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  Eastern Orthodox Church - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The present-day influence of the Eastern Orthodox Church encompasses the territories associated with the former Byzantine and Russian empires: Eastern Europe, Asia (Russia/Siberia), and parts of Finland, the Middle East and Africa.
The Orthodox believe she was assumed into heaven bodily; however, unlike in the Roman Catholic Church, it is not a dogmatic prescription and the holy day is usually referred to as the Feast of the Dormition, not that of the Assumption.
Orthodox Christian culture reached its golden age during the high point of Byzantine Empire and continued to flourish in Russia, after the fall of Constantinople.
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 Eastern Orthodox Church organization - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Eastern Orthodox Church is a communion comprising the collective body of fourteen or fifteen separate autocephalous hierarchical churches that recognize each other as "canonical" Orthodox Christian churches (there is an essentially political disagreement about whether the number is 14 or 15).
At the beginning of the 11th century, the One Holy Catholic and Apostolic Church was ruled by five patriarchs: the bishops of Rome, Constantinople, Alexandria, Antioch, and Jerusalem.
These Churches are resistant to what they perceive as the errors of Modernism and Ecumenism in mainstream Orthodoxy, but they do not consider themselves schismatic; they do refrain from concelebration of the Divine Liturgy with the mainline Orthodox Churches while they remain fully within the canonical boundaries of the Church, i.e.
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 Eastern Orthodox Church   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
An example of this is the lack of communion between the Russian Orthodox Church Outside Russia and the Moscow Patriarchate (the Orthodox Church of Russia), the conflict arising early in the 20th century due to a serious distrust of the soviets.
The Antiochian Orthodox Church, The Russian Orthodox Church Outside Russia, and the Holy Orthodox Catholic and Apostolic Church of America (formerly connected with the Vicar Bishop of the (Western) Orthodox Church of France-ECOF), all have Western Rite parishes.
In the Catholic Church of the Latin Rite, this was achieved through the use of Ecclesiastical Latin; in the Orthodox churches the altar area was surrounded by pillars with curtains in between.
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Church of Serbia (Metropolitanate of Belgrado and Patriarchate of Serbia)
Church of Romania (Archdiocese of Bucarest and Patriarchate of Romania)
Old-Calendarist Church of Greece (Synod of the Metropolitan Kyprianus)
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 Eastern Orthodox Church, Orthodox Catholic, Greek Orthodox   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
The Orthodox Church is one of the three major branches of Christianity, which stands in historical continuity with the communities created by the apostles of Jesus in the region of the eastern Mediterranean, and which spread by missionary activity throughout Eastern Europe.
Orthodox observers were present at the sessions of the Second Vatican Council (1962-65), and several meetings took place between popes Paul VI and John Paul II on the one side, and patriarchs Athenagoras and Demetrios on the other.
The Orthodox Tradition is the theological tradition, generally associated with the national churches of the eastern Mediterranean and eastern Europe and principally with the Ecumenical Patriarchate of Constantinople, whose distinguishing characteristic consists in preservation of the integrity of the doctrines taught by the fathers of the seven ecumenical councils of the fourth through eighth centuries.
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 Eastern Orthodox Church - Theopedia
The Eastern Orthodox Church is a body of eastern churches adhering to the first seven Ecumenical councils, and from whom the western churches broke away in the Great Schism of 1054.
The present-day influence of the Orthodox Church encompasses the territories associated with the former Byzantine and Russian empires: Eastern Europe, Asia (Russia/Siberia), parts of the Middle East and Africa.
Today, the strongest Orthodox influence can be seen in the Greek Orthodox Church and the Russian Orthodox Church and it has a presence in many countries, with large communities in the USA and Australia.
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 Visit to the weeping Madonna icon in Toronto, by Connie Hargrave
Apparently, the officials of the mainstream church have appealed to the mayor of the city of Toronto and to the police to remove him.
A spokesperson for the official church even suggested in a letter published in one of Toronto's main newspapers that "it would not be surprising if this were a hoax, in order to attract people to spend money," adding to grounds for skepticism concerning the miracle.
Debts from its mortgages have accumulated since the church was founded in 1987, and there is now a dispute before the courts involving both current and former directors of the board.
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 Religious Groups That Use 'Orthodox' in Their Names...
A cohort of Pangratios is "Vicar Bishop" Kyrill (Esposito), reputedly consecrated by Pangratios in 1999.
All clergy of the Roman Orthodox Church are Orthodox Benedictines.
The Orthodox Catholic Church holds the Holy Scriptures and the traditions of the One, Holy, Catholic and Apostolic Church as means by which the teachings of the Christ have been handed down to his followers and as the recording of the faith journey of the Church.
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 Saint Spyridon Orthodox Church, St. Clair Shores, Michigan USA
Whether you are one of our parishioners, an Orthodox Christian looking for spiritual resources, or a non-Orthodox person interested in the Orthodox Faith, we pray that you will find something useful in our website, and we invite you to our Church of Saint Spyridon, a parish of the Church of Genuine Orthodox Christians of Greece.
When one approaches the Orthodox Church, one is not coming merely to another option in the smorgasbord of contemporary religion, nor merely to a museum of an ancient culture, nor merely to a social club for a particular ethnic group.
Under the Holy Synod of Bishops of the Church of Genuine Orthodox Christians of Greece.
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 FORTHnet Directory: Religion (Attiki)
Informations about the Church of the Genuine Orthodox Christians of Greece, the Holy Synod, the Clergymen, the parishes, the Monasteries and her history.
Photos of the celebration of the ancient rite of the Divine liturgy of st. James the Brother of the Lord, at the cathedral church of st. Demetrius of Keratea (Greece).
The Supreme Council of the Gentile Hellenes for the Preservation and Restoration of the Genuine Hellenic Tradition.
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 FORTHnet Directory: Religion
A church located in Iraklion, Crete, which is dedicated to Apostolic teaching and worship as the first church was.
The Journal of Biblical Accuracy is a non-denominational Christian journal whose aim is to teach the Word of God accurately and serve through this way the one body of Christ.
The "Diaconate for the Release of Poor Prisoners and Defendants" of the "Saint Xeni" Orthodox Missionary Sisterhood.
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 The Saint Euphrosynos Café - Have a Drink of TRUTH!
A number of "World Orthodox" clergy and laity have also joined to better learn more about the genuine traditions of the one Holy Catholic and Apostolic Orthodox Church that their churches no longer embrace.
Eventually, a popular poster, Ioannis, an English and Greek-speaking member of the newly autonomous Genuine Greek Orthodox Church of America (also known as HOTCA: the Hellenic Orthodox Traditionalist Church of America), joined the Café moderating team and eventually became the co-administrator and developer.
We are currently run by the administrators Father Nikolai and Ioannis with their co-moderators Father Siluan, a Spanish-speaking priest of the South American mission of the Russian Orthodox Autonomous Church; and Father Mark, a Russian Orthodox Church in Exile priest from Canada.
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 Catholic Apostolic National Church
The Ukrainian Orthodox Church of the United States
The Church of Genuine Orthodox Christians of Greece (Old Calendarists)
Copyright 1999 – 2006, Catholic Apostolic National Church
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 Church of the Genuine Orthodox Christians (GOC) in the United States   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
Church of the Genuine Orthodox Christians (GOC) in the United States
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