eparch


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a bishop or metropolitan in charge of an eparchy in the Eastern Church

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the governor or prefect of an eparchy in ancient Greece

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"The diocesan bishop or eparch can be removed only if he has objectively been lacking in a very grave manner the diligence that is required of his pastoral office," it continues, specifying: "In the case of abuse against minors or vulnerable adults it is sufficient that the lacking of diligence be grave."
the definition of eunuchism; Leo VI's law allowing eunuchs to adopt; the existence of a eunuch eparch), whilst Ringrose's list of identifiable eunuchs would have made a useful appendix.
the bishop or eparch cannot be sure that Charter-related policies and procedures are clearly communicated and effectively carried out."
In the mid-seventies he received an invitation to meet Cardinal Slipyj at a private breakfast at the home of the Ukrainian Catholic eparch. "He was a most impressive figure," he says.
They were Bishop Basil Filevich, Eparch emeritus of Saskatoon (Ukrainian) and Bishop Roman Danylak, then Apostolic Administrator of the Ukrainian Catholic Eparchy of Toronto.
John Pazak, Eparch for the Byzantine Rite Slovaks in Canada, at Notre Dame Cathedral.
Father Kenneth Nowakoski, 49, rector of Holy Spirit Ukrainian Catholic Seminary in Ottawa, has been named Eparch of the Ukrainian Eparchy of New Westminster, BC.
Eparch Motiuk was rector of Holy Spirit Ukrainian Catholic Seminary in Ottawa from 1996 to 2001, after which he was appointed auxiliary bishop of the Archeparchy of Winnipeg, MB.
Catharines (Feb.) and Eparch Stephen Chmilar of the Ukrainian Catholic Eparchy of Toronto (Jan.
5 letter to Cardinal Achille Silvestrini, the prefect of the Congregation for Eastern-Rite Churches, Borecky stated, "I have received no communication from (Pope John Paul II) that any of my powers as eparch have been diminished." An eparch is an Eastern-rite bishop.