| Peter Rusnak|
Peter Rusnak (born September 6, 1950 in Humenne, Slovakia) is the current bishop of the Eparchy of Bratislava.
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Peter Rusnak, son of a Greek Catholic priest, was born in Humenne, a city in the eastern Slovakia. At the time of the communist regime in the former Czechoslovakia, the family was harassed by the state government. Peter Rusnak graduated in theology in the Roman Catholic University in Bratislava, at the same time it was the only Catholic School on the present territory of Slovakia during the Communist government in Czechoslovakia. Rusnak on 16 June 1987 in Greek Catholic Archeparchy of Presov was ordained priest. As Apostolic Administrator Rusnak was in the following Greco-Catholic parishes pastoral operates in Kapisova, Presov, Vranov nad Toplou, Petrova and Bardejov. From 1990 to 1993, Rusnak took spiritual care in the Greek Catholic seminary in Presov to Greek Catholic seminarians.
From 1994 to 1995 he took over in the Presov archeparchy the duties of the Roman Curia. From 1995 to 1998 Rusnak worked as director of the Curia. For 13 years, from 1990 to 2003, Peter Rusnak taught the subjects of pastoral theology and homiletics at the Greek-Catholic Faculty in Presov. In addition Rusnak worked as a member of the Liturgical Commission. Pope Benedict XVI appointed Peter Rusnak on 30 January 2008 Bishop of the Eparchy of Bratislava. The solemn ordination took place on 16 February 2008. Since 24 February 2008 Peter Rusnak is bishop of the Eparchy of Bratislava.