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Definition of Melchite
Melchite Mel"chite, n. [Heb. melek king.] (Eccl. Hist.)
One of a sect, chiefly in Syria and Egypt, which acknowledges
the authority of the pope, but adheres to the liturgy and
ceremonies of the Eastern Church.
Meaning of Melchite from wikipedia
- The term Melkite
(/ˈmɛlkaɪt/), also written Melchite
to various Christian churches
of the Byzantine
Rite and their members originating
in the Middle...
- **** (2004), p. 21 **** (2004, p. 21 Herbermann, Charles, ed. (1913). "Melchites
" . Catholic
Encyclopedia. New York: Robert Appleton
Company. **** (2004)...
- The Archeparchy
(in Latin: Archieparchia Berytensis
et Gibailensis Graecorum
Melkitarum) is a metropolitan eparchy
of the Melkite
(Arabic: المقوقس al-Muqawqis) was a Melchite patriarch
of the see of Alexandria
in the 7th century, one of the authors
the end of the 18th century, following
in the Beirut Melchite community
churches. In danger
of collapse, this...
- 566) was the last Patriarch
of Alexandria recognised
by both Copts
. As successor
III (IV), at the request
of the Arab king Al-Harith...
were 45 Orthodox, 12 Roman
Catholics, 13 Gr**** Catholics
), 6 Syrian
Catholic, 11 Armenians, 4 Copts
and 1 Church
of England. In...
- astronomical, and historical
Calendar, or Les Fetes
text with French translation extract
from The Remaining
- Ignatius Atiyah
as the only Patriarch
and ruled about
of the Melchite
II Dabbas, the Melkite Church
- subsequently, to Don Carlos Gereda
y de Borbón, Marquis
de Almazàn, and the Melchite
Gr**** Catholic Patriarch Gregory
of the order. Charles-Philippe...
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