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 Chaldean Catholic Church -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article
A meeting in 1996 between 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.
Soulaqa travelled to Rome and met with the (The head of the Roman Catholic Church) Pope, eventually reentering into communion with the (The Christian Church based in the Vatican and presided over by a pope and an episcopal hierarchy) Roman Catholic Church.
The church's most famous member was (Iraqi leader who waged war against Iran; his invasion of Kuwait led to the Gulf War (born in 1937)) Saddam Hussein's most senior foreign minister, (additional info and facts about Tariq Aziz) Tariq Aziz. /encyclopedia/C/Ch/Chaldean_Catholic_Church.htm   (417 words)

 Syro-Malankara Catholic Church - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Syro-Malankara Catholic Church is a Major Archiepiscopal sui iuris Church with historical links to the Eastern Rite Syrian Catholic Church in communion with the Holy See, which on February 10, 2005 erected its primatial see of Trivandrum into a Major Archeparchy, elevating the Archbishop to Major Archbishop (called Catholicos by Syro-Malankara Catholics).
Those Syro-Malankara churches which did not come into full communion with Rome on September 20, 1930 remain as the Malankara Syrian Orthodox Church or the autocephalous Indian Orthodox Church.
His Beatitude, Catholicos Cyril Mar Baselious is the head of this Church. /wiki/Syro-Malankara_Catholic_Church   (172 words)

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The Latin Church, the most common form of Catholicism in Western Europe and North America, is sometimes said to be "the Roman Catholic Church." However, Catholics in full communion with Rome regard all of the above to be particular churches of the Catholic Church.
The Antiochian Catholic Church in America is theologically aligned with these Churches, but is not in full communion with them, primarily because it ordains women and does not impose celibacy on its bishops.
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 Syro-Malabar Catholic Church
Thomas Christians[?]," such as the Syro-Malankara Catholic Church[?] (also in communion with Rome), the Malankara Orthodox Church (in communion with the Oriental Orthodox Churches[?]), and the Mar Thoma Syrian Church[?] (a reformed Church in communion with the Anglican Communion).
The Syro-Malabar Catholic Church is one of the 23 sui juris Eastern Catholic Churches.
It is the third-largest Church (after the Roman Catholic Church and the Ukranian Catholic Church[?]) within the Catholic Church, and also one of the oldest. /sy/syro-malabar-catholic-church.html   (1008 words)

 Syro-Malankara Catholic Church
The Syro Malabar and the Ukranian churches are the two Major Archiepiscopal churches in catholic communion.
And the Eparchy of Bathery was erected for the Malankara Catholics of Malabar (north Kerala) region on 28
'sui iuris' is an innovation of CCEO and it denotes the relative autonomy of the oriental Catholic Churches. /articles/metropolitan_church_sui_iuris.asp   (6184 words)

 Doctoral research project Towards a New Hermeneutics for Sacramental Healing with Emph ...
The Syro-Malankara Catholic Church is the youngest eastern particular Church in the Catholic communion.
In all the sacramental celebrations of the Syro-Malankara Catholic Church (West-Syrian tradition), from baptism to anointing of the sick, the element of healing is present in various forms such as remission of sins, perfume of life, repentance, reconciliation, illumination, seal of salvation, love, unity, and so on.
The role and responsibility of the Syro-Malankara Catholic Church is twofold. /research/researchdatabase/project/3H05/3H050827.htm   (772 words)

 Ruthenian Catholic Church -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article
The Ruthenian Catholic Church is a (additional info and facts about sui iuris) sui iuris Catholic Church of the Byzantine (additional info and facts about Eastern Rite) Eastern Rite.
Since the collapse of (A political theory favoring collectivism in a classless society) Communism the Ruthenian Catholic Church in Eastern Europe has seen a resurgence in numbers of faithful and (A clergyman in Christian churches who has the authority to perform or administer various religious rites; one of the Holy Orders) priests.
The Ruthenian Church always celebrated the (additional info and facts about Divine Liturgy) Divine Liturgy in Slavic language, i.e., the vernacular, which was different from the custom in the (Any dialect of the language of ancient Rome) Latin Church. /encyclopedia/R/Ru/Ruthenian_Catholic_Church.htm   (375 words)

 Chronology of Catholic Dioceses: The Syro-Malankara Catholic Church
The Syro-Malankara Catholic Church is an automous Catholic Church of the Antiochean liturgical, historical and cultural tradition, which is linked to the early Christian Patriarchate of Antiochia, the first See of St. Peter.
Chronology of Catholic Dioceses: The Syro-Malankara Catholic Church
In the mid-17th century, increasingly upset with the latinization of their church by the Portuguese, most of the Thomas Christians in India broke away from the Catholic Church. /utenriks/kronologi/orient_syro_malankara.htm   (745 words)

 Sui Iuris
In the context of Catholic theology, sui iuris is a way of referring to the legal status of a church under the jurisdiction of the Patriarch of the West — an office coterminous with the Pope.
Each of the 24 particular churches that together comprise the Catholic Church enjoys a sui iuris status, which might be thought of as permitting unity without requiring uniformity.
The others are called Eastern-rite Catholic churches, which are more individuated. /sui-iuris   (673 words)

 Eastern Rite
According to Catholic Tradition, the Catholic Church, in the fullest meaning of the term, includes apostolic churches (those having their authority handed down by the apostles) who are in communion with the Bishop of Rome (the Pope).
Their union with the Catholic Church, in which they are sui iuris Churches, gives rise to the term Uniate, which is not used by the Vatican.
Western (or "Latin-Rite") Catholic bishops are subject directly to the Pope, but most Eastern-rite Catholic bishops are subject indirectly to the pope via one of six Catholic "patriarchs of the east", who sit in Alexandria, Antioch, Antelias, Baghdad, Beirut, and Damascus but who acknowledge the primacy of the Pope. /encyclopedia/eastern_rite   (658 words)

 Syro-Malankara Catholicate-News
Recalling the great event of the elevation of the Syro-Malankara Catholic Church to the status of a Major Archiepiscopal Church His Beatitude pointed out the need of the Codification of the particular laws, i.e., laws that are applicable to our particular Church, the Malankara Catholic Major Archiepiscopal Church sui iuris.
Hence, the formal proposal regarding the codification of particular laws was made at the last meeting of the Council of Hierarchs of the Malankara Catholic Metropolitan Church held at Tiruvalla from 29-31 March 2005.
With a view of wider participation representing a cross section of the People of God of the Malankara Church, as a preliminary stage of the process of codification, a committee of 83 members representing priests, religious, and laity is constituted by the Major Archbishop-Catholicos. /News.htm   (1904 words)

 Syro-Malankara Catholic Church
In fact it is not a new Faith in the Church, but it is a faith that has been held and practiced right from the beginning of the Church, and this Eucharistic Faith occupied a central place in the life of the Catholic Church.
The Catholic Church believes that the presence of Jesus Christ in the Holy Eucharist is real but sacramental.
But it is to be noted that the faith of the Church in the presence of Our Lord in the Holy Eucharist is not based on any extraordinary signs that might be manifested in God's own providential care for His people, nor on condition that such signs would be given to us. /eucharist/eucharist.htm   (1104 words)

Unity in any aspect, whether in the family, parish, church, society, country and world, is very important.
I recommend our Church members to make use of this publication for their spiritual growth.
I request each member friends of all Apostolic Churches to encourage us by your participation through Subscription, Publishing Materials like Articles, Stories, Poetries, Messages, News etc. and we solicit for your continuous prayer for the success of this humble attempt. /default1.htm   (1302 words)

The Church of South India is the result of the union of churches of varying traditions--Anglican, Methodist, Congregational, Presbyterian, and Reformed--in that area.
Episcopacy is thus combined with synodical government, and the church explicitly recognizes that Episcopal, Presbyterian, and congregational elements are all necessary for the churchs life.
Organized into 16 dioceses, each under the spiritual supervision of a bishop, the church as a whole is governed by a synod, which elects a moderator (presiding bishop) every 2 years. /resources/relindia/christianity_general.htm   (882 words)

Thomas Christians had close relations with Churches of Edessa, Babylon and Persia and the Chaldean liturgy was in use with some elements of local culture and tradition.  At the request of the Malabar Church, the persian Church, especially the Catholicose of Selucia-Ctesiphon was sending bishops to Malabar.
The community was known as St. Thomas Christians and the Church as Malabar Church.  It was an autonomous Church under the Pope of Rome, having its own Syrian liturgy, customs, traditions and  structures.
The Church in India, more precisely the Church in Kerala, traces its origin to the preaching of St. Thomas, one of the twelve apostles of Jesus Christ. /Easterncatholichymns/introsmalk.html   (298 words)

 Eastern Catholic Churches
Church is the second largest Eastern Catholic Church with nearly 3 million faithful.
Syro-Malabar Church was elevated to the status of a Major Archiepiscopal Church on May 20, 1993 with His Eminence Cardinal Antony Padiyara as the First Major Archbishop.
Eastern Catholic churches are divided into five main traditions. /smalabar/eastchur.htm   (234 words)

 Churches In India, Indian Churches, churches india
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Malankara Syrian Orthodox Church(Homepage of Syrian Orthodox Church in India)
Holy Apostolic Catholic Assyrian Church of the East
The Syrian Orthodox Church of Antioch, maintained by Theodora, Touma and Tomayess Issa, Australia. /links.html   (521 words)

 Indian Orthodox Herald English Edition Biweekly - Syro-Malankara Catholic Church Elevates To Archiepiscopal Church
The Syro-Malankara Catholic Church was elevated to the status of Major Archiepiscopal Church and its Metropolitan Cyril Mar Baselios as the first Major Archbishop and Sreshta Catholicos.
Thiruvananthapuram, Feb 11 2005: Yesterday the Syro-Malankara Catholic Church was elevated to the status of Major Archiepiscopal Church and its Metropolitan Cyril Mar Baselios as the first Major Archbishop and Sreshta Catholicos.
Mar Ivanios secretly transacted correspondence with the Roman Catholic Church for he was afraid of the Patriarch of Antioch's divisive actions in Malankara Orthodox Church. /churchnews13.asp   (484 words)

 KIRAZ: Hugoye 8:1 Dedication
[2] The funeral service took place at 2:30 pm on Friday, January 14, at the church situated in the SEERI campus and the burial followed at the cemetery of the Malankara Catholic Church at Kalathipady near Kottayam.
M.P. George of the Malankara Orthodox Seminary led the chanting in Syriac and in Malayalam.
David's body was then taken to the North side of the church to say his farewell to all dwellers. /Hugoye/Vol8No1/HV8N1IssueDedication.html   (555 words)

 Kaumudi Online Kerala News Page
Head of Syro Malankara Catholic Church Cyril Mar Baselios today took over as Major Archbishop with the title of Catholicose.
Chief Minister Oommen Chandy, bishops from the Syro Malbar and Latin rites, bishops of other church denominations and people from different communities felicitated Baselios on the occasion.
A former president of Catholic Bishops Conference of India (CBCI), 70-year-old Cyril Mar Baselios was elevated to the status of major archbishop by Pope John Paul II in February this year. /news/051505/kerala.stm   (1279 words)

 Traditions of Spirituality - Catholic
The Catholic Church comprises over 20 distinct Churches which, while they are in communion with the Holy See, preserve their own languages, styles of worship and individual cultures.
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This site therefore can only present a minuscule sampling of a Church that has come, in it 2000 years, to encompass every culture in the world. /catholic.html   (172 words)

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 Catholic World News : Major Archbishop for Syro-Malankara Church
The Syro-Malankara Catholic Church, which traces its origins back to St. Thomas the Apostle, claims about 350,000 faithful in India, primarily in Kerela.
New Delhi, May. 23 (FIDES/ - More than 50,000 people attended the ceremony at which Archbishop Cyril Mar Baselios was formally raised to the dignity of Major Archbishop for the Syro-Malankara Catholic Church, the Fides news service reports.
Catholic World News : Major Archbishop for Syro-Malankara Church /news/viewstory.cfm?recnum=37315   (156 words)

 Eastern Catholic Churches and Liturgies
Eastern Catholics are members of the Catholic Church, under the authority of the Vatican and the Pope, but worshipping within a different organizational structure.
Roman Catholics are welcome at Eastern Catholic Churches and may receive communion at their sacred liturgies.
Together with the Church of Rome, the fifth original patriarchate, they form the universal Catholic Church. /library/liturgy/sacraments/eastern.cfm   (549 words)

 Catholic World News : Head of Syro-Malankara Church named a Major Archbishop
After generations of alliance with the Syrian Orthodox Church, some of these "Thomas Christians" sought to restore full communion with Rome, and in the 1930s the Syro-Malankara Catholic hierarchy was recognized by the Holy See.
Vatican, Feb. 10 ( - Pope John Paul II (bio - news) has raised the leader of the Syro-Malankara Catholic Church to the title of a Major Archbishop.
The Syro-Malankara Church has about 450,000 faithful, virtually all living in five eparchies (dioceses) in India, where they are served by 632 priests. /news/viewstory.cfm?recnum=35192   (323 words)

 Chicago Syro-Malankara Catholic Church
The original congregation was comprised of members of the Syro-Malabar, Knanaya, Latin Catholic churches, and a lone Malankara family of his own.
By God’s grace, the mission was blessed with a beautiful church; the first house of worship that the Malankara Catholics of North America could call their very own.
Jerome Peedikaparampil O.I.C. was officially appointed by the Malankara hierarchy as the director of the Chicago Malankara Catholic Mission. /history.htm   (1047 words)

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