List of Catholic dioceses in Poland

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The Roman Catholic Church in Poland comprises mainly sixteen Latin ecclesiastical provinces, each headed by a Metropolitan, whose Archdioceses have a total of 28 suffragan Dioceses, each headed by a bishop. they are all members of the Episcopal Conference of Poland, one of the larger conferences in Europe, slightly smaller than Spain, but larger than the United Kingdom or Germany and by far the most established conference in all of Eastern Europe.

Furthermore there are

There is also an Apostolic Nunciature to Poland, as papal diplomatic (embassy-level) representation.

Current Latin Dioceses[edit]

Exempt Latin jurisdiction[edit]

Ecclesiastical province of Białystok[edit]

Ecclesiastical province of Częstochowa[edit]

Ecclesiastical province of Gdańsk[edit]

Ecclesiastical province of Gniezno[edit]

Ecclesiastical province of Katowice[edit]

Ecclesiastical province of Kraków[edit]

Ecclesiastical province of Łódź[edit]

Ecclesiastical province of Lublin[edit]

Ecclesiastical province of Poznań[edit]

Ecclesiastical province of Przemyśl[edit]

Ecclesiastical province of Szczecin-Kamień[edit]

Ecclesiastical province of Warmia[edit]

Ecclesiastical province of Warszawa[edit]

Ecclesiastical province of Wrocław[edit]

Current Eastern Orthodox Dioceses[edit]

Ukrainian Catholic province of Przemyśl–Warszawa[edit]

rite-specific particular church sui iuris : Byzantine Rite in Ukrainian language

Exempt, joint for the other rites[edit]

Defunct Dioceses[edit]

Four Episcopal Titular bishoprics : Diocese of Chełm, Diocese of Pomezania, Diocese of Sejny, Diocese of Wigry.

Other Latin

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Eastern Catholic

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Gallery of Archdioceses[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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