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 Ethiopian Orthodox Church History   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
The Ethiopian Orthodox Church, an indigenous and integral Church of Africa is one of the oldest Churches in the world, if not the oldest one, and is a founder member of the World Council of Churches.
The Church is the creator of art and crafts, literature, as well as creator of the secular and theological educational institutions and its curriculum.
In the history of the Church, it is further recorded that St. Matthew the Apostle preached the Gospel to the Ethiopians and won a few converts to the new doctrine and left the country.
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 AllRefer.com - Jacobite Church (Christianity, General) - Encyclopedia
Jacobite Church[jak´ubIt´´] Pronunciation Key, Christian church of Syria, Iraq, and India, recognizing the Syrian Orthodox patriarch of Antioch as its spiritual head, regarded by Roman Catholics and Eastern Orthodox as heretical.
It is thus analogous in position to the Coptic Church, the Monophysite church of Egypt.
In Malabar, India, there is a Christian sect of "Malabar Jacobites"; this group came into existence in the 17th cent., when the bulk of the Malabar Christians left the Roman communion and established relations with the Jacobite patriarch.
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 Jacobite Orthodox Church
The Jacobite Orthodox or Syrian Orthodox church is an autocephalous Christian church of Syria, Iraq, and India, recognizing the Syrian Orthodox Patriarch[?] of Antioch as its spiritual head.
It is regarded by Roman Catholics and Eastern Orthodox as heretical, but is in communion with the Coptic Church and other Oriental Orthodox churches.
The church broke from the Orthodox Church of Antioch[?] in the sixth century, after the Council of Chalcedon condemed Monophysite teachings.
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 Adherents.com
"Syrian Orthodox: A remnant of the Monophysite church of Syria.
Syrian Orthodox Church of Malabar - Bava Kakshi
Syrian Orthodox Church of Malabar - Methran Kakshi
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 Indian Orthodox Church   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
The spiritual head of the Indian Orthodox Church, as mentioned in the Constitution, is the current Patriarch of Antioch, Mor Ignatius Zakka I. Under the Patriarch is the Catholicos of the East and Malankara Metropolitan Baselius Mar Thoma Mathews IIH.H. Mar Baselius Mar Thoma Mathews II whose seat is at Kottayam, Kerala, India.
The official title of the head of the Church is "the Catholicos of the East, Catholicos of the Apostolic throne of St. Thomas and the Malankara Metropolitan".
The head of the Eastern church was the "Catholicos of the East" in the lineage of Apostle Thomas.
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 The Orthodox Church - Kallistos Ware
The Orthodox, therefore, make what may seem at first a surprising claim: they regard their Church as the Church which guards and teaches the true belief about God and which glorifies Him with right worship, that is, as nothing less than the Church of Christ on earth.
An Orthodox church today is filled with them: dividing the sanctuary from the body of the building there is a solid screen, the iconostasis, entirely covered with icons, while other icons are placed in special shrines around the church; and perhaps the walls are covered with icons in fresco or mosaic.
For members of the Orthodox Church, their interest is not merely historical but contemporary; they are the concern not only of scholars and clergy, but of all the faithful.
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 Jacobitism   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Jacobitism was the political movement dedicated to the restoration of the Stuart kings to the thrones of England and Scotland (and after 1707, Great Britain).
Jacobitism was a response to the deposition of James II and VII in 1688 when he was replaced by his daughter Mary II jointly with her husband William of Orange.
A year later the Jacobites were forced to agree to a truce while the Clan chieftains sent requests to the exiled James VII and II for permission to submit to William, and in January 1692 the Jacobite Clans formally surrendered to the government.
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 Syriac Orthodox Church -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
The church is often referred to as (A supporter of James II after he was overthrown or a supporter of the Stuarts) Jacobite or (An adherent of Monophysitism) Monophysite, but these terms are misleading, and not appreciated by the majority of the church today.
The name was changed to disassociate the church from the polity (An Asian republic in the Middle East at the east end of the Mediterranean; site of some of the world's most ancient centers of civilization; involved in state-sponsored terrorism) Syria.
The local head of the church in Malankara is the (Click link for more info and facts about Catholicose of India) Catholicose of India, currently His Beatitude Baselios Thomas I, ordained by and accountable to the Patriarch of Antioch.
www.absoluteastronomy.com /encyclopedia/s/sy/syriac_orthodox_church.htm   (561 words)

  
 Nagpur   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
The HQ of National Council of churches is situated in Nagpur.
In 1987, a plot measuring 6600 sq.ft was purchased at Seminary Hills for the constuction of the Church.
On 28 Oct 1992, the foundation stone of the church was laid by Mor Themotheos Thomas, Diocesan Metropolitan.
www.syrianorthodoxarchdiocese.com /nagpur.html   (162 words)

  
 Armenian Orthodox Church
The organization of the Armenian Orthodox Church is unusually complex.
Around 500: The Armenian Church rejects the conclusion of the Council of Chalcedon (in 451) which defined Jesus as of 2 natures, divine and human, coexisting in one body.
The Armenian continues a cooperation with the Coptic Church and Syrian Jacobite churches.
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 Syrian Orthodox Church
The Syrian Orthodox Church uses the Antiochene liturgy, and performs it in Syriac, which is a language close to Aramaic, the language Jesus spoke.
According to their own traditions, their church was established by the Apostle Peter already in 37 CE (this is recorded in the Acts 11:26).
The Antiochene church was central in formulating early Christian doctrines, through its active role in the first 3 synods (between 325 and 431).
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 Jacobitism   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Jacobitism was the political movement dedicated to the restoration of the Stuart kings to the thrones of England and Scotland (and after 1707, the United Kingdom).
The emblem of the Jacobites is the white rose; white rose day is celebrated on June 10, the anniversary of the birth of James VIII and III in 1688.
Walter Scott combined romantic Jacobitism with an appreciation of the practical benefits of the Hanoverian government, and in 1822 he arranged a pageantry of reinvented Scottish traditions when George IV visited Edinburgh dressed as a tubby kilted successor to his distant relative Bonnie Prince Charlie.
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 St.George Orthodox Syrian Jacobite Church, Arakkunnam, India
Their long cherished dream was fulfilled when the foundation stone was laid for building a church at Arakkunnam on February 23rd 1902.
The main altar (Thronose) of this church is dedicated to St. George.
The first chapel, which came in, the name of Parumala Thirumeni is under this church :Mar Gregorious Chapel at Ozhakode.
www.arakunnamstgeorgechurch.org   (200 words)

  
 St. Ignatious Jacobite syrian Orthodox Church, KR Puram, Bangalore, Karnataka.
Ignatious Jacobite syrian Orthodox Church, KR Puram, Bangalore, Karnataka.
This Church is a small congregation consisting of 125 familiy members solely to promote moral and spiritual well being of Syrian Jacobite Orthodox members and is situated in the east of Bangalore City.
It was initiated by 17 family members to have a separate church at Krishnarajapuram in the name of St. Ignatious and is affiliated to St. Mary's Jacobite Syrian Orthodox Church, Queen's Road, Bangalore-52., which is the main church of Jacobite Syrian Christians in Bangalore.
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 Encyclopedia: Jacobite Orthodox Church   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
The church in Malankara is an integral part of the Syriac Orthodox Church with the Patriarch of Antioch as its supreme head.
The local head of the church in Malankara is the Catholicose of India His Beatitude Baselios Thomas I, ordained by and accountable to the Patriarch of Antioch.
Article about the history of the Syriac Orthodox Church from Yauno.com (in German)
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/Jacobite-Orthodox-Church   (423 words)

  
 St. Mary's Church, Whittier, Los Angeles
Mary's Jacobite Syrian Orthodox Church is located in Los Angeles, California, and a parish directly under the administration of the Patriarchate of Antioch.
The church was established in 1982 by immigrants from the state of Kerala in India.
The church was remodelled according to the traditions of the Syrian Orthodox Church during April 1994.
sor.cua.edu /ChMon/USAMal/LASMary.html   (876 words)

  
 Syrian Orthodox Church
The Syrian Orthodox Church of Antioch is held to be the first church of the Christianity established by the Apostle St.
The name is used by a member of the Oriental Orthodox Communion, and it is sometimes also called the Jacobite Orthodox Church after Jacob Baradaeus, a 6th century monophysite bishop.
Other distinct donominations with similar names are the uniate Syrian Catholic Church and the nestorian Assyrian Church of the East.
www.sciencedaily.com /encyclopedia/syrian_orthodox_church   (319 words)

  
 Articles - Syriac Orthodox Church   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
The church is often referred to as Jacobite (after Jacob Baradaeus) or Monophysite, but these terms are misleading, and not appreciated by the some of the church today.
The Syriac Orthodox Church claims to be the first church of Christianity, established in Antioch by the Apostle St.
Patriarch Zakka was enthroned head of the church on 14 September 1980, the feast of the Cross.
www.gaple.com /articles/Syriac_Orthodox_Church   (538 words)

  
 Kadathy St.Peter's & St.Paul's Jacobite Syrian Orthodox Church   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Kadathy St.Peter's and St.Paul's Jacobite Syrian Orthodox Church
The main thronos of the church is established in the name of Apostles Sts.
One of the Shrines of the Kadathy Church
www.syriacchristianity.org /chu/KadathyChurch.htm   (157 words)

  
 Syriac Orthodox Church biography .ms   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
The Syriac Orthodox Church (also Syrian Orthodox Church) is an autocephalous Christian church of Syria, Iraq, and India, recognizing the Syrian Orthodox Patriarch of Antioch as its spiritual head.
It is in communion with the Coptic Church and other Oriental Orthodox churches.
It is sometimes also called the Jacobite Orthodox Church after Jacob Baradaeus, a 6th century monophysite bishop.
syrian-orthodox-church.biography.ms   (228 words)

  
 St.Mary's Bhilai   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
With the unity of 1958 in Malankara Church, Syrian Orthodox Christians were organized as a parish and had constucted the Mor Gregorios Church at the nearby industrial area, outside the Steel Township.
To achieve this objective, the St.Mary's Jacobite Syrian Christian Congregation was organized on 30 March, 1974 and it became a regisered body from April 1975.
The church was consecrated by H.B Mor Baselius Paulose II, Catholicose of the East, on the memorable day of 12 March, 1978.
www.syrianorthodoxarchdiocese.com /bhilai.html   (372 words)

  
 Shroro: The Syriac Orthodox Christian Digest
Jesus Christ, the Lord of the church says that a true shepherd is the one who loves his sheep even unto the point of giving his own life for them.
It is indeed a matter of pleasure for the faithful of the Syrian Orthodox Church to celebrate the Jubilee of its Supreme Pontiff, HH Mor Ignatius Zakka Iwas.
Shroro, the Syriac Orthodox Christian Digest was inspired and produced by the SOCM Forum - a Yahoo Group.
www.socdigest.org   (421 words)

  
 Mor Gregorios Jacobite Syrian Orthodox Church,Secunderabad
The church suffered all kinds of tortures and hardships from all quarters right from its establishment, but its flag still soars high.
Today the church is spread around the globe spanning 22 countries headed by a patriarch residing at Damascus in Syria.
Mor Gregorios Jacobite Syrian Orthodox Church, Mettuguda is one of the 34 churches of the Archdiocese.
www.mgjsochurch.com   (164 words)

  
 Syro-Malankara Catholic Church
The truth is, that the effort for corporate reunion with the Catholic Church, was thwarted by the desertion of most of the Orthodox leaders, From their original proposal of entering into communion with the Catholic Church.
At the same time, it must be admitted that, except for some individual cases, the members of the Orthodox Church were ignorant of the move initated by their leaders, to establish unity with the Catholic Church.
For one reason, there was great neglect of pastoral care and instruction of the faithful in the Orthodox Church for some generations, due to the excessive preoccupation of the leaders of the Church, with internecine quarrels and litigations.
www.malankara.net /articles/ecumenical.asp   (1101 words)

  
 Jacobite Church on Encyclopedia.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
(jăk´ebītand180;), Christian church of Syria, Iraq, and India, recognizing the Syrian Orthodox patriarch of Antioch as its spiritual head, regarded by Roman Catholics and Eastern Orthodox as heretical.
In Malabar, India, there is a Christian sect of “Malabar Jacobites” ; this group came into existence in the 17th cent., when the bulk of the Malabar Christians left the Roman communion and established relations with the Jacobite patriarch.
The Jacobite Milton: strategies of literary appropriation and historiography.
www.encyclopedia.com /html/J/JacobiteC1.asp   (534 words)

  
 Mar Ignatius Church, Dubai
The Mar Ignatius Syrian Orthodox Church Dubai was formed by Syriac Orthodox immigrants from Kerala, who were employed in Dubai, Sharja and Ajman.
The parish was registered as a congregation in the year 1983 as Mar Ignatius Jacobite Syrian Orthodox Church and was dedicated to the saint and Patriarch Moran Mor Ignatios Elias III (Manjinikkara).
With the influx of new members, the congregation rented the hall of the Holy Trinity Church for the parish activities.
sor.cua.edu /ChMon/UAEMal/DubaiSIgnatius.html   (394 words)

  
 Malankara Archdiocese
Mary's Syrian Orthodox Church Winder, Georgia 26 South Williams Street Winder, GA 30680 Church Homepage Rev.
Thomas Syrian Orthodox Church Baltimore, Maryland 6200 North Charles Street Baltimore, MD 21212 Church Homepage Rev.
Churches in Washington D.C. St. Mary's Syrian Orthodox Church Washington DC 4711 Knox Rd College Park, MD 20740 Church Homepage Rev.
www.malankara.com /churchlist.htm   (1080 words)

  
 Margoneetho: Syriac Orthodox Resources
Like an exquisite pearl hidden in an oyster, the spiritual heritage of the Syriac Orthodox Church, one of the most ancient Christian churches, remains obscure to much of the world today.
Revised English translation of the definitive work on the literary heritage of the Syriac Orthodox Church by the eminent scholar and late Patriarch Mor Aphrem I Barsoum published by Gorgias Press.
The Hidden Pearl: The Syrian Orthodox Church and Its Aramaic Heritage
sor.cua.edu   (265 words)

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