Ioan Suciu (December 4, 1907—June 27, 1953) was a Romanian bishop of the Greek-Catholic Church, born into a clerical family in Blaj.
He studied in Rome at Sant'Atanasio and then at the Pontificium Institutum Internationale Angelicum, the future Pontifical University of Saint Thomas Aquinas, Angelicum where after six years of study he received a Doctorate in Sacred Theology on 29 November 1931, and was ordained to the priesthood. He was consecrated the Auxiliary Bishop of Oradea in 1940.
He was arrested in 1948 by the authorities of the new Communist regime that outlawed the church, he was eventually sent to Sighet prison. He died there of illness.
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