Church of St. Adalbert
Kaliningrad, 1999-

Named after an Old Bolshevik Mikhail I. Kalinin, the city of Kaliningrad used to be called Koenigsburg, an important Prussian city and home of the philosopher Emmanuel Kant.
Destroyed in the Second World War and further degraded by long Soviet occupation after 1945, Kaliningrad nonetheless today enjoys the most impressive growth of all the Catholic communities in the Russian Federation. The Church has begun construction on the Church of St. Adalbert and its accompanying buildings, which will house, among other things, a school, a catechetical center, and an institute for advanced studies in theology.