A number of clergymen from various Christian denominations defied their superiors and provided fake baptismal certificates and other documents to Jews. In this paper, Catholic and Protestant leaders who took extraordinary risks and went well beyond expectations are named. Members of the Marist order active in rescue include Albert Pfleger*, Ferdinand Fischer* (Nandor), Bernard Clerc*, Alexandre Hegedus*, Ladislas Pingitzer* (Laszlo), François Angyal* (Ferenc), Louis Prucser*, and Jean-Baptiste Benetbeltz*. Other courageous priests and ministers were Father Karoly Dobos, Pastor Emil Koren and his wife Margit, Pastor Andreas Keken, Father Jacob Raile, and Father Albert Bereczky. Pastor Laszlo Michnai, President of the Adventist Church, sheltered fifty people. Pastor Gabor Sztehlo sheltered children as part of his work with the Good Shepherd Committee. He was appointed to his post by Reverend Jozsef Elias, a convert to Christianity. Sztehlo established numerous safe houses in Budapest and worked with the International Red Cross network. His story is told in his memoirs (in Hungarian) and in many other sources, including the recently issued When Angels Fooled the World: Rescuers of Jews in Wartime Hungary, the author of which, Charles Fenyvesi, was sheltered in one of the Sztehlo houses in Budapest.