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List of hierarchs of the Romanian Orthodox Church

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

This is the list of the hierarchs of the Romanian Orthodox Church, depicting the organization of the church.

For a list of those hierarchs who are currently members of the Holy Synod, see the website of the patriarchate

Hierarchs

Romanian Orthodox Church organization
Romanian Orthodox Church organization

Romanian Patriarchate

  1. Daniel, Patriarch of All Romania, Metropolitan of Wallachia and Dobrudja, Archbishop of Bucharest, Locum Tenens of Caesarea in Cappadocia
  2. Patriarchal Vicar Bishop – currently Varlaam Ploieșteanul
  3. Patriarchal Vicar Bishop – currently Ieronim Sinaitul

Metropolis of Wallachia and Dobrudja

  1. Vicar Bishop of Archdiocese of Bucharest – currently Timotei Prahoveanul
  1. Archbishop of Argeș and Muscel – currently Calinic Argatu
  1. Archbishop of Tomis – currently Teodosie Petrescu
  • Archdiocese of Târgoviște
  1. Archbishop of Târgoviște – currently Nifon Mihaita
  • Archdiocese of Buzău and Vrancea
  1. Archbishop of Buzău and Vrancea – currently Ciprian Spiridon
  • Archdiocese of the Lower Danube
  1. Archbishop of Lower Danube – currently Casian Craciunel
  1. Bishop of Slobozia and Călărași – currently Vincentiu Grifoni
  1. Bishop of Alexandria and Teleorman – currently Galaction Stanga
  1. Bishop of Giurgiu – currently Ambrozie Meleaca
  1. Bishop of Tulcea – currently Visarion Bălțat

Metropolis of Moldavia and Bukovina

  • Archdiocese of Iași
  1. Archbishop of Iași and Metropolitan of Moldova and Bukovina – currently Teofan Savu
  2. Vicar Bishop of Iași – currently Calinic Botoșăneanul
  1. Archbishop of Suceava and Rădăuți – currently Pimen Zainea
  • Archdiocese of Roman and Bacău
  1. Archbishop of Roman and Bacău – currently Ioachim Giosan
  • Diocese of Huși
  1. Bishop of Huși – currently Ignatie Trif

Metropolis of Transylvania

  • Archdiocese of Sibiu
  1. Archbishop of Sibiu and Metropolitan of Transylvania – currently Laurențiu Streza
  2. Vicar Bishop of Archdiocese of Sibiu – currently Ilarion Fagarasanu
  1. Archbishop of Alba Iulia – currently Irineu Pop
  1. Bishop of Covasna and Harghita – currently Andrei Moldovan
  1. Bishop of Deva and Hunedoara – currently Gurie Gorjeanul
  • Diocese of Oradea
  1. Bishop of Oradea – currently Sofronie Drincec

Metropolis of Cluj, Alba, Crișana and Maramureș

  1. Archbishop of Vad, Feleac and Cluj and Metropolitan of Cluj, Alba, Crișana and Maramureș – currently Andrei Andreicut
  2. Vicar Bishop of the Archdiocese of Vad, Feleac and Cluj – currently Benedict Vesa
  • Diocese of Maramureș and Sătmar
  1. Bishop of Maramureș and Sătmar – currently Iustin Hodea
  1. Bishop of Sălaj – currently Petroniu Florea

Metropolis of Oltenia

  • Archdiocese of Craiova
  1. Archbishop of Craiova and Metropolitan of Oltenia – currently Irineu Popa
  1. Archbishop of Râmnic – currently Varsanufie Gogescu
  2. Vicar-Bishop of Râmnic – currently Emilian Lovișteanul
  • Diocese of Severin and Strehaia
  1. Bishop of Severin and Strehaia – currently Nicodim Nicolăescu
  1. Bishop of Slatina – currently Sebastian Pașcanu

Metropolis of Banat

  • Archdiocese of Timișoara
  1. Archbishop of Timișoara and Metropolitan of Banat – currently Ioan Selejan
  2. Vicar Bishop of the Archdiocese Timișoara – currently Paisie Lugojanul
  1. Archbishop of Arad – currently Timotei Seviciu
  1. Bishop of Caransebeș – currently Lucian Mic

Metropolis of Bessarabia

  • Archdiocese of Chișinău
  1. Archbishop of Chișinău and Metropolitan of Bessarabia – currently Petru Păduraru
  2. Bishop of Balti Antonie de Balti

Bishop of Bessarabia de Sud Veniamin Goreanu

Diaspora

Diocese of Gyula

  1. Bishop of Gyula – currently Siluan Mănuilă

Romanian Orthodox Metropolis of Western and Southern Europe

  1. Metropolitan of Western and Southern Europe – currently Iosif Pop
  2. Vicar Bishop of the Eastern Orthodox Romanian Metropolis of Western and Southern Europe – currently Marc Nemțeanul Alric
  1. Bishop of Italy – currently Siluan Span
  • Diocese of Spain and Portugal
  1. Bishop of Spain and Portugal – currently Timotei Lauran
  2. Vicar Bishop of the Diocese of Spain and Portugal – currently Ignatie Mureșanul

Metropolis of Germany and Central Europe

  1. Metropolitan of Germany and Central Europe – currently Serafim Joanta
  2. Vicar Bishop of Germany and Central Europe – currently Sofian Brașoveanul Pătrunjel
  • Diocese of North Europe
  1. Bishop of North Europe – currently Macarie Drăgoi

Romanian Orthodox Metropolis of the Americas

  • Romanian Orthodox Archdiocese of the United States of America
  1. Archbishop of the United States of America and Metropolitan of the Americas – currently Nicolae Condrea
  1. Bishop of Canada – currently Ioan Casian de Vicina

Diocese of Dacia Felix

  1. Bishop of Dacia Felix – currently Siluan Mănuilă

Romanian Orthodox Diocese of Australia and New Zealand

  1. Bishop of Australia and New Zealand – currently Mihail Filimon

See also

References

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