Romanian Catholic Eparchy of Bucharest
|Eparchy of Saint Basil the Great of Bucharest
Eparchia Sanctus Basilius Magnus Bucarestiensis Romenorum
Eparhia Sfântul Vasile cel Mare de Bucureşti
|Ecclesiastical province||Făgăraş and Alba Iulia|
|Metropolitan||Greek Catholic Archdiocese of Făgăraş and Alba Iulia|
|Denomination||Romanian Greek Catholic Church|
|Sui iuris church||Romanian Greek Catholic Church|
|Established||29 May 2014|
|Cathedral||Cathedral of Saint Basil the Great|
|Major Archbishop||Lucian Mureșan|
Church administrative divisions
The Romanian (Greek) Catholic Eparchy of (Saint Basil the Great of) Bucharest (Romanian Sfântul Vasile cel Mare de Bucureşti) is an eparchy of the Romanian Greek Catholic Church (Byzantine Rite in Romanian language). It is a suffragan of Romanian Greek Catholic Archdiocese of Făgăraș and Alba Iulia,  which is the Major-Archbishopric of the Romanian Catholic particular church sui iuris.
The eparchy was erected on 29 May by Major Archbishop Lucian Cardinal Mureșan on territory split off from the Romanian Catholic Archdiocese of Făgăraş and Alba Iulia with the consent of the synod of the Romanian Catholic Church and the Holy See.
The jurisdiction of the eparchy comprises all Catholics of the Romanian Catholic Church residing within Bucharest and the historical regions of Dobruja, Muntenia and Oltenia. The territory was taken from the Archdiocese of Făgăraş and Alba Iulia.
(all Byzantine Rite)
- Mihai Frățilă (29 May 2014 – ...), previously Titular Bishop of Novæ (2007.10.27 – 2014.05.29) & Auxiliary Bishop of Făgăraş şi Alba Iulia of the Romanians (Romania) (2007.10.27 – 2014.05.29)
- Catholic Hierarchy page
- "Erezione dell’Eparchia di San Basilio Magno di Bucarest dei Romeni (Romania) e nomina del primo Vescovo Eparchiale" (in Italian). Holy See Press Office. May 29, 2014. Retrieved June 2, 2014.
- "COMUNICAT DE PRESĂ: Înființarea Eparhiei greco-catolice "Sfântul Vasile cel Mare" de Bucureşti şi alegerea primului său Episcop eparhial, Preasfințitul Mihai Frăţilă." (in Romanian). Romanian Church united with Rome, Greek Catholic. May 29, 2014. Retrieved June 2, 2014.