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  CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Chaldean Christians
Kerkuk, Arbil, and Mosul, in the heart of the Tigris valley, in the valley of the Zab, in the mountains of Kurdistan.
It was not until the thirteenth century that the political revolutions of Central and Farther Asia permitted closer relations between the Nestorian Christians and the Roman Church, whose missionaries then reached the valley of the Tigris by way of the new Latin principalities.
The united Chaldeans soon chose as his successor Abdisho', the Metropolitan of Djeziret ibn-Omar (Beit-Zabdai'), who went to Rome (1562) during the pontificate of Pius IV, received there the pallium, and was invited to assist at the Council of Trent.
www.newadvent.org /cathen/03559a.htm   (2650 words)

  Chaldean - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Chaldean script is sometimes used to refer to the Eastern Syriac alphabet.
The 11th dynasty of the Kings of Babylon (6th century BC) is conventionally known to historians as the Chaldean Dynasty.
Chaldean mythology is a generalized term used to refer to all the mythologies of ancient Sumer, Akkad, Assyria and Babylonia.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Chaldean   (233 words)

 Chaldean Christians
The united Chaldeans soon chose as his successor Abdisho', the Metropolitan of Djeziret ibn-Omar (Beit-Zabdai'), who went to Rome (1562) during the pontificate of Pius IV, received there the pallium, and was invited to assist at the Council of Trent.
As a matter of fact the Chaldean patriarch resides habitually at Mosul and reserves for himself the direct administration of this diocese and that of Baghdad.
The Catholic Chaldeans of Malabar look always towards the (Catholic) Chaldean patriarchs, who never tire of urging the extension of their jurisdiction over the distant Malabar churches, historically united with the Church of Persia and its legitimate representatives.
www.catholicity.com /encyclopedia/c/chaldean_christians.html   (2900 words)

 Chaldean Catholic Church - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
This jurisdiction includes the Chaldean Catholic communities of Australia and New Zealand, and the first Bishop, named by Pope Benedict XVI on 21st October 2006, is Archbishop Djibrail Kassab,until this date, Archbishop of Bassorah in Iraq.
A meeting in 1996 between H.H Mar Dinkha IV of the Assyrian Church and Mar Raphael I Bidawad of the Chaldean Catholic Church began an effort to bring the two churches into eventual communion.
The current Patriarch is Mar Emmanuel III Delly, elected in 2003 on the death of Mar Bidawid.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Chaldean_Catholic_Church   (380 words)

 www.CHALDEAN.org > Home
Some Chaldeans traveled for three hours to join the tour and share in the celebration of new of the community campground.
Chaldean diocese volunteers came together to offer community tours of the camp property and answer any of their questions.
For some Chaldeans and their children the holiday still remains a bit confusing and for Americans who don’t value devotion to the saints, the Eve has become "hollow" instead of "hallow." The purpose behind it has been lost—like celebrating New Year’s Eve without a New Year’s Day.
www.chaldean.org   (3440 words)

 Chaldean Astrology
Chaldean Astrology has some unique characteristics about how the charts are read.
When a Chaldean Astrology chart is done four charts are created and read.
A class in Chaldean Astrology was already scheduled to be taught by one of her long time students, so I signed up for it.
www.a-healing-place.com /astrology1.htm   (1047 words)

 Chaldean Catholics of the United Kingdom   
Mar Dally was born in Tel Keppe in 1927, and ordained a priest in 1952.
In 2003, he was elected the patriarch of the Chaldean Church replacing the late Patriarch Raphael Bidawid.
Despite half of Chaldean people have been scattered over 55 countries, but Mar Dally administrates them from Baghdad; visiting, building new churches, supervising monasteries and convents.
www.chaldean.org.uk   (832 words)

 Chaldean American Chamber of Commerce - Home
The Chaldean-American Chamber of Commerce is a partnership of Chaldean businesses and professionals working together to strengthen members' business, increase job opportunities, encourage expansion and promote Chaldean business and culture.
The Chaldean Chamber would like to thank all those who participated in last nights board elections.
Be a part of the 2008 Chaldean Commerce Business Guide, Metro Detroit's most comprehensive guide to the Chaldean American business community.
www.chaldeanchamber.com   (295 words)

 Assyrian - Chaldean Chat
A website dedicated to the Assyrian and Chaldean people to collaborate.
Join the community with over 242,700+ posts and 2,700+ members.
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