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Orthodoxy in France

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Orthodoxy in France

Jurisdictions

With Local Bishop

Without Local Bishop

With an irregular status

People

Current Hierarchs

Other major figures

Organizations and Institutions

Seminary

Monasteries

  • Orthodox Monastery of the Veil of Our Lady (Bussy-en-Othe, France)

Pan-Jurisdictional

See also

Source

  • OrthodoxWiki:Orthodoxy in France

External links

  • Greek Orthodox Metropolis of France, Official Website
  • Patriarchal Exarchate for Orthodox Parishes of Russian Tradition in Western Europe, Official Website
  • Russian Orthodox Diocese of Chersonese, Official Website
  • Romanian Orthodox Metropolitanate of Western and Southern Europe, Official Website
  • Serbian Orthodox Diocese of France and Western Europe, Official Website
  • Bulgarian Orthodox Diocese of Western and Central Europe, Official Website
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