List of members of the Holy Synod of the Romanian Orthodox Church


List of members of the Holy Synod of the Romanian Orthodox Church

This is the list of the members of the Holy Synod of the Romanian Orthodox Church, depicting also the organization of the church.

Members

Romanian Patriarchy

  1. Daniel, Patriarch of All Romania, Metropolitan of Wallachia and Dobrudja, Archbishop of Bucharest, "Locum Tenens" of Caesarea in Cappadocia
  2. Patriarchal Vicar Bishop - currently Vicenţiu Ploieşteanu Griffoni
  3. Patriarchal Vicar Bishop - currently Ciprian Câmpineanul

Metropolis of Wallachia and Dobrudja

* Archbishopric of Bucharest

  1. Vicar Bichop of Archbishopric of Bucharest - currently Varsanufie Prahoveanul

* Archbishopric of Tomis

  1. Archbishop of Tomis - currently Teodosie Petrescu

* Archbishopric of Târgovişte

  1. Archbishop of Târgovişte - currently Nifon Mihaita

* Bishopric of Buzău and Vrancea

  1. Bishop of Buzău and Vrancea - currently Epifanie Norocel

* Bishopric of Argeş and Muscel

  1. Bishop of Argeş and Muscel - currently Calinic Argatu

* Bishopric of Lower Danube

  1. Bishop of Lower Danube - currently Casian Craciun

* Bishopric of Slobozia and Călăraşi

  1. Bishop of Slobozia and Călăraşi - currently Damaschin Coravu

* Bishopric of Alexandria and Teleorman

  1. Bishop of Alexandria and Teleorman - currently Galaction Stanga

* Bishopric of Giurgiu

  1. Bishop of Giurgiu - currently Ambrozie Meleaca

* Bishopric of Tulcea

  1. Bishop of Tulcea - currently Visarion Baltat

Metropolis of Moldova and Bucovina

* Archbishopric of Iaşi

  1. Archbishop of Iaşi and Metropolitan of Moldova and Bucovina - currently Teofan Savu
  2. Vicar Bishop of Archbishopric of Iaşi - currently Calinic Botoşăneanul

* Archbishopric of Suceava and Rădăuţi

  1. Archbishop of Suceava and Rădăuţi - currently Pimen Zainea

* Bishopric of Roman

  1. Bishop of Roman - currently Eftimie Luca
  2. Vicar Archprelate of the Bishopric of Roman - currently Ioachim Băcăoanul Giosan

* Bishopric of Huşi

  1. Bishop of Huşi - currently Ioachim Mareş
  2. Vicar Archprelate of the Bishopric of Huşi - currently Corneliu Bârlădeanul Onila

Metropolis of Transylvania

* Archbishopric of Sibiu

  1. Archbishop of Sibiu and Metropolitan of Transylvania - currently Laurenţiu Streza

* Bishopric of Covansa and Harghita

  1. Bishop of Covansa and Harghita - currently Ioan Selejan

Metropolis of Cluj, Alba, Crişana and Maramureş

* Archbishopric of Vad, Feleac and Cluj

  1. Archbishop of Vad, Feleac and Cluj and Metropolitan of Cluj, Alba, Crişana and Maramureş - currently Bartolomeu Anania
  2. Vicar Bishop of the Archbishopric of Vad, Feleac and Cluj - currently Irineu Bistriţeanul Pop
  3. Vicar Bishop of the Archbishopric of Vad, Feleac and Cluj - currently Vasile Someşanul

* Archbishopric of Alba-Iulia

  1. Archbishop of Alba-Iulia - currently Andrei Andeicut

* Bishopric of Oradea and Bihor

  1. Bishop of Oradea and Bihor - currently Sofronie Drincec

* Eastern Orthodox Romanian Bishopric of Maramureş and Sătmar

  1. Bishop of Maramureş and Sătmar - currently Justinian Chira
  2. Vicar Bishop of the Eastern Orthodox Romanian Bishopric of Maramureş and Sătmar - currently Iustin Sigheteanul Hodea

* Bishopric of Sălaj

  1. Bishop of Sălaj - currently Petroniu Florea

Metropolis of Oltenia

* Archbishopric of Craiova

  1. Archbishop of Craiova and Metropolitan of Oltenia - Irineu Popa
  2. Vicar Bishop of the Archbishopric Craiova - currently Gurie Gorjeanul Georgiu

* Bishopric of Râmnic

  1. Bishop of Râmnic - currently Gherasim Cristea
  2. Vicar Archprelate of the Bishopric of Râmnic - vacant

* Bishopric of Severin and Strehaia

  1. Bishop of Severin and Strehaia - currently Nicodim Nicolăescu

* Bishopric of Slatina

  1. Bishop of Slatina - currently Sebastian Paşcanu

Metropolis of Banat

* Archbishopric of Timişoara

  1. Archbishop of Timişoara and Metropolitan of Banat - currently Nicolae Corneanu
  2. Vicar Bishop of the Archbishopric Timişoara - currently Paisie Lugojanul Gheorghe

* Bishopric of Arad, Ienopole and Hălmagiu

  1. Bishop of Arad, Ienopole and Hălmagiu - currently Timotei Seviciu

* Bishopric of Caransebeş

  1. Bishop of Caransebeş - currently Lucian Mic

Diaspora

Eastern Orthodox Romanian Bishopric in Hungary

  1. Bishop of the Eastern Orthodox Romanian Bishopric in Hungary - currently Siluan Manuilă

Metropolis of Bessarabia

* Archbishopric of Chisinau

  1. Archbishop of Chisinau and Metropolitan of Bessarabia - currently Petru Păduraru

Metropolis of Germany and Central Europe

  1. Metropolitan of Germany and Central Europe - currently Serafim Joanta
  2. Vicar Bishop of the Metropolis of Germany and Central Europe - currently Sofian Braşoveanul Pătrunjel

* Bishopric of North Europe
  1. Bishop of the Bishopric of North Europe - currently Macarie Drăgoi

Eastern Orthodox Romanian Metropolis of Western and Southern Europe

  1. Metropolitan of Western and Southern Europe - currently Iosif Pop
  2. Vicar Bishop of the Eastern Orthodox Romanian Metropolis of Western and Southern Europe - currently Marc Nemţeanul Alric

* Bishopric of Italy
  1. Bishop of the Bishopric of Italy - currently Siluan Span

* Bishopric of Spain and Portugal
  1. Bishop of the Bishopric of Spain and Portugal - currently Timotei Lauran

Eastern Orthodox Romanian Archbishopric of both Americas

  1. Archbishop of both Americas - currently Nicolae Condrea
  2. Vicar Bishop of the Eastern Orthodox Romanian Archbishopric of both Americas - currently Ioan Casian de Vicina Tunaru

Eastern Orthodox Romanian Bishopric "Dacia Felix"

  1. Bishop of the Eastern Orthodox Romanian Bishopric "Dacia Felix" - currently Daniil Stoenescu

Eastern Orthodox Romanian Bishopric "of Australia and New Zeeland"

  1. Bishop of the Eastern Orthodox Romanian Bishopric "of Australia and New Zeeland" - currently Mihail Filimon

See also

* List of Patriarchs of All Romania
* Prelate ranks: Patriarch, Metropolitan, Archbishop, Bishop
* Apostolic succession
* Episcopal polity
* Eastern Orthodox Church organization

References

* [http://www.patriarhia.ro/Site/SfSinod/membriisinod.html Romanian Patriarchy] ro icon


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