Church of Bulgaria

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The '''Church of Bulgaria''' is one of the [[autocephaly|autocephalous]] churches of the Orthodox Christian communion whose territory consists of the State of Bulgaria. The church is led by the Patriarch of All Bulgaria.
 
The '''Church of Bulgaria''' is one of the [[autocephaly|autocephalous]] churches of the Orthodox Christian communion whose territory consists of the State of Bulgaria. The church is led by the Patriarch of All Bulgaria.
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== External links ==
 
== External links ==
*[http://www.? The Church of Bulgaria]: official website
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*[http://bulch.tripod.com/boc/mainpage.htm The Church of Bulgaria]: official website
 
*[http://www.cnewa.org/ecc-bodypg.aspx?eccpageID=20&IndexView=toc Eastern Christian Churches: The Orthodox Church of Bulgaria] by Ronald Roberson, a Roman Catholic priest and scholar
 
*[http://www.cnewa.org/ecc-bodypg.aspx?eccpageID=20&IndexView=toc Eastern Christian Churches: The Orthodox Church of Bulgaria] by Ronald Roberson, a Roman Catholic priest and scholar
  

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Church of Bulgaria
Founder(s) ?
Autocephaly/Autonomy declared ?
Autocephaly/Autonomy recognized ? by Constantinople
Current primate Patriarch Maxim
Headquarters Sofia, Bulgaria
Primary territory Bulgaria
Possessions abroad
Liturgical language(s) Greek
Musical tradition Byzantine Chant / Choral
Calendar  ?
Population estimate  ?
Official website Church of Bulgaria

The Church of Bulgaria is one of the autocephalous churches of the Orthodox Christian communion whose territory consists of the State of Bulgaria. The church is led by the Patriarch of All Bulgaria.

The primate of the Church of Bulgaria has been Maxim, Metropolitan of Sofia, Patriarch of All Bulgaria since 1971.

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