They are quite similar. Byzantine church for example does not recognize a pope. Instead of pope each country which is byzantine church has its own church leader so there are about 15 leaders, for instance in Russia. Western church recognize pope as gods emissary on earth.
The pope is western. The Byzantine Church is eastern.
The Eastern Orthodox Church was the church for the Byzantine Empire.
Perhaps you are referring to the Western Catholic Church in the Roman Empire and the Eastern Orthodox Church in the Byzantine Empire.
The Roman Catholics were strongly opposed to some of the practices of the Byzantine Church, and vice versa. This tension resulted in the Great Schism, in which the Western and Eastern Church split.
the leader of the Byzantine Church was called the Metropolitans.
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Greek Byzantine Catholic Church was created in 1907.
.Catholic AnswerNone, they are the same Church. The Catholic Church encompasses a number of Rites, of which the Latin Rite is the largest, followed by the Byzantine Rite, commonly called the Byzantine Church by some.
The Roman Catholic church survived the fall of the Western Roman Empire. The Orthodox Church survived the fall of the Byzantine Empire.
Derived from the Byzantine Church and adhering to Byzantine rites. i.e Greek Orthodox and Roman Catholic Orthodox churches. The Catholic Church as it existed in the Byzantine Empire.
it means it existed in the byzantine empire
A rift developed between Latin Christianity and Greek Christianity which then led to the schism between the Catholic and Orthodox Churches. The conflict between the two led to mutual distrust . The Orthodox Church was the church of the Byzantine Empire.
What type of church was most commonly constructed in the Byzantine Empire
Because the orthodox use a different calender to the western church
Empress Theodora was the wife of Justinian I of the Byzantine Empire. Arguably the most influential woman in Byzantine history she is, like her husband, considered a Saint by the Orthodox church and commemorated on Nov 14. A full discussion of her life and works would be beyond the scope of this forum
The Patriarch of the Greek Orthodox Church was also the Byzantine Emperor, head of both Church and State.
The eastern church was the only Church of the Byzantine Empire. The eastern Church was the church of the eastern part of the Roman Empire. The western church was the church of the western part of the Roman Empire. At the time of the Romans they were called western or Latin and eastern or Greek branches of the Catholic church. At that time this was a church which subscribed to the Nicaean creed. This creed had a particular interpretation of the trinity and opposed different interpretations by different Christian sects, particularly the Arian Christians. After these two churches split they came to be called Orthodox and Catholic respectively. Byzantine Empire is a term coined by historians to indicate the eastern part of the Roman Empire after the fall of the western part of the Roman Empire. The Romans themselves did not use this term. They just had the term Roman Empire. The eastern part of the Roman Empire continued to exist for another 1,000 year after the fall of the western part. The term Byzantine is derived from Byzantium, the name of the Greek city which was redeveloped, turned into the capital of the eastern part of the Roman Empire and renamed Constantinople by Constantine the Great in 330. It is used to indicate the fact that not long after the fall of the west, this empire became centred on Greece and Greek in character after it lost most of its non-Greek territories. Greek replaced Latin as the official language of this empire in 620, some 150 years after the fall of the west.
After the Great Schism, the Byzantine church became known as the Eastern Orthodox Church. The west branch was known as the Roman Catholic Church.
The Byzantine Church was used for worship. Following the death of the Roman Emperor Constantine, the Roman Empire split into the Roman Empire and the Byzantine Empire. Eventually, the Bishop of Rome became the head of the church in the Roman Empire. Over the years, that church became the Roman Catholic Church. The Bishop of Constantinople became the head of the Byzantine Church. That church evolved into the Greek Orthodox Church and still exists today.
St. Nicholas Byzantine Catholic Church was created in 1918.
The Eastern Orthodox Church.
The Orthodox Church
Greek Orthodox Church