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  Eparchy of Krizevci
The Eparchy of Križevci is the eparchy comprising the Croatian Byzantine Catholic Church, a Catholic Church sui iuris http://www.pope.hr/katolicka_crkva_u_hrvatskoj_metropolija_zagrebacka_kz.html of the Byzantine Eastern Rite.
http://www.hbk.hr/katcrkva/eng/opce/kchrvat.html The arrival of Christian refugees from the Turkish invasions of the 16th and 17th centuries is related to the establishment of the Križevci eparchy, erected in 1777.
The eparchy of Križevci is currently headed by Bishop Slavomir Miklovš, a Ruthene (born 1934, appointed 1983).
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 tScholars.com | Eparchy of Križevci   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
The Eparchy of Križevci is the eparchy comprising the Croatian Greek Catholic Church, a Catholic Church sui iuris [1] of the Byzantine Rite.
The Križevci eparchy was finally erected in 1777 after a long bout with the Serb Orthodox clergy.
The Eparchy of Križevci was expanded after World War I to include all Byzantine Catholics in the former Yugoslavia.
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 Eparchy of Krizevci
The Eparchy of Križevci is the eparchy comprising the Croatian Byzantine Catholic Church, a Catholic Church sui iuris [1] of the Byzantine Eastern Rite.
The Križevci eparchy was finally erected in 1777 after a long bout with the Serbian Orthodox clergy.
[1] Križevci is one of the four Eastern European eparchies that are the roots of the Eastern-rite Catholic Churches in the United States.
www.xasa.com /wiki/en/wikipedia/e/ep/eparchy_of_krizevci.html   (652 words)

  
 The Rusyns - Rusyn
Of the approximately 5,000 faithful in the new eparchy, about four-fifths were zumbercany (Croats) living in the Slavonia region of Croatia, the remainder were Rusyns, who since 1745 had begun settling in the *Bachka from where some moved to the neighboring eastern Slavonia and Srem regions.
But when Yugoslavia was dismantled in 1941 the Krizevci Eparchy was limited to the territory of the Croatian state while the Vojvodina west of the Danube River (by then again ruled by Hungary) was detached and formed into a separate *Bachka/Backa Apostolic Administration headed by the Roman Catholic archbishopric of Kalocsa.
With the restoration of Yugoslavia in 1945 the unity of the Krizevci Eparchy was restored to cover all the republics of the federal state.
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 Free Srpska - Zagreb - Ljubljana eparchy
Unique monuments of Serbian religious architecture dating back to the end of 17th and the beginning of the 18th century - log cabin churches in Donja Resanica built in 1709, and Rastovac in 1730, were set alight by the Croatian nationalists of which even the foundations are no longer recognizable.
The eparchy building together with the museum was blown up with mines on the 11th April 1992.
Tens of kilos of explosives had torn through the religious-cultural and other historic articles that attested to the spiritual cultural and artistic creative entity of Serbs on the territory of the old Marcha eparchy established in 16th century.
www.slobodnasrpska.org /en/index.php?option=content&task=view&id=110&Itemid=47   (2154 words)

  
 wikien.info: Main_Page : E/EP/EPA   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
The Eparchy of upper Karlovac (Serbian: Епархија горњокарловачка or Eparhija gornjokarlovačka) is an eparchy of the Serbian Orthodox Church seated in the city of Karlovac, Croatia.
The Byzantine Catholic Eparchy of Van Nuys is an eparchy of the Byzantine Catholic Metropolitan Church of Pittsburgh, a sui juris Eastern Rite particular church of the Catholic Church.
The Eparchy of Zahumlje and Herzegovina (Serbian Cyrillic: Епархија захумско-херцеговачка) is a bishopric of the Serb Orthodox Church with its seat in Mostar, temporarly transferred to the Tvrdoš monastery near Trebinje, Republika Srpska,Bosnia-Herzegovina.
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 Eastern Rite | Topic Definition | Find the Meaning and Define the Answer of Eastern Rite   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
All Roman Catholics are subject to the bishop of the eparchy or diocese to which they belong.
The Eastern Catholic Churches are in full communion of faith and of acceptance of authority with the see of Rome, but retain their distinctive liturgical rites, laws and customs, and traditional devotions.
Terminology may vary: for instance, "diocese" and "eparchy", "vicar general" and "protosyncellus", "Confirmation" and "Chrismation" are respectively Western and Eastern terms for the same realities.
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 NationMaster - Encyclopedia: Eparchy of Krizevci   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
The Eparchy of Križevci is the eparchy comprising the Croatian Byzantine Catholic Church, a Catholic Church sui iuris [1]
In 1646 some Byzantine priests from the Mukacevo eparchy and several other locations returned to full communion with the Bishop of Rome.
[8] (http://www.stjeromecroatian.org/eng/custody.html) Križevci is one of the four Eastern European eparchies that are the roots of the Eastern-rite Catholic Churches in the United States.
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 Seminar
The great eparchy of the time of Bishop Andrii (Bachynskyi), the religious enlightener [according to the census of 1806, it included 63.8% Ruthenians, 20.89% Romanians, 6.23% Hungarians, 0.95% Slovaks, and a large group of bilingual population (7.91%)], was divided according to ethnic and geographic principle in the age of nationalism.
From 1771 to 1937, the Mukachiv Union Eparchy was in canonical union with the Latin dioceses in the metropolitan’s jurisdiction of the archbishop of Esztergom, primate of the Catholic Church in Hungary.
Pastors for the eparchy are trained at the Blessed Teodor Romzha Theological Academy, which renewed its activity in Mukachiv under the headship of Bishop-rector Yosyf (Holovach) and then, since 1 February 2003, under the headship of the protosyncellus of the eparchy Fr.
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 Serb Orthodox Church | Topic Definition | Find the Meaning and Define the Answer of Serb Orthodox Church   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
Following the arrival of the Ottomans and mass migrations of Serbs to lands under the Catholic Hapsburgs of Austria, a portion of the Eastern Orthodox Serbs were uniatized under pressure, that is converted to Roman Catholicism while maintaining the Eastern Rite.
The eparchy of Dalmatia also had its see temporarily moved to Knin after Republic of Serbian Krajina was established.
The eparchies of Bihać-Petrovac and of Dabar-Bosnia were also dislocated due to the war in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
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 Reference.com/Encyclopedia/Eparchy of Križevci
The Eparchy of Križevci is the eparchy comprising the Croatian Greek Catholic Church, a Catholic Church sui iuris of the Byzantine Rite.
Križevci is one of the four Eastern European eparchies that are the roots of the Eastern-rite Catholic Churches in the United States.
The eparchy of Križevci is currently headed by Bishop Slavomir Miklovš, a Ruthene (born 1934, appointed 1983).
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 The Ruthenian Catholic Church
In addition, the East Coast was given their own Eparchy, Passaic, NJ, with Bishop Stephen J. Kocisko as first Eparch, and with the church of Saint Michael the Archangel designated as the Cathedral.
In 1968, Bishop Stephen Kocisko was transferred to the Eparchy of Pittsburgh, and subsequently Bishop Michael Dudick was consecrated and enthroned as the second Eparch of Passaic.
He shepherded the eparchy from his seat at Holy Protection of the Mother of God Cathedral in Van Nuys until he was chosen, in 1991, to be Metropolitan of Pittsburgh, succeeding the ailing former shepherd, Archbishop Stephen J. Kocisko.
www.eparchyofpassaic.com /history.htm   (1292 words)

  
 Serb Orthodox Church
Following the arrival of the Ottomans and mass migrations of Serbs to lands under the Catholic Hapsburgs of Austria, a portion of the Eastern Orthodox Serbs were uniatized under pressure, that is converted to Roman Catholicism while maintaining the Eastern Rite.
The descendants of some these Serbs, living mostly in Žumberak are under a separate jurisdiction, the Eparchy of Krizevci.
The Serb Orthodox Church includes eparchies of Orthodox believers in Serbia and Montenegro, Republika Srpska (Bosnia-Herzegovina), Croatia, Slovenia, Italy, Hungary.
www.xasa.biz /wiki/en/wikipedia/s/se/serb_orthodox_church.html   (999 words)

  
 Catholicism
The Greek-Melkite Catholic Christians are organized under the bishop of the Eparchy of Saint-Sauveur de Montréal (created in 1984) and number approximately 43 000 adherents across Canada.
Slovak Catholics received their own diocese in 1980, when Pope John Paul II created the Eparchy of Saints Cyril and Methodius of Toronto, originally under the care of Bishop Michael Rusnak.
The head of the Synod of Ukrainian Catholic Bishops is located in Winnipeg and he oversees the Canadian metropolitan province, consisting of 5 dioceses (eparchies): the metropolitan see of Winnipeg, and the eparchies of Edmonton, Toronto, Saskatoon and New Westminster.
www.thecanadianencyclopedia.com /index.cfm?PgNm=TCE&Params=A1SEC817976   (1022 words)

  
 Bishop Borecky, first Ukrainian Catholic eparch of Toronto and Eastern Canada, dies at age 91 (08/03/03)
On July 17, 1938, Bishop Dionysius Nyaradi of Krizevci (adjutor for the Byzantine rite), ordained Deacon Isidore to the priesthood in the Bavarian capital's St. Michael the Archangel Church.
Backed by a majority of the Toronto eparchy's clergy and laity, Bishop Borecky resisted, even as the Rev. Danylak was consecrated as titular bishop of Nyssa in March 1994.
Satisfied that the rifts in the eparchy were at least partially healed but primarily that his authority and, by extension, that of the Ukrainian Catholic Synod of Bishops, were intact, Bishop Borecky officially retired, at 86, on June 16, 1998, paving the way for the succession to his post by Bishop Cornelius Pasichny.
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The growth of these western missions and churches was acknowledged by Pope John Paul II through the erection of a fourth jurisdiction for Byzantine Catholics: the Eparchy of Van Nuys, California with the selection of Bishop Thomas V. Dolinay (then Auxiliary Eparch of Passaic) as its first eparch.
Dolinay shephered the eparchy from his seat at Holy Protection of the Mother of God Cathedral in Van Nuys until he was chosen, in 1991, to be Metropolitan of Pittsburgh, succeeding the ailing former shepherd, Archbishop Stephen J. Kocisko.
The Eparchy of Parma (Ohio) is comprised of some 37 parishes most of which are in Ohio.
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 Definition of Eparchy of Krizevci   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
The Eparchy of Križevci is the eparchy comprising the Croatian Byzantine Catholic Church, a Catholic Church sui iuris [1] (http://www.pope.hr/katolicka_crkva_u_hrvatskoj_metropolija_zagrebacka_kz.html) of the Byzantine Eastern Rite.
The Križevci eparchy was finally erected in 1777 after a long bout with the Serb Orthodox clergy.
The eparchy of Križevci is currently headed by Bishop Slavomir Miklovš, a Ruthene (born 1934, appointed 1983).
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 The Ruthenian Catholic Church   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
In addition, the East Coast was given their own Eparchy, Passaic, NJ, with Bishop Stephen J. Kocisko as first Eparch, and with the church of Saint Michael the Archangel designated as the Cathedral.
In 1968, Bishop Stephen Kocisko was transferred to the Eparchy of Pittsburgh, and subsequently Bishop Michael Dudick was consecrated and enthroned as the second Eparch of Passaic.
He shepherded the eparchy from his seat at Holy Protection of the Mother of God Cathedral in Van Nuys until he was chosen, in 1991, to be Metropolitan of Pittsburgh, succeeding the ailing former shepherd, Archbishop Stephen J. Kocisko.
www.dreamwater.org /edu/passaic/history.htm   (1302 words)

  
 Eparchy of Krizevci
The Eparchy of Križevci is the Eparchy comprising the Croatian Byzantine Catholic Church, a Catholic Church Sui iuris
Križevci is one of the four Eastern European eparchies that are the roots of the Eastern-rite Catholic Churches in the United States.
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 Eparchy of Krizevci   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
The Eparchy of Kri&382;evci is the eparchy comprising the Croatian Byzantine Catholic Church, a Catholic Church sui iuris http://www.pope.hr/katolicka_crkva_u_hrvatskoj_metropolija_zagrebacka_kz.html of the Byzantine Eastern Rite.
The Eparchy of Kri&382;evci was expanded after World War I to include all Byzantine Catholics in the former Yugoslavia.
http://www.stjeromecroatian.org/eng/custody.html Kri&382;evci is one of the four Eastern European eparchies that are the roots of the Eastern-rite Catholic Churches in the United States.
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 John Paul II  18 April 1996  Apostolic Letter
The facts themselves are well known: on 24 April 1646, in the church of the Castle of Uzhhorod, 63 Byzantine-rite priests of the Eparchy of Mukacheve, led by the Basilian monk Parthenius Petrovyc and in the presence of the Bishop of Eger, George Jakusics, were received into full communion with the See of Peter.
Pope Clement XIV established the Greek-Catholic Eparchy of Mukacheve, the seat of which would be transferred a few years later to nearby Uzhhorod.
Nevertheless, the Eparchy, strengthened at first by the work of Bishop George G. Bizancij, later experienced a remarkable development in the period begun by the great Bishop Andrew Bacynskyj.
www.ewtn.com /library/PAPALDOC/JP2UZHHO.HTM   (2090 words)

  
 Sisters of the Order of St. Basil the Great - Croatia-Krizevci
Bishop Dionizij Njaradi arranged for the placement and schooling of the orphans and continuation of studies for the Sisters.
Basilian Sisters were entrusted with guardianship of the Cathedral and Eparchial complex in Krizevci in 1979.
Sisters serve the Byzantine Catholic Eparchy at the Byzantine Catholic Seminary in Zagreb.
www.basiliansisters.org /locations/loc-crk.htm   (634 words)

  
 The Ultimate Eparchy of Krizevci - American History Information Guide and Reference
The Eparchy of Križevci is the eparchy comprising the Croatian Byzantine Catholic Church, a Catholic Church sui iuris [1] of the Byzantine Eastern Rite.
In 1646 some Byzantine priests from the Mukacevo eparchy and several other locations returned to full communion with the Bishop of Rome.
[8] Križevci is one of the four Eastern European eparchies that are the roots of the Eastern-rite Catholic Churches in the United States.
www.historymania.com /american_history/Eparchy_of_Krizevci   (594 words)

  
 Apostolic Letter of His Holiness Pope John Paul II
Sown in the fertile soil of Mukacheve, it was the mustard seed of the Gospel which grew with time into a tree under the shade of which a vast group of faithful of the Byzantine tradition gathered.
In recent times, unfortunately, the Eparchy has once more been called, in not a few of its members, to walk with Christ the sorrowful path to Calvary in persecution, imprisonment and even the supreme sacrifice of their lives.
This witness, sealed in blood, was borne by the Pastor of the Eparchy himself, Bishop Theodore Romzha, who did not hesitate to ofrer his life for the sheep of his flock (cf.
www.catholic-ew.org.uk /briefing/9605/9605005.htm   (1495 words)

  
 Istria on the Internet - Religion - Organization
The Catholic Church in the territory of the Republic of Croatia presently encompasses fourteen dioceses and archdioceses constituting three Metropolises: Zagreb, Split and Rijeka; the independent archdiocese of Zadar and the Military Ordinariate.
The Zagreb Metropolis consists of the Zagreb Archdiocese, the Pozega Diocese, the Varazdin Diocese, the Djakovo and Srijem Diocese and the Krizevci Greek Catholic Eparchy.
The Split Metropolis consists of the Split-Makarska Archdiocese, the Sibenik Diocese, the Hvar Diocese, the Dubrovnik Diocese and the Kotor Diocese (the last of which is presently outside the borders of the Republic of Croatia).
www.istrianet.org /istria/religion/churches/rijeka-metropolis.htm   (2012 words)

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