Re: Eastern Catholocism
- Dear Denise,
I live in eastern Slovakia and I am greekcatholic.
My grandfather was reverend of this church and in my
tree of ancestors, there are 30 reverends as my xx-g-g-parents.
I have my own website about this topic:
The 'Great Schism' was between byzanth empire/orthodox-now also
Moscow/ and Vatican /catholic/ in 11th century. And exaxtly later
when Constantinopol was occupied by turkish after the battle.
If I can help you with yoor questions, I will answer you.
--- In SLOVAK-ROOTS@yahoogroups.com, Denise Slattery
>my mom and her cousins, but I don't think they would know the
> Hi Everyone,
> This is an off topic email, so please forgive me. I could ask
answers. Hence, my asking the list. Without alarming anyone, I
would ask all replies to this email be directed to me personally, at
>Catholic Church when they lived here in the United States. I, too,
> My Slovakian and Hungarian ancestors had gone to an Greek
was baptized in the Byzantine Catholic Church. However, due to my
family's moving around the midwest while I was growing up, I
attended Roman Catholic churches.
>Catholic church: Baptism, Chrismation, and Eucharist. My questions
> I am writing a paper on the Initiation ritual into the Eastern
>the 'Great Schism' is described. Am I correct in saying this schism
> 1) In researching the history of the Eastern Catholic Church,
is between the Catholic Church and the Orthodox Church, and not the
Roman (Western) and Eastern Catholic Churches?
>three sacraments become one, for Initiation of persons into the
> 2) What is the history of the Initiation ritual - how did the
Eastern Catholic Church? Is there a book that I could purchase, or
someone I can call, that would help me with the history of this?
>you can provide.
> Thank you, to everyone, in advance, for the answers and any help
>email and get things done faster.
> Denise Slattery
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