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List of Catholic dioceses in Greece

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Roman Catholic Church in Greece is composed of

  • a Latin hierarchy, comprising two ecclesiastical provinces (including four suffragan dioceses and an apostolic vicariate) and two dioceses immediately subject to the Holy See)
  • two Eastern Catholic rite-specific particular church sui iuris jurisdictions.

Current Latin Catholic hierarchy

Catholic Dioceses in Greece
Catholic Dioceses in Greece

(Roman Rite)

Directly subject to the Holy See

Ecclesiastical Province of Corfu, Zakynthos and Cefalonia

Ecclesiastical Province of Naxos, Andros, Tinos and Mykonos

Current Eastern Catholic jurisdictions

All exempt, i.e. directly subject to the Holy See, and part of Rite-specific particular churches sui iuris

Greek Catholic Church (Byzantine Rite in Greek language)
Armenian Catholic Church (Armenian Rite in Armenian language)

Defunct dioceses

Titular Archbishoprics

Metropolitan Titular Archbishoprics
Non-metropolitan Titular Archbishoprics
  • TO BE WIKIFIED/CHECKED : Ægina, Ænus, Carpathus, Cassiope, Cypsela, Lemnus, Leucas, Macra, Maronea, Massimianopolis in Rhodope, Methymna, Naupactus, Rhusium, Serræ

Titular bishoprics

  • TO BE WIKIFIED/CHECKED : Abdera, Achelous, Aëtus, Amphipolis, Amyclae, Anastasiopolis, Anastasiopolis, Arcadia, Ardamerium, Argos, Astypalæa, Aulon, Bargala, Berrhœa, Bolina, Bonitza, Cæsaropolis, Calydon, Campania, Canea, Cantanus, Cardicium, Carystus, Cassandria, Castoria, Cea, Cernitza, Cesarea in Thessalia, Chalcis in Græcia, Chersonesus in Creta, Christianopolis, Christopolis, Chrysopolis in Macedonia, Ciparissia, Cisamus, Citrus, Cnossus, Corone, Coronea, Cos, Cydonia, Daulia, Demetrias, Diocletiana, Dium, Doberus, Dodona, Dragobitia, Echinus, Edessa in Macedonia, Elatea, Eleutherna, Eleutheropolis in Macedonia, Elis, Epidaurum, Eressus, Eurœa in Epiro, Ezerus, Gomphi, Helos, Heraclea Pelagoniæ, Hierapytna, Hierissus, Ioannina, Ios, Kefalonia, Lacedæmonia, Lamia, Lappa, Lerus, Lete, Lidoricium, Maina, Marmarizana, Megalopolis in Peloponneso, Megara, Messene, Methone, Milos (united with current diocese of Syros), Monembasia, Mosynopolis, Mundinitza, Nauplia, Nisyrus, Olena, Opus, Oreus, Paros, Peritheorium, Pharsalus, Photice, Platæa (Plataia), Platamon, Polystylus, Porthmus, Rheon, Rhithymna (former diocese of Retimo(–Ario)), Salona, Samos, Scarphea, Sciathus, Scopelus in Thessalia, Scyrus, Serbia, Setea, Sicyon, Stagoi, Stobi, Strongyle, Strumnitza, Subrita, Tanagra, Tegea, Thasus, Thaumacus, Thebæ Phthiotides, Thespiæ, Tricca, Trœzene, Velicia, Xanthe, Zapara, Zaratovium

Other defunct jurisdictions

Eastern Catholic (Byzantine Rite) :

See also

Sources and external links

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