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Synonyms for eparchy

a province in ancient Greece

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a diocese of the Eastern Orthodox Church

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(25.) Anna Maria Kowcz-Baran, Ukrainian Catholic Churches of Winnipeg Archeparchy: History of Ukrainian Catholic Churches in Canada, Saskatoon: The Archeparchy of Winnipeg, 1991, page 77.
x Ukrainian Catholic Archeparchy x of Philadelphia, Pa.
He took the steps of appointing administrators of the Lviv Archeparchy, should he be arrested.
Joseph Gebara, Archeparch of the Melkite Greek Catholic Archeparchy of Petra and Philadelphia in Amman, said that the key message of the visit will express the love of the UAE people for all peoples of the Gulf and Arab countries.
NNA - Archbishop Issam Darwish of the Melkite Greek Archeparchy of Zahle and Fourzol on Monday welcomed a delegation of the Gathering for Lebanon, chaired by Beatrice Batier and comprising more than 40 Lebanese and French figures who came from the French town of Limousin Brive, in presence of Deputy House Speaker Elie Ferzli, and Caretaker Justice Minister Salim Jreissati.
Special thanks are extended to the following who assisted the author with his research: Myron Momryk, Library and Archives Canada; Gloria Romaniuk, Ukrainian Catholic Archeparchy of Winnipeg Archives; and Walter Senchuk, Archives of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church of Canada.
It was unclear what the Holy See would do with this young bishop who was now without a See; he returned to Lviv, was made a canon in the Archeparchy's chapter of canons, and became Metropolitan Andrey's vicar general.