Who has supreme power in the Eastern Orthodox Church?

Where is the seat of power in the Orthodox Church?

The Eastern Orthodox Church is organized into self-governing (autocephalous) churches, many of which carry the title of patriarchate. Traditionally, the leading authority in Orthodox Christianity is the Istanbul-based Ecumenical Patriarchate of Constantinople, currently presided over by Bartholomew I.

Who is the leader of Protestant church?

Martin Luther, often called the father of Protestantism, fundamentally changed the Christian world through his force of will and new ideas. He tried passionately to reform the Catholic Church.

Who is the head of the Eastern Orthodox Church quizlet?

Eastern church which was created in 1053 after the schism from the western Roman church; its head is the patriarch of Constantinople.

Is Orthodox or Catholic older?

Therefore the Catholic Church is the oldest of all. The Orthodox represents the original Christian Church because they trace their bishops back to the five early patriarchates of Rome, Alexandria, Jerusalem, Constantinople and Antioch.

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