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  1. Georgian Orthodox Church - Wikipedia › wiki › Georgian_Orthodox_Church

    The Georgian Orthodox Church is the most trusted institution in Georgia. According to a 2013 survey 95% respondents had a favorable opinion of its work. It is highly influential in the public sphere and is considered Georgia's most influential institution.

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    02/05/2021 · The Orthodox Church of Georgia is one of the oldest churches in the world. It asserts apostolic foundation, and its historical roots must be traced to the early and late Christianization of Iberia and Colchis by Saint Andrew in the 1st century AD and by Saint Nino in the 4th century AD, respectively.

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    Georgian Orthodox Church From Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Orthodox Church of Georgia is an autocephalous (meaning independent) Eastern Orthodox Church in full communion with the other churches of Eastern Orthodoxy. It is Georgia 's main religious institution, and a majority of Georgian people are members.

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    Pages in category "Georgian Orthodox Church" The following 27 pages are in this category, out of 27 total. This list may not reflect recent changes ().

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    Expansion and transformation of the church

    The con­ver­sion of Iberia marked only the be­gin­nings of the for­ma­tion of the Geor­gian Or­tho­dox Church. In the fol­low­ing cen­turies, dif­fer­ent processes took place that shaped the church, and gave it, by the be­gin­ning of the 11th cen­tury, the main char­ac­ter­is­tics that it has re­tained until now. Those processes con­cern the in­sti­tu­tional sta­tus of the church in­side East­ern Chris­tian­ity, its evo­lu­tion into a na­tional church with au­thor­ity over all of Geor­gia, an...

    Georgian Church during the Golden Age of Georgia

    Be­tween the 11th and the early 13th cen­turies, Geor­gia ex­pe­ri­enced a po­lit­i­cal, eco­nom­i­cal and cul­tural golden age, as the Bagra­tioni dy­nasty man­aged to unite west­ern and east­ern halves of the coun­try into a sin­gle king­dom. To ac­com­plish that goal, kings re­lied much on the pres­tige of the Church, and en­rolled its po­lit­i­cal sup­port by giv­ing it many eco­nom­i­cal ad­van­tages, im­mu­nity from taxes and large appanages. At the same time, the kings, most no­tably D...

    Cultural influence of Christianity in Medieval Georgia

    Dur­ing the Mid­dle Ages, Chris­tian­ity was the cen­tral el­e­ment of Geor­gian cul­ture. The de­vel­op­ment of a writ­ten Geor­gian cul­ture was made pos­si­ble by the cre­ation of the Geor­gian al­pha­bet for evan­ge­liza­tion pur­poses. Monas­ti­cism played a major role in the fol­low­ing cul­tural trans­for­ma­tion. It started in Geor­gia in the 6th cen­tury, when As­syr­ian as­cetic monks, known as the Thir­teen As­syr­ian Fa­thers, set­tled in Iberia and founded a se­ries of monas­ter­...

    Holy Synod

    The Geor­gian Or­tho­dox Church is man­aged by the Holy Synod, headed by the Catholi­cos-Pa­tri­arch of All Geor­gia. The Holy Synod is the col­lec­tive body of bish­ops of the church. In ad­di­tion to the Pa­tri­arch, the Synod com­prises 38 mem­bers, in­clud­ing 25 met­ro­pol­i­tan bish­ops, 5 arch­bish­ops and 7 sim­ple bish­ops. As of 2012, the fol­low­ing bish­ops are mem­bers of the Holy Synod, in such hi­er­ar­chi­cal order: 1. Metropolitan of Kutaisi and Gelati: Calistratos (Margalita...

    Catholicos-Patriarch of All Georgia

    The first head bishop of the Geor­gia Church to carry the title of Pa­tri­arch was Melkisedek I (1010–1033). Since 1977, Ilia II (born in 1933) has served as the Catholi­cos-Pa­tri­arch of All Geor­gia and Arch­bishop of Mt­skheta and Tbil­isi. Here is a list of the Catholi­cos-Pa­tri­archs since the church re­stored au­to­cephaly in 1917: 1. Kyrion II(1917–1918) 2. Leonid(1918–1921) 3. Ambrose(1921–1927) 4. Christophorus III(1927–1932) 5. Callistratus(1932–1952) 6. Melchizedek III(1952–1960)...

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    Grdzelidze, Tamara (2011). ""Georgia, Patriarchal Orthodox Church of"". In John Anthony McGuckin (ed.). The Encyclopedia of Eastern Orthodox Christianity. John Wiley & Sons. pp. 264–275. ISBN 978-1...
    Mgaloblishvili, Tamila (1998). Ancient Christianity In The Caucasus. Psychology Press. ISBN 978-0-7007-0633-4. Retrieved 20 May 2012.
    Toumanoff, Cyril (1963). "Iberia between Chosroid and Bagratid Rule". Studies in Christian Caucasian History. Georgetown UP. Retrieved 30 June 2012.
  7. Georgian Orthodox Church in Armenia - Wikipedia › wiki › Georgian_Orthodox_Church

    This is an incomplete list of Georgian Orthodox churches in Armenia. The list includes churches and monasteries of Georgian origin which were moved into the territory of the Armenian Soviet Socialist Republic after 1921 border changes between Armenia and Georgia caused by sovietization, and are now located in the Republic of Armenia.

  8. Georgian Orthodox Church in Azerbaijan - Wikipedia › wiki › Georgian_Orthodox_Church

    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia The Georgian Orthodox Church is a major part of Orthodox Christianity in Azerbaijan. Georgian Churches in Azerbaijan are under jurisdiction of Eparchy of Khornabuji and Hereti. Eparchies of the Georgian Apostolic Autocephalous Orthodox Church as of 2010.

    Church name
    Kurmukhi Church ( Kürmük məbədi)
    Church of Kish ( Kiş kilsəsi)
    St George's Church, Qakh ( Müqəddəs ...
    Patara Alaverdi ( Allahverdi kilsəsi)
  9. From the 320s, the Georgian Orthodox Church was under the jurisdiction of the Apostolic See of Antioch. History of the Eastern Orthodox Church - Wikipedia.

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