Byzantine Church

Home Albanian Church Bulgarian Church Byelorussian Church Croatian Church Georgian Church Greek Church Hungarian Church Italo-Albanian Church Melkite Church Romanian Church Russian Church Ruthenian Church Slovakian Church Ukranian Church With the establishment of the Capital of the Roman Empire sleepy little Byzantium was thrust into a major role. The city became not only the First City of the Empire, but also the second most important See in all of Christianity.

Because of this role the Church of Byzantium played a major role in the development of Liturgical traditions that would spread throughout the Middle East. There are fourteen Churches that follow the Byzantine Liturgy, yet all have their own variations and history. Each of these Churches may be studied by selecting the appropriate link from the menu on the left.

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