Montenegrin Orthodox Church

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The Holy Synod divided Montenegro in five eparchies :
 
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* Eparphy of Cetinjska
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* Eparphy of Dukljanska
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* Eparchy of Dukljanska
* Eparphy of Primorska
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* Eparchy of Primorska
* Eparphy of Ostroška
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* Eparchy of Ostroška
* Eparphy of Beranska
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== Relations with the Serbian Metropolitanate of Montenegro and the Littoral ==
 
== Relations with the Serbian Metropolitanate of Montenegro and the Littoral ==

Revision as of 11:31, March 31, 2007

The Montenegrin Orthodox Church (in Montenegrin / Serbian: Crnogorska Pravoslavna Crkva) is a jurisdiction in Montenegro which declares itself to be autocephalous. It separated from the Church of Serbia. Its self-proclaimed autocephaly is not officially recognized by other Orthodox churches.

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Organization

On January 11, 2007, MOC reconsituted its Holy Synod and proclaimed its first decree in which it reconfirms its autocephalous status. The Holy Synod is constituted by archpriests of MOC, led by Metropolitan Mihailo.

The Holy Synod divided Montenegro in five eparchies :

  • Eparchy of Cetinjska
  • Eparchy of Dukljanska
  • Eparchy of Primorska
  • Eparchy of Ostroška
  • Eparchy of Beranska

Relations with the Serbian Metropolitanate of Montenegro and the Littoral

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