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1 The Orthodox Church is composed of 23 self-governing churches that emerged from the Byzantine Empire.
2 The Orthodox Church is composed of 23 self-governing churches.
3 Can there be a Russia without a vibrant Orthodox Church?
4 The St. George Chursh is the oldest Greek Orthodox church in the middle east.
5 In the Eastern Orthodox Church, it is often called the Entry into Jerusalem, and is the beginning of Holy Week.
6 The Russian Orthodox Church was rising everywhere from the ashes of the Soviet era, and millions of Russians were rushing to be baptized .
7 Khomyakov always compared ideal Eastern Orthodox Church with Catholicism and Protestantism in reality.
8 Karouzos's poetry shows a profound preoccupation with the Orthodox Church.
9 The Russian Orthodox Church is the dominant Christian religion in the Federation.
10 The rule of the Czar was sanctified by the Russian Orthodox Church.
11 He had been invited to attend the Easter celebrations by the Orthodox Church.
12 Having addressed themselves to the army and the treasury, the authorities turned to the Orthodox Church.
13 The monks of Valaam could be regarded as the future of the orthodox church.
14 At the same time the conservative and pacifying influence of the Orthodox Church began to weaken markedly.
15 A vast majority of people in Greece belong to the Greek Orthodox Church.
16 In the process of the cultural development in Russian,(www.Sentencedict.com) relations between Russian mentality and the Eastern Orthodox Church have become the center of attraction.
17 2A cross hewn for Epiphany in the ice of Maine's Kennebec River by parishioners of St. Alexander Nevsky Russian Orthodox Church commemorates the baptism of Christ.
18 Saint Basil was a leader of the early Greek Orthodox Church. Stories say he would come in the night and leave presents for children in their shoes.
19 In 1589 tsarist authorities, headed by Boris Godunov, succeeded in naming their own patriarch as head of the Russian Orthodox Church for the first time in Russian history.
20 Greece's National Statistics Service says more Greeks are opting for civil wedding ceremonies, apparently seeking to avoid the high cost of traditional ceremonies held at the Greek Orthodox Church.
21 When you look at Moscow you see these old traditional, the skyline is dominated by churches, the influence of the Russian Orthodox Church.
22 It covers an area of 130 square miles (336 square kilometers). Athos itself, the holy mountain of the Greek Orthodox Church located at the tip of the peninsula, rises 6,417 feet (1,956 meters).
23 MOSCOW (Reuters) - Sitting behind the wheel of his vintage Volga car next to the bearded chief of the Russian Orthodox church, Prime Minister Vladimir Putin wore a proud grin.
24 The island's caretakers call it St. Trinity, but the story changes if one consults with the Greek Orthodox Church.
25 Kremlin artisans would sew the most valuable of these fabrics into ecclesiastical garments for leaders of the Russian Orthodox Church.
26 Our key partners are local residents of the Old City as well as others who own properties there, such as the Greek Orthodox Church.
27 After 1054, the Church was divided into the Roman Catholic Church and the Eastern Orthodox Church.
28 Although this idea has been alienated into mundane monastic idea in the Western Christian World for a long time[Sentencedict.com], but it continues to exist until present time in the World of Eastern Orthodox Church.
29 Today, 98 percent of Greeks belong to the Greek Orthodox Church, and religion is woven into their everyday lives.
30 Most Bulgarians (82.6%) are at least nominally a member of the Bulgarian Orthodox Church, the national Eastern Orthodox church.
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