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  1. Cleveland’s Albanians of the Orthodox Faith founded the Society of St. E Premte in 1938. They chose St E Premte as their patron saint. She was born in Serbia and died a martyr’s death in Tarnova. Her relics were eventually interred in the Three Hierarchs Church of Iasi, Romania, where ceremonies are held annually on her feast day of July 26.

  2. 1875 Live Oak Dr. Jacksonville, FL. 32246-2138. St. Anne Romanian Orthodox Church Jacksonville, FL.

  3. 3256 Warren Road. Cleveland, Ohio 44111. Phone: (216) 941-5550. Fax: (216) 941-3068. E-mail: st.mary.cathedral@sbcglobal.net. St. Mary founded in 1904, is the oldest Romanian Orthodox parish in the United States. Prior to the building of today cathedral in Cleveland Kamm Corners neighborhood in 1960, the church home was on Detroit Avenue in the ...

  4. Jul 20, 1998 · Romanian Orthodox Church, the largest autocephalous, or ecclesiastically independent, Eastern Orthodox church in the Balkans today. It is the church to which the majority of Romanians belong, and in the late 20th century it had a membership of more than 16 million. Christianity first reached Dacia (roughly coextensive with modern Romania) under ...

  5. Romanian Orthodox Churches in Cincinnati on YP.com. See reviews, photos, directions, phone numbers and more for the best Orthodox Churches in Cincinnati, OH.

  6. St. Mary founded in 1904, is the oldest Romanian Orthodox parish in the United States. Prior to the building of today cathedral in Cleveland Kamm Corners neighborhood in 1960, the church home was on Detroit Avenue in the old Romanian area of the city.

  7. Mary Romanian Orthodox Cathedral, 3256 Warren Road, Cleveland, Ohio 44111 will observe the celebration of their parish centennial jubilee. This 100th anniversary marks not only the feast of a parish but the joy of a century of Romanian Orthodoxy in the United States of America. St. Mary is the oldest among all Romanian parishes established here.

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