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Eparchy

In Cyprus, an administrative subdivision approximately equivalent to a county or province.
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and chairman of the lay National Review Board, which advises the bishops on sex abuse, says that Lincoln and all but one of the eparchies have requested to be part of the audit process in the next reporting cycle.
In November 2004, the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops commissioned the Center for Applied Research in the Apostolate at Georgetown University to design and conduct an annual survey of all member dioceses and eparchies, or dioceses of the Eastern Orthodox churches that are associated with the USCCB.
The UGCC has 9 eparchies, 2 exarchates, 3,480 communities, and 2,191 clergy members.
The language by which the first Byzantine Catholic eparchies in North America were erected in 1924 reflects this geographic determinism.
The increase was greatest in the Dalmatian and Karlovac eparchies.
For example, of the 197 dioceses and eparchies that are members of the U.
He leads the Chaldean Catholic Church of 419,000 members through eparchies (dioceses) in Iraq, Iran, Egypt, Syria, Turkey, Australia, Canada and the US (Catholic World News, 6 March 2013).
The Ukrainian Orthodox Church-Moscow Patriarchate (UOC-MP) had 35 eparchies and 10,875 communities (approximately 68 percent of all Orthodox Christian communities in the country), most of which were located in the central, southern, and eastern oblasts.
diocese and five Eastern rite eparchies again refused to cooperate with the auditing process.
The Organising Committee, composed of the Chancellors of all five Ukrainian Catholic Eparchies in Canada, and headed by Auxiliary Bishop for Ukrainians of Winnipeg David Motiuk, spent six months in preparation for this Conference.
The Ukrainian Orthodox Church-Moscow Patriarchate (UOC-MP) has 36 eparchies and 10,566 communities, most of which are located in the central, southern, and eastern parts of the country.
diocese and five eparchies stubbornly refuse to cooperate with auditing procedures.