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195. Albany (Diocese), New York
Alexandria (Diocese), Louisiana
Allentown (Diocese), Pennsylvania
Altoona-Johnstown (Diocese), Pennsylvania
Amarillo (Diocese), Texas
Anchorage (Archdiocese), Alaska
Arlington (Diocese), Virginia
Atlanta (Archdiocese), Georgia
Austin (Diocese), Texas
Baker (Diocese), Oregon
Baltimore (Archdiocese), Maryland
Baton Rouge (Diocese), Louisiana
Beaumont (Diocese), Texas
Belleville (Diocese), Illinois
Biloxi (Diocese), Mississippi
Birmingham (Diocese), Alabama
Bismarck (Diocese), North Dakota
Boise City (Diocese), Idaho
Boston (Archdiocese), Massachusetts
Bridgeport (Diocese), Connecticut
Brooklyn (Diocese), New York
Brownsville (Diocese), Texas
Buffalo (Diocese), New York
Burlington (Diocese), Vermont
Camden (Diocese), New Jersey
Charleston (Diocese), South Carolina
Charlotte (Diocese), North Carolina
Cheyenne (Diocese), Wyoming
Chicago (Archdiocese), Illinois
Cincinnati (Archdiocese), Ohio
Cleveland (Diocese), Ohio
Colorado Springs (Diocese), Colorado
Columbus (Diocese), Ohio
Corpus Christi (Diocese), Texas
Covington (Diocese), Kentucky
Crookston (Diocese), Minnesota
Dallas (Diocese), Texas
Davenport (Diocese), Iowa
Denver (Archdiocese), Colorado
Des Moines (Diocese), Iowa
Detroit (Archdiocese), Michigan
Dodge City (Diocese), Kansas
Dubuque (Archdiocese), Iowa
Duluth (Diocese), Minnesota
El Paso (Diocese), Texas
Erie (Diocese), Pennsylvania
Evansville (Diocese), Indiana
Fairbanks (Diocese), Alaska
Fall River (Diocese), Massachusetts
Fargo (Diocese), North Dakota
Fort Wayne-South Bend (Diocese), Indiana
Fort Worth (Diocese), Texas
Fresno (Diocese), California
Gallup (Diocese), New Mexico
Galveston-Houston (Archdiocese), Texas
Gary (Diocese), Indiana
Gaylord (Diocese), Michigan
Grand Island (Diocese), Nebraska
Grand Rapids (Diocese), Michigan
Great Falls-Billings (Diocese), Montana
Green Bay (Diocese), Wisconsin
Greensburg (Diocese), Pennsylvania
Harrisburg (Diocese), Pennsylvania
Hartford (Archdiocese), Connecticut
Helena (Diocese), Montana
Honolulu (Diocese), Hawaii
Houma-Thibodaux (Diocese), Louisiana
Indianapolis (Archdiocese), Indiana
Jackson (Diocese), Mississippi
Jefferson City (Diocese), Missouri
Joliet in Illinois (Diocese)
Juneau (Diocese), Alaska
Kalamazoo (Diocese), Michigan
Kansas City in Kansas (Archdiocese)
Kansas City-Saint Joseph (Diocese), Missouri
Knoxville (Diocese), Tennessee
La Crosse (Diocese), Wisconsin
Lafayette (Diocese), Louisiana
Lafayette in Indiana (Diocese)
Lake Charles (Diocese), Louisiana
Lansing (Diocese), Michigan
Laredo (Diocese), Texas
Las Cruces (Diocese), New Mexico
Las Vegas (Diocese), Nevada
Lexington (Diocese), Kentucky
Lincoln (Diocese), Nebraska
Little Rock (Diocese), Arkansas
Los Angeles (Archdiocese), California
Louisville (Archdiocese), Kentucky
Lubbock (Diocese), Texas
Madison (Diocese), Wisconsin
Manchester (Diocese), New Hampshire
Marquette (Diocese), Michigan
Memphis (Diocese), Tennessee
Metuchen (Diocese), New Jersey
Miami (Archdiocese), Florida
Milwaukee (Archdiocese), Wisconsin
Mobile (Archdiocese), Alabama
Monterey in California (Diocese)
Nashville (Diocese), Tennessee
New Orleans (Archdiocese), Louisiana
New Ulm (Diocese), Minnesota
New York (Archdiocese), New York
Newark (Archdiocese), New Jersey
Newton (Our Lady of the Annunciation in Boston) (Melkite) (Eparchy)
Norwich (Diocese), Connecticut
Oakland (Diocese), California
Ogdensburg (Diocese), New York
Oklahoma City (Archdiocese), Oklahoma
Omaha (Archdiocese), Nebraska
Orange in California (Diocese)
Orlando (Diocese), Florida
Our Lady of Deliverance of Newark (Syrian) (Eparchy)
Our Lady of Lebanon of Los Angeles (Maronite) (Eparchy), California
Our Lady of Nareg in New York (Armenian) (Eparchy)
Owensboro (Diocese), Kentucky
Palm Beach (Diocese), Florida
Parma (Ruthenian) (Eparchy), Ohio
Passaic (Ruthenian) (Eparchy), New Jersey
Paterson (Diocese), New Jersey
Pensacola-Tallahassee (Diocese), Florida
Peoria (Diocese), Illinois
Philadelphia (Archdiocese), Pennsylvania
Philadelphia (Ukrainian) (Archeparchy), Pennsylvania
Phoenix (Diocese), Arizona
Pittsburgh (Diocese), Pennsylvania
Pittsburgh (Ruthenian) (Archeparchy), Pennsylvania
Portland (Diocese), Maine
Portland in Oregon (Archdiocese)
Providence (Diocese), Rhode Island
Pueblo (Diocese), Colorado
Raleigh (Diocese), North Carolina
Rapid City (Diocese), South Dakota
Reno (Diocese), Nevada
Richmond (Diocese), Virginia
Rochester (Diocese), New York
Rockford (Diocese), Illinois
Rockville Centre (Diocese), New York
Sacramento (Diocese), California
Saginaw (Diocese), Michigan
Saint Augustine (Diocese), Florida
Saint Cloud (Diocese), Minnesota
Saint George's in Canton (Romanian) (Eparchy)
Saint Josaphat in Parma (Ukrainian) (Eparchy)
Saint Louis (Archdiocese), Missouri
Saint Maron of Brooklyn (Maronite) (Eparchy), New York
Saint Nicolas of Chicago (Ukrainian) (Eparchy), Illinois
Saint Paul and Minneapolis (Archdiocese), Minnesota
Saint Peter the Apostle of San Diego (Chaldean) (Eparchy)
Saint Petersburg (Diocese), Florida
Saint Thomas (Diocese), American Virgin Islands
Saint Thomas the Apostle of Chicago (Syro-Malabarese) (Eparchy), Illinois
Saint Thomas the Apostle of Detroit (Chaldean) (Eparchy)
Salina (Diocese), Kansas
Salt Lake City (Diocese), Utah
San Angelo (Diocese), Texas
San Antonio (Archdiocese), Texas
San Bernardino (Diocese), California
San Diego (Diocese), California
San Francisco (Archdiocese), California
San Jose in California (Diocese)
Santa Fe (Archdiocese), New Mexico
Santa Rosa in California (Diocese)
Savannah (Diocese), Georgia
Scranton (Diocese), Pennsylvania
Seattle (Archdiocese), Washington
Shreveport (Diocese), Louisiana
Sioux City (Diocese), Iowa
Sioux Falls (Diocese), South Dakota
Spokane (Diocese), Washington
Springfield (Diocese), Massachusetts
Springfield in Illinois (Diocese)
Springfield-Cape Girardeau (Diocese), Missouri
Stamford (Ukrainian) (Eparchy)
Steubenville (Diocese), Ohio
Stockton (Diocese), California
Superior (Diocese), Wisconsin
Syracuse (Diocese), New York
Toledo (Diocese), Ohio
Trenton (Diocese), New Jersey
Tucson (Diocese), Arizona
Tulsa (Diocese), Oklahoma
Tyler (Diocese), Texas
United States of America, Military (Military Ordinariate)
Van Nuys (Ruthenian) (Eparchy), California
Venice (Diocese), Florida
Victoria in Texas (Diocese)
Washington (Archdiocese), District of Columbia
Wheeling-Charleston (Diocese), West Virginia
Wichita (Diocese), Kansas
Wilmington (Diocese), Delaware
Winona (Diocese), Minnesota
Worcester (Diocese), Massachusetts
Yakima (Diocese), Washington
Youngstown (Diocese), Ohio
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