Romanian Catholic Eparchy of Cluj-Gherla

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The Romanian Greek Catholic Eparchy of Cluj-Gherla is an eparchy of the Byzantine Rite of the Romanian Greek Catholic Church. It is a suffragan of the Romanian Greek Catholic Major Archeparchy of Făgăraș and Alba Iulia.[1]

Eparchy of Cluj-Gherla

Eparchia Claudiopolitano-Armenopolitana; Szamo-Uiavariensis Romenorum

Eparhia de Cluj-Gherla
Location
Country  Romania
Metropolitan Romanian Greek Catholic Major Archeparchy of Făgăraș and Alba Iulia
Population
 Catholics (including non-members)
(as of 2013)
49,500
Information
Denomination Romanian Greek Catholic Church
Sui iuris church Romanian Greek Catholic Church
Rite Byzantine Rite
Established 19 December 1853
(As Diocese of Gherla, Armenopoli, Szamos-Ujvár )
5 June 1930
(As Diocese of Cluj-Gherla)
Cathedral Transfiguration Cathedral, Cluj-Napoca
Current leadership
Pope Francis
Major Archbishop Lucian Mureșan
Bishop Claudiu-Lucian Pop
Map

Church administrative divisions

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Latin dioceses
Romanian Greek Catholic
Armenian Catholic
Former dioceses
See also

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