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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 Eastern Christian churches
of the Byzantine
Rite and their members
- **** (2004), p. 21 **** (2004, p. 21 Herbermann, Charles, ed. (1913). "Melchites
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Encyclopedia. New York: Robert Appleton
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- 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
- astronomical, and historical
Calendar, or Les Fetes
text with French translation extract
from The Remaining
(Including Gr****, Syriac
(Roman and Melchite
communities. The majority
- 566) was the last Patriarch
of Alexandria recognised
by both Copts
. As successor
III (IV), at the request
of the Arab king Al-Harith...
- was a contemporary
of the annalist Eutychius
(=Said al-Bitriq), also a Melchite
. His history commences
with the foundation
of the world
and runs up to...
- y de Borbón and the Spiritual Protectorship
III Laham, the Melchite
Gr**** Catholic Patriarch
at that time. On 27 May 2012, Gregory...
of the Holy See, the White Fathers established
a Gr**** Melchite seminary
for the formation
of that rite. In 1894 a mission
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