Eastern Catholic Churches

There are about twelve million faithful united in Rome in the five rites and Eastern Church groups: Byzantine (about 5 million faithful, Ukrainians, Romanians, and others spread throughout the world), Chaldean (about 500,000 in Iraq, Malabar in India); Alexandrian (150,000 Copts in Egypt, 100,000 Ethiopians), Antiochian (Maronite, Syrian ...)...
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Eastern Catholic Churches

The Eastern Catholic Churches are autonomous, self-governing particular churches in full communion with the Pope. Together with the Latin Church, they make up the entire Catholic Church. They preserve many centuries-old Eastern liturgical, devotional, and theological traditions, which are in most cases shared with the various other Eastern Christi...
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Eastern Catholic Churches

historically called Uniate Churches, are 23 self-governing particular churches in full communion with the Pope, which make up the Catholic Church together with the Latin Church. Liturgies of the 23 Eastern Catholic churches include the Byzantine, Alexandrian, Armenian, East Syrian, and West Syrian Rites, traditions that are shared with other Easter...
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