Diocese of Yaroslavl and Rostov

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Diocese of Yaroslavl and Rostov
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Transfiguration Cathedral
Location
Headquarters Yaroslavl
Information
Denomination Eastern Orthodox
Sui iuris church Russian Orthodox Church
Established 991 (formally 1788)
Language Old Church Slavonic
Governance Eparchy
Website
www.yareparhia.ru

Diocese of Yaroslavl and Rostov (Russian: Ярославская и Ростовская епархия) is an eparchy of the Russian Orthodox Church in the ara of Yaroslavl Oblast.

History[edit]

Neposredsvenno predecessor diocese was founded in 991 Rostov and Suzdal diocese with the center in Rostov, the title of the ruling bishop has changed several times.

In 1390 the diocese became archbishop in 1589-meters - the metropolis, from 1711 to 1783 it was headed by bishops and archbishops, from 1783 to 1786 - Archbishop.[1]

In 1786, the department was transferred from Rostov to Yaroslavl. At that time, there were 29 monasteries in the diocese.

From 1907 to 1913 the Yaroslavl diocese headed by Archbishop Tikhon (Bellavin), the future Patriarch of Moscow and All Russia. His successor at the department was the Metropolitan Agafangel (Transfiguration) (glorified in 2000 as svyaschennoispovednik). In 1923-1926, the diocese, Archbishop Joseph ran (Petrov), before the former auxiliary bishop of Rostov.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Строев П. Списки иерархов и настоятелей монастырей Российския церкви. М., 2007. С.329-335