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Ukrainian Catholic Eparchy of Saint Josaphat in Parma

Ukrainian Catholic Eparchy of Saint Josaphat in Parma is a diocese of the Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church in the United States, with its seat in Parma, Ohio. It was established in 1983 by Pope John Paul II. The first bishop was Robert M. Moskal. The current eparch is Bishop Bohdan Danylo, who was named eparch (bishop) by Pope Francis in 2014. The eparchy encompasses parishes in:

Eparchy of Ukrainian Greek Catholic Eparchy of Saint Josaphat in Parma
Eparchia Sancti Iosaphat Parmensis
Location
TerritoryOhio, Western Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Kentucky, Tennessee, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, Florida, North Carolina and South Carolina
Ecclesiastical provinceUkrainian Catholic Metropolia of Philadelphia
HeadquartersParma, Ohio, United States
Population
- Catholics

11,058
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Sui iuris churchUkrainian Greek Catholic
RiteByzantine
EstablishedDecember 5, 1983
CathedralSt. Josaphat's Ukrainian Catholic Cathedral
Current leadership
PopeFrancis
Major ArchbishopSviatoslav Shevchuk
BishopBohdan Danylo
Metropolitan ArchbishopStefan Soroka
Website
Ukrainian Catholic Eparchy of Parma
Map of the Eparchy of Parma

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Metropolia of Philadelphia for the UkrainiansEdit

The eparchy is one of three suffragan eparchies of the Ukrainian Catholic Metropolia of Philadelphia, which also includes the Ukrainian Catholic Archeparchy of Philadelphia, the Ukrainian Catholic Eparchy of Saint Nicholas of Chicago, and the Ukrainian Catholic Eparchy of Stamford.

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Coordinates: 41°24′25″N 81°42′46″W / 41.40685°N 81.71266°W / 41.40685; -81.71266