Eparchy

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Eparchy

In Cyprus, an administrative subdivision approximately equivalent to a county or province.
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They were Eparchial Archbishop and Metropolitan for the Ukrainians of Canada, Maxim Hermaniuk, a Redemptorist, and George Flahiff, Archbishop of Winnipeg (later Cardinal), a former superior general of the Basilian Fathers.
Franklin regards the Church as a conglomerate of "textual communities" of varying density, each with its own appropriate normative writing--monastic rules, regulations governing parochial and eparchial relationships and organizations, and canon law regulating the daily life of the Church's membership.
Representatives of the Moscow Patriarchate in Rivne seek the return of the Holy Resurrection Cathedral and a former eparchial chancery.