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Chronology of Catholic Dioceses:Russia

See a list of abbreviations used in this list. See also our listing of current ecclesial jurisdictions: Russia - European area and Russia - Asian area.

This is merely a first draft. For practical reasons, also several areas no longer part of Russia, but previously part of the Soviet Union or pre-revolution Russia, is sometimes included in this draft. The period before 1772 is not yet well consolidated. Also, the chronology of the Eastern-Rite jurisdictions is very incomplete.

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1321
Kiev / Kijów (detached from ....) - (Poland) Ukraine
1321
Zytomir (detached from ....) - (Poland) Ukraine
1378-1386
Kamieniec (detached from ....) - (Poland) Ukraine
1636
Smolensk (detached from ....) - (Poland) Russia
1772?
Livland / Livonia (suppressed) - (Latvia) Russia
1772
White Russia / Mohilev (erected by the Russian tsarina, later sanctioned by the Holy See, erected from territories of .... ??) - (Russia) Belarus
1783
Smolensk (suppressed, incorporated in Mohilev) - Russia
1783
Mohilev (AD) - (Russia) Belarus
1792
Lutsk / Luck (suppressed by the Russians) - (Polish Russia) Ukraine
1798
Kamieniec [Lat.] (revived, detached from ....) - (Polish Russia) Ukraine
1798
Kiev / Kijow (suppressed, incorporated in Zhytomir) - (Russia) Ukraine
1798
Lutsk / Luck (reerected) - (Polish Russia) Ukraine
1798
Lutsk and Zytomir (united) - (Polish Russia) Ukraine
1798
Minsk (detached from Mohilev) - (Russia) Belarus
1798
Minsk [Ruth.-Byz.] (detached from Mohilev) - (Russia) Belarus
1798
Mohilev (Metr., previously AD) - (Russia) Belarus
1798
Samogitia (revival of the ancient diocese of Livonia, detached from ....) - (Polish Russia) Ukraine
1798
Vilna (detached from ....) - (Polish Russia ??) Lithuania
1848
Cherson (detached from Mohilev) - (Russia) Ukraine
1850
Artvin [Arm.] - (Turkey, Russia from 1877) Turkey
1852
Tiraspol (new name, previously Cherson) - Russia
1855-1875?
Minsk [Ruth.-Byz.] (suppressed by the Tsar, abandoned) - (Russia) Belarus
1866
Lutsk, Zytomir and Kamieniec (union as Kamieniec was suppressed by Russia, administered by Lutsk / Luck) - (Russian Poland) Ukraine
1866
Minsk (suppressed by the Tsar, canonically not abolished, de facto joined to Mogilev) - (Russia) Belarus
1866
Podlasie (suppressed by the Tsar, canonically not abolished, de facto joined to Lublin) - (Russian Poland) Poland
1917
Russia [Russ.-Byz.] (ApEx, detached from the care of Mohilev) - Russia
1918
Kamieniec [Lat.] (revived, detached from Lutsk, Zytomir and Kamieniec) - (Poland, Russia) Ukraine
1918
Lutsk and Zytomir (new name) - (Poland, Russia) Ukraine
1921
Sibiria (AV, detached from Mohilev) - Russia
1923
Vladivostok (D, detached from Sibiria AV) - Russia
1925
Lutsk / Luck [Lat.] (detached from Luck and Zytomir) - Poland (Belarus)
1925
Pinsk [Lat.] (detached from ...) - Poland (Belarus) Belarus
1925
Zytomir (new name, previously Luck and Zytomir) - Poland (Belarus)

1926 - erection of Apostolic Administrations without the formal abolition of the dioceses they supplant:

- Within Mohilev:

1926
Mohilev (AA) - (Soviet Union) Belarus
1926
Moskva (AA) - (Soviet Union) Russia
1926
Leningrad (AA) - (Soviet Union) Russia
1926
Kharkov (AA) - (Soviet Union) Ukraine
1926
Kazan, Samara and Simbirsk (AA, the Samara area however really within Tiraspol diocese) - (Soviet Union) Russia

- Within Tiraspol (Armenians: connected to Artvin)::

1926
Odessa (AA, for the southern part of Diocese of Tiraspol) - (Soviet Union) Ukraine
1926
Caucasus (AA) - (Soviet Union) Russia
1926
Tiflis and Georgia (AA) - (Soviet Union) Georgia
1926
Volga (AA) - (Soviet Union) Russia
1926 (1921)
AA for the Armenians in all of Russia [Arm.] see: Tbilisi in Georgia - (Soviet Union) Georgia, Tbilisi, etc.

- Within VA Sibiria:

1926
Western Sibiria (AA, failed immediately) - (Soviet Union) Russia

1932
Karafuto (Miss., detached from Sapporo) - (Japan) Russia
1938
Karafuto (AP) - (Japan) Russia

1991 - last year the Apostolic Administrations of 1926 are mentioned in the Annuario Pontificio

1991
Grodno [Lat.] (detached from Vilnius) - Belarus
1991
Minsk-Mohilev [Lat.] (Metr., union of Mohilev [Metr.], and of Minsk [Dioc.]) - Belarus

1991 - erection of Apostolic Administrations without the formal abolition of Tiraspol or Vladivostok, although Mohilev reduced to Belarussian territory):

1991
Eastern Europe [Arm.] (ExAp, revival of AA for the Armenians in all of Russia) - Armenia, etc.
1991
European Russia (AA, detached from Mohilev, and from Tiraspol) - Russia, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia
1991
Kazakhstan (AA, covering the Kasakh part of the 1921 AV Sibiria) - Kazakhstan
1991
Sibiria (AA, covering the Russian part of the 1921 AV Sibiria, and de facto the defunct D Vladivostok, and AP Karafuto) - Russia

1993
Caucasus [Lat.] (AA, detached from European Russia) - Georgia, Armenia, Azerbaijan
1997
Kyrgyzstan (Miss., covering the Kyrgyz part of the 1921 AV Sibiria, since 1991 administered by AA Kazakhstan) - Kyrgyzstan
1997
Tajikistan (Miss., covering the Tajik part of the 1921 AV Sibiria, since 1991 administered by AA Kazakhstan) - Tajikistan
1997
Turkmenistan (Miss., covering the Turkmen part of the 1921 AV Sibiria, since 1991 administered by AA Kazakhstan) - Turkmenistan
1997
Uzbekistan (Miss., covering the Uzbek part of the 1921 AV Sibiria, since 1991 administered by AA Kazakhstan) - Uzbekistan
1999
Vitebsk (detached from Minsk-Mohilev) - Belarus
1999
Almaty (AA, detached from Kazakhstan) - Kazakhstan
1999
Astana (AA, detached from Kazakhstan) - Kazakhstan
1999
Atyrau (AA, detached from Kazakhstan) - Kazakhstan
1999
Karaganda (D, and new name, previously Kazakhstan) - Kazakhstan
1999
Northern European Russia [Lat.] (AA, new name, previously European Russia) - Russia
1999
Southern European Russia [Lat.] (AA, detached from European Russia) - Russia
1999
Eastern Sibiria [Lat.] (AA, detached from Sibiria) - Russia
1999
Western Sibiria [Lat.] (AA, new name, previously Sibiria) - Russia
2000
Baku (Miss., detached from Caucasus) - Azerbaijan
2002
Mother of God in Moscow [Lat.] (Metr., and new name, previously Northern European Russia, AA) - Russia
2002
Saint Clement in Saratov [Lat.] (D, and new name, previously Southern European Russia AA) - Russia
2002
Saint Joseph in Irkutsk [Lat.] (D, and new name, previously Eastern Sibiria AA) - Russia
2002
Transfiguration in Novosibirsk [Lat.] (D, and new name, previously Western Sibiria AA) - Russia
2002
Yuzhno Sakhalinsk (AP, new name, previously Karafuto) - Russia