Ukrainian Catholic Eparchy of Zboriv

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Eparchy of Zboriv

Eparchia Zborovensis Ucrainorum

Українська Греко-Католицька Зборівська Єпархія
Location
Territorysome Raions of Lviv Oblast and Ternopil Oblast
Ecclesiastical province Archeparchy of Lviv
Headquarters Brody, Lviv Oblast, Ukraine
Population
- Catholics

375,000 (in 1999)
Information
Sui iuris church Ukrainian Greek Catholic
Rite Byzantine
EstablishedApril 20, 1993
DissolvedJuly 21, 2000
CathedralUkrainian Catholic Cathedral in Brody
Leadership
Bishop Mykhaylo Koltun, C.Ss.R. (last eparchial bishop).

The Eparchy of Zboriv was an eparchy of the Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church, in the ecclesiastical province of Ukrainian Catholic Archeparchy of Lviv.

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History

Eparchial bishops

The following is a list of the bishops of Zboriv and their terms of service:

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