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Eastern Catholic Churches: Quiz


Question 1: Macedonian Catholic Church (an apostolic exarchate): ________, [11,491], Republic of Macedonia (1918)

Question 2: The Syro-Malabar Church, based in ________, India, has never been out of communion with Rome.
KeralaMalayaliKochi, IndiaThiruvananthapuram

Question 3: The Churches that sided with Constantinople are known collectively as the ________.
Orthodox ChurchEast–West SchismEastern ChristianityChristianity

Question 4: Terminology may vary: for instance, diocese and eparchy, vicar general and protosyncellus, confirmation and ________ are respectively Western and Eastern terms for the same realities.
ChrismationBaptismBishopOrthodox Church

Question 5: Bulgarian Catholic Church[8] (apostolic exarchate): ________, [10,107], Bulgaria (1861)

Question 6: This holds also for Latin Catholics: in ________, they are placed in the care of bishops of the Ethiopic Catholic Church.

Question 7: They include the Syro-Malankara Catholic Church, the ________ and the Ethiopic Catholic Church.
Syro-Malabar Catholic ChurchMaronite ChurchSyriac Catholic ChurchFrancis Xavier

Question 8: [23] The schism is conventionally dated to 1054, when the Patriarch of Constantinople and the Papal Legate Humbert of Mourmoutiers issued mutual ________ that have since been revoked.
BishopShunningNew TestamentExcommunication

Question 9: History
Ecumenical council
Christianization of Bulgaria
Christianization of Kievan Rus'
East-West Schism
By region
Asian - Copts
Eastern Orthodox - Georgian - Ukrainian
Roman EmpireByzantine EmpireWestern Roman EmpireByzantine Iconoclasm

Question 10: Note: Georgian Byzantine-Rite Catholics are not recognized as a ________ (cf.
Catholic Church hierarchyEastern Catholic ChurchesCatholic ChurchParticular Church


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