The recent changes in the frontier of Carpathian Ukraine, involving the ceding of a strip of territory, including Uzhorod, the capital, to Hungary, have necessitated a reorganization of the Ukranian Catholic (Byzantine) diocese.
Mgr. Stoyka, Bishop of Uzhorod, is now in Hungary, and will probably remain as Bishop of those Ukranian and Slovak Catholics of Eastern Rite who have not followed the CarpathoUkranian Government into the reduced Ukranian State.
The Holy See has nominated Mgr. Dionyaius Narady as Vicar Apostolic of Carpathian Ukraine, and he is now on his way to Chust, the new capital, from Yugoslavia.
Mgr. Narady was Bishop of the territory before a See was established at Ushered, and is therefore no stranger to the country. He will administer some 400,000 Ukranlan Catholics. A cathedral is being planned at Chust.