Eastern Orthodox Church

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Equally problematic for ecumenical relationships is that, in accepting the Western Rite, the Eastern Orthodox Church has essentially taken a unilateral stand on liturgical/theological issues that are still to be discussed in bilateral dialogues.
The Christian East & The Rise of the Papacy: The Church AD 1071-1453" is the fourth volume of the acclaimed 'The Church in History' series, and covers such topics as the reformation of the papacy, the crusades, scholasticism and it's impacts on the Eastern Orthodox church.
He finds the origins of the Slavic vampire in refusals to abandon pagan beliefs and rituals proscribed by the Eastern Orthodox Church, noting that this historical aspect of the vampire is implicitly present in modern times.
The pope also went further than his predecessors in holding dialogue and preaching reconciliation with other religious sects like the Eastern Orthodox Church and with Islamic leaders.
John's Eastern Orthodox Church - Father Luke Hartung will give a slide presentation, "Living in the Mystery of Mount Athos," on Thursday at 7 p.
Two indices fill out the wealth of information: lists of Psalms in the Divine Office of the Roman Catholic Church just before the Reformation, and of those used in the Eastern Orthodox Church.
John Maximovitch Eastern Orthodox Church - the building that was formerly Icky's Tea House - and is being converted to a rectory for the church's priest.
This large-scale icon was the centerpiece of an enormous iconostasis or wall of brightly colored icons separating the sanctuary from the nave of an Eastern Orthodox church.
Peter's jointly by the Pope and Bartholomew I, the Ecumenical Patriarch of the Eastern Orthodox Church.
For most of us, the Eastern Orthodox Church is not even a blip on the radar screen.
The Eastern Orthodox Church remembers Saint John the Forerunner on six separate feast days with January 7 being John's main feast day, immediately flowing Epiphany (January 6).
The Eastern Orthodox Church dedicates several days throughout the year to the dead, mostly on Saturdays, because of Jesus' resting in the tomb on Saturday with the All Souls' Day before Pentecost having a special significance.
The focal point of the Eastern Orthodox Church for nearly one thousand years, the building witnessed the excommunication of Patriarch Michael I Cerularius on the part of Pope Leo IX in 1054, an act which is commonly considered the start of the Great Schism.
She analyzes it from the perspective of art history, but also as an element in the cultural history of Serbia and the Eastern Orthodox Church.
John Maximovitch Eastern Orthodox Church - Pascha, the Feast of the Resurrection of Christ, will be celebrated with a vigil service at 10:30 p.
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