According to one its website, the ROCE currently has twelve [[parish]]es, missions and home [[chapel]]s, along with one convent, in the United States; eight parishes, missions and chapels, along with two [[monasticism|monastic]] [[skete]]s, in Canada; two parishes and one convent in South America; eleven parishes and missions in Europe; and a "[[deanery]]" of [[clergy]] and monastics in Russia, at twenty-three parishes and three monasteries. The ROCE also has a handful of clergy and laymen throughout the world which hold allegiance to it but may not have any parish associated with them, and a number of communities across Russia which remain unlisted to avoid unwanted attention from the state. It should be noted that of the group that original formed the ROCE, they have since broken into several rival jurisdictions. In 2006, the groups only legitimate bishop, [[Varnava (Prokofiev) of Cannes]] asked to return, and was reaccepted into, the [[ROCOR]]. The group subsequently splintered into four groups.
* A group of clergy and parishioners from Bp. Varnava's diocese joined a self-proclaimed sect, the so-called [[Russian True Orthodox Church]].
* A group splintering from the Nikita Orlov, which also uses the name "Russian Orthodox Church", commonly referred to as the "Zinoviev-Balabanov faction". It is headed by Damaskin Balabanov and Ioann Zinoviev. [http://www.ispovednik.org/ (2)]
* A group still using the name "Russian Orthodox Church in Exile", headed out of Mansonville by Vladimir Tselischev commonly called ROCIE (V). [http://www.rocor-v.com/rocor/index.html (3)] There have been rumors of a split within this group between Tselischev and Anthony Rudey, the bishop in Moldova, though these have been confirmed officially.
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