List of Roman Catholic dioceses in North America

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The Roman and Eastern Catholic Churches in North America and Central America comprise 14 episcopal conferences, which together include 100 ecclesiastical provinces, each of which is headed by a Metropolitan archbishop. The provinces are in turn subdivided into 85 archdioceses, 400 non-archdiocesan dioceses and 15 territorial prelatures, each of which is headed by a Bishop or an Archbishop (metropolitan if he has one or more suffragans). Some episcopal conferences include Military ordinariate (quasi dioceses), personal ordinariates and Eastern Catholic eparchies and/or exarchates that may not be part of an ecclesiastical province.

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List of Roman Catholic Dioceses[edit]

Episcopal Conference of the Antilles[edit]

Ecclesiastical province of Castries[edit]

Ecclesiastical province of Fort-de-France[edit]

Ecclesiastical province of Kingston in Jamaica[edit]

Ecclesiastical province of Nassau[edit]

Ecclesiastical province of Port of Spain[edit]

Episcopal Conference of Canada[edit]

Ecclesiastical province of Edmonton[edit]

Ecclesiastical province of Gatineau[edit]

Ecclesiastical province of Grouard-McLennan[edit]

Ecclesiastical province of Halifax[edit]

Ecclesiastical province of Keewatin-Le Pas[edit]

Ecclesiastical province of Kingston[edit]

Ecclesiastical province of Moncton[edit]

Ecclesiastical province of Montréal[edit]

Ecclesiastical province of Ottawa[edit]

Ecclesiastical province of Québec[edit]

Ecclesiastical province of Regina[edit]

Ecclesiastical province of Rimouski[edit]

Ecclesiastical province of Saint Boniface[edit]

Ecclesiastical province of St. John's, Newfoundland[edit]

Ecclesiastical province of Sherbrooke[edit]

Ecclesiastical province of Toronto[edit]

Ecclesiastical province of Vancouver[edit]

Ecclesiastical province of Winnipeg[edit]

Episcopal Conference of Costa Rica[edit]

Ecclesiastical province of San José de Costa Rica[edit]

Episcopal Conference of Cuba[edit]

Ecclesiastical province of San Cristobal de la Habana[edit]

Ecclesiastical province of Santiago de Cuba[edit]

Ecclesiastical province of Camagüey[edit]

Episcopal Conference of the Dominican Republic[edit]

Ecclesiastical province of Santo Domingo[edit]

Ecclesiastical province of Santiago de los Caballeros[edit]

Episcopal Conference of El Salvador[edit]

Ecclesiastical province of San Salvador[edit]

Episcopal Conference of Guatemala[edit]

Ecclesiastical province of Guatemala[edit]

Ecclesiastical province of Los Altos Quetzaltenango-Totonicapán[edit]

Episcopal Conference of Haiti[edit]

Ecclesiastical province of Cap-Haïtien[edit]

Ecclesiastical province of Port-au-Prince[edit]

Episcopal Conference of Honduras[edit]

Ecclesiastical province of Tegucigalpa[edit]

Episcopal Conference of Mexico[edit]

Ecclesiastical province of Acapulco[edit]

Ecclesiastical province of Antequera, Oaxaca[edit]

Ecclesiastical province of Chihuahua[edit]

Ecclesiastical province of Durango[edit]

Ecclesiastical province of Guadalajara[edit]

Ecclesiastical province of Hermosillo[edit]

Ecclesiastical province of Jalapa[edit]

Ecclesiastical province of León[edit]

Ecclesiastical province of México[edit]

Ecclesiastical province of Monterrey[edit]

Ecclesiastical province of Morelia[edit]

Ecclesiastical province of Puebla de los Angeles[edit]

Ecclesiastical province of San Luis Potosí[edit]

Ecclesiastical province of Tijuana[edit]

Ecclesiastical province of Tlalnepantla[edit]

Ecclesiastical province of Tulancingo[edit]

Ecclesiastical province of Tuxtla Gutiérrez[edit]

Ecclesiastical province of Yucatán[edit]

Episcopal Conference of Nicaragua[edit]

Ecclesiastical province of Managua[edit]

Episcopal Conference of Panama[edit]

Ecclesiastical province of Panamá[edit]

Episcopal Conference of Puerto Rico (US Commonwealth)[edit]

Ecclesiastical province of San Juan de Puerto Rico[edit]

Episcopal Conference of the United States of America[edit]

Ecclesiastical province of Anchorage[edit]

Ecclesiastical province of Atlanta[edit]

Ecclesiastical province of Baltimore[edit]

Ecclesiastical province of Boston[edit]

Ecclesiasical province of Chicago[edit]

Ecclesiastical province of Cincinnati[edit]

Ecclesiastical province of Denver[edit]

Ecclesiastical province of Detroit[edit]

Ecclesiastical province of Dubuque[edit]

Ecclesiastical province of Galveston-Houston[edit]

Ecclesiastical province of Hartford[edit]

Ecclesiastical province of Indianapolis[edit]

Ecclesiastical province of Kansas City[edit]

Ecclesiastical province of Los Angeles[edit]

Ecclesiastical province of Louisville[edit]

Ecclesiastical province of Miami[edit]

Ecclesiastical province of Milwaukee[edit]

Ecclesiastical province of Mobile[edit]

Ecclesiastical province of New Orleans[edit]

Ecclesiastical province of New York[edit]

Ecclesiastical province of Newark[edit]

Ecclesiastical province of Oklahoma City[edit]

Ecclesiastical province of Omaha[edit]

Ecclesiastical province of Philadelphia[edit]

Ecclesiastical province of Portland[edit]

Ecclesiastical province of Saint Louis[edit]

Ecclesiastical province of Saint Paul and Minneapolis[edit]

Ecclesiastical province of San Antonio[edit]

Ecclesiastical province of San Francisco[edit]

Ecclesiastical province of Santa Fe[edit]

Ecclesiastical province of Seattle[edit]

Ecclesiastical province of Washington[edit]

Archdiocese for the Military Services, USA[edit]

Eastern Catholic dioceses in USA and Canada[edit]

These partake in the US viz. Canadian ecclesiastical conference

Metropolia of Philadelphia for the Ukrainians[edit]

See: Category:Ukrainian Catholic Metropolia of Philadelphia

The Ukrainian Catholic Metropolitan Province of Philadelphia consists of four eparchies of the Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church, and covers the entire United States.

Metropolia of Pittsburgh for the Ruthenians[edit]

See: Category:Byzantine Catholic Metropolia of Pittsburgh

The Byzantine Catholic Metropolitan Province of Pittsburgh is a sui iuris metropolia, traditionally linked to the Ruthenian Catholic Church. The metropolia consists of four eparchies of the Byzantine Rite Ruthenian Catholic Church and covers the entire United States, with jurisdiction for all Ruthenian Catholics in the United States, as well as other Byzantine Rite Catholics without an established hierarchy in the country.

Other Eastern Catholic dioceses[edit]

The other Eastern Catholic Churches with eparchies (dioceses) or exarchates established in the United States are not grouped into metropoliae. All are immediately subject to the Holy See, with limited oversight by the head of their respective sui iuris church.

Other Byzantine Rite Eastern churches[edit]

Melkite Greek Catholic Church
Romanian Byzantine Catholic Church

Armenian Rite[edit]

Armenian Catholic Church

Antiochian Rite Eastern churches[edit]

Maronite Catholic Church
Syriac Catholic Church
Syro-Malankara Catholic Church

Syro-Oriental Rite churches[edit]

Chaldean Catholic Church
Syro-Malabar Catholic Church

Personal Ordinariate of the Chair of Saint Peter (Ordinariate Use)[edit]

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