Catholic Church in Palestine
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There are over 80,000 Catholics in the areas referred to as the Palestinian territories. Mostly in the agglomeration between Ramallah and Bethlehem, including the West Bank suburbs of Jerusalem. Adherents are mostly of the Latin Church, but there is also a small community of the Melkite Catholic Patriarchate of Antioch and Jerusalem, belonging to the Melkite Catholic Church. Both particular churches sui iuris of the Catholic Church.
There are two archbishops of Jerusalem for each jurisdiction respectively. Inside the Palestinian jurisdiction of the Latin Patriarchate of Jerusalem there are 2 parishes in Jerusalem and 17 parishes in all Palestine. William Shomali is the Patriarchal Vicar for Jerusalem, to which belongs all Palestinian territory.
- Catholic Church in Israel
- Catholic Church in the Middle East
- Latin Patriarchate of Jerusalam
- List of parishes of the Latin Patriarchate of Jerusalem
- Our Lady of Palestine
- Custody of the Holy Land
- Latin Church in the Middle East
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