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Eparchy

In Cyprus, an administrative subdivision approximately equivalent to a county or province.
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The Eparchy has 29,000 faithful, 26 diocesan and 16 religious priests, six deacons, and 35 religious sisters.
Each diocese and eparchy will be asked the number of allegations it received during the approximately 12-month period since its last audit.
and Eparch Stephen Chmilar of the Ukrainian Catholic Eparchy of Toronto (Jan.
This past summer of 2003, when Lubomyr Cardinal Husar, the patriarch of the Ukrainian Catholic Church, was in Canada to ordain the new bishop, Stephen Chmilar, for the Eparchy of Toronto and Eastern Canada, his homily exhorted the hundreds gathered that day to remember that, for all the glimmer of gold in the mitre and staff, for all the exalted titles and extraordinary deference shown to a bishop, a bishop at the end of the day remains a man desperately in need of our prayers, our support, our forgiveness, and our filial affection.
Al-Rai's words came during his religious sermon as he presided over Mass held at "Our Lady of Bechwat" Church, marking the occasion of the appointment of Pastor Hanna Rahme as Bishop of the Maronite Eparchy of Baalbek and Deir al-Ahmar, in presence of political figures and Apostolic Nuncio, Gabriel Caccia.
The celebrations, which will be held in the Eparchy of Varna and Veliki Preslav, will be attended by Bulgarian President Rosen Plevneliev, daily Dnevnik reports.
In recent months, the Eparchy next door and the school have been under attack.
Vincent de Paul Catholic Church in Baltimore, Archbishop Joseph Tobin of Indianapolis and Bishop John Michael Botean, head of the Romanian Catholic Eparchy of St.
His Excellency Ibrahim, Ibrahim Bishop Emeritus of Chaldean Eparchy of Saint Thomas the Apostle (Official representative of His Beatitude Louis Rahphael Sako I, Chaldean Catholic Patriarch of Babylon and the Head of the Chaldean Catholic Church)
In the light of continued oppression of educational rights of Ukrainians in Crimea, repressions against journalists and all those who disagree with the violent and fraudulent occupation of the peninsula by the Kremlin, the Russian occupying forces started massive persecution and physical violence against the clergy and parishioners of the Crimean Eparchy of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church (Kyiv Patriarchate).
When they are to decide who will take over the Polog-Kumanovo eparchy, whether it will be young Josif or someone else, the archbishops should get reminded if archbishop Kiril's statement thanks to which the young Josif has now the right to decide about important issues.
Father Antoine Tarabay was appointed Bishop of the Eparchy of Saint Maroun of Sydney in Australia.