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Melkites are the present day Catholics:
The "Church of Antioch" is also called "Melkite Greek Catholic Church", "Grec Melkite Catholique", and "Roum Melkite Catholique".
The Patriarchate of Antioch is also called "See of Antioch", "Patriarcat Grec Melkite Catholique", and "Patriarcat Roum Melkite Catholique". The Patriarchate of Antioch has three Sees:
The Patriarchate of Antioch is centered in Egypt, Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon, Palestine, Sudan, Syria, and Turkey. The Patriarchate of Antioch spans the world.
The head of The Melkite Greek Catholic Church is Holy God the Son within the Holy Trinity / Our Lord, God and Savior, Jesus Christ. The spiritual leader of The Melkite Greek Catholic Church is The Patriarch of Antioch.
The Melkite Greek Catholic Church follows the:
Melkites serve as a witness to the Eastern Orthodox Churches. Melkites are a living example that one can be true to a different heritage and be in communion with the Holy See of Rome, which is represented by the Pope.
Holy God the Son within the Holy Trinity / Our Lord, God and Savior, Jesus Christ lived, died, resurrected, and ascended into heaven in the Holy Land.
Please help the "the Living Stones" where Holy God the Son within the Holy Trinity / Our Lord, God and Savior, Jesus Christ had his ministry. Thank you.
Holy God Home Page -- Holy God the Holy Trinity -- Holy God the Father -- Holy God the Son / Jesus Christ -- Holy God the Holy Spirit
Holy Mysteries Home Page -- Baptism -- Holy Chrismation (Confirmation) -- Holy Eucharist (Holy Communion) -- Qurban (Holy Bread) -- Antidoron (Holy Bread) -- Holy Oil (Holy Annointing / Holy Unction) -- Repenance (Confession / Penance) -- Holy Crowning (Matrimony / Marriage / Wedding) -- Holy Orders (Holy Ordination)
Services - Divine Liturgy Home Page -- Byzantine Rite Greek
Variant -- Divine Liturgy Overview -- Three
Divine Liturgies -- Saint John
Chrysostom -- Saint Basil the
Great -- Holy Apostle James
Appreciation Liturgy -- Jesus Christ Present
CyberTypicon, Monthly printed Typicon
Global Melklite Assoication, Arabic Readings or Readings -- English Readings or Readings -- Subscribe Readings of the Day -- A Byzantine Typicon -- Gospel Readings for any year
Kontakion, Troparion, Exapostilarion, and Vespers Sticheron or Doxastichon -- Nativity Cycle -- Pascha Cycle -- Other days
CyberTypicon Divine Liturgy Definitions -- Elements in the Divine Liturgy -- Glossary -- Primer for Melkite Worship and Ritual
-- Anaphora -- Antidoron (Blessed Bread) -- Beginning -- Blessing the people with Candles -- Customs -- Entrances -- Epiclesis -- Gospel -- Great Doxology -- Holy Eucharist -- Holy Eucharist Consecration -- Holy Eucharist Recieve Prayers -- Holy Eucharist after Prayers -- Kissing the cross and receiving the Antidoron -- Litanies -- Parameya -- Pray for People -- Prayer of the Ambon -- Prokimenon -- Qurban (Holy Bread)
Antiphon Response -- Antiphons for Weekdays -- Baptismal Hymn -- Cross Hymn -- Exaltation of Cross Prayers -- Exaltation of Cross Troparion -- Hymn of the Cross -- Nativity According to the Flesh of Jesus Christ Prayers -- Pascha - Fesakh - Hajmeh Prayers -- Palm Sunday - Shaneeneh Prayers -- Pentecost Prayers -- -- Shaneeneh Prayers -- Theophany of Jesus Christ Prayers -- Thrice Holy Hymn -- Trisagion Hymn -- (Hymn of the Cross -- or -- Baptismal Hymn)
Antimension -- Crucifx and Cross -- Hymns -- Ikonostasis (Iconostasis) -- Ikons (Icons) -- Vestments -- Vestments Patterns
Liturgical Services Other than Divine Liturgy Home Page -- Hours -- Vespers -- Great Compline / Sal'aat Ya-Rab Al-Kuwaat / Salaat Ya Rabbal Quwwaat / Ya Rabb Al-Quwwat / Ya Rab Al Qouat -- Compline -- Matins -- Orthros -- Paraclisis -- Al-Madayih / Al Madaayeh / Al Madayeh / Acathist Hymn / Akathist Hymn / Hymn of the Akathistos -- Churching a Baby -- Memorial Service / Jennaz -- All Souls Saturdays
Prayers Home Page -- Child Naming Prayer -- Falling Asleep in the Lord Prayer -- Glory Be -- Hail Mary -- Invocation of the Holy Name -- Jesus Prayer -- Lord's Prayer -- Mother after Childbirth Prayer -- Naming Child Prayer -- Nicean Creed -- Opening Prayers -- Our Father / Abana-ladhee / Pater imon -- Sick -- Sign of the Cross -- St Ephrem the Syrian Prayer -- Student Prayer -- Traveler Prayer
Blessings Home Page
Candles -- Candles, Bless with -- Car (Auto) -- Eggs Pascha -- Flowers Dormition -- Grapes Transfiguration -- Holy Artos (Blessed Bread) Pascha -- House -- House Theophany -- Ikon -- Olive Branches Shaneeneh -- Palm Branches Shaneeneh -- Water -- Water Theophany
Feasts of Feasts and Great Feasts Days Home Page
Pascha -- Nativity According to the Flesh of Jesus Christ -- Holy Hypapanty of Jesus Christ and the Purification of The Theotokos -- Holy Theophany -- Transfiguration -- Palm Sunday - Shaneeneh -- Ascension -- Pentecost -- Exaltation of the Holy Cross
Nativity of The Theotokos -- Entrance of The Theotokos into the Temple -- Annunciation (Al Bisharah) -- Dormition
Liturgical Cycle of Holy God and Saints Home Page
Jesus Christ's Liturgical Cycle and Jesus Christ's Biography
The Theotokos' Liturgical Cycle and The Theotokos' Biography
Prophet John the Baptist's Liturgical Cycle and Prophet John the Baptist's Biography
Preparing (Fasting, Praying, and Performing Charity) and Celebrating (Feasting) Home Page
Preparing includes Fasting -- Praying -- Performing Charity -- Celebrating includes Feasting
Nativity According to the Flesh of Jesus Christ -- Preparing Pre-Nativity Fast -- Celebrating Feasting
Pascha -- Preparing Fasting (Great Lent and Holy Week Fasting Theology and Great Lent and Holy Week Fasting Guidelines) -- Celebrating Feasting
Dormition of The Theotokos -- Preparing Our Lady's Fast -- Celebrating Feasting
Holy Apostles Peter and Paul -- Preparing Apostles Fast -- Celebrating Feasting
Saints -- Blessed -- People in Canonization Process
Stewardship Home Page
Pope and Latin Catholic Church
Melkite Greek Catholic Church / Grec Melkite Catholique
Patriarchate of the Melkite Greek Catholic Church -- Patriarch / Batriyark of the Melkite Greek Catholic Church -- Clergy in the Melkite Greek Catholic Church
Eparchy of Newton Office of Educational Services
Courage to Be Ourselves -- Primer -- Bearers of the Mysteries -- Role Eastern -- Worshipping
Life - Babies have a Right to Life (Pro Life) -- Birth control / Contraception -- Priests for Life
School Student Information Homework Project on How Melkite Catholics are Different from Latin (Roman) Catholics
Dialogue between Melkites and Anglicans (Episcopalicans) -- Dialogue between Melkites and Muslims
Maltese Religious Terms Of Arabic Origin, Christopher Agius, 2005
Vendors for Religious Melkite Items
Alphabetical Index -- Thesaurus
Another Thesaurus Maltese Religious Terms Of Arabic Origin, Christopher Agius, 2005
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