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The Patriarch of All Romania (Romanian: Patriarh al Întregii Românii; Romanian pronunciation: [patriˈarh al ɨnˈtred͡ʒij romɨˈnij]) is the title of the head of the Romanian Orthodox Church. The Patriarch is officially styled as Archbishop of Bucharest, Metropolitan of Muntenia and Dobrogea, Locum tenens of the throne of Caesarea Cappadociae and Patriarch of the Romanian Orthodox Church. Patriarch Daniel acceded to this position on 12 September 2007.

Patriarch of Romania
Bishopric
orthodox
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Coat of Arms of the Romanian Orthodox Church
Incumbent:
Patriarch Daniel
since 12 September 2007
StyleHis Beatitude
Location
ResidencePatriarchal Palace, Dealul Mitropoliei, Bucharest
Information
First holderMiron
Established4 February 1925
Website
patriarhia.ro

Metropolitans of All RomaniaEdit

No. Primate Portrait Reign Notes
1 Nifon   1850–1875
2 Calinic   1875–1886
3 Iosif   1886–1893 First tenure.
4 Ghenadie   1893–1896
Iosif   1896–1909 Second tenure.
5 Atanasie   1909–1911
6 Conon   1912–1919
7 Miron   1919–1925 Elevated to Patriarch.

Patriarchs of All RomaniaEdit

No. Primate Portrait Reign Notes
1 Miron   4 February 1925 6 March 1939 Served as Prime Minister of Romania from 11 February 1938 to 6 March 1939.
2 Nicodim   5 July 1939 27 February 1948
3 Justinian   6 June 1948 26 March 1977
4 Iustin   19 June 1977 31 July 1986
5 Teoctist   16 November 1986 30 July 2007 Briefly resigned from 18 January 1990 to 5 April 1990, in the aftermath of the Romanian Revolution.
6 Daniel   12 September 2007 Incumbent

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