Patriarch of All Romania


Patriarch of All Romania
Patriarch of Romania
Patriarchate

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Incumbent:
Patriarch Daniel

Style: His Beatitude Archbishop of Bucharest, Metropolitan of Muntenia and Dobrogea, Locum tenens of the throne of Caesarea Cappadociae and Patriarch of the Romanian Orthodox Church
Residence: Bucharest, Romania
First Patriarch: Miron Cristea
Formation: 1925
Website: http://www.patriarhia.ro/

The Patriarch of All Romania is the title of the head of the Romanian Orthodox Church. As of September 12, 2007, the chair is occupied by Daniel Ciobotea.

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Metropolitans of Ungro-Wallachia

  • Maxim (1508–1521)
  • Macarie II (1512–1521)
  • Ilarion II (1521–1523)
    • vacant (1523–1525)
  • Teodor II (1525–1533)
  • Mitrofan I (1533–1535)
  • Varlaam I (1535–1544)
  • Anania (1544–1558)
  • Efrem (1558–1566)
  • Danil I (1566)
    • vacant (1566–1568)
  • Eftimie I (1568–1576)
  • Serafim (1576–1586)
  • Mihail I (1586–1590)
  • Nichifore (1590)
  • Mihail II (1590–1594)
  • Eftimie II (1594–1602)
  • Luca (1602–1629)
  • Grigore I (1629–1636)
  • Teofil (1636–1648)
  • Stefan (1648–1653)
  • Ignaţiu I (1653–1662)
  • Stefan I (1662–1668), restored
  • Teodosie (1668–1672)
  • Dionisie (1672)
  • Varlaam II (1672–1679)
    • Teodosie (1679–1708), restored
  • Antim (1708–1716)
  • Mitrofan II (1716–1719)
  • Danil II (1719–1731)
  • Ştefan II (1731–1738)
  • Neofit I (1738–1753)
  • Filaret I (1753–1760)
  • Grigorie II (1760–1787)
  • Cosma (1787–1792)
  • Filaret II (1792–1793)
  • Dositei (1793–1810)
  • Ignaţiu II (1810–1812)
  • Nectarie (1812–1819)
    • vacant (1819–1821)
  • Dionisie II (1821–1823)
  • Grigorie III (1823–1834)
    • vacant (1834–1840)
  • Neofit II (1840–1849)

Metropolitans of Moldavia

Metropolitans of All Romania

  • Nifon (1850–1875)
  • Calinic (1875–1886)
  • Iosif (1886–1893)
  • Ghenadie (1893–1896)
    • Iosif (1896–1909), restored
  • Atanasie (1909–1911)
  • Conon (1912–1919)
  • Miron (1919–1925)

Patriarchs of All Romania

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