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The Two Lungs of the Catholic Church

Religion, Mr Freeman, 8 Gold
by

Tarra Co

on 21 July 2013

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The Two Lungs of the Catholic Church
Western Catholic Church
Roman Church
Latin
Eastern Catholic Church
Alexandrian liturgical tradition
Coptic Catholic Church: Egypt (1741)
Ethiopian Catholic Church: Ethiopia, Eritrea (1846)
Antiochian (Antiochene or West-Syrian) liturgical tradition
Maronite Church: Lebanon, Cyprus, Jordan, Israel, Palestine, Egypt, Syria, Argentina, Brazil, United States, Australia, Canada, Mexico (union re-affirmed 1182)
Syriac Catholic Church: Lebanon, Iraq, Jordan, Kuwait, Palestine, Egypt, Sudan, Syria, Turkey, United States and Canada, Venezuela (1781)
Syro-Malankara Catholic Church: India, United States (1930)
Armenian liturgical tradition
Armenian Catholic Church: Lebanon, Iran, Iraq, Egypt, Syria, Turkey, Jordan, Palestine, Ukraine, France, Greece, Latin America, Argentina, Romania, United States, Canada, Eastern Europe (1742)
Chaldean or East Syrian liturgical tradition
Chaldean Catholic Church: Iraq, Iran, Lebanon, Egypt, Syria, Turkey, United States, Australia (1692)
Syro-Malabar Church: India, United States (at latest, 1599)
Byzantine Rite | Byzantine (Constantinopolitan) liturgical tradition:
Albanian Greek Catholic Church: Albania (1628)
Belarusian Greek Catholic Church: Belarus (1596)
Bulgarian Greek Catholic Church: Bulgaria (1861)
Byzantine Church of the Eparchy of Križevci: Croatia, Serbia and Montenegro (1611)
Greek Byzantine Catholic Church: Greece, Turkey (1829)
Hungarian Greek Catholic Church: Hungary (1646)
Italo-Albanian Catholic Church: Italy (Never separated)
Macedonian Greek Catholic Church: Republic of Macedonia (1918)
Melkite Greek Catholic Church: Syria, Lebanon, Jordan, Israel, Jerusalem, Brazil, United States, Canada, Mexico, Iraq, Egypt, Sudan, Kuwait, Australia, Venezuela, Argentina (1726)
Romanian Church United with Rome, Greek-Catholic: Romania, United States (1697)
Russian Catholic Church: Russia, China (1905)
Ruthenian Catholic Church: United States, Ukraine, Czech Republic (1646)
Slovak Greek Catholic Church: Slovak Republic, Canada (1646)
Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church: Ukraine, Poland, United States, Canada, Great Britain, Australia, Germany and Scandinavia, France, Brazil, Argentina (1595)
Eastern Catholic Churches in date order
Italo-Albanian Catholic Church: Italy (Never separated)
Maronite Church: Lebanon, Cyprus, Jordan, Israel, Palestine, Egypt, Syria, Argentina, Brazil, United States, Australia, Canada, Mexico (union re-affirmed 1182)
Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church: Ukraine, Poland, United States, Canada, Great Britain, Australia, Germany and Scandinavia, France, Brazil, Argentina (1595)
Belarusian Greek Catholic Church: Belarus (1596)
Syro-Malabar Church: India, United States (at latest, 1599)
Byzantine Church of the Eparchy of Križevci: Croatia, Serbia and Montenegro (1611)
Albanian Greek Catholic Church: Albania (1628)
Hungarian Greek Catholic Church: Hungary (1646)
Ruthenian Catholic Church: United States, Ukraine, Czech Republic (1646)
Slovak Greek Catholic Church: Slovak Republic, Canada (1646)
Chaldean Catholic Church: Iraq, Iran, Lebanon, Egypt, Syria, Turkey, United States, Australia (1692)
Romanian Church United with Rome, Greek-Catholic: Romania, United States (1697)
Melkite Greek Catholic Church: Syria, Lebanon, Jordan, Israel, Jerusalem, Brazil, United States, Canada, Mexico, Iraq, Egypt, Sudan, Kuwait, Australia, Venezuela, Argentina (1726)
Coptic Catholic Church: Egypt (1741)
Armenian Catholic Church: Lebanon, Iran, Iraq, Egypt, Syria, Turkey, Jordan, Palestine, Ukraine, France, Greece, Latin America, Argentina, Romania, United States, Canada, Eastern Europe (1742)
Syriac Catholic Church: Lebanon, Iraq, Jordan, Kuwait, Palestine, Egypt, Sudan, Syria, Turkey, United States and Canada, Venezuela (1781)
Greek Byzantine Catholic Church: Greece, Turkey (1829)
Ethiopian Catholic Church: Ethiopia, Eritrea (1846)
Bulgarian Greek Catholic Church: Bulgaria (1861)
Macedonian Greek Catholic Church: Republic of Macedonia (1918)
Syro-Malankara Catholic Church: India, United States (1930)
Russian Catholic Church: Russia, China (1905)
Eastern Catholic Churches in date order (cont.)
Eastern Catholic Churches in date order (cont.)
By Tarra Co | 8 Gold
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