What is the difference between the Church of England and Orthodox church?
The Eastern Orthodox church and the Roman Catholic church split in the Great Schism. The Church of England later split from the Roman Catholic church, but did not in any way align itself with the Eastern Orthodox church.
Do you mean Greek Orthodox, Russian Orthodox, Jewish Orthodox? Arguably, not a huge amount because orthodox usually denotes a high value being placed on procedure and tradition - which they all share to an extent.
There is no theological difference between the two. They are both part of the same Eastern Orthodox Church. The only cultural difference is the language used in their services. Their beliefs are exactly the same.
The major difference is that the Orthodox Church does not recognize the primacy of the Bishop of Rome - the pope.
The Greek Orthodox Church is one of the 12 different Churches that make up the larger, Orthodox Church.
No difference in their beliefs. They are both part of the Eastern Orthodox Church, but the Antiochians are mainly Orthodox people from Lebanon, and the Greeks are mainly Orthodox people from Greece.
A: There are many differences between Greek Orthodox Church and Russian Orthodox Church, so posing the question that broadly is meaningless. Regular Christianity is too heterogeneous if at all useful notion.
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.
The Syrian Orthodox church is an ancient church native to Syria with the Syrian Orthodox people being largely Syrian, however there are a few Iraqis who are a part of that church. There are other types of Christians in Syria such as Catholics, protestants, and Greek orthodox churches, but there is no one Syrian church.
The Church of England doesn't answer to the Pope in Rome but the Roman Catholic Church does.
. Catholic Answer The Church of England is a protestant "church" and does not have valid and licit Orders (Valid and licit bishops and priests). They have attempted to remedy this in some specific situations by having Old Catholic or Orthodox Bishops participate in their consecrations, but they remain a protestant "church" and thus have no valid sacraments outside of baptism.
It is Greek orthodox regardless of where in Greece you reside whether you are Athenian or Thessalian or Macedonian, Epirotian or Thracian orthodox etc. The foreign church of the Former Yugoslav Republic to the north of Greece, while a Christian church is a schismatic church and not recognized by the ecumenical patriarchy of Constantinople as part of the orthodox church.
Very little difference, apart from the language they speak. They both have the same faith and beliefs and both use the old calendar.
If you are speaking of the Eastern Orthodox Church, please see the related links below so you may make the comparison.
ANSWER: Actually, there is the Eastern ORTHODOX Church and the Eastern Rite Catholic Church. The Eastern Orthodox Church is separated from (in "schism" with) The Catholic Church. The Eastern Catholic Church is a "Rite"/sect in full communion with the Catholic Church and the pope. The Roman Catholic Church is the Latin Rite. Both are part of The Catholic Church. The Eastern Orthodox Church is not, technically, part/in communion with the Catholic Church. They do not… Read More
The Church of England is a Protestant Religion. Protestant is different from Catholic, within the Christian Faith.
Can a small child who has been baptised and receives C ommunion in a Greek Orthodox church also receive Communion in a Church of England church?
No, as Orthodox Christians (regardless of age) are only permitted to receive Communion in an Orthodox Church.
in Scotland a minister is Church of Scotland, threrefore, presbyterian in England a vicar is Church of England, therefore, episcopilian
What is the difference in religious art can be seen between the Roman Catholic Church and Eastern Orthodox Church?
The Roman Catholic Church is normally known for using fresco's and Statues in their churches. Whereas The Eastern Orthodox Church uses mosaics and icons, with a small percentage of the time they will also use fresco's .
Greek Orthodox Christians belong to the Eastern Orthodox Church, which is led by a group of self-governing Patriarchs, such as the Patriarch of Antioch, Alexandria, or Jerusalem. These Patriarchs are not answerable to the Pope. However, the Armenian Catholics believe in the Catholic faith and owe their allegiance to the Pope in Rome.
A major difference between Methodists and Congregationalists is the fact that the Methodist church has bishops while the Congregationalists elect their deacons in the church. The Methodist church also has creeds and the lectionary that are similar to the Church of England.
The principal difference is that Roman Catholic churches are ultimately loyal to the Pope, and Church of England churches are ultimately loyal to the English sovereign.
The Trinity is exactly the same, ie. Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.
The differences are few and there are fine lines. These two religions split from the same ideas soon after the death of Christ. Catholics have the pope and the Greek Orthodox have the Patriarch. Babies are Confirmed in the Greek Orthodox church. The Catholic church has made changes adjusting as their followers and the times changed. The Greek Orthodox church has remained traditional and made fewer changes.
A pastor is i a baptist church or chapel and vicar in C of V( church in england)
The Church of Scotland is a presbyterian denomination (i.e. governed by elders, not bishops) and is not organizationally connected to the Church of England. However, the Anglican Communion (of which the Church of England is the leading province) is represented in Scotland by the Scottish Episcopal Church.
The main difference between Orthodox chruch and Christian church is that the orthodox chruch believe they would go to heaven if they do the ten commandments but that was in Old Testament. Jesus Christ came, died for our sins, and changed that. In the New Testament, it is written that we shall get in heaven if we believe and get baptized in the name of Lord Jesus Christ. It is written in the bible that… Read More
Catholic Confirmation usually takes place when the young person is between the ages of 12 - 15 years. Orthodox Chrismation usually takes place after the baby is Baptized.
Mainly locations - the Episcopalian church is pretty much the American branch of the Anglican Church, which was the Church of England.
It's just a difference in administration. The beliefs are identical. If a Greek moves to Russia, he worships in a Russian Orthodox church, and vice versa. In the US, there will ultimately be only one administration, an American Orthodox church. At the moment there are several administrations, each under the supervision of the national church of another country. The Greek and the Russian are the largest of those administrations. Orthodox Christians in the US are… Read More
When you speak of "a church" you are usually, but not always, speaking about a particular building used for religion functions. When you are peaking of "the church" you are usually, but not always, speaking of an organized religion like the Roman Catholic Church, The Coptic Church, or the Russian Orthodox church.
A Priest is Roman Catholic - Vicar's are Church of England
It did not change, as there was no Eastern Orthodox Church before 1054, that is the year that the Schism of the East became formalized and the Eastern Orthodox Church came into existence.
The Literal Presence Of Christ in the Blessed Sacrament.
How did the relationship between the Eastern Orthodox church and the Roman Catholic Church change in 1504?
It's just Catholic, not Roman Catholic. Roman is an epithet first commonly used in England after the protestant revolt to describe the Catholic Church. It is never used by the official Catholic Church. To answer your question, it didn't, the Orthodox left the Catholic Church in 1054, nothing changed in 1504.
The main religious difference between the separatists and ordinary Puritans revolved around their view of the Church of England. The ordinary Puritans wanted to strive to reform the Church of England from within while the separatists wanted to separate from it.
Both claim to have begun in the year 33 AD on the Day of Pentecost. The Eastern Orthodox Church or, more correctly, the Catholic Orthodox Church, is known as Apostolic Succession. Some Pentecostals call themselves Apostolic. The main distinction is their emphasis on the baptism of the Holy Ghost with "speaking in tongues" The Orthodox Church believes that there is no Biblical foundation for this. Another difference is that Eastern Orthodox is trinitarian, while Apostolic… Read More
There are two main differences: 1. The Orthodox believe that the Holy Spirit proceeds from the Father alone whilst Catholics believe the Spirit proceeds from both the Faher and the Son 2. Catholics acknowledge the Bishop of Rome (pope) as spiritual leader of the universal Church whilst the Orthodox look to the Patriarch of Constantinople. Both groups believe that Christ is the Head of the Church.
No, one must be a Catholic or Orthodox to receive communion in a Catholic Church.
Nearly every doctrinal difference between the Lutheran and Eastern Orthodox Churches stem from two factors. 1. The Lutheran Church is a catholic, or western Church which shares its roots with the Roman Catholic Church. The forefathers of the modern Orthodox and the forefathers of the modern Roman Catholic and Lutheran Churches underwent the "Great Schism" in the first millennium over Trinitarian doctrine and 2. The Orthodox uphold Apostolic Tradition as a separate means of Church… Read More
The churches are both very similar but the major differences are: The Catholics recognize the pope as the head of the Church, the Orthodox do not. The Orthodox permit married clergy, the Catholics generally do not. The Orthodox and Catholics disagree over some wording in the Nicene Creed - the 'filioque' controversy.
The Orthodox Church tolerates marriage between an Orthodox to non-Orthodox Christian provided: * The non-Orthodox is baptized in water and in the Name of the Father, of the Son and of the Holy Spirit. * The couple should be willing to baptize their children in the Orthodox Church and raise and nurture them in accordance with the Orthodox Faith.
Russian Orthodox chruch is part of the Orhtodox Cannon, the oldest form of Christianity. The Church is part of the same group that includes the Greek, Armenian and other ORthodox Churchs. The only difference between the Russian and other Orthodox churches is their primary language, and other non-christian traditions like dances, prominant festivals, or supersticions. But as far as the rest of Christianity goes, the Orthodox's main difference is a unique date for Easter, their… Read More
Some byzantine churches are Orthodox. And some Orthodox churches are byzantine. Other than that, there's no difference. There are Roman Catholic churches which follow the byzantine form of worship, since they ceased being Orthodox in the 1400-1700s but retained their liturgical practices. And there are plenty of Orthodox parishes which have never followed byzantine norms for worship (Russian, for example, or in some places, Western Rite, especially when an entire Anglican or Roman Catholic congregation… Read More
The Great Schism was between the Roman Catholic Church and the Eastern Orthodox Church (or Catholicism and Eastern Orthodox).
The generally accepted date for the split between what is now called the Roman Catholic Church and what is now called the Eastern Orthodox Church is 1054 AD. The Anglican Church is generally considered to come from the time of King Henry VIII in the 1530s, although some would say that the Anglicanism originated in the Elizabethan Settlement of 1559, since Queen Mary effectively returned the Church of England to Roman Catholicism earlier in the… Read More
ANSWER 1: The Church of England is the ANGLICAN church. In the United States, the Anglican Church is the Episcopal Church; and so, then, there is no difference between the Church of England and Christianity. The Church of England is about as Christian as it gets. However, that said, if you are a Roman Catholic who believes that Rome is the See of "the one and only true Christian church," and that all other churches… Read More
The Russian Orthodox Church is part of the Eastern Orthodox Church, and is therefore in communion with all the other churches that belong to the Eastern Orthodox Church, such as the Greeks, Serbians, Romanians, etc. The Coptic Orthodox Church is part of the "miaphysite" group of churches, also called "Oriental" or Non-Chalcedonian churches, and is therefore not in communion with the rest of the Orthodox world. The Eastern Orthodox Church, which includes the Russian Orthodox… Read More
The Catholic Church is headed by the Pope in Rome, the Anglican Church is headed by the Monarch of England, currently Queen Elizabeth II.
The Church of England did not break away from the Eastern Orthodox Church, it broke from the Roman Catholic Church in 1534.
The Church of England is a subsect of Christianity rather than a separate religion. It did, however, separate from the Roman Catholic church, which is also a subsect of Christianity (though, admittedly, a rather large one).