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List of Current Patriarchs and Popes[edit]

Pope, Patriarchs, and Major Archbishops in the Catholic Church[edit]

See Bishop Election
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Alexandria of the Copts Patriarch Ibrahim Isaac Sidrak 2013
Antioch of the Syriacs or Syrians Patriarch Mar Ignatius Joseph III Yonan 2009
Antioch of the Maronites Patriarch Bechara Boutros Cardinal al-Rahi 2011
Antioch, Alexandria & Jerusalem of the Greek Melkites Patriarch Youssef Absi 2017
Babylon of the Chaldeans Catholicos-Patriarch Louis Raphaël I Sako 2013
Cilicia of the Armenians Catholicos-Patriarch Krikor Bedros XX Gabroyan 2015
Kiev-Galicia Major Archbishop Sviatoslav Shevchuk 2011
Ernakulam-Angamaly Major Archbishop Mar George Alencherry 2011
Trivandrum Major Archbishop-Catholicos Moran Mor Baselios Cleemis 2007
Făgăraş and Alba Iulia Major Archbishop Lucian Cardinal Mureșan 2005[1]

In 2006, Benedict XVI renounced the title of "Patriarch of the West" (Patriarcha Occidentis).[2]

Titular[edit]

The following patriarchs in the Latin Church are titular – that is, they have the title of patriarch for various historical reasons, but are not to be considered the same as the patriarchs and major archbishops who are heads of Churches sui iuris. These titular patriarchs are bishops of metropolitan archdioceses (except for Jerusalem) without other jurisdiction.

See Bishop Election
Jerusalem Pierbattista Pizzaballa (Apostolic Administrator) 2016
Venice Patriarch Francesco Moraglia 2012
West Indies Vacant since 31 August 1963
Lisbon Patriarch Manuel José Macário do Nascimento Clemente 2013
East Indies Patriarch Filipe Neri António Sebastião do Rosário Ferrão 2004

[List of latest to current Patriarchs in the Eastern Orthodox Church[edit]

List of current popes and patriarchs[edit]


This is a list of current Christian Popes and Patriarchs, including also others whose titles (as Major Archbishop or Catholicos, for example) are equivalent to the Patriarchal dignity.

Patriarch of the Assyrian Church of the East[edit]

See Bishop Election
Assyrian Church of the East Catholicos-Patriarch Mar Gewargis III 2015

Patriarch of the Ancient Church of the East[edit]

See Bishop Election
Ancient Church of the East Catholicos-Patriarch Mar Addai II 1970

Patriarchs in the Mainstream Eastern Orthodox Church[edit]

See Bishop Election
Constantinople Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew I 1991
Alexandria Patriarch Theodoros II 2004
Antioch Patriarch John X (Yazigi) 2012
Jerusalem Patriarch Theophilus III 2005
Moscow Patriarch Kirill I 2009
Pietermaritzburg Patriarch Christopher Michael Maier 2017
Georgia Catholicos-Patriarch Ilia II 1977
Peć Patriarch Irinej 2010
Romania Patriarch Daniel 2007
Bulgaria Patriarch Neophyte 2013

Patriarchs of Autocephalous or Independent Eastern Orthodox Churches[edit]

Patriarch of the Autocephalous Greek International Orthodox Christian Church Canonical[edit]

Patriarchate of Pietermaritzburg and all the States of the East

See Bishop Election
Pietermaritzburg Patriarch Christopher M Maier 2016

Patriarch of Saint Thomas Orthodox Christians of the East[edit]

See Bishop Election
India Patriarch Mar Mikhail Michael C Foster 1985

Patriarch of the Ukrainian Autocephalous Orthodox Church – Canonical[edit]

See Bishop Election
Kiev Patriarch Moses 2005

Patriarch of the Russian Old-Orthodox Church[edit]

See Bishop Election
Moscow Patriarch Alexander 2002

Patriarch of the Autocephalous Turkish Orthodox Church[edit]

See Bishop Election
Istanbul Papa Eftim IV 2002

Popes and Patriarchs of Independent Catholic Churches[edit]

Patriarch of Venezuelan Catholic Apostolic Church[edit]

See Bishop Election
San Juan Bautista Patriarch Guillermo Bornacelli 1961

Pope of Palmarian Catholic Church[edit]

See Bishop Election
El Palmar de Troya Pope Peter III 2016

Patriarch of Ukrainian Orthodox Greek Catholic Church[edit]

See Bishop Election
Pidhirtsi Patriarch Elijah Anthony Dohnal 2008

Patriarch of the Czechoslovak Hussite Church[edit]

See Bishop Election
Prague Patriarch Tomáš Butta 2006

See also[edit]

  • List of current Christian leaders
  • Patriarchs
  • List of Primates in the Anglican Communion

References[edit]

  1. Lucian Mureșan became Archbishop of Făgăraş and Alba Iulia in 1994, but only became Major Archbishop in 2005. Lucian Cardinal Mureșan
  2. https://www.vatican.va/roman_curia/pontifical_councils/chrstuni/general-docs/rc_pc_chrstuni_doc_20060322_patriarca-occidente_fr.html | Communiqué concernant la suppression du titre «Patriarche d’Occident» dans l’Annuaire pontifical 2006

External links[edit]

  • "Patriarchs". GCatholic.org.

The Greek Orthodox Patriarch of Alexandria has the title Pope and Patriarch of Alexandria and all Africa.

The following list contains all the incumbents of the Greek Orthodox Patriarchate of Alexandria.

Patriarchs of Alexandria before the Council of Chalcedon[edit]

Patriarch of the Assyrian Church of the East[edit]

See Bishop Election
Assyrian Church of the East Catholicos-Patriarch Mar Gewargis III 2015

Patriarch of the Ancient Church of the East[edit]

See Bishop Election
Ancient Church of the East Catholicos-Patriarch Mar Addai II 1970

Patriarchs in the Mainstream Eastern Orthodox Church[edit]

See Bishop Election
Constantinople Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew I 1991
Alexandria Patriarch Theodoros II 2004
Antioch Patriarch John X (Yazigi) 2012
Jerusalem Patriarch Theophilus III 2005
Moscow Patriarch Kirill I 2009
Georgia Catholicos-Patriarch Ilia II 1977
Peć Patriarch Irinej 2010
Romania Patriarch Daniel 2007
Bulgaria Patriarch Neophyte 2013


Pope, Patriarchs, and Catholicos in the Oriental Orthodox Church[edit]

See Bishop Election
Alexandria Pope Tawadros II 2012
Antioch Patriarch Ignatius Aphrem II 2014
Armenia Catholicos Karekin II 1999
Ethiopia Patriarch Catholicos Mathias 2013
India (Indian Orthodox) Catholicos Baselios Mar Thoma Paulose II 2010
Eritrea Patriarch Antonios 2004
Jerusalem (Armenian) (Titular) Patriarch Nourhan 2013
Cilicia (Armenian) (Titular) Catholicos Aram I 1995
Constantinople (Armenian) (Titular) Patriarch Mesrob II 1998

Popes and Patriarchs of Independent Catholic Churches[edit]

Patriarch of Venezuelan Catholic Apostolic Church[edit]

See Bishop Election
San Juan Bautista Patriarch Guillermo Bornacelli 1961

Pope of Palmarian Catholic Church[edit]

See Bishop Election
El Palmar de Troya Pope Peter III 2016

Patriarch of Ukrainian Orthodox Greek Catholic Church[edit]

See Bishop Election
Pidhirtsi Patriarch Elijah Anthony Dohnal 2008

Patriarch of the Czechoslovak Hussite Church[edit]

See Bishop Election
Prague Patriarch Tomáš Butta 2006

Patriarchs in the Mainstream Eastern Orthodox Church[edit]

See Bishop Election
Constantinople Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew I 1991
Alexandria Patriarch Theodoros II 2004
Antioch Patriarch John X (Yazigi) 2012
Jerusalem Patriarch Theophilus III 2005
Moscow Patriarch Kirill I 2009
Georgia Catholicos-Patriarch Ilia II 1977
Peć Patriarch Irinej 2010
Romania Patriarch Daniel 2007
Bulgaria Patriarch Neophyte 2013


Patriarchs of Independent [Eastern] Orthodox Churches[edit]

Patriarch of the Autocephalous Greek International Orthodox Christian Church Canonical[edit]

Patriarchate of Pietermaritzburg and all the States of the East

See Bishop Election
Pietermaritzburg Patriarch Christopher M Maier 2016

Patriarch of the Ukrainian Autocephalous Orthodox Church – Canonical[edit]

See Bishop Election
Kiev Patriarch Moses 2005

Patriarch of the Russian Old-Orthodox Church[edit]

See Bishop Election
Moscow Patriarch Alexander 2002

Patriarch of the Autocephalous Turkish Orthodox Church[edit]

See Bishop Election
Istanbul Papa Eftim IV 2002

Pope, Patriarchs, and Catholicos in the Oriental Orthodox Church[edit]

See Bishop Election
Alexandria Pope Tawadros II 2012
Antioch Patriarch Ignatius Aphrem II 2014
Armenia Catholicos Karekin II 1999
Ethiopia Patriarch Catholicos Mathias 2013
India (Indian Orthodox) Catholicos Baselios Mar Thoma Paulose II 2010
Eritrea Patriarch Antonios 2004
Jerusalem (Armenian) (Titular) Patriarch Nourhan 2013
Cilicia (Armenian) (Titular) Catholicos Aram I 1995
Constantinople (Armenian) (Titular) Patriarch Mesrob II 1998

Popes and Patriarchs of Independent Catholic Churches[edit]

Patriarch of Venezuelan Catholic Apostolic Church[edit]

See Bishop Election
San Juan Bautista Patriarch Guillermo Bornacelli 1961

Pope of Palmarian Catholic Church[edit]

See Bishop Election
El Palmar de Troya Pope Peter III 2016

Patriarch of Ukrainian Orthodox Greek Catholic Church[edit]

See Bishop Election
Pidhirtsi Patriarch Elijah Anthony Dohnal 2008

Patriarch of the Czechoslovak Hussite Church[edit]

See Bishop Election
Prague Patriarch Tomáš Butta 2006


See also[edit]

  • List of current Christian leaders
  • Patriarchs
  • List of Primates in the Anglican Communion

References[edit]

External links[edit]

The Greek Orthodox Patriarch of Alexandria has the title Pope and Patriarch of Alexandria and all Africa.

The following list contains all the incumbents of the Greek Orthodox Patriarchate of Alexandria.

Patriarchs of Alexandria before the Council of Chalcedon[edit]

  1. Mark the Evangelist (43–68)
  2. Anianus (68–82)
  3. Avilius (83–95)
  4. Kedronus (96–106)
  5. Primus (106–118)
  6. Justus (118–129)
  7. Eumenes (131–141)
  8. Markianos (142–152)
  9. Celadion (152–166)
  10. Agrippinus (167–178)
  11. Julian (178–189)
  12. Demetrius I (189–232)
  13. Heraclas (232–248)
  14. Dionysius (248–264)
  15. Maximus (265–282)
  16. Theonas (282–300)
  17. Peter I (300–311)
  18. Achillas (312–313)
  19. Alexander I (313–326) First ecumenical Council occurred
    vacant (326–328)
  20. Athanasius I (328–339) Served as a Deacon for the First Council; became Pope of Alexandria
    Gregory of Cappadocia (339–346), Arian Patriarch; not accepted by the adherents of the Nicene creed (and thus not counted by Coptic Orthodox, Byzantine Orthodox or Catholic lineages).
    Athanasius I (346–373) (restored)
  21. Peter II (373–380)
    Lucius of Alexandria (373–377), an Arian installed by the Emperor and not recognized by the adherents of the Nicene Creed
  22. Timothy I (380–385) Second Ecumenical Council occurred
  23. Theophilus I (385–412)
  24. Cyril I (412–444) Third Ecumenical Council occurred
  25. Dioscorus I (444–451) Fourth Ecumenical Council occurred - Schism between Eastern Orthodoxy and Oriental Orthodoxy - Dioscorus was deposed by the Council of Chalcedon

Greek Orthodox Patriarchs of Alexandria after Chalcedon[edit]

  1. Proterius (451–457)
  2. vacant (457–460)
  3. Timothy III Salophakiolos (460–475)
    vacant (475–477)
    Timothy III Salophakiolos (477–482) (restored)
  4. John I Talaias (482)
    vacant (482–536)
  5. Gainas (536–537)
  6. Paul (537–542)
  7. Zoilus (542–551)
  8. Apollinarius (551–569)
  9. John IV (569–579)
    vacant (579–581)
  10. Eulogius I (581–608)
  11. Theodore I (608–610)
  12. John V the Merciful (610–621)
  13. George I (621–630)
  14. Cyrus (631–641) Islam entered Egypt
    vacant (641–642)
  15. Peter IV (642–651)
    Theodore II
  16. Peter V
  17. Peter VI
    Theophylactus
    Onopsus
  18. Cosmas I (727–768)
  19. Politianus (768–813)
  20. Eustatius (813–817)
  21. Christopher I (817–841)
  22. Sophronius I (841–860)
  23. Michael I (860–870)
  24. Michael II (870–903)
    vacant (903–907)
  25. Christodoulos (907–932)
  26. Eutychius (932–940)
  27. Sophronius II (941)
  28. Isaac (941–954)
  29. Job (954–960)
    vacant (960–963)
  30. Elias I (963–1000)
  31. Arsenius (1000–1010)
  32. Theophilus (1010–1020)
  33. George II (1021–1051)
  34. Leontius (1052–1059)
  35. Alexander II (1059–1062)
  36. John VI Kodonatos (1062–1100)
    Eulogius II (1100–1117) Coadjutor?
  37. Cyril II (1100– )
  38. Sabbas (1117– )
    Theodosius II ( –1137) Coadjutor?
  39. Sophronius III (1137–1171)
  40. Elias II (1171–1175)
  41. Eleutherius (1175–1180)
  42. Mark III (1180–1209)
  43. Nicholas I (1210–1243)
  44. Gregory I (1243–1263)
  45. Nicholas II (1263–1276)
  46. Athanasius III (1276–1316)
  47. Gregory II (1316–1354)
  48. Gregory III (1354–1366)
  49. Niphon (1366–1385)
  50. Mark IV (1385–1389)
  51. Nicholas III (1389–1398)
  52. Gregory IV (1398–1412)
  53. Nicholas IV (1412–1417)
  54. Athanasius IV (1417–1425)
  55. Mark V (1425–1435)
  56. Philotheus (1435–1459)
  57. Mark VI (1459–1484)
  58. Gregory V (1484–1486)
  59. Joachim Pany (1486–1567)
    vacant (1567–1569)
  60. Silvester (1569–1590)
  61. Meletius I (1590–1601)
  62. Cyril III Loucaris (1601–1620)
  63. Gerasimus I Spartaliotes (1620–1636)
  64. Metrophanes Kritikopoulos (1636–1639)
  65. Nicephorus (1639–1645)
  66. Joannicius (1645–1657)
  67. Paisius (1657–1678)
  68. Parthenius I (1678–1688)
  69. Gerasimus II Paladas (1688–1710)
  70. Samuel Kapasoulis (1710–1712)
  71. Cosmas II (1712–1714)
    Samuel (restored) (1714–1723)
    Cosmas II (restored) (1723–1736)
  72. Cosmas III (1737–1746)
  73. Matthew Psaltis (1746–1766)
  74. Cyprian (1766–1783)
  75. Gerasimus III Gimaris (1783–1788)
  76. Parthenius II Pankostas (1788–1805)
  77. Theophilus III Pankostas (1805–1825)
  78. Hierotheus I (1825–1845)
  79. Artemius (1845–1847)
  80. Hierotheus II (1847–1858)
  81. Callinicus (1858–1861)
  82. Jacob (1861–1865)
  83. Nicanor (1866–1869)
  84. Sophronius IV (1870–1899)
  85. Photius (1900–1925)
  86. Meletius II Metaxakis (1926–1935)
  87. Nicholas V (1936–1939)
  88. Christopher II (1939–1966)
    vacant (1966–1968)
  89. Nicholas VI (1968–1986)
  90. Parthenius III (1986–1996)
  91. Peter VII (1997–2004)
  92. Theodore II (2004–present)

See also[edit]

  • Greek Orthodox Church of Alexandria
  • List of Patriarchs of Alexandria, for the earlier Patriarchs of Alexandria prior to the schism.
  • List of Coptic Orthodox Popes of Alexandria, for the Popes of the Coptic Orthodox Church.

References[edit]

Warning: Default sort key "Greek Orthodox Patriarchs of Alexandria" overrides earlier default sort key "List Of Current Patriarchs".

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