Eastern Orthodoxy in Italy
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The main canonical Eastern Orthodox churches and ecclesiastical jurisdictions in Italy are as follows:
- The Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of Italy and Exarchate of Southern Europe, a diocese of the Ecumenical Patriarchate of Constantinople, officially recognized by the Italian government under the otto per mille scheme
- Romanian Orthodox Diocese of Italy, a diocese of the Romanian Metropolis of Western and Southern Europe
- Serbian Orthodox Church - Serbian Orthodox Vicariate of Trieste, under jurisdiction of Serbian Orthodox Eparchy of Austria and Switzerland
- Parishes of the Russian Orthodox Church in Italy.
Other Eastern Orthodox jurisdictions in Italy are:
- the Patriarchal Metropolitan of Aquilea, and independent organization founded in 1983 by Evloghios, a priest of a Russian parish in Milan, following the Old Calendarist tradition, with followers in Italy, Switzerland, France, and North America
- the Orthodox Church in Italy, an independent organization
- Macedonian Orthodox Church - Metropolitanate of Europe
- Kiminas, Demetrius (2009). The Ecumenical Patriarchate: A History of Its Metropolitanates with Annotated Hierarch Catalogs. Wildside Press LLC.
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