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At the end of World War II, Transcarpathia with the diocese of Mukačevo was annexed by the Soviet Union.

The diocese of Prešov then included all the Greek Catholics that remained in Czechoslovakia.

In recent times, however, they have been absorbed into Slovak culture to a certain extent, as very few religious books are available in Rusyn, and the liturgy is almost always celebrated in either Church Slavonic or Slovak.Indeed, for centuries their histories were intertwined, since the 1646 Union of Užhorod was almost unanimously accepted in the territory that is now eastern Slovakia.At the end of World War I, most Greek Catholic Ruthenians and Slovaks were included within the territory of the new Czechoslovak republic, including the dioceses of Prešov and Mukačevo.They have a separate diocese, however, in Canada, at present presided over by Bishop John Pažak (Eparchy of Sts.Cyril and Methodius of Toronto, 223 Carlton Road, Unionville, Ontario L3R 2L8).

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