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Eparchy

In Cyprus, an administrative subdivision approximately equivalent to a county or province.
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1990: Joining of the Eparchy of Sarba to the Patriarchal Eparchy and declaring the Patriarchal Vicariate of Byblos an independent eparchy.
The Armenian Catholic community of Aleppo dates back to the 1700s; as of 2008 there were 17,000 Armenian Catholics belonging to the Eparchy of Aleppo, and many have left since the beginning of the Syrian conflict.
Seyn (1862-1918), the Russian Governor-General of Finland from 1909 to 1917, and the Konsistoriia (Board) of the newly born orthodox eparchy in the grand duchy decided on the eve of the First World War to suggest to the imperial council of ministers that the entire Vyborg district be joined to the Russian empire.
Father Habib Shamieh was appointed an apostolic administrator of the Eparchy of San Charbel of Buenos Aires in Argentina, succeeding the retiring Bishop Charbel George Merhi.
specifically using the justice system against their political opponents," the Eparchy said.
On arriving in Sydney he sought to establish a Maronite Eparchy (14) with the intention to encourage the language, symbols, values, history and tradition, which embody Maronite culture.
Almost all the priests in the Eparchy gathered in Alba Iulia to picket the Bishopric, requesting the deposition of the hierarch, compromised because of his collaborationism with the communist power.
12693 from 1872, drafted by Christian Tell, the Ministry of Cults and Public Education, to propose to the Legislative Bodies a law for the election of metropolitan bishops and eparchy bishops and the establishment of the Holy Synode of the Romanian Orthodox Church.
Quoting the missionary department of the Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk and Kuril eparchy, the report said, ''The sculpture...was airlifted by an airplane belonging to the Federal Security Service from Moscow and was installed on the foundation on Wednesday near an Orthodox chapel, which had been earlier built there.''
Two dioceses found not in compliance in 2005--Baker, Oregon and the Eparchy of Our Lady of Deliverance of Newark--refused to participate in the 2006 audit.
(4) The archbishop also supervised the largest eparchy (diocese) in the Medieval Russian Church.
Sacred Heart students include 120 seminarians studying for 10 dioceses and an eparchy from the Midwest, as well as four religious orders, and 365 lay students, most of whom are studying for teaching and lay ministry positions in the Detroit Archdiocese.