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us: Suomen ortodoksinen kirkko



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    • us: Finli͡andskai͡a pravoslavnai͡a t͡serkov
    • us: Orthodox Eastern Church, Finnish
    • us: Orthodox Church of Finland
    • us: Finnish Orthodox Church
    • us: Finska ortodoxa kyrkan
    • us: Égllése ortodoxe de Finlande
    • us: Orthodoxe Kirche Finnlands
    • us: Φινλανδικτ̔̈«”αδ· Ορθτ̔̈«”ϐϐ·δοξη Εκκληστ̔̈«”αε·α
    • us: Phinlandikē Orthodoxē Ekklēsia
    • us: Iglesia Ortodoxa de Finlandia
    • us: Église orthodoxe de Finlande
    • us: Eaglais Cheartchreidmheach na Fionlainn
    • us: Finska pravoslavna crkva
    • us: Finske ortodokse kirke
    • us: Finn ortodox egyház
    • us: Финска православна црква
    • us: Fiński Kościół Prawosławny
    • us: Fiński Prawosławny Kościół Autonomiczny
    • us: Biserica Ortodoxă Finlandeză
    • us: Православная церковь Финляндии
    • us: Pravoslavnai͡a t͡serkovʹ Finli͡andii
    • us: Фінляндська православна церква
    • us: Finli͡andsʹka pravoslavna t͡serkva
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  • Earlier Established Forms

    • Orthodox Eastern Church, Finnish
  • Sources

    • found: Khariton, hegumen of Valaamskiĭ Spaso-Preobrazhenskiĭ monastyrʹ. Vvedenīe novago stili͡a ... 1927.
    • found: The Finnish Lutheran-Orthodox dialogue, 1993: pref. (Finnish Orthodox Church)
    • found: World Christian ency., 1982: p. 294 (Suomen Ortodoksinen Kirkko; Orthodox Church of Finland)
    • found: The Orthodox Church of Finland, 2003: p. 11 (the autonomous Orthodox Church of Finland under the Ecumenical Patriarchate of Constantinople) p. 12 (member of the World Council of Churches)
    • found: Wikipedia, June 15, 2012 (The Finnish Orthodox Church (Finnish: Suomen ortodoksinen kirkko; Swedish: Finska Ortodoxa Kyrkan) is an autonomous Orthodox archdiocese of the Patriarchate of Constantinople. The Church has a legal position as a national church in the country, along with the Evangelical Lutheran Church of Finland. Founder: Nicholas II in 1892; Independence: 1917. Recognition: Autonomy recognised in 1923 by the Ecumenical Patriarchate of Constantinople and in 1957 by the Russian Orthodox church) Franco-Provençal/Arpitan page (Égllése ortodoxe de Finlande) German page (Orthodoxe Kirche Finnlands) Greek page (Φινλανδικτ̔̈«”αδ· Ορθτ̔̈«”ϐϐ·δοξη Εκκληστ̔̈«”αε·α = Phinlandikē Orthodoxē Ekklēsia) Spanish page (Iglesia ortodoxa de Finlandia) French page (Église orthodoxe de Finlande) Irish page (Eaglais Cheartchreidmheach na Fionlainn) Croatian page (Finska pravoslavna Crkva) Hungarian page (Finn ortodox egyház) Macedonian page (Финска Православна црква = Finska Pravoslavna crkva) Norwegian page (Den finske ortodokse kirke) Polish page (FiЃnski KoЃsciЃo Prawosawny; FiЃnski Prawosawny KoЃsciЃo Autonomiczny) Romanian page (Biserica OrtodoxІa FinlandezІa) Russian page (Православная церковь Финляндии = PravoslavnaЋiЌa ЋtЌserkov FinlЋiЌandii) Serbian page (Финска православна црква = Finska pravoslavna crkva) Swedish page (Finska ortodoxa kyrkan) Ukrainian page (Фінляндська Православна Церква = FinlЋiЌandska Pravoslavna ЋTЌSerkva)
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    • 1980-10-21: new
    • 2012-07-01: revised
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