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Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Alba Iulia (Hungarian: Gyulafeh rv ri
R mai Katolikus rseks g) is an archdiocese in Transylvania,
Romania. It was established as the Diocese of Transylvania in 1009
by Stephen I of Hungary and was renamed as the Diocese of Alba
Iulia on 22 March 1932. It was raised to the rank of an archdiocese
by Pope John Paul II on 5 August 1991. The archdiocese covers
Transylvania proper-the counties of Alba, Bistri a-N s ud, Bra ov,
Cluj, Covasna, Harghita, Hunedoara, Mure, S laj and Sibiu, of which
11% are Roman Catholic, with concentrations in parts of Harghita
and Covasna counties. Its adherents are predominantly Hungarian. It
is directly subordinate to the Vatican. Its archbishop since 1994
has been Gy rgy Jakubinyi.
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