Changes in Ecclesiastical Jurisdictions

in Ukraine

Ukraine
DateAscendingChange
UnknownTitular Archiepiscopal See of Chersona was established
1318Diocese of Caffa was established (became suffragan of Genova)
1321Diocese of Kyiv was established
1321Diocese of Žytomyr was established
1350Diocese of Cembalo was established (became suffragan of Saraj)
1358Diocese of Lviv was established
1361Diocese of Halyč was established
1375.02.13Diocese of Halyč was promoted as Metropolitan Archdiocese of Halyč (with suffragan sees Kamyanets-Podilsky, Lodomeria and Przemyśl and lost territory to establish Diocese of Lodomeria)
1375.02.13Diocese of Kamyanets-Podilsky was established (became suffragan of Halyč)
1375.02.13Diocese of Lodomeria was established (from Diocese of Halyč and became suffragan of Halyč)
1390Diocese of Soldaia was established
1404Diocese of Luceoria was established (from Diocese of Lodomeria)
1414.12.24Metropolitan Archdiocese of Halyč was suppressed (to Metropolitan Archdiocese of Lviv)
1414.12.24Diocese of Lviv was promoted as Metropolitan Archdiocese of Lviv (with suffragan sees Chełm, Kamyanets-Podilsky, Kyiv, Lodomeria, Przemyśl and Siret and gained territory from the suppressed Metropolitan Archdiocese of Halyč)
1425.12.19Diocese of Lodomeria was suppressed (to Diocese of Luck and Włodzimierz)
1425.12.19Diocese of Luceoria was renamed as Diocese of Luck and Włodzimierz (gained territory from the suppressed Diocese of Lodomeria and became suffragan of Lviv)
1475Diocese of Caffa was suppressed
1485Diocese of Cembalo was suppressed
1500Diocese of Soldaia was suppressed
1594.05.02Diocese of Lutsk–Ostroh (Ukrainian Rite) was established
1596Metropolitan Archdiocese of Kyiv–Halyč (Ukrainian Rite) was established
1596Diocese of Luck and Włodzimierz was renamed as Diocese of Luck
1596Diocese of Volodymyr–Brėst (Ukrainian Rite) was established
1630Titular Episcopal See of Cembalo was suppressed
1630.10.24Archdiocese of Lviv (Armenian Rite) was established (without ecclesiastical province)
1636Diocese of Lutsk–Ostroh (Ukrainian Rite) was suppressed
1638Diocese of Kyiv was renamed as Diocese of Kyiv–Černihiv
1689Apostolic Vicariate of Mukacheve (Ruthenian Rite) was established
1700Diocese of Lviv–Kamyanets (Ukrainian Rite) was established
1702Diocese of Lutsk–Ostroh (Ukrainian Rite) was restored
1771.09.19Apostolic Vicariate of Mukacheve (Ruthenian Rite) was promoted as Diocese of Mukacheve (became suffragan of Esztergom)
1795Diocese of Lutsk–Ostroh (Ukrainian Rite) was suppressed
1795Diocese of Volodymyr–Brėst (Ukrainian Rite) was suppressed
1798.08.08Diocese of Kyiv–Černihiv lost territory to Diocese of Lutsk and Zytomierz
1798.08.08Diocese of Luck was renamed as Diocese of Lutsk and Zytomierz (gained territory from Diocese of Chełm–Lublin and Diocese of Kyiv–Černihiv and gained territory from the suppressed Diocese of Žytomyr)
1798.08.08Diocese of Žytomyr was suppressed (to Diocese of Lutsk and Zytomierz)
1798.10.16Diocese of Kyiv–Černihiv was suppressed (to Metropolitan Archdiocese of Mohilev and Diocese of Lutsk and Zytomierz)
1798.11.15Diocese of Volodymyr–Brėst (Ukrainian Rite) was restored
1798.11.18Diocese of Lutsk–Ostroh (Ukrainian Rite) was restored
1807.02.22Diocese of Lviv–Kamyanets (Ukrainian Rite) was promoted as Metropolitanate sui juris of Lviv–Halyč–Kamyanets (with suffragan sees Chełm–Bełz and Przemyśl)
1807.08.22Metropolitan Archdiocese of Kyiv–Halyč (Ukrainian Rite) was renamed as Metropolitan Archdiocese of Kyiv
1823.07.03Diocese of Mukacheve (Ruthenian Rite) lost territory to Diocese of Oradea Mare
1828.04.22Diocese of Volodymyr–Brėst (Ukrainian Rite) was suppressed (to establish Diocese of Žyrovyci)
1838Metropolitan Archdiocese of Kyiv (Ukrainian Rite) was suppressed
1839.03.14Diocese of Lutsk–Ostroh (Ukrainian Rite) was suppressed
1885.03.26Diocese of Ivano-Frankivsk (Ukrainian Rite) was established (from Metropolitanate sui juris of Lviv–Halyč–Kamyanets)
1921Titular Episcopal See of Lutsk–Ostroh (Ukrainian Rite) was restored
1925Titular Archiepiscopal See of Chersona was renamed as Titular Archiepiscopal See of Cherson
1925.10.28Diocese of Lutsk and Zytomierz was renamed as Diocese of Lutsk (lost territory to establish Diocese of Žytomyr and became suffragan of Lviv)
1925.10.28Diocese of Žytomyr was restored (from Diocese of Lutsk and Zytomierz)
1926Titular Archiepiscopal See of Bosporus was established
1929Titular Archiepiscopal See of Cherson was renamed as Titular Archiepiscopal See of Chersonesus
1929Titular Archiepiscopal See of Phulli was established
1930.06.05Metropolitan Archdiocese of Lviv lost territory to Diocese of Iaşi
1931Apostolic Exarchate of Volhynia, Polesia and Pidliashia (Ukrainian Rite) was established
1933Titular Episcopal See of Caffa was restored
1933Titular Archiepiscopal See of Chersonesus was renamed as Titular Archiepiscopal See of Chersonesus in Zechia
1933Titular Episcopal See of Soldaia was restored
1933Titular Episcopal See of Sugdæa was established
1944Apostolic Exarchate of Volhynia, Polesia and Pidliashia (Ukrainian Rite) was suppressed
1948Titular Episcopal See of Sugdæa was promoted as Titular Metropolitan See of Sugdæa
1963.12.23Metropolitanate sui juris of Lviv–Halyč–Kamyanets (Ukrainian Rite) was promoted as Major Archdiocese of Lviv–Halyč–Kamyanets
1973Titular Episcopal See of Lutsk–Ostroh (Ukrainian Rite) was suppressed
1993.04.20Diocese of Kolomyia–Chernivtsi (Ukrainian Rite) was established (from Diocese of Ivano-Frankivsk)
1993.04.20Diocese of Sambir–Drohobych (Ukrainian Rite) was established (from Major Archdiocese of Lviv–Halyč–Kamyanets)
1993.04.20Diocese of Ternopil (Ukrainian Rite) was established (from Major Archdiocese of Lviv–Halyč–Kamyanets)
1993.04.20Diocese of Zboriv (Ukrainian Rite) was established (from Major Archdiocese of Lviv–Halyč–Kamyanets)
1993.08.14Apostolic Administration of Zakarpattia was established (from Diocese of Satu Mare)
1995.11.25Archiepiscopal Exarchate of Kyiv–Vyshhorod (Ukrainian Rite) was restored (from Major Archdiocese of Lviv–Halyč–Kamyanets)
1998.11.25Diocese of Kyïv–Žytomyr was restored (from the suppressed Diocese of Žytomyr and became suffragan of Lviv)
1998.11.25Diocese of Žytomyr was suppressed (to establish Diocese of Kyïv–Žytomyr)
2000.07.21Diocese of Bučač (Ukrainian Rite) was established (from Diocese of Ternopil)
2000.07.21Diocese of Sokal (Ukrainian Rite) was established (from Major Archdiocese of Lviv–Halyč–Kamyanets and Diocese of Ternopil and from the suppressed Diocese of Zboriv)
2000.07.21Diocese of Stryj (Ukrainian Rite) was established (from Major Archdiocese of Lviv–Halyč–Kamyanets)
2000.07.21Diocese of Ternopil (Ukrainian Rite) was renamed as Diocese of Ternopil–Zboriv (gained territory from the suppressed Diocese of Zboriv and lost territory to establish Diocese of Bučač and Diocese of Sokal)
2000.07.21Diocese of Zboriv (Ukrainian Rite) was suppressed (to Diocese of Ternopil–Zboriv and to establish Diocese of Sokal)
2002.01.11Archiepiscopal Exarchate of Donets’k–Kharkiv (Ukrainian Rite) was established (from Archiepiscopal Exarchate of Kyiv–Vyshhorod)
2002.03.27Apostolic Administration of Zakarpattia was promoted as Diocese of Mukacheve (became suffragan of Lviv)
2002.05.04Diocese of Kharkiv–Zaporizhia was established (from Diocese of Kamyanets-Podilsky and Diocese of Kyïv–Žytomyr and became suffragan of Lviv)
2002.05.04Diocese of Odessa–Simferopol was established (from Diocese of Kamyanets-Podilsky and became suffragan of Lviv)
2003.07.28Archiepiscopal Exarchate of Odessa–Krym (Ukrainian Rite) was established (from Archiepiscopal Exarchate of Kyiv–Vyshhorod)
2004.12.06Archiepiscopal Exarchate of Kyiv–Vyshhorod (Ukrainian Rite) was promoted as Metropolitan Archdiocese of Kyiv (with suffragan sees Sambir–Drohobych, Sokal and Stryj and exchanged territory with Major Archdiocese of Lviv–Halyč–Kamyanets)
2004.12.06Major Archdiocese of Kyiv–Halyč–Kamyanets (Ukrainian Rite) was established (from Major Archdiocese of Lviv–Halyč–Kamyanets and with suffragan sees Bučač and Kolomyia–Chernivtsi)
2004.12.06Major Archdiocese of Lviv–Halyč–Kamyanets (Ukrainian Rite) was demoted as Archdiocese of Lviv (lost territory to establish Major Archdiocese of Kyiv–Halyč–Kamyanets and exchanged territory with Archiepiscopal Exarchate of Kyiv–Vyshhorod)
2006.09.20Diocese of Sokal (Ukrainian Rite) was renamed as Diocese of Sokal–Zhovkva
2008.01.15Archiepiscopal Exarchate of Lutsk (Ukrainian Rite) was restored (from Metropolitan Archdiocese of Kyiv)
2011.11.21Diocese of Ivano-Frankivsk (Ukrainian Rite) was promoted as Metropolitan Archdiocese of Ivano-Frankivsk (with suffragan see Kolomyia–Chernivtsi)
2011.11.21Archdiocese of Lviv (Ukrainian Rite) was promoted as Metropolitan Archdiocese of Lviv (with suffragan sees Sambir–Drohobych, Sokal–Zhovkva and Stryj)
2011.11.21Diocese of Ternopil–Zboriv (Ukrainian Rite) was promoted as Metropolitan Archdiocese of Ternopil–Zboriv (with suffragan see Bučač)
2014.02.13Archiepiscopal Exarchate of Krym (Ukrainian Rite) was established (from Archiepiscopal Exarchate of Odessa–Krym)
2014.02.13Archiepiscopal Exarchate of Odessa–Krym (Ukrainian Rite) was renamed as Archiepiscopal Exarchate of Odessa (lost territory to establish Archiepiscopal Exarchate of Krym)
2014.04.02Archiepiscopal Exarchate of Donets’k–Kharkiv (Ukrainian Rite) was renamed as Archiepiscopal Exarchate of Donets’k (lost territory to establish Archiepiscopal Exarchate of Kharkiv)
2014.04.02Archiepiscopal Exarchate of Kharkiv (Ukrainian Rite) was established (from Archiepiscopal Exarchate of Donets’k–Kharkiv)
2015.12.11Diocese of Kamyanets-Podilsky (Ukrainian Rite) was established (from Metropolitan Archdiocese of Ternopil–Zboriv and became suffragan of Ternopil–Zboriv)
2015.12.11Major Archdiocese of Kyiv–Halyč–Kamyanets (Ukrainian Rite) was renamed as Major Archdiocese of Kyiv–Halyč
2017.09.12Diocese of Chernivtsi (Ukrainian Rite) was established (from Diocese of Kolomyia–Chernivtsi and became suffragan of Ivano-Frankivsk)
2017.09.12Diocese of Kolomyia–Chernivtsi (Ukrainian Rite) was renamed as Diocese of Kolomyia (lost territory to establish Diocese of Chernivtsi)

as of 2022.08.03

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