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List of Eastern Orthodox bishops in the United States and Canada

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Eastern Orthodox bishops in the United States and Canada are bishops of various Eastern Orthodox Churches serving in the United States and Canada. The list includes all bishops serving in those countries, whether as diocesan bishops or in some other capacity, for example: as auxiliary bishops, diocesan administrators, or heads of various exarchates and vicariates. The dates following their names indicate the years during which they served in the United States or Canada.

This list includes all bishops by service, regardless of their nationality (citizenship).

Church of Antioch

  • Germanos (Shehadi) of Zahle

Antiochian Archdiocese

Church of Russia, 1794-1924

Russian Exarchate of North America, 1933-1970

  • Benjamin (Fedchenkov) of the Aleutians, 1933-1947
  • Boris (Vik) of the Aleutians, 1955-1962
  • Germogen, 1954
  • John (Wendland) of New York and the Aleutians, 1962-1967
  • Jonathan (Kopolovitch) of New York and the Aleutians, 1967-1970
  • Makarius (Ilyinsky) of New York, 1947-1953

Russian Orthodox Church in the USA, 1970-present

Russian Orthodox Church Outside Russia (partial)[2]

Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America (partial)

Northern American Metropolia/Orthodox Church in America

  • Platon (Rozhdestvensky) Archbishop of the Aleutians and North America (1907-1914). Later named Metropolitan of All America and Canada (1922-1934)
  • Evdokim (Meschersky) Archbishop of the Aleutians and North America (1914-1918)
  • Alexander (Nemolovsky) Archbishop of the Aleutians and North America (1919-1922)
  • Theophilus (Pashkovsky) Archbishop of San Francisco, Metropolitan of All America and Canada (1934-1950)
  • Leontius (Turkevich) Archbishop of New York, Metropolitan of All America and Canada (1950-1965)
  • John (Shakhovskoy) Archbishop of San Francisco and the West (1950-1974)
  • Irenaeus (Bekish) Archbishop of New York, Metropolitan of All America and Canada (1965-1977)
  • Theodosius (Lazor) Archbishop of Washington, Metropolitan of All America and Canada (1977-2002)
  • Herman (Swaiko) Archbishop of Washington and New York, Metropolitan of All America and Canada (2002-2008)
  • Jonah (Paffhausen) Archbishop of Washington, Metropolitan of All America and Canada (2008-2012)
  • Tikhon (Mollard) Archbishop of Washington, Metropolitan of All America and Canada (since 2012)

'Holy Synod of Bishops (2016)

  • Tikhon (Mollard), Archbishop of Washington and Metropolitan of All America and Canada
  • Nathaniel (Popp), Archbishop of Detroit and the Romanian Episcopate
  • Nikon (Liolin), Archbishop of Boston, New England, and the Albanian Archdiocese
  • Benjamin (Peterson), Archbishop of San Francisco and the West
  • Alejo (Pacheco y Vera), Archbishop of Mexico City and Mexico
  • Melchisedek (Pleska), Archbishop of Pittsburgh and Western Pennsylvania
  • Mark (Maymon), Archbishop of Philadelphia and Eastern Pennsylvania
  • Irénée (Rochon), Archbishop of Ottawa and the Archdiocese of Canada
  • Michael (Dahulich), Archbishop of New York and New Jersey
  • Alexander (Golitsin), Archbishop of Dallas, the South and the Bulgarian Diocese
  • David (Mahaffey), Bishop of Sitka and Alaska
  • Paul (Gassios), Bishop of Chicago and the Midwest
  • Irineu (Duvlea), Bishop of Dearborn Heights (Romanian Episcopate)
  • Daniel (Brum), Bishop of Santa Rosa (Diocese of the West)

References

  1. ^ "Antiochian Orthodox Christian Archdiocese of North America". www.antiochian.org. Retrieved 2019-09-23.
  2. ^ [1] "The Russian Orthodox Church Outside Russia — Bishops", Retrieved 2012-10-07
  3. ^ [2] "Obituary of Bishop Anthimos of Olympus" Funeral.com Retrieved 2016-11/14

Sources

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