Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Warsaw
|Archiocese of Warsaw
St. John's Cathedral after the post-war reconstruction
|Area||3,350 km2 (1,290 sq mi)|
|(as of 2010)
|Rite||Latin Rite (or Roman Rite)|
|Established||16 October 1798
(As Diocese of Warszawa)30 June 1818
(Archdiocese of Warsaw)
|Cathedral||St. John's Cathedral, Warsaw|
|Metropolitan Archbishop||Cardinal Kazimierz Nycz|
|Auxiliary Bishops||Piotr Jarecki
|Emeritus Bishops||Marian Duś, (Auxiliary Bishop Emeritus)|
|Website of the Archdiocese|
The Archdiocese of Warsaw is a Catholic ecclesiastical territory or diocese in Poland encompassing the Polish capital. It was erected on October 16, 1798. It was elevated to an Archdiocese on June 30, 1813.
A Metropolitan See, its suffragan dioceses are the Roman Catholic Diocese of Płock and the Roman Catholic Diocese of Warszawa-Praga. According to the church statistics 30.4 % of the dioceses population attended a church weekly in 2013. This is higher than a year earlier (29.8%) however that doesn't mean that church attendance isn't declining at all there.
Archbishop of Warsaw
The current Archbishop, Kazimierz Nycz, formerly Bishop of Koszalin-Kolobrzeg, Poland, was named on 3 March 2007. Following the abrupt resignation of Archbishop Stanisław Wielgus in January, Józef Cardinal Glemp had been named its Apostolic Administrator.
- "The English Speaking Community of the Archdiocese of Warsaw".
- "Metropolitan Archdiocese of Warszawa".
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