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Metropolis of Muntenia and Dobrudja

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Romanian Patriarchal Cathedral in Bucharest is also the seat of Metropolis of Muntenia and Dobrudja
Romanian Patriarchal Cathedral in Bucharest is also the seat of Metropolis of Muntenia and Dobrudja

The Metropolis of Wallachia and Dobrudja, headquartered in Bucharest, Romania, is a metropolis of the Romanian Orthodox Church.

History

The Metropolis of Ungro-Wallachia was created, in 1359, by Callistus I, the Ecumenical Patriarch of Constantinople as the most senior church office of the Patriarchate of Constantinople, covering the territory of Wallachia.

In 1872, the Metropolis of Ungro-Wallachia united with the Metropolis of Moldavia to form the Romanian Orthodox Church. The Metropolis of Ungro-Wallachia, who received the title of Primate Metropolitan in 1865, became the head of the General Synod of the Romanian Orthodox Church. In 1990, it became Metropolis of Muntenia and Dobrudja.

List of Metropolitans

  • Maxim (1508–1512)
  • Macarie II (1512–1521)
  • Ilarion II (1521–1523)
    • vacancy (1523–1525)
  • Teodor II (1525–1533)
  • Mitrofan I (1533–1535)
  • Varlaam I (1535–1544)
  • Anania (1544–1558)
  • Efrem (1558–1566)
  • Danil I (1566)
    • vacancy (1566–1568)
  • Eftimie I (1568–1576)
  • Serafim (1576–1586)
  • Mihail I (1586–1590)
  • Nichifore (1590)
  • Mihail II (1590–1594)
  • Eftimie II (1594–1602)
  • Luca (1602–1629)
  • Grigore I (1629–1636)
  • Teofil (1636–1648)
  • Stefan (1648–1653)
  • Ignaţiu I (1653–1662)
  • Stefan I (1662–1668), restored
  • Teodosie (1668–1672)
  • Dionisie (1672)
  • Varlaam II (1672–1679)
    • Teodosie (1679–1708), restored
  • Antim (1708–1716)
  • Mitrofan II (1716–1719)
  • Danil II (1719–1731)
  • Ştefan II (1731–1738)
  • Neofit I (1738–1753)
  • Filaret I (1753–1760)
  • Grigorie II (1760–1787)
  • Cosma (1787–1792)
  • Filaret II (1792–1793)
  • Dositei (1793–1810)
  • Ignaţiu II (1810–1812)
  • Nectarie (1812–1819)
    • vacancy (1819–1821)
  • Dionisie II (1821–1823)
  • Grigorie III (1823–1834)
    • vacancy (1834–1840)
  • Neofit II (1840–1849)
As Metropolitans of All Romania
  • Nifon (1850–1875)
  • Calinic (1875–1886)
  • Iosif (1886–1893)
  • Ghenadie (1893–1896)
    • Iosif (1896–1909), restored
  • Atanasie (1909–1911)
  • Conon (1912–1919)
  • Miron (1919–1925)
As Patriarchs of All Romania

See also

References

External links

This page was last edited on 22 January 2019, at 21:56
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