Elsewhere: [[Cyprus]], [[Cairo]], [[Eparchy of San Charbel of Buenos Aires (Maronite)|Buenos Aires]], [[Eparchy of Our Lady of Lebanon of São Paulo|São Paulo]], [[Maronite Eparchy of Saint Maron of Sydney|Sydney]], [[Eparchy of Saint Maron of Montreal|Montreal]], [[Mexico]], [[Maronite Catholic Eparchy of Our Lady of Lebanon of Los Angeles|Los Angeles]] and [[Eparchy of St. Maron of Brooklyn|Brooklyn]]
The exact worldwide Maronite population is not exactly known, being estimated at more than 3 million, according to the [[Catholic Near East Welfare Association]].
Based on a 2007 report, there are approximately 930 ,000 Maronites in [[ Lebanon]], where they constitute up to 22 percent of the population.<ref name=freedom> [http://www.state.gov/g/drl/rls/irf/2008/108487.htm Lebanon - International Religious Freedom Report 2008 ] U.S. Department of State . Retrieved on 2009-09-04.</ref> Syrian Maronites total 51,000 and they follow the archdioceses of [[Aleppo]] and [[Damascus]] and the [[Diocese]] of [[Latakia]].<ref name="annuario"> [http://www.cnewacanada.ca/source-images/Roberson-eastcath-statistics/eastcatholic-stat08.pdf Annuario Pontificio : ''The Eastern Catholic Churches 2008'' ]. Retrieved 25 January 2010.</ref> There is also a [[Maronites in Cyprus|Maronite community in Cyprus]] of about 10 ,000,<ref name="annuario"/> which speaks [[ Cypriot Maronite Arabic]].<ref>Maria Tsiapera , ''A Descriptive Analysis of Cypriot Maronite Arabic '', 1969 , Mouton and Company , The Hague, 69 pages</ref><ref> [http://moi.gov.cy/new/admin/sections/filedepot/uploaded/file/PDF_FILES/EuropeanCharterForRegionalMinorities.pdf Cyprus Ministry of Interior : ''[[European Charter for Regional or Minority Languages]] : Answers to the Comments/Questions Submitted to the Government of Cyprus Regarding its Initial Periodical Report '']. Retrieved 25 January 2010.</ref> A noticeable [[Maronites in Israel|Maronite community]] exists in northern Israel (Galilee), numbering 7 ,504,<ref name="annuario"/> being famous for its preservation attempts of the Aramaic language.