868, Indonesian
Islamic revivalist
Mother Mary AlphonsaMother Mary Alphonsa
20 May 1851, American
Writer

RyōkanRyōkan
02 November 1758, Japanese
Buddhist Monk
Eliza R. SnowEliza R. Snow
21 January 1804, American
Poet

Frederick TempleFrederick Temple
30 November 1821, British
Archbishop
Désiré-Joseph MercierDésiré-Joseph Mercier
21 November 1851, Belgian
Translator
Richard WhatelyRichard Whately
01 February 1787, British
Economist