Diocese of Cahul and Comrat

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The Diocese of Cahul and Comrat (Romanian: Eparhia de Cahul și Comrat, Russian: Кагульская и Комратская епархия) is a diocese of the Metropolis of Chișinău and All Moldova under the Moscow Patriarchate with its seat in the city of Cahul, Moldova.

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The Diocese of Cahul and Comrat was established on July 17, 1998, by the Holy Synod of the Russian Orthodox Church to shepherd the Orthodox Church in southern Moldova.[1]

As of 2010 the Eparchy consisted of 138 parishes and 5 monasteries served by 155 full-time priests and 8 deacons. Its current bishop is Anatolie (Botnari).

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