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The ROC should not be confused with the Orthodox Church in America (OCA), another autocephalous Orthodox Church (since 1970, albeit not universally recognised in this status), that traces its existence in North America to the time of the Russian missionaries in Alaska (then part of the Russian Empire) in the late 18th century, and still adheres to the ROC liturgical tradition. The ROCOR was instituted in the 1920s by Russian communities outside then Communist Russia, which refused to recognize the authority of the Moscow Patriarchate then de facto headed by Metropolitan Sergius Stragorodsky.The ROC should also not be confused with the Russian Orthodox Church Outside Russia (also known as the Russian Orthodox Church Abroad, or ROCOR), headquartered in New York, New York, U. The two Churches reconciled on May 17, 2007; the ROCOR is now a self-governing part of the Russian Orthodox Church.Few Christian denominations can claim the antiquity of the Syriac Orthodox Church of Antioch, whose foundations can be traced back to the very dawn of Christianity.The Church justifiably prides itself as being one of the earliest established apostolic churches.Meet, mix and match with single Christians of all ages from 20s-30s, over 40s or 50 plus single seniors and older Christians.101 is a Christian friendship and singles service for young Christian people and students as well as mature, older single Christian men and women.
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The See of Antioch continues to flourish till our day, with His Holiness Patriarch Ignatius Zakka I, being the 122 in the line of legitimate patriarchs. 518, after a period of turbulent history, to various locations in the Near East until it settled in the monastery Dayro d-Mor Hananya (also known as Kurkmo Dayro, Deir az-Za'faran--Syriac and Arabic respectively for Saffron Monastery) in Mardin, Turkey, during the 13th century.
The patriarchate was forced to move from Antioch in ca. After another period of heinous violence during and after World War I, which took the lives of a quarter million Syriac Orthodox faithful, the patriarchate was transferred to Homs, Syria, in 1933, and later to Damascus in 1957.
The Georgian Apostolic Autocephalous Orthodox Christians number nearly 3.8 million. The Georgian Orthodox population is the highest in the country and is governed by the Holy Synod of Bishops.
The current Georgian constitution recognizes the church’s role but specifies its independence from the state.