Nestorian Church

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a Christian Church in the Middle East that followed Nestorianism

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Other Uniate denominations include the Maronite Church, the Syrian Catholic Church, and the Chaldean Catholic Church, which derives from the Nestorian Church.
Editor's note: The Catholic equivalent of the Holy Catholic Apostolic Assyrian Church of the East, a Nestorian Church, is the Chaldean Church.
as well as the intriguing members of the high clergy of the Nestorian church (the official confession of the Empire, though in fact most Azanians appear to be animists).
4 million for design and construction for the Nestorian Church of Beijing.
3) The Nestorian church did not, however, make any historical impact.
There were numbers of European travellers and missionaries: the Nestorian Church with its centre in Bagdad flourished during the thirteenth century.
By the 13th century the Church of the East (or the Nestorian Church as "most of the early Asian Christian communities came to be called") had "ecclesiastical authority over more of the earth than either Rome or Constantinople.
The main Eastern groups belonged to the autonomous Orthodox churches, the Uniate churches, which recognize the Roman Catholic Pope, and the independent Nestorian Church.