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Are there any Orthodox Churches in Goa?

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There are Catholic churches and Orthodox churches. There are no Catholic Orthodox churches. There are, however, some Eastern Rite Catholic churches but they are not Orthodox. They are fully Catholic.

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Yes, there is a Coptic orthodox church in India called the Malankara Orthodox Church.

A Coptic Orthodox person cannot marry any other person from any other christian denomination,but is allowed to marry the person if that person is greek orthodox or belongs to the group of oriental orthodox churches which consist of Coptic Orthodox, Syriac Orthodox, Ethiopian Orthodox, Eritrean Orthodox, Malankara Orthodox Syrian Church (India) and Armenian orthodox Apostolic churches.

There are approximately 125 Greek Orthodox churches in Australia, but this does not include the other Orthodox churches, such as the Russian, Serbian, Romanian, Antiochian, Ukrainian Orthodox, etc.

Most Orthodox churches would allow this, so long as any children are Baptized in the Orthodox Church.

No, Orthodox churches are where persons of Greek or Russian Orthodox faith worship. Like the Church of England, the Orthodox also separated from the Roman Catholic Church on matters of doctrine.

Some Orthodox Churches use the new Gregorian calendar, but most Orthodox Churches continue to use the old Julian calendar.

Russian orthodox. Greek orthodox. Coptic orthodox. Antiochia orthodox. Eastern orthodox. Ethiopian orthodox.

The Russian Orthodox, Serbian Orthodox, and Carpatho-Russian churches

Orthodox Jews go to Synagogue. Orthodox Christians go to Orthodox Churches.

Goa has many Christian Churches. yeah but what area has the most

Yes, there are still Orthodox churches, and they go by "Orthodox Church," although in western countries this may often be preceded by the ethnicity of the founders of the parish - "Greek Orthodox," "Antiochian Orthodox," "Russian Orthodox," etc. A list of the canonical orthodox churches of the world can be found at

Orthodox churches are churches that believe in Eastern Orthodoxy. Eastern Orthodoxy is the second largest group of Christians in the world, with Roman Catholics first.

Goa is also the perfect of cultural equilibrium and does the balancing act Churches and Cathedral of Goa: Colonial legacy of Old Goa, a designated World.

Yes, the Eastern Orthodox, Greek Orthodox, and Russian Orthodox churches and their members do.

I see a lot of domes on Orthodox churches but rarely see them on Catholic churches.

Orthodox Christian Reformed Churches in North America ended in 2008.

Orthodox Christian Reformed Churches in North America was created in 1979.

The Orthodox Churches and the Catholic Church were once united. The Orthodox Churches separated from the Catholic Church over political and doctrinal differences.

Everyone knows Goa tourist attractions are its sunny golden beaches. But beaches are not the only tourist attraction of Goa. Goa is an old city having its own traditions, culture, architecture and its share of monuments. Goa is studded with churches all over due to its past of foreign connection. There is galore of tourist attractions in Goa. There are beaches; temples, churches and villages are not to be forgotten.

Most Orthodox Christians are part of the Eastern Orthodox Church (commonly referred to as the Greek, Russian, Serbian churches, etc) but a smaller group exists of Oriental Orthodox (such as the Coptic and Armenian churches).

There are mainly 84 churches in india.Chirstianity in india is popular in the states of kerala,mizoram,goa,meghalaya and pondicherry.The biggest is se cathedral church in old goa.

Most Orthodox Churches are shaped like a cross. At the front is the altar, the back is the narthex and nave, with the pews in the middle.

Many Orthodox churches have a dome because it represents Heaven. Many Catholic churches also have domes, such as in St Peter's in the Vatican and St Mark's in Venice.