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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 start from scratch[clears the canvas] Similarities and Differences Between the Catholic Church and the Orthodox Churches 3 2 1 Both have bishops who are direct successors to the ApostlesShare same core doctrines, beliefs, and moral teachingsShare many of the same recognized saints Catholic Church Orthodox Churches Varied between Oriental and Eastern Orthodox Churches. Eastern recognizes the Patriarch of Constantinople. Oriental have autonomous hierarchies. Separates the Sacraments Baptism, Eucharist, and Confirmation. Receives Eucharist at age of reason and Confirmation at adolescent years. 2 1 Use leavened bread instead of unleavened bread for the Eucharist. Confirmation and the Eucharist are given at Baptism even with infants. There continued to be Ecumenical Councils where the Pope is understood to have authority to call on his own for a council of world's bishops. 3 Reject the doctrinal definitions issued at the Ecumenical Council of Chalcedon in 451, but accept the first seven councils. Bishop of Rome has complete authority over all Churches throughout the entire Church. Jurisdiction of the Pope. Catholic Church Orthodox Churches 4 Declared Virgin Mary wasconceived without Original Sin and that she assumed into heaven and the end of earthly life. 4 Believe Mary was specially prepared for her role as the Mother of God and was sinless. She died a physical death and three days later body was taken into heaven. Priesthood was for unmarried men who has the requirement for celibacy. 5 Always allowed married men to become priest, but cannot remarry if widowed. Bishops have to be unmarried. 5 Used Latin as the liturgical language for many centuries. 6 Language of the Divine Liturgy was language of original rite, Slavonic, Greek, and Syrian. 6 Darren Brillantes October 22, 2015
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