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Military Ordinariate of Lithuania

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Military Ordinariate of Lithuania

Lietuvos kariuomenes ordinariatas
Location
Country Lithuania
Coordinates54°40′56″N 25°16′58″E / 54.68222°N 25.28278°E / 54.68222; 25.28278Coordinates: 54°40′56″N 25°16′58″E / 54.68222°N 25.28278°E / 54.68222; 25.28278
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Information
DenominationRoman Catholic
RiteLatin Rite
Established25 November 2000 (20 years ago)
Current leadership
PopeFrancis
BishopVacant (Sede vacante)


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Some use of "" in your query was not closed by a matching "".Some use of "" in your query was not closed by a matching "". The Military Ordinariate of Lithuania (Lithuanian: Lietuvos kariuomenes ordinariatas) is a military ordinariate of the Roman Catholic Church. Immediately subject to the Holy See, it provides pastoral care to Roman Catholics serving in the Lithuanian Armed Forces and their families.

History[edit]

The military ordinariate was established by Pope John Paul II on 25 November 2000.[citation needed]

Military ordinaries[edit]

  • Eugenijus Bartulis (appointed 25 November 2000 – resigned 19 June 2010)
  • Gintaras Grusas (appointed 19 June 2010 – named Archbishop of Vilnius 5 April 2013)

References[edit]


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