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Seert (Chaldean Diocese)
Seert
Seert
was a diocese of the Chaldean Church during the eighteenth, nineteenth and early-twentieth centuries. The diocese was ruined during the First World War.Contents1 Early Chaldean and Nestorian bishops of Seert 2 The Chaldean bishops of Seert 3 Population statistics 4 References4.1 Citations 4.2 BibliographyEarly Chaldean and Nestorian bishops of Seert[edit] There is no evidence for an East Syrian bishop or metropolitan of Seert
Seert
before the schism of 1551. From just before the end of the fifteenth century Seert
Seert
seems to have been under the jurisdiction of the metropolitan Eliya of Nisibis, who was styled 'metropolitan of Nisibis, Mardin, Amid, Hesna d'Kifa and Seert' in a colophon of 1477; 'metropolitan of Nisibis, Armenia, Amid, Hesna d'Kifa and Seert' in 1480; and 'metropolitan of Nisibis, Armenia, Mardin, Amid, Seert
Seert
and Hesna d'Kifa' in 1483
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Jean Maurice Fiey
Jean Maurice Fiey (1914–1995) was a French Dominican Father and prominent Church historian and Syriacist.Contents1 Biography 2 Works2.1 Selected bibliography3 ReferencesBiography[edit] Fiey was born in Armentières
Armentières
on 30 March 1914, he entered the Dominican Order
Dominican Order
at an early age and received his Licentiate in philosophy and theology from the order's schools in France.[1] Fiey became acquainted with Syriac Christian
Syriac Christian
tradition during his residence in Iraq from 1939 to 1973. He was one of the founder of the Mosul Dominican College in 1944 and functioned as its dean until 1959.[1] After the Baathist takeover in 1968, Fiey was viewed suspiciously by the Iraqi government
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Chaldean Catholic Eparchy Of Mar Addai Of Toronto
The Chaldean Catholic Eparchy
Eparchy
of Mar Addai of Toronto
Toronto
is the sole eparchy ( Eastern Catholic
Eastern Catholic
diocese) of the Chaldean Catholic Church ( Syro-Oriental Rite
Syro-Oriental Rite
in ) for all Canada. It depends directly on the Chaldean Catholic Patriarch of Babylon, without being part of any ecclesiastical province. Its cathedral episcopal see is the Cathedral
Cathedral
of the Good Shepherd, in North York, near Toronto, in Ontario. As of 2013, the eparchy serves 18,886 Catholics
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Chaldean Catholic Archeparchy Of Basra
The Chaldean Catholic Archeparchy (or Archdiocese) of Basra
Basra
(or Bassorah) is a non-metropolitan Archeparchy (Eastern Catholic archdiocese) of the Chaldean Catholic Church
Chaldean Catholic Church
(Syro-Oriental Rite, Syriac or Aramaic
Aramaic
language) in southern Irak. It is subject to the Chaldean Catholic Patriarch of Babylon, without suffragan. Its cathedral episcopal see Cathedral
Cathedral
of Our Lady, is in Al Basrah.Contents1 History 2 Episcopal ordinaries2.1 Ancient residential see of Perat-Maishan 2.2 Former titular Archdiocese of Perat-Maishan 2.3 Modern residential see of Basra
Basra
(Bassorah)3 See also 4 References 5 External linksHistory[edit] In 280 AD it was established as Diocese
Diocese
of Perat-Maishan (Perâth Maishân), which was promoted in 410 to Metropolitan Archdiocese of Perat-Maishan
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Chaldean Catholic Archeparchy Of Diyarbakir
The Archeparchy
Archeparchy
of Amida (or Diyarbakır) is the Chaldaean rite Catholic diocese of Turkey, with its archiepiscopal see in Diyarbakır, Turkey.Contents1 History 2 Demographics 3 Episcopal incumbents 4 References 5 External linksHistory[edit] It was first established in 1531 as the Chaldean Diocese
Diocese
of Amid(a), but was left vacant after the Assyrian Genocide
Assyrian Genocide
and lapsed after the death of its archbishop in 1923
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Chaldean Catholic Archeparchy Of Mosul
The Chaldean Catholic
Chaldean Catholic
Archeparchy
Archeparchy
of Mosul
Mosul
(Latin: Archieparchia Mausiliensis Chaldaeorum) is a diocese of the Chaldean Catholic Church, located in the northern Iraqi city of Mosul. Its followers are ethnic Chaldeans and speakers of Aramaic. The diocese comprises the city of Mosul. The territory is subdivided in 12 parishes. The diocese of Mosul
Mosul
was elevated to Archeparchy
Archeparchy
of Mosul
Mosul
on February 14, 1967 by Pope Paul VI. The ordinary was Mar Paulos Faraj Rahho until his death in early 2008. He was succeeded in November 2009 by Archbishop-elect Emil Shimoun Nona, who until his election and ratification had been a professor of anthropology at Babel College and a pastor and vicar general in the eparchy of Alqosh
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Eparchy
Eparchy
Eparchy
is an anglicized Greek word (ἐπαρχία), authentically Latinized as eparchia, which can be loosely translated as the rule or jurisdiction over something, such as a province, prefecture, or territory. It has specific meanings both in politics, history and in the hierarchy of the Eastern Christian churches. In secular use, the word eparchy denotes an administrative district in the Roman / Byzantine Empire, or in modern Greece
Greece
or Cyprus. In ecclesiastical use, an eparchy is a territorial diocese 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 same manner as a diocese of western Christendom
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Chaldean Catholic Eparchy Of Aleppo
The Chaldean Catholic Eparchy
Eparchy
of Aleppo
Aleppo
(also Halab in Arabic, or Beroa as in Antiquity) is the only eparchy (Eastern Catholic diocese) of the Chaldean Catholic Church
Chaldean Catholic Church
(which uses the Syro-Oriental Rite, in Syriac or Aramaic languages) in Syria.Contents1 Territory and statistics 2 History 3 Episcopal ordinaries 4 Sources 5 References 6 External linksTerritory and statistics[edit] The eparchy extends its jurisdiction over the faithful of the Chaldean Catholic Church of Syria. It is directly subject to the Chaldean Catholic Patriarch of Babylon (actually in Baghdad, Iraq), not part of any ecclesiastical province. Its cathedral episcopal see is the St
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Chaldean Catholic Eparchy Of Alquoch
The Eparchy
Eparchy
of Alqosh
Alqosh
is the
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Chaldean Catholic Eparchy Of Aqra
The Chaldean Catholic Eparchy
Eparchy
of Aqra (also spelled Aqrā or Akra) is an Eastern Catholic eparchy (diocese) of the Chaldean Catholic Church (which uses the Syro-Oriental Rite) in northern Iraq. It is a suffragan of the Chaldean Catholic Patriarch of Babylon
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Chaldean Catholic Eparchy Of Beirut
The Chaldean Catholic Eparchy
Eparchy
of Beirut
Beirut
is the sole eparchy (Eastern Catholic diocese) of the
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Chaldean Catholic Eparchy Of Cairo
The Chaldean Catholic Eparchy
Eparchy
of Cairo
Cairo
(French: Le Caire, Latin: Eparchia Cahirensis Chaldaeorum) is an eparchy located in the city of Cairo
Cairo
in Egypt.Contents1 History 2 Special
Special
churches 3 Leadership 4 See also 5 ReferencesHistory[edit]April 23, 1980: Established as Diocese of Cairo Special
Special
churches[edit]Minor Basilicas:Cathedral of Our Lady of Fatima, CairoLeadership[edit]Bishops of Cairo
Cairo
(Chaldean rite) Bishop
Bishop
Youssef Ibrahim Sarraf, February 6, 1984 - December 31, 2009 Bishop
Bishop
Ephrem Bédé, April 23, 1980 - January 18, 1984See also[edit]List of Roman Catholic dioceses in EgyptReferences[edit]GCatholic.org Catholic HierarchyThis Egypt-related article is a stub
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Chaldean Catholic Eparchy Of Saint Peter The Apostle Of San Diego
Chaldean Catholic
Catholic
Eparchy
Eparchy
of Saint Peter the Apostle (Latin: Eparchia Sancti Petri Apostoli urbis Sancti Didaci Chaldaeorum) is one of two eparchies (Eastern catholic dioceses) of the Chaldean Catholic
Catholic
Church sui iuris (Syro-Oriental Rite, Syriac/Arameic language) in the USA. It is exempt, i.e. immediately subject to the Holy See, not part of any ecclesiastical province. Its cathedral episcopal see is St
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Diocese
The word diocese (/ˈdaɪəsɪs, -siːs, -siːz/)[a] is derived from the Greek term διοίκησις meaning "administration". When now used in an ecclesiastical sense, it refers to an administrative territorial entity.[2] In the Western Church, the district is under the supervision of a bishop (who may have assistant bishops to help him or her) and is divided into parishes under the care of priests; but in the Eastern Church, the word denotes the area under the jurisdiction of a patriarch and the bishops under his jurisdiction administer parishes.[2] This structure of church governance is known as episcopal polity. The word diocesan means relating or pertaining to a diocese. It can also be used as a noun meaning the bishop who has the principal supervision of a diocese
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Chaldean Catholic Eparchy Of Saint Thomas The Apostle Of Detroit
The Chaldean Catholic Eparchy of Saint Thomas the Apostle of Detroit (Latin: Eparchia Sancti Thomas Apostoli Detroitensis Chaldaeorum) is the sole eparchy (Eastern Catholic diocese) of the Chaldean Catholic Church sui iuris (Syro-Oriental Rite in Syriac/Aramaic languages) for half of the United States and is exempt, i.e
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Chaldean Catholic Eparchy Of Saint Thomas The Apostle Of Sydney
The Chaldean Catholic Eparchy of Saint Thomas the Apostle is in Sydney, Australia, and is immediately subject to the Holy See. The bishop was formerly Djibrail Kassab, appointed in 2006. His bishopric currently sits as St. Thomas the Apostle Chaldean Catholic Church, Bossley Park, New South Wales. Archbishop Kasab was based in Basrah Iraq before he was posted to Oceania. In 2015, he was succeeded by Amel Shamon Nona. As of 2014, the eparchy contains 35,000 Catholics. Nine priests serve a total of seven parishes. See also[edit]Catholicism portal Australia portalRoman Catholicism in AustraliaReferences[edit]External links[edit]"Eparchy of Saint Thomas the Apostle of Sydney (Chaldean)". Catholic-Hierarchy
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