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Eparchy

In Cyprus, an administrative subdivision approximately equivalent to a county or province.
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We bring to public attention that the Reformed Eparchy of Ardeal is following the situation at Rosia Montana with concern for the Reformed Church's property in the area, for the archaeological and historical aspects of the affair and also for the perspective of a major environmental catastrophe.
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.
During his term (1973-1991), he opened Our Lady of Lebanon Church at Harris Park, purchased Saint George Church in Thornleigh and Our Lady of Lebanon Church at Wollongong, purchased a residence at Strathfield which would become the location of the Australian Maronite Eparchy and commenced construction of a hostel at Harris Park.
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.
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.
In September 1992, Bishop Petru and his followers announced the establishment of the autonomous Bessarabian Metropolitanate, and asked Romanian Patriarch Teoctist to recognize it as another eparchy of the Romanian Orthodox Church (32).
In October 2005, a group of young men jumped over the wall of the Sibenik eparchy courtyard shouting anti-Serb slogans, and demolished garden furniture and window shutters.
At the end of 1917 Ukrainskyi holos saw itself as defending the character of the Greek Catholic Church as it had developed in Halychyna (to the noted exclusion of the Stanislaviv Eparchy under Bishop Khomyshyn) (54) and hoping that this inheritance would be allowed to flourish in Canada.
4) The archbishop also supervised the largest eparchy (diocese) in the Medieval Russian Church.