Romanian Orthodox Episcopate of Australia and New Zealand

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name=Romanian Orthodox Episcopate of Australia and New Zealand|
 
jurisdiction=[[Church of Romania|Romania]]|
 
jurisdiction=[[Church of Romania|Romania]]|
 
type=Diocese|
 
type=Diocese|
 
founded=2008|
 
founded=2008|
bishop=Bp.-elect [[Mihail (Filimon)|Mihail]]|
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bishop=[[Michael (Filimon)|Mihail]]|
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see=Melbourne, Vic., Aust.|
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territory=Australia, New Zealand|
 
territory=Australia, New Zealand|
 
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calendar=[[Revised Julian Calendar|Revised Julian]]|
 
calendar=[[Revised Julian Calendar|Revised Julian]]|
 
population=''unknown''|
 
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The '''Romanian Orthodox Episcopate of Australia and New Zealand''' is a [[diocese]] of the [[Church of Romania]].  Bishop [[Michael (Filimon)]] is the inaugural ruling [[bishop]] for the diocese, and was enthroned on [[June 29]] 2008.
The '''Romanian Orthodox Diocese of Australia and New Zealand''' is a [[diocese]] of the [[Church of Romania]].  Archimandrite [[Mihail (Filimon)|Mihail]] has been elected as the inaugral ruling bishop for the Diocese.
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==History==
 
==History==
The first Romanian Orthodox parish in Australasia was founded in 1972, but it was not until much later that there was any organisation of the parishes, with each parish directly responsible to a member of the Holy Synod that was responsible for Romanian Orthodox in the diaspora.
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The first Romanian Orthodox [[parish]] in Australasia was founded in 1972, but it was not until much later that there was any organisation of the parishes, with each parish directly responsible to a member of the Holy [[Synod]] that was responsible for Romanian Orthodox in the diaspora.
  
In 2006, Fr Dumitru Coman, a parish priest in Melbourne, was made the Vicar of the Romanian Orthodox Vicariate of Australia and New Zealand, and in 2008, the Diocese of Australia and New Zealand was founded with the 5 March election of Archimandrite Mihail (Filimon) as the first ruling bishop.
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In 2006, Fr Dumitru Coman, a parish priest in Melbourne, was made the [[Vicar]] of the Romanian Orthodox Vicariate of Australia and New Zealand, and in 2008, the Diocese of Australia and New Zealand was founded with the election on [[March 5]] of [[Archimandrite]] Mihail (Filimon) as the first ruling bishop.
  
 
==Organisation==
 
==Organisation==
The Romanian Orthodox Diocese of Australia and New Zealand is a single diocese with ten churches - two each in Melbourne and Sydney, and one each in Adelaide, Brisbane, Perth, Wellington, Auckland and Christchurch.
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The Romanian Orthodox Episcopate of Australia and New Zealand is a single diocese with twelve churches - two each in Melbourne and Sydney, and one each in Adelaide, Brisbane, Bayswater, Geelong, Dandenong, Perth, Wellington, Auckland and Christchurch.
  
 
==Episcopacy==
 
==Episcopacy==
*Archimandrite Mihail (Filimon), Bishop-elect of Australia and New Zealand, Mar 2008-present.
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*Mihail (Filimon), Bishop of Australia and New Zealand, Mar 2008-present.
  
== See also ==
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==See also==
* [[:Template:Parishes of Australasia and Oceania]]
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* [[Church of Romania]]
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*[[:Template:Parishes of Australasia and Oceania]]
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*[[Church of Romania]]
  
== External links ==
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==External links==
* [http://www.patriarhia.ro/ Official Website of the Patriarchate of Romania]
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*[http://www.roeanz.com.au/ Official Website of the Romanian Orthodox Episcopate of Australia and New Zealand]
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*[http://www.patriarhia.ro/ Official Website of the Patriarchate of Romania]
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*[http://www.financiarul.ro/2008/06/26/enthronement-of-right-rev-mihail-the-first-bishop-of-the-romanian-orthodox-episcopate-of-australia-and-new-zealand/ Enthronement of Right Rev. Mihail, the first Bishop of the Romanian Orthodox Episcopate of Australia and New Zealand]
  
 
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[[Category:Orthodoxy in Australia]]
 
[[Category:Orthodoxy in Australia]]
 
[[Category:Orthodoxy in New Zealand]]
 
[[Category:Orthodoxy in New Zealand]]
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[[Category:Romanian Dioceses]]

Latest revision as of 17:44, June 12, 2011

Romanian Orthodox Episcopate of Australia and New Zealand
Jurisdiction Romania
Diocese type Diocese
Founded 2008
Current bishop Mihail
See(s) Melbourne, Vic., Aust.
Headquarters Melbourne, Vic., Aust.
Territory Australia, New Zealand
Liturgical language(s) Romanian
Musical tradition Byzantine Chant
Calendar Revised Julian
Population estimate unknown
Official website Official website

The Romanian Orthodox Episcopate of Australia and New Zealand is a diocese of the Church of Romania. Bishop Michael (Filimon) is the inaugural ruling bishop for the diocese, and was enthroned on June 29 2008.

Contents

History

The first Romanian Orthodox parish in Australasia was founded in 1972, but it was not until much later that there was any organisation of the parishes, with each parish directly responsible to a member of the Holy Synod that was responsible for Romanian Orthodox in the diaspora.

In 2006, Fr Dumitru Coman, a parish priest in Melbourne, was made the Vicar of the Romanian Orthodox Vicariate of Australia and New Zealand, and in 2008, the Diocese of Australia and New Zealand was founded with the election on March 5 of Archimandrite Mihail (Filimon) as the first ruling bishop.

Organisation

The Romanian Orthodox Episcopate of Australia and New Zealand is a single diocese with twelve churches - two each in Melbourne and Sydney, and one each in Adelaide, Brisbane, Bayswater, Geelong, Dandenong, Perth, Wellington, Auckland and Christchurch.

Episcopacy

  • Mihail (Filimon), Bishop of Australia and New Zealand, Mar 2008-present.

See also

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