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 Separations in between the East and West. R. Roberson: The Eastern Christian Churches, 1996. Separations in between the East and West. R. Roberson: The Eastern Christian Churches, 1996.
  
- |Council of Ephesus 431. |It gave definition of Mary as Theotokos - Nestorians found it inacceptable,​ |Assyrian Church of the East.| Chaldean - P Syro-Malabar MA| +|Council of Ephesus 431. |It gave definition of Mary as Theotokos - Nestorians found it inacceptable,​ |Assyrian Church of the East.| Chaldean - P Syro-Malabar MA| 
- ​|Council of Chalcedon 451|Gave two natures of christ - monophysites found it unacceptable|Armenian,​ Coptic >> Ethiopian, Syrian >> Malankara| +|Council of Chalcedon 451|Gave two natures of christ - monophysites found it unacceptable|Armenian,​ Coptic >> Ethiopian, Syrian >> Malankara| 
- ​|Great Schism 1054| |Orthodox Church, 9 are patriarchates - Constantinople (1st among equals, ecumenical patriarch), Ancient: Alexandria, Antioch, Jerusalem, More Recent: Russia - P, Serbia - P, Romania - P, Bulgaria - P, Georgia - P, Cyprus, Greece, Poland, Albania, Czech, America| Melkite - P, Russian Catholic, Byzantines, Macedonian, Romainian Catholic, Bulgarian Catholic, Greek Catholic, Albanian Catholic, Slovak Catholic, Ukranianian Catholic, Ruthenian, Hungarian, Italo-Albanian,​ Belorusian Catholic Church| +|Great Schism 1054| |Orthodox Church, 9 are patriarchates - Constantinople (1st among equals, ecumenical patriarch), Ancient: Alexandria, Antioch, Jerusalem, More Recent: Russia - P, Serbia - P, Romania - P, Bulgaria - P, Georgia - P, Cyprus, Greece, Poland, Albania, Czech, America| Melkite - P, Russian Catholic, Byzantines, Macedonian, Romainian Catholic, Bulgarian Catholic, Greek Catholic, Albanian Catholic, Slovak Catholic, Ukranianian Catholic, Ruthenian, Hungarian, Italo-Albanian,​ Belorusian Catholic Church| 
- ​|Autonomous Churches | | Church of Mount Sinai, Finland, Japan, China, Estonia|Maronite Catholic|+|Autonomous Churches | | Church of Mount Sinai, Finland, Japan, China, Estonia|Maronite Catholic|
  
  Latin church became identified (internally) with the catholic, indeed christian church. From the 16th century, Latins sent missionaries to the East, when they became catholic and retained ritual privileges. The last of the unions dates from 1930: Syro-malankara. First was Chaldean 1553. Most have a sister church that is orthodox. Uniatism has given over to Ecumenism. Orthodox still call them Uniates because they are somewhat anomylous. The Orthodox and Eastern Catholics have liturgy, theology and spirituality. The churches are diverse, large, small. Maronites claim they were always in communion - from the 6th century to the 12th century, there was an interruption of contact, but not of unity. The latin church is the 23rd, but it is also somewhat different.  Latin church became identified (internally) with the catholic, indeed christian church. From the 16th century, Latins sent missionaries to the East, when they became catholic and retained ritual privileges. The last of the unions dates from 1930: Syro-malankara. First was Chaldean 1553. Most have a sister church that is orthodox. Uniatism has given over to Ecumenism. Orthodox still call them Uniates because they are somewhat anomylous. The Orthodox and Eastern Catholics have liturgy, theology and spirituality. The churches are diverse, large, small. Maronites claim they were always in communion - from the 6th century to the 12th century, there was an interruption of contact, but not of unity. The latin church is the 23rd, but it is also somewhat different.
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 **Official Language** Latin - diversity is great, but there isn't a common language between the eastern churches. Sometimes it couldn'​t even be put into practice in 1991 because it had to be translated into the working language of the church. **Official Language** Latin - diversity is great, but there isn't a common language between the eastern churches. Sometimes it couldn'​t even be put into practice in 1991 because it had to be translated into the working language of the church.
  
- |eparchy|diocese| +|eparchy|diocese| 
- ​|eparchial |diocesan | +|eparchial |diocesan | 
- ​|protosyncellus |vicar general| +|protosyncellus |vicar general| 
- ​|syncellus |episcopal vicar | +|syncellus |episcopal vicar | 
- ​|protopresbyter |vicar forane | +|protopresbyter |vicar forane | 
- ​|Hierarch |Ordinary | +|Hierarch |Ordinary | 
- ​|eparchial assembly |diocesan synod | +|eparchial assembly |diocesan synod | 
- ​|exarchy |~apostolic vicariat / prefecture | +|exarchy |~apostolic vicariat / prefecture | 
- ​|Exarch |~apostolic vicar / prefect | +|Exarch |~apostolic vicar / prefect | 
- ​|Chrismation with holy myron |confirmation | +|Chrismation with holy myron |confirmation | 
- ​|typikon|constitutions| +|typikon|constitutions| 
- ​|synaxis|monastic chapter|+|synaxis|monastic chapter|
  
 ===Concepts of "​rite"​ and "​Church sui iuris"​=== ===Concepts of "​rite"​ and "​Church sui iuris"​===
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 So few canons since most everything is the same as patriarchal churches. ​ Ukrainian wants to become a patriarchal church. ​  A church sui iuris can modify its status. ​ Some of these four were Metropolitan Churches, and therefore we have to be aware that a MA church could become Patriarchal. So few canons since most everything is the same as patriarchal churches. ​ Ukrainian wants to become a patriarchal church. ​  A church sui iuris can modify its status. ​ Some of these four were Metropolitan Churches, and therefore we have to be aware that a MA church could become Patriarchal.
  
-====Chap III. The Metropolitan Church Sui Iuris (cc. 155-173)====+====Chap III. The Metropolitan Church Sui Iuris ====
 **CCEO 155** §1 Head is a metropolitan appointed by Roman pontiff and assisted by a hierarchal council. There is no election. ​ This church can propose candidates to Rome. Council is to ‘assist’ the metropolitan;​ functions more or less as the synod of bishops of the patriarchal church. **CCEO 155** §1 Head is a metropolitan appointed by Roman pontiff and assisted by a hierarchal council. There is no election. ​ This church can propose candidates to Rome. Council is to ‘assist’ the metropolitan;​ functions more or less as the synod of bishops of the patriarchal church.
  
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