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Eastern Rite Sui iuris Catholic Churches

A Church sui iuiris is a distinct community of faithful within a rite of the Church. For example, there are 22 eastern Churches sui iuris, made up of two Alexandrian, three Antiochene, one Armenian, two Chaldean and 14 Byzantine. Information on each of these sui iuris Churches as well as a link when possible, can be found below.

Alexandrian

  1. Coptic Catholic Church
    http://www.coptcatholic.net/
  2. Ethiopian Catholic Church
     

Antiochian or West Syrian

  1. Maronite Church
    http://www.maronite-heritage.com/LNE.php?page=index
    http://www.bkerkelb.org/english/
  2. Syriac Catholic Church
  3. Syro-Malankara Catholic Church
    http://www.catholicate.net/

Armenian

  1. Armenian Catholic Church
    http://www.armeniancatholic.org/inside.php?lang=en&page_id=10

Chaldean or East Syrian

  1. Chaldean Catholic Church
  2. Syro-Malabar Catholic Church
    http://www.smcim.org/

Byzantine (Constantinopolitan)

  1. Albanian Catholic Church
  2. Belarusian Catholic Church
    http://www.belapc.org/
  3. Bulgarian Catholic Church
    http://catholic-bg.org/
  4. Bzyantine Church of Croatia, Serbia and Montenegro
  5. Greek Byzantine Catholic Church
    http://www.elcathex.com/
  6. Hungarian Greek Catholic Church
    http://byzantinohungarica.hu/node/606
  7. Italo-Albanian Catholic Church
    http://byzcath.org/ourladyofgrace/
  8. Macedonian Catholic Church
    http://www.kae-bg.org/?act=content&rec=29
  9. Melkite Greek Catholic Church
    http://www.opuslibani.org.lb/melkitmenu.html
  10. Romanian Church United with Rome
    http://www.bru.ro/\
  11. Russian Catholic Church
    http://www.rkcvo.ru/
  12. Ruthenian Catholic Church
    http://www.eparchyofpassaic.com/history.htm
  13. Slovak Catholic Church
    http://www.grkatpo.sk/
    http://www.grkat.nfo.sk/eng/index.html
  14. Ukranian Catholic Church
    http://www.ugcc.org.ua/index.php?L=2
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