The Holy See's Annuario Pontificio gives the following list of Eastern Catholic Churches and of countries in which they possess an episcopal ecclesiastical jurisdiction (date of union or foundation in parenthesis):

  • Alexandrian liturgical tradition

    • Coptic Catholic Church (patriarchate): Egypt (1741)

    • Ethiopian Catholic Church (metropolia): Ethiopia, Eritrea (1846)

  • Antiochian (Antiochene or West-Syrian) liturgical tradition

    • Maronite Church (patriarchate): Lebanon, Cyprus, Jordan, Israel, Palestine, Egypt, Syria, Argentina, Brazil, United States, Australia, Canada, Mexico (union re-affirmed 1182)

    • Syriac Catholic Church (patriarchate): Lebanon, Iraq, Jordan, Kuwait, Palestine, Egypt, Sudan, Syria, Turkey, United States and Canada, Venezuela (1781)

    • Syro-Malankara Catholic Church (major archiepiscopate): India, United States (1930)

  • Armenian liturgical tradition:

    • Armenian Catholic Church (patriarchate): Lebanon, Iran, Iraq, Egypt, Syria, Turkey, Jordan, Palestine, Ukraine, France, Greece, Latin America, Argentina, Romania, United States, Canada, Eastern Europe (1742)

  • Chaldean or East Syrian liturgical tradition:

    • Chaldean Catholic Church (patriarchate): Iraq, Iran, Lebanon, Egypt, Syria, Turkey, United States (1692)

    • Syro-Malabar Church (major archiepiscopate): India, United States (at latest, 1599)

  • Byzantine Rite|Byzantine (Constantinopolitan) liturgical tradition:

    • Albanian Greek Catholic Church (apostolic administration): Albania (1628)

    • Belarusian Greek Catholic Church (no established hierarchy at present): Belarus (1596)

    • Bulgarian Greek Catholic Church (apostolic exarchate): Bulgaria (1861)

    • Byzantine Church of the Eparchy of KriĹževci (an eparchy and an apostolic exarchate): Croatia, Serbia and Montenegro (1611)

    • Greek Byzantine Catholic Church (two apostolic exarchates): Greece, Turkey (1829)

    • Hungarian Greek Catholic Church (an eparchy and an apostolic exarchate): Hungary (1646)

    • Italo-Albanian Catholic Church (two eparchies and a territorial abbacy): Italy (Never separated)

    • Macedonian Greek Catholic Church (an apostolic exarchate): Republic of Macedonia (1918)

    • Melkite Greek Catholic Church (patriarchate): Syria, Lebanon, Jordan, Israel, Jerusalem, Brazil, United States, Canada, Mexico, Iraq, Egypt and Sudan, Kuwait, Australia, Venezuela, Argentina (1726)

    • Romanian Church United with Rome, Greek-Catholic (major archiepiscopate): Romania, United States (1697)

    • Russian Catholic Church: (two apostolic exarchates, at present with no published hierarchs): Russia, China (1905); currently about 20 parishes and communities scattered around the world, including five in Russia itself, answering to bishops of other jurisdictions

    • Ruthenian Catholic Church (a sui juris metropolia, an eparchy, and an apostolic exarchate): United States, Ukraine, Czech Republic (1646)

    • Slovak Greek Catholic Church (metropolia): Slovak Republic, Canada (1646)

    • Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church (major archiepiscopate): Ukraine, Poland, United States, Canada, Great Britain, Australia, Germany and Scandinavia, France, Brazil, Argentina (1595)