Church of Constantinople structure

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*The [[Archdiocese of Crete|Archdiocese of Crete]] ''(semi-autonomous)''
 
*The [[Archdiocese of Crete|Archdiocese of Crete]] ''(semi-autonomous)''
**[[Metropolis of Gortyna and Arcady|Metropolis of Gortyna and Arkadia]]
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**[[Metropolis of Gortyna and Arcadia|Metropolis of Gortyna and Arcadia]]
 
**Metropolis of Rethymna and Avlopotamos
 
**Metropolis of Rethymna and Avlopotamos
 
**Metropolis of Kydonia and Apokoronos
 
**Metropolis of Kydonia and Apokoronos

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Main article: Church of Constantinople

The Church of Constantinople is headed by the Patriarch of Constantinople and is split into a number of Metropolitanates as listed below.



Sacred Metropolitanates outside of Turkey:

  • The Archdiocese of Crete (semi-autonomous)
    • Metropolis of Gortyna and Arcadia
    • Metropolis of Rethymna and Avlopotamos
    • Metropolis of Kydonia and Apokoronos
    • Metropolis of Lampi, Syvritos and Sfakia
    • Metropolis of Ierapytna and Siteia
    • Metropolis of Petra and Herronisos
    • Metropolis of Kisamos and Selinos
    • Metropolis of Arkalohorion, Kastelio and Vianno

Patriarchal and Stavropegial Monasteries outside of Turkey:

  • United States of America:
    • The Monastery of the Entry of the Virgin Mary in Alabama, USA
    • The Monastery of St. Irene the Chrysovalantou, New York, USA

Notes

  • There are 36 Metropolitanates of the "New Lands" of Northern Greece and some of the Aegean Islands which also fall under the spiritual and canonical jurisdiction of the Ecumenical Patriarchate; however, their administration has been entrusted to the Church of Greece on behalf of the Ecumenical Patriarchate since 1928.
  • There are also two autonomous churches whose primates are confirmed by Constantinople, but which are not hierarchically or administratively part of the patriarchate, the Church of Finland, and the Church of Estonia.
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