eparchial


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Adj.1.eparchial - of or relating to an eparchy
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Secondarily, she engages in works of charity whenever possible, under the coordination of the eparchial bishop.
He is a Greek-Orthodox priest and was appointed for this service by the Kosice eparchial Bishop, Wladika Milan Chautur.
According to Sanctorum Mater, or the Instruction for the Conducting Diocesan or Eparchial Inquiries in the Causes of Saints, the diocesan process is the first step before a deceased Catholic who is proven to have lived a life of holiness and heroic virtue can be considered for beatification and eventual canonization.