Roman Catholic AnswerCatholic, by about a thousand years; the Orthodox split from the Catholic Church in the eleventh century.
Orthodox Roman Catholic
Roman Catholic AnswerIt was called the Schism of the East, when the Orthodox Church broke away from the Catholic Church.
christian but not catholicANSWER 2Two religions have orthodox branches: Jewish Orthodox and Greek Orthodox Catholics (as compared with Roman Catholic).
Yes. In fact, if a Roman Catholic is unable to partake of the Eucharist in a Roman Catholic church, they may do so in an Orthodox one. The RCC considers Orthodox sacraments valid (including their ordinations to the priesthood).
yes it can ex: Louis an orthodox roman catholic .
No. You can convert to Roman Catholicism directly.
Yes. I am a Catholic who married a Greek Orthodox in the Greek Orthodox church (and no, I did not have to convert first).
I assume you mean Roman Catholic. If so, then: No, Greece is largely Greek Orthodox. As an anglo-catholic I believe that Orthodox Christians are members of a valid branch of the one, holy catholic and apostolic church. But they are not roman catholic.
Roman Catholic AnswerThe Catholic would need to apply to his priest for an annulment, I don't know what the regulations are for the Orthodox.
There were two main churches: Roman Catholic and Orthodox. - UPDATE - Actually there were three main churches at the time, the Roman Catholic Church, Eastern Orthodox Church and Oriental Orthodox Church. The Oriental Orthodox Church was the first church to break away from the Orthodox Church (Eastern Orthodox Church) in 451AD followed by the Roman Catholic Church in 1054AD.
Croats are Roman Catholic and the Serbs are Orthodox Catholic
No. the Greek Orthodox believes they are the true church while the Roman Catholic Church believes that they are the true church.
It is when The Roman Catholic Church and The Eastern Orthodox Church had The Great Schism, in which The Roman Catholic Church broke off The Orthodox Church.
I see a lot of domes on Orthodox churches but rarely see them on Catholic churches.
No, it is not in communion with the Catholic Church.
Roman Catholic, Protestant, Eastern Orthodox
The Eastern Orthodox religions
nope but the orthodox do
Pase click the following link to view the article that states the differences between the Eastern Orthodox and Roman Catholic theologies.
You mean when did the Orthodox(east) and Catholic Church(west)seperate from each other? In 1054
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.
He is either Roman Catholic or Eastern Orthodox.
Christianity, Roman Catholic and Orthodox, and Islam
Protestant; Roman Catholic; Orthodox
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