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Römisch katholische Kirche [12 entries]
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Links to Eastern Churches [49 entries]
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Syro Malankara Catholic Church
In 1926 a Jacobite Episcopal Synod held at Parumala empowered Archbishop Mar Ivanios to enter into negotiations with Rome to effect a reunion with the Catholic Church under the expressed condition that the ancient and venerable tradition of the Malankara Church should be kept intact.

Syro Malabar Church
The Syro Malabar Church was known as the Church of the St. Thomas Christians until the 18th century. At the same time it maintained communion with the Church of Rome through the Church in the Persian Empire which later came to be known as the Chaldean Church.

Byzantine Catholic Church in Slovakia
Information on the history, traditions, spirituality, art but also on the contemporary life of the Greek Catholic Church of Slovakia.

Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church
The Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church is the largest of the Eastern Catholic Churches sui juris. The Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church is a Church of the Byzantine rite whichis in full ecclesial communion with the Pope of Rome.

Catholic Churches of Oriental Rites
Chronology of Erections of Catholic Dioceses and Other Territorial Jurisdictions.

Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahedo Church
Information on the sacraments and creed of the Ethiopian Orthodox Church.

Orthodox Church in the Czech and Slovak Republics
In Czech language only!

Georgian Patriarchate
Georgia, a country of ancient history and culture, is located in the Caucasus, between the Black and Caspian Seas. At the same time it is one of the most ancient Christian countries.

Bulgarian Orthodox Church
The official website of the Bulgarian Orthodox Church. The Bulgarian Orthodox Church has its origin in the flourishing Christian Communities and churches, set up in the Balkan Peninsula as early as the first centuries of the Christian era.

Russian Orthodox Church
Offical Web server of the Moscow Patriarchate. Presentation of past and present history, Church news, documents, dioceses and the episcopate and more.

Greek Orthodox Patriarchate of Antioch and All the East
Apostles Paul and Barnabas set up the Antioch see in 42 a.D. Nowadays, the Antioch see includes the republics of Syria and Lebanon, as well as Iraq, the Arabian peninsula, parts of Turkey, and the expatriate Antioch Orthodox communities in North and Latin America, Australia and Europe.

Greek Orthodox Patriarchate of Alexandria and All Africa
The Greek Orthodox Patriarchate of Alexandria and all Africa is the second ranking Orthodox See and is in communion with all the Orthodox Churches in the world.

Ecumenical Patriarchate of Constantinople
Official Website of the Ecumenical Patriarchate of Constantinople

Romanian Greek-Catholic Church
The unofficial site of the Romanian Greek Catholic Church. Information about different aspects of Church life including pages of history, pictures, practical directory information, and more.

Orthodox Church of Estonia
The missionary activity of Byzantiumj was started by Patriarch Photius in the 9th century. On 24th of February 1996 the Autonomous Estonian Apostolic Church was reactivated.

Finnish Orthodox Church
Official website of the Finnish Orthodox Church with basic facts about the church and its history and activities, and the necessary contact information.

Romanian Orthodox Church
Twelve chapters on religious life in Romania, Orthodox teaching, Patristic theology in the Romanian Orthodox Church and many more.

Orthodox Autocephalous Church of Albania
The Church of Albania is among the most ancient. In the first century of the Christian era, the Apostle Paul made his way to Albania then part of the province of Illyricum within the Roman Empire.

Church of Greece
On 29th of June 1850 the Patriarchal Synod issued the Synodic Volume, through which the Greek Ecclesiastical Provinces of the Ecumenical Patriarchate were proclaimed the Self-Governed Church of Greece.

Polish Autocephalous Orthodox Church
The Polish Orthodox Church gained its autocephalous status from the Ecumenical Patriarchate of Constantinople in 1924.