Ghébr-Michael (1791 – 30 July 1855) was an Ethiopian Roman Catholic priest and Congregation of the Mission postulant. He professed as a monk in the Coptic Orthodox Church in 1813 and subsequently met Giustino de Jacobis on a journey. That unexpected meeting would eventually change his life since de Jacobis would subsequently convert him to Catholicism and ordain him as a priest. But the Coptic Orthodox bishop, Ethiopia's sole Orthodox bishop, despised him and set out to remove both him and his benefactor de Jacobis. He was quickly imprisoned and tortured, and he died in prison as a result of his mistreatment under a cedar tree.