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Eparchy of Dalmatia

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Eparchy of Dalmatia
Епархија далматинска
Location
Territory Dalmatia
Headquarters Šibenik
Information
Denomination Eastern Orthodox
Sui iuris church Serbian Orthodox Church
Patriarchate of Peć (Serbia)
Established 1692
Language Church Slavonic
Serbian
Current leadership
Bishop Nikodim Kosović
Map
Map of Eparchies of Serbian Orthodox Church (including Orthodox Ohrid Archbishopric)-en.svg
Website
http://www.eparhija-dalmatinska.hr/Frames-e.htm

The Eparchy of Dalmatia (Serbian: Далматинска епархија or Dalmatinska eparhija) is a diocese or eparchy of the Serbian Orthodox Church, having jurisdiction over the region of Dalmatia, in Croatia. Since 2017, Serbian Orthodox Bishop of Dalmatia is Nikodim Kosović.[1]

Serbian Orthodox Archimandrite Gerasim Zelić
Serbian Orthodox Archimandrite Gerasim Zelić
Serbian Orthodox Bishop Nikodim Milaš
Serbian Orthodox Bishop Nikodim Milaš
Serbian Orthodox Monastery Krka
Serbian Orthodox Monastery Krka

History

Early Christianity in Dalmatia

Middle Ages: Croatian and Hungarian Rule

Between Venetian and Turkish Rule

Under French and Austrian Rule

Dalmatia in Yugoslavia

Modern Times

Bishops

  • Nikodim Busović (1693—1705), as bishop of Krka
  • Savatije Ljubibratić (1705—1716)
  • Stefan Ljubibratić (1716–1722)
  • Simeon Končarević (1751—1762)
  • Venedikt Kraljević (1810—1823)
  • Josif Rajačić (1829—1834)
  • Pantelejmon Živković (1834— 1836)
  • Jerotej Mutibarić (1843—1853)
  • Stefan Knežević (1853—1890)
  • Nikodim Milaš (1890—1910)
  • Dimitrije Branković (1913-1920)
  • Danilo Pantelić(1921—1927)
  • Maksimilijan Hajdin (1928—1931)
  • Irinej Đorđević (1931—1952)
  • Nikanor Iličić (1947—1951)
  • Simeon Zloković (1951—1959)
  • Stefan Boca (1959—1978)
  • Nikolaj Mrđa (1978—1992)
  • Longin Krčo (1992—1999)
  • Fotije Sladojević (1999—2017)
  • Nikodim Kosović (2017—present)

Monasteries

See also

Sources

References

External links

This page was last edited on 8 September 2018, at 18:17
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