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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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1990: Joining of the Patriarchal Vicariate of Deir-el-Ahmar to the Eparchy of Baalbeck which became the Eparchy of Baalbeck and Deir-el-Ahmar.
The celebrations, which will be held in the Eparchy of Varna and Veliki Preslav, will be attended by Bulgarian President Rosen Plevneliev, daily Dnevnik reports.
In recent months, the Eparchy next door and the school have been under attack.
With regard to the teaching of religion, the Russian Orthodox Eparchy of Finland was founded to "take special care" of the population's Orthodox minority, as the tsar and his servants put it: This new Russian bishop had his see in Vyborg.
When they are to decide who will take over the Polog-Kumanovo eparchy, whether it will be young Josif or someone else, the archbishops should get reminded if archbishop Kiril's statement thanks to which the young Josif has now the right to decide about important issues.
Father Antoine Tarabay was appointed Bishop of the Eparchy of Saint Maroun of Sydney in Australia.
Georgian Eparchy of the Armenian Apostolic Church to the Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili's statement about release of the
The Islamic Religious Community refused to comment on the incident in Gostivar, while the eparchy of Polog and Kumanovo said they have been watching closely how the situation unfolded.
The Patriarch of Russia said one of the tasks of the newly created eparchy in Kyrgyzstan would become development of the inter-religious dialogue and cooperation, strengthening of the national unity so that the country would gain peace, economic and spiritual prosperity.
The church has succeeded in establishing an eparchy only in Qatar.
Teiro's investigation of the metropolitans role as head of his own eparchy raises a series of questions that will offer further research possibilities to scholars who are interested in both church-state and internal church institutional relations in Muscovy.
His Grace John Michael Botean, Bishop of the Romanian Catholic Eparchy of St George (Canton, OH) and co-patron of the conferences since their inception, voiced his conviction that meetings such as this witness to the ineluctable, inescapable meaning of Christ's Incarnation.
Paul Chonmycky, Bishop of the Ukrainian Catholic Eparchy of Stamford, and Most Rev.
A record in the French government's Journal Officiel (the French equivalent of the Government Gazette) in September 2007 refers to the "Bishop" as having been appointed to run an aid mission in Vitry-sur-Seine by the "oriental apostolic orthodox eparchy", with the stated aim of coming "to the assistance of the destitute and persons in moral, physical or material distress, of whatever race, religion or country of origin."
Our Lady of Mercy, which has a membership of about 100 families, is an Eastern Rite Catholic Church and is part of the Eparchy of St.