Definition of Uniat. Meaning of Uniat. Synonyms of Uniat

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Definition of Uniat

Uniat
Uniat U"ni*at, Uniate U"ni*ate, n. (Eccl.) A member of the Greek Church, who nevertheless acknowledges the supremacy of the Pope of Rome; one of the United Greeks. Also used adjectively.

Meaning of Uniat from wikipedia

- Uniat to refer to Eastern Catholics, stating: "The 'Uniat Church' is therefore really synonymous with 'Eastern Churches united to Rome', and 'Uniats'...
- opposition to this situation. In the 19th century, there were three main Uniat movements in the then Bulgarians po****ted lands. They were connected to...
- The Ruthenian Uniate Church (Latin: Ecclesia Ruthena unita; Polish: Ruski Kościół Unicki) is a historical church that existed in the Polish–Lithuanian...
- 1900 forty-nine theological colleges, twenty-nine Catholic, five Gr**** Uniat, four Gr**** Orthodox, ten Protestant and one Jewish. Among special schools...
- Catholicisation refers mainly to the conversion of adherents of other religions into Catholicism, and the system of expanding Catholic influence in politics...
- Uniatism, method of union of the past, and the present search for full communion, also known as the Balamand declaration and the Balamand do****ent, is...
- of God, Hesychasm, Fourth Crusade, establishment of the Latin Empire, Uniatism to note but a few) as well as practical matters such as the concrete exercise...
- Gomirje (Serbian: Манастир Гомирје) is a Serbian Orthodox monastery in Croatia. It is the westernmost Serb Orthodox monastery, located in the western part...
- of 'missionary apostolate' described above, and which has been calleduniatism′, can no longer be accepted either as a method to be followed nor as a...
- interference of extra-ecclesial interests"; and that what has been called "uniatism" "can no longer be accepted either as a method to be followed nor as a...
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