eparchial


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Adj.1.eparchial - of or relating to an eparchy
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According to Gjorgjeski, if the current "attempts" ended up as a discussion of deaf people, a concrete proposal has been tabled now that is supposed to legalize the eparchial division of two separate works.
They were Eparchial Archbishop and Metropolitan for the Ukrainians of Canada, Maxim Hermaniuk, a Redemptorist, and George Flahiff, Archbishop of Winnipeg (later Cardinal), a former superior general of the Basilian Fathers.
Franklin regards the Church as a conglomerate of "textual communities" of varying density, each with its own appropriate normative writing--monastic rules, regulations governing parochial and eparchial relationships and organizations, and canon law regulating the daily life of the Church's membership.
Representatives of the Moscow Patriarchate in Rivne seek the return of the Holy Resurrection Cathedral and a former eparchial chancery.
The proposal, "Essential Norms for Diocesan/ Eparchial Policies Dealing with Accusations of Sexual Abuse of Minors by Priests, Deacons, or other Church Personnel," was submitted for approval in July.
Co-celebrating with Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew will be members of the Eparchial Synod of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese, members of SCOBA (Standing Conference of Orthodox Bishops in the Americas) and the Patriarchal Hierarchs accompanying His All Holiness.
The paper began publishing a series of articles by Michael Stechishin (1888-1964) critiquing the Episcopal Incorporation Act which sought most controversially to incorporate all church property in the name of the Eparchial Bishop, but with no guarantee that the Bishop would be Ukrainian.
as successor to Most Reverend Joseph Khoury as Eparchial Bishop of the Catholic Maronite Eparchy of Canada.