Definition of Eparch. Meaning of Eparch. Synonyms of Eparch

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Definition of Eparch

Eparch
Eparch Ep"arch, n. [Gr. ?; over + ? chief, ? supreme power, dominion.] In ancient Greece, the governor or perfect of a province; in modern Greece, the ruler of an eparchy.

Meaning of Eparch from wikipedia

- governed by a bishop of one of the Eastern churches, who holds the title of eparch. It is part of a metropolis. Each eparchy is divided into parishes in the...
- apostolic Apostolic exarch Apostolic prefect ****istant at the Pontifical Throne Eparch Metropolitan Patriarch Catholicos Bishop Archbishop Bishop emeritus Diocesan...
- Lebanon) is a Maronite Catholic bishop, or eparch, in the United States. He has served as the third eparch of the Eparchy of Our Lady of Lebanon of Los...
- on of hands in the sacrament of holy orders. Diocesan bishops—known as eparchs in the Eastern Catholic Churches—are ****igned to govern local regions within...
- Prefect or Eparch (Gr****: Τὸ ἐπαρχικὸν βιβλίον, romanized: To eparchikon biblion) is a Byzantine commercial manual or guide addressed to the eparch of Constantinople...
- Constantinople was also granted an urban prefect, commonly called in English the Eparch from his Gr**** title (ὁ ἔπαρχος τῆς πόλεως, ho eparchos tēs poleōs). The...
- with the title Eparchy of Newton, and Archbishop Tawil became the first Eparch. While the descendants of the earlier waves of Melkite immigrants to the...
- Senyshyn, O.S.B.M. (1942–1956), appointed Eparch of Stamford Joseph Michael Schmondiuk (1956–1961), appointed Eparch of Stamford John Stock (1971–1972) Basil...
- Macroni of Thoni Senuthius of Buasti Simeon of Thou Ptolemaeus, son of the Eparch, and Thomas of Tanphot. Abadir and Iraja had a church dedicated to them...
- dioceses and 18 Eastern Catholic eparchies (led by diocesan bishops or eparchs), the Archdiocese for the Military Services, USA, and the Personal Ordinariate...