Diocese of Eastern American and New York (ROCOR)

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* [[Jerome (Shaw) of Manhattan|Jerome (Shaw)]] (December 10, 2008 - July 10, 2013)
 
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* [[Constantine (Essensky) of Richmond|Constantine (Essensky)]] (1978-1981)
 
* [[Mitrophan (Znosko-Borovsky) of Boston|Mitrophan (Znosko-Borovsky)]] (November 24, 1992 - February 15, 2002)
 
* [[Mitrophan (Znosko-Borovsky) of Boston|Mitrophan (Znosko-Borovsky)]] (November 24, 1992 - February 15, 2002)
 
* [[Michael (Donskoff) of Geneva|Michael (Donskoff)]] (2002 - May 21, 2006)
 
* [[Michael (Donskoff) of Geneva|Michael (Donskoff)]] (2002 - May 21, 2006)

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Diocese of Eastern American and New York is a diocese of the Russian Orthodox Church Outside of Russia that is the see of its First Hierarch. it was established in 1985 during the term of Metropolitan Philaret (Voznesensky) as First Hierarch.

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Bishops of Eastern America and New York

Ruling Bishops

  • Apollinary (Koshevoy), Archbishop of North America and Canada (1929 - June 19, 1933)
  • Vitaly (Maximemnko), Archbishop of North America and Canada/Archbishop of Eastern America and Jersey City (1959 - March 21, 1960)
  • Nikon (Rklitsky), Archbishop of Washington (1960 - September 4, 1976)

Metropolitans of Eastern America and New York

Vicars

  • Laurus (Škurla), Archbishop of Syracuse and Holy Trinity (July 18, 1976 - October 25, 2001)
  • Averky (Taushev), Archbishop of Syracuse and Holy Trinity (May 25, 1953 - April 13, 1976)

Bishop of Mayfield

Bishop of Erie

Bishops of Manhattan

Bishops of Boston

Archbishop of Rockland

Bishop/Archbishop of Washington

Bishop/Archbishop of Florida

Bishop of Detroit

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