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Eparchy

In Cyprus, an administrative subdivision approximately equivalent to a county or province.
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Nor can the board take action against the few institutions (two dioceses, Lincoln, Nebraska and Baker, Oregon; and two eparchies of the Eastern Rite Catholic Church) that refuse to cooperate with the charter.
According to a survey of 99 percent of the country's dioceses and eparchies, allegations of sexual misconduct against children and young people fell by 9 percent.
According to Government statistics, the UOC-MP has 38 eparchies and 11,085 communities located in large numbers in all the regions, with the exception of the Ivano-Frankivs'k, Lviv, and Ternopil Oblasts.
The statistical study produced by John Jay College used data based on an anonymous survey completed by 195 dioceses and eparchies (97 percent of total dioceses) and 140 religious communities (60 percent of total communities).
1) The fruits of this union are to be found today in the European eparchies of Mukacevo (Ukraine), Presov (Slovakia), Prague (Czech Republic), Krizevci (Croatia, with a large percentage of its faithful living in Serbia), and Hajdudorog (Hungary), as well as in five eparchies embracing more than 200,000 faithful in the United States and Canada.
diocese and five eparchies stubbornly refuse to cooperate with auditing procedures.
However, adherents of the Eastern Churches migrated to other countries and continents and their liturgies and traditions can now be found in Western Europe and in the Americas and in Oceania, where eparchies have been established alongside the Latin dioceses.
The increase was greatest in the Dalmatian and Karlovac eparchies.
A similar review of Eastern Rite eparchies and archeparchies (17 in all) found no information about how to contribute to the October 2015 synod.
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.
The refusal of the Lincoln diocese and the three eparchies to participate.