Ukrainian Catholic Archeparchy of Kiev

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Archeparchy of Kiev
Archieparchia Kioviensis–Haliciensis
Київська архієпархія
Country  Ukraine
Territory Ukraine
Headquarters Kiev, Ukraine
Area 178,270 km2 (68,830 sq mi)
- Total

Sui iuris church Ukrainian Greek Catholic
Rite Byzantine Rite
Cathedral Patriarchal Cathedral of the Resurrection of Christ
Current leadership
Pope Francis
Major Archbishop Sviatoslav Shevchuk
Metropolitan Archbishop Sviatoslav Shevchuk Archbishop of the Ukrainian Catholic Archeparchy of Kiev
Auxiliary Bishops Josyf Milyan Auxiliary Bishop of the Ukrainian Greek-Catholic Archeparchy of Kiev
Map of Greek Catholic Archeparchy of Kyiv.svg

The Ukrainian Catholic Archeparchy of Kiev is the Ukrainian Greek Catholic metropolitan see for Ukraine, and includes the suffragan archeparchy of Lviv and suffragan eparchies of Buchach, Ivano-Frankivsk, Kolomyia – Chernivtsi, Sambir – Drohobych, Sokal – Zhovkva, Stryi and Ternopil – Zboriv. It is currently led by Major Archbishop Sviatoslav Shevchuk, with auxiliary bishop Bohdan Dzyurakh, C.SS.R. and auxiliary bishop Josyf Milyan. The official web-site of Kiev Archeparchy is The Kiev Archeparchy has founded the newspaper "Sobor".

See also

External links

  • official site of Kiev Archeparcy in Ukrainian
  • information on the eparchy

Coordinates: 50°27′00″N 30°30′00″E / 50.4500°N 30.5000°E / 50.4500; 30.5000

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