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  Abyssinian Church - LoveToKnow 1911
Abu Salih records (12th century) that the patriarch used always to send letters twice a year to the kings of Abyssinia and Nubia, till Al Hakim stopped the practice.
Cyril, 67th patriarch, sent Severus as bishop, with orders to put down polygamy and to enforce observance of canonical consecration for all churches.
Instead, the pope sent out Joao Nunez Barreto as patriarch of the East Indies, with Andre de Oviedo as bishop; and from Goa envoys went to Abyssinia, followed by Oviedo himself, to secure the king's adherence to Rome.
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 Archdiocese of Goa
Patriarchate of the East Indies, the chief see of the Portuguese dominions in the East; metropolitan to the present province of Goa, which comprises as suffragans the sees of Cochin, Mylapore, and Damão (or Damaun) in India, Macao in China, and Mozambique in East Africa.
The suffragan sees comprised roughly the south of the peninsula and the east coast, as far as Burma inclusive, the rest of India remaining potentially under the jurisdiction of the archdiocese and this potential jurisdiction was the actually exercised even outside Portuguese dominions wherever the Faith was extended by Portuguese missionaries.
The patriarchal residence is at Panjim, or New Goa.
www.catholicity.com /encyclopedia/g/goa,archdiocese_of.html   (2176 words)

  
 Reference.com/Encyclopedia/Patriarch
The Patriarch of Antioch and All the East and the head of the Syriac Orthodox Church of Antioch and Supreme Leader of the Universal Syriac Orthodox Church in the Near East
The Patriarch of Constantinople for the Armenians in Turkey
The Patriarch of Jerusalem and of Holy Zion for the Armenians in Israel, Palestine, Jordan and the Persian Gulf
www.reference.com /browse/wiki/Patriarchs   (1011 words)

  
 CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Patriarch and Patriarchate
It has now four so-called patriarchs, of which two bear titles of sees that cannot by any rule of antiquity claim to be patriarchal at all, and the other two have not even the pretence of descent from the old lines.
Patriarch of Jerusalem was Dagobert of Pisa (1099-1107); the
Patriarch of Alexandria by Clement V in 1310.
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 The Archdiocese Of Goa and Daman
On February 4, 1557, Pope Paul IV detached Goa from the Province of Lisbon and raised it to a Metropolitan Archdiocese, having as suffragans the dioceses of Cochin and Malacca (Malaysia).
Filipe Neri Ferrão, ordained Bishop on 10 th April, 1994 and serving the Archdiocese as its Auxiliary Bishop, was appointed Archbishop of Goa and Daman and Patriarch “ad honorem” of the East Indies.
In the Centenary Year of the Patriarchate of the East Indies (1886-1986), the Primatial Archdiocese Goa and Daman was visited by His Holiness Pope John Paul II who, during his Pastoral Visit to India, stayed in Goa from 5th to 7th February, 1986.
www.archgoadaman.org /Dioceses/index.htm   (816 words)

  
 Patriarchate Summary
PATRIARCHATE, or Nesiʾut, was the leading Jewish communal office in the Late Roman and Byzantine Empires, emerging soon after the destruction of the city and Temple of Jerusalem in 70 CE and disappearing in the first part of the fifth century.
one of the twelve highest-ranking bishops of Roman Catholicism: the Roman Pope, the seven "patriarchs of the east", and the bishops of Lisbon, Venice, Jerusalem, and the East Indies; or
The Patriarch of Antioch moved to Damascus in the 13th century, during the reign of the Egyptian Mamelukes, conquerors of Syria.
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 Patriarch and Patriarchate
On the other hand, the existence of several Catholic patriarchs of the same see, for instance, the Melchite, Jacobite, Maronite, and Latin titulars of Antioch, is a concession to the national feeling of Eastern Christians, or, in the case of the Latin, a relic of the crusades that archæologically can hardly be justified.
(2) the Syrian Patriarch of Antioch and all the East;
(6) the Patriarch of Babylon of the Chaldees.
www.kobayat.org /data/maronites/patriarch.htm   (5464 words)

  
 Patriarch
In particular, the highest-ranking bishops in Eastern Orthodoxy and in the eastern rites of the Roman Catholic Church are called patriarchs.
The Patriarch of Cilicia and the Middle East[?]
Eritrean Orthodox Church[?]: The Patriarch of All Eritrea[?]
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 AllRefer.com - patriarch, in Christian churches (Roman Catholic Orders And Missions) - Encyclopedia
There were originally three patriarchates: the West, held by the bishop of Rome (the pope; see papacy), Alexandria, and Antioch.
In the Russian Orthodox Church the czar set up (1580) a patriarch of Moscow; the title was abolished (1721) by Peter the Great and revived in 1917 (see Orthodox Eastern Church).
Besides all these there are a Coptic patriarch of Alexandria, a Jacobite patriarch of Antioch, a Nestorian patriarch, and four Armenian patriarchs (of Echmiadzin, Sis, Jerusalem, and Constantinople).
reference.allrefer.com /encyclopedia/P/patriar2.html   (328 words)

  
 Patriarch of the East Indies - Definition, explanation
The Patriarch of the East Indies in the Roman Catholic hierarchy is a title of the the Archbishop of Goa and Daman in India; another title of the archbishop is the Primate of the East.
Unlike the sui juris patriarchs of Eastern Rite churches, Patriarch of the East Indies is a purely honorary title, fully subject to the pope and a member of the Latin Rite, similar to the Patriarchs of Venice and Lisbon.
The Patriarch of the East Indies is a rare case in the Latin Rite of an Archbishop who is not also a Metropolitan bishop, as there are no other dioceses in the Goa and Daman province.
www.calsky.com /lexikon/en/txt/p/pa/patriarch_of_the_east_indies.php   (214 words)

  
 Grand Lodge of India
In the East, it was the effect of the laws made by manu starting from India in the West, it was the effect of the laws made by Moses.
A close scrutiny of the blessing bequeathed by Patriarch Jacob to each of his twelve sons as described in the 49th Chapter of the first book of Moses in the V.S. would show that it was professional demarcation and exclusiveness was meant to be continued In perpetuity.
The effect of the Laws of Manu in the East and of Moses in the west was almost identical, although according to religious and cultural traditions of each region each took different shapes.
www.masonindia.org /MInfo_41.htm   (2440 words)

  
 Patriarchs and Major Archbishops
Before the Council of Nicaea, the bishops of Rome, Alexandria and Antioch had been exercising patriarchal authority over a large territory, and this right was confirmed in the Council of Nicaea in 325.
In the Latin Church, the title of Patriarch is given to the archbishops of some prominent sees, but only carries with it only a prerogative of honour but not of jurisdiction.
However, Pope Benedict XVI made the decision to drop the title, wishing to eliminate the notion that the Holy See represents the Church of "the West", and is therefore separate from the Eastern tradition.
www.gcatholic.com /hierarchy/patriarchs.htm   (351 words)

  
 Spartanburg SC | GoUpstate.com | Spartanburg Herald-Journal
Patriarch Abune Basilios died in 1971, and was succeeded that year by Patriarch Abune Tewophilos.
Patriarch Abune Tewophilos was arrested in 1976 by the Marxist Derg military junta, and secretly executed in 1979.
Patriarch Abune Tekle Haymanot proved to be much less accommodating to the Derg regime than it had expected, and so when the Patriarch died in 1988, a new Patriarch with closer ties to the regime was sought.
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 Patriarch of the East Indies - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Patriarch of the East Indies in the Catholic hierarchy is the title of the Archbishop of Goa and Damao in India; another title of his is that of the Primate of the East.
This title of Patriarch of the East Indies was conferred upon the Archbishop of Goa as part of a settlement between the Holy See and the Portuguese government concerning the link between religious and political aspects of Portuguese colonial expansion.
Archdiocese of Goa and Daman and Patriarchs of the East Indies.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Patriarch_of_the_East_Indies   (429 words)

  
 Reference.com/Encyclopedia/Eritrean Orthodox Tewahdo Church
In August 2005, the Patriarch of Orthodox Tewahdo Church of Eritrea, H.B. Abune Antonios, was confined to a strictly ceremonial role.
In a written response that was widely published the Patriarch rejected the grounds of his dismissal, questioned its legitimacy, and excommunicated two signatories to the 13 January letter, including Yoftahe Dimetros, whom the Patriarch identified as being responsible for the church's recent upheavals.
Both the first two Patriarchs of Eritrea were originally Archbishops of the Ethiopian Orthodox Church, and in fact H.B. Abune Yacob had been Patriarchal Locum tenens (acting Patriarch) during the period between the abdication of H.B. Patriarch Abune Merkorios and the election of H.B. Patriarch Abune Paulos of Ethiopia.
www.reference.com /browse/wiki/Eritrean_Orthodox_Church   (1195 words)

  
 patriarch - Encyclopedia.com
There were originally three patriarchates: the West, held by the bishop of Rome (the pope; see papacy ; Benedict XVI dropped the title in 2006), Alexandria, and Antioch.
The triumph of Monophysitism in Egypt and Syria (5th-6th cent.) created new churches, and since then the three Orthodox patriarchs in Asia have had small, minority jurisdictions; they abandoned (12th cent.) their local rites in favor of the Byzantine.
In the Russian Orthodox Church the czar set up (1580) a patriarch of Moscow; the title was abolished (1721) by Peter the Great and revived in 1917 (see Orthodox Eastern Church).
www.encyclopedia.com /doc/1E1-patriar2.html   (629 words)

  
 Patriarch
The Patriarch of the West, the Pope and Bishop of Rome
The Catholicos of Armenia and of All Armenians, Supreme Patriarch of the Armenian Apostolic Church
The Patriarch and Pope of Alexandria and all Africa, head of the Orthodox Church of Alexandria
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 Patriarch of Venice - Definition, explanation
Of the "minor Patriarchates" which Rome has always claimed to be subsidiary to the Holy See, the oldest survivor in modern times is the Patriarch of Venice, a title permitted to the Archbishop of Venice since 1451.
Venice is one of the three so-called smaller Patriarchates, together with Lisbon and the Patriarch of the East Indies, based in Goa, India.
The current Patriarch of Venice is His Eminence Angelo Cardinal Scola, who himself was considered a strong contender in the 2005 Conclave that brought Pope Benedict XVI to the Chair of Saint Peter.
www.calsky.com /lexikon/en/txt/p/pa/patriarch_of_venice.php   (266 words)

  
 patriarch, in Christian churches — FactMonster.com
Besides the five ancient patriarchates there are a number of others.
), and Cilicia (Armenian rite); finally, in the Western Church the title patriarch is conferred, purely as an honor, on four prelates, the archbishop of Goa (patriarch of the East Indies), the archbishop of Lisbon, the archbishop of Venice, and the patriarch of the West Indies (normally Spanish).
Besides all these there are a Coptic patriarch of Alexandria, a Jacobite patriarch of Antioch, a Nestorian patriarch, and four Armenian patriarchs (of Echmiadzin, Sis, Jerusalem, and Constantinople).
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 Apostolic Nunciature, India
Dependent upon the Church of East Syria, the “Metropolitan of All India” and the other bishops were ordained by the Syro-Oriental Patriarch of Mesopotamia and sent to the Churches in India.
East Indies was established in 1881, and included Ceylon, and was extended to Malaca in 1889, and then to Burma in 1920, and eventually included Goa in 1923.
On 12 June 1948 this Delegation was raised, by Pope Pius XII, to the rank of an Internunciature, and eventually became a Nunciature on 22 August 1967, during the pontificate of Pope Paul VI.
www.apostolicnunciatureindia.com /history.htm   (3170 words)

  
 The Dili Dynasty
And the East Timorese are being urged by their new president, the Mandela-Che composite Xanana Gusmao, to forgive past inhumanities with South African-style reconciliation.
Three main political parties emerged in East Timor: the Jakarta-backed Apodeti sought integration with neighbouring Indonesia; the Frente Revolucionaria de Timor L'este Independente, or Fretilin, demanded a Marxist independence; while the Uniao Democratica Timorese, organised by three of the patriarch's children (Manuel, Mario and Joao Carrascalao) and the landowners' party, favoured a gradual pro-Lisbon independence.
East Timor was engulfed in a short but nasty civil war that ended on December 7 that year when Indonesian marines stormed Dili's front beach (the rusted landing craft are still there today).
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 Ishbi-benob - Jehaleleel -- Adam2.org
It is bounded on the east by Trachonitis, on the south by Gaulanitis, on the west by Hermon, and on the north by the plain of Damascus.
Jabesh-Gilead - a town on the east of Jordan, on the top of one of the green hills of Gilead, within the limits of the half tribe of Manasseh, and in full view of Beth-shan.
When Isaac was about 160 years of age, Jacob and his mother conspired to deceive the aged patriarch (Gen. 27), with the view of procuring the transfer of the birthright to himself.
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 IndianChristanity.com
Dionysius was that this is part of the Patriarchate of Antioch and that the permission of the Patriarch is necessary for a regular consecration.
Mar John, Archbishop of the Syrians and afterwards Patriarch, went with his suffragans to Rome and received the pallium from Pope Callixtus II in the twelfth century.
Patriarch of the East Indies, Archbishop of Goa,..122
www.indianchristianity.com /html/chap2/chater2p4.htm   (2639 words)

  
 Orthodox church, patriarchates, icons
The personal excommunications were mutually rescinded by the Pope and the Patriarch of Constantinople in the 1960s, although the schism is not at all healed.
The "Patriarch of Constantinople" is the first in honor among equals in jurisdiction.
The "Russian Church", with 88 million members, is the largest, so the Patriarch of Moscow became the "fifth Patriarchate", and with the "Russian Diaspora", has spread the Orthodox to America and Western Europe.
religion-cults.com /Christianity/Orthodox/Branch-C-Orthodox.htm   (2985 words)

  
 Patriarch - Wikinfo
In particular, the highest-ranking bishops in Eastern Orthodoxy and in the eastern rites of the Roman Catholic Church are called patriarchs.
The Patriarch of Cilicia and the Middle East
Eritrean Orthodox Church: The Patriarch of All Eritrea
www.wikinfo.org /wiki.php?title=Patriarch   (421 words)

  
 || Indian Christianity ||
  He is the Bishop of Rome, Vicar of Christ on earth, successor of St. Peter the Prince of the Apostles, Patriarch of the West, Primate of Italy, Archbishop and Metropolitan of the Roman Province, Sovereign of the state of Vatican City and the Servant of the Servants of God.
Today there are two kinds of patriarch in the Church: Eastern Patriarchs who function as the father and head of each church and Western Patriarch who are titular.
An Oriental Catholic Patriarch is the father and head of the Church.
www.indianchristianity.org /catholic.html   (1018 words)

  
 Four Major Basilicas of Rome no longer called “Patriarchal”   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
This decision, as well as the earlier decision to drop "Patriarch of the West", seem to be aimed at emphasizing that the bishop of Rome is not merely the bishop of Rome.
The Maronite Catholic Church is led by Mar Nasrallah Pierre Cardinal Sfeir, Patriarch of Antioch and all the East.
Patriarchates are a creation of the Christian collunity for its governance just the same as the College of Cardinals.
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