Talk:Eastern Catholic Churches

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The Maronite Church claims to be the Church of Antioch and all the East... So it should be listed differently.
 
The Maronite Church claims to be the Church of Antioch and all the East... So it should be listed differently.
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: ''Melkite Greek Catholic'' is the usual English term one sees used by English-speaking Melkites for themselves. {{User:ASDamick/sig}} 17:49, 2 November 2005 (CST)

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It is not the Melkite Catholic Church, but rather the Greek Melkite Catholic Church. There are many Melkites in Lebanon, and they are called in arabic "roum malkaein", which means "Greek Melkites". Does anyone object this? Should I change this appelation?

The Maronite Church claims to be the Church of Antioch and all the East... So it should be listed differently.

Melkite Greek Catholic is the usual English term one sees used by English-speaking Melkites for themselves. —Fr. Andrew talk contribs (THINK!) 17:49, 2 November 2005 (CST)
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