Who founded Malankara Orthodox Church?

How did the Orthodox Church start?

The Orthodox tradition developed from the Christianity of the Eastern Roman Empire and was shaped by the pressures, politics and peoples of that geographical area. Since the Eastern capital of the Roman Empire was Byzantium, this style of Christianity is sometimes called ‘Byzantine Christianity’.

When was Orthodox founded?

What is the difference between Syro Malabar and Syro Malankara?

The Malankara Catholics are headed by a Major Archbishop-Catholicos of the Archeparchy of Trivandrum. Syro-Malabar Catholics, Latin Catholics and Malankara Catholics are all fully Catholic, and part of the Universal Catholic Church.

What is the meaning of Malankara?

Malankara is the endonym for historical region which forms present day Kerala in India.

Who will be next Catholicos of Orthodox Church?

He was enthroned as the 8th Catholicos of the Malankara Church and the 21st Malankara Metropolitan on 1 November 2010, succeeding Didymos I.

Paulose II (Indian Orthodox Church)

His Holiness Moran Mar Baselios Marthoma Paulose II
Installed 1 November 2010
Term ended 12 July 2021
Predecessor H.H Moran Mar Baselios Marthoma Didymos I
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