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Ukrainian Diocese of

Sokal–Zhovkva

Ukraine Ukraine

Continent: East Europe

Rite: Ukrainian (Byzantine)

Type: Diocese Diocese

Area: 6,991 km²

Population: 307,500 Catholics (63.5% of 484,554 total) (2020)

Statistics: 364 parishes, 247 priests (246 diocesan, 1 religious), 32 lay religious (9 brothers, 23 sisters), 56 seminarians (2020)

Ecclesiastical Province: Lviv

Neighbouring Dioceses: Lviv (↙), Przemyśl–Warszawa (←), Lutsk (↗), Ternopil–Zboriv (↘)

Depends on: Congregation for the Oriental Churches

Website: Link

History


Special Churches

Lviv (↙), Przemyśl–Warszawa (←), Lutsk (↗), Ternopil–Zboriv (↘)

Present Prelates

Bishop (2000.07.21 – ...):Bishop Mychajlo Koltun, C.SS.R. (73)Bishop Mychajlo Koltun, C.SS.R. (73)
Auxiliary Bishop (2018.04.12 – ...):Bishop Petro Loza, C.SS.R. (42)Bishop Petro Loza, C.SS.R. (42)

Titular Bishop of Panium

Ordinaries

Bishops of Sokal–Zhovkva (Ukrainian Rite)

Bishop Mychajlo Koltun, C.SS.R. (73)Bishop Mychajlo Koltun, C.SS.R. (73)Permalink
(2000.07.21 – ...)

Bishop of Sokal–Zhovkva of the Ukrainians (Ukraine)

Born:1949.03.29 (Ukraine)
Ordained Priest:1981.12.13
Consecrated Bishop:1993.09.19

Bishop of Zboriv of the Ukrainians (Ukraine) (1993.04.20 – 1996.11.13)

Titular Bishop of Casæ in Pamphylia (1996.11.13 – 1997.11.07)

Apostolic Administrator of Zboriv of the Ukrainians (Ukraine) (1996.11.13 – 1997.11.07)

Archiepiscopal Exarch of Kyiv–Vyshhorod of the Ukrainians (Ukraine) (1996.11.13 – 1997.11.07)

Bishop of Zboriv of the Ukrainians (Ukraine) (1997.11.07 – 2000.07.21)

Bishop of Sokal–Zhovkva of the Ukrainians (Ukraine) (2000.07.21 – ...)


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