Archbishopric of Ochrid

Archbishopric of Ochrid

Archbishopric of Ochrid or Ohrid Archbishopric may refer to the following Eastern Orthodox ecclesiastical structures:

  • Archbishopric of Ochrid, established in 1019, an autonomous archbishopric under the jurisdiction of the Patriarch of Constantinople, abolished in the 18th century by the Ottoman Empire.
  • Orthodox Ohrid Archbishopric, an autonomous archbishopric under the jurisdiction of the Serbian Orthodox Church.
  • Macedonian Orthodox Church, formed in 1967 by a former Serbian Orthodox clergyman, however it is not recognized by any other autocephalous church. It is the official Orthodox Church of the Republic of Macedonia

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