Apostolic Exarchate in Germany and Scandinavia for the Ukrainians

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Apostolic Exarchate in Germany and Scandinavia for the Ukrainians
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Cathedral of the Intercession of the Mother of God and of St. Andrew the Firstcalled
Location
Ecclesiastical province Apostolic Exarchate of the Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church
Statistics
Parishes 19
Information
Cathedral Cathedral of the Intercession of the Mother of God and of St. Andrew the Firstcalled
Secular priests 34
Current leadership
Pope Francis
Bishop Rt Revd Petro Kryk

The Apostolic Exarchate in Germany and Scandinavia for the Ukrainians (German: Apostolisches Exarchat für Deutschland und Skandinavien) covers Ukrainian Greek Catholics in Germany, Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden. It was established on the 17th April, 1959. Its cathedral church is the Kathedrale Maria Schutz und St. Andreas. The current apostolic exarch is Petro Kryk.

Previous Apostolic Exarchs[edit]

A building, situated in Munich, belonging to the Apostolic Exarchate

Parishes[edit]

Note that in many parishes, the Ukrainian Catholics use the local Latin Rite Catholic church as a location for Divine Liturgy. This list is not complete.

Denmark

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