Armenian Catholic Archeparchy of Istanbul
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|Archeparchy of Istanbul
|Metropolitan||Immediately Subject to the Patriarch|
|(as of 2009)
|Denomination||Armenian Catholic Church|
|Established||15 October 1928|
|Cathedral||Cathedral of St John Chrysostom in Istanbul|
|Patriarch||Nerses Bedros XIX Tarmouni|
|Apostolic Administrator||Boghos Lévon Zékiyan|
|Emeritus Bishops||Kévork Khazoumian Coadjutor Archbishop Emeritus|
The Armenian Catholic Archeparchy of Istanbul, also known as Armenian Catholic Archdiocese of Constantinople, serves Armenian Catholics in Turkey and is under the Armenian Catholic Patriarch of Cilicia. The seat is in Istanbul.
In 2008 there were 3,650 Armenian Catholics belonging to the diocese.
- "The Eparchy of Constantinople (Turkey) of the Patriarchal Armenian Catholic Church". Armenian Catholic Church. Retrieved 2012-01-25.
- Archeparchy of Istanbul (Armenian) at Catholic-Hierarchy Retrieved on 2012-01-25.
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