There are only a few parishes/missions in Russia itself. 2 in Moscow, 2 in St. Petersburg, 2 in Siberia. All are currently served by three priests, all are Russian. One priest serves Liturgy according to the Old Rite. The Apostolic Exarchate of Moscow still officially exists but the Holy Father has declined to ordain a hierarch for this Church so as not to upset the Russian Patriarch. There are about 20 parishes/missions througout the US, Argentina, Brazil, Germany, France, Netherlands, Finland, Italy, and Australia. These are generally served by biritual priests or priests from other Greek Catholic Churches. From their beginning their Liturgy has been unlatinizied and there has never been any pressure on them to do so.