Archbishop Mosa El-Hage, Maronite Patriarchal Exarchate
41) For more about the movement toward the liberation of the Balkan nations; the formation of the new states of Serbia, Greece, Romania, and Bulgaria and of new local churches; and the problem of the Bulgarian Exarchate
and relations with the Patriarchate of Constantinople, see Mark Mazover, Balkan: kratka istorija (Belgrade: Aleksandria Press, 2003), p.
Joseph Antoine Kelekian, Armenian Catholic Patriarchal Exarchate
The Orthodox Church in the Republic of Belarus is an exarchate
in the Russian Orthodox Church.
Faced with tens of thousands of faithful entering into schism, heresy, and apostasy, the Latin bishops supported the establishment of an apostolic exarchate
The author provides an excellent account of the competing Greek, Bulgarian and Turkish nationalisms, as well as of the conflict between the Patriarchate and the new Bulgarian Exarchate
On 29 November in Istanbul President Plevneliev is to meet with Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew and visit the Bulgarian Exarchate
One of the two permanent bases established by Augustus for the Roman navy was built there; around 400, the sedes imperii, the imperial residence, was moved from Milan to Ravenna; in the sixth century, the city was the capital of the Ostrogothic Kingdom and then of the Byzantine Exarchate
But what can you do, enormous amounts of money were flown into the installed exarchate
network but it fails to create a rerun from 1913," said Velinovska.
WASHINGTON * Pope Benedict XVI established July 14 an apostolic exarchate
for the Syro-Malankara Catholic church in the United States and appointed Fr.
It is exactly anti-fascist Macedonia that, 60 years later, organizes exarchate
caravans, parading missionaries-Baptists, promoters of this shameful ideology.
The main research topics addressed in this article are: (i) National ideas of the Serbs, Albanians, Bulgarians, and Greeks with regard to the territory of Macedonia and its inhabitants, (ii) Bulgarian Exarchate
(1870), "San Stefano Bulgaria" (1878), and the "Macedonian Question," and (iii) The "Macedonian Question" from the Berlin Congress (1878) to the outbreak of the Balkan Wars (1912).