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  1. Patriarch Raphael I Bidawid of the Chaldean Catholic Church (1989–2003), who accepted the term Assyrian as descriptive of his nationality and ethnicity, commented: "When a portion of the Church of the East became Catholic in the 17th Century, the name given to the church was 'Chaldean' based on the Magi kings who were believed by some to have come from what once had been the land of the ...

  2. The Coptic Catholic Church (Arabic: الكنيسة القبطية الكاثوليكية; Latin: Ecclesia Catholica Coptorum) is an Eastern Catholic particular church in full communion with the Catholic Church. Along with the Ethiopian Catholic Church and Eritrean Catholic Church, it belongs to the Alexandrian liturgical tradition.

  3. The Catholic Church teaches that the sacraments are "efficacious signs of grace, instituted by Christ and entrusted to the Church, by which divine life is dispensed to us." [16] The Church teaches that the effect of a sacrament comes ex opere operato , by the very fact of being administered, regardless of the personal holiness of the minister administering it. [17]

  4. The Greek Byzantine Catholic Church (Greek: Ελληνική Βυζαντινή Καθολική Εκκλησία, Ellinikí Vizantiní Katholikí Ekklisía;) or the Greek Catholic Church is a sui iuris Eastern Catholic particular church of the Catholic Church that uses the Byzantine liturgical rite in Koine Greek and Modern Greek.

  5. Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church, representing modern branch of the Ruthenian Uniate Church, in Ukraine; Ruthenian Greek Catholic Church, the formal name of an Eastern Catholic, Byzantine rite church, currently operating in Carpathian Ruthenia (western Ukraine), the United States, and the Czech Republic; See also. Ruthenian Orthodox Church ...

  6. The Catholic Church in Egypt is considerably small as compared to the rest of the Christian population in Egypt, which is a significant minority among (mainly Sunni) Muslims. The Catholic population in Egypt is said to have begun during the British control of Egypt.

  7. Owen McCann (1907–1994), President of the Southern African Catholic Bishops Conference (SACBC); cardinal. Wilfrid Napier is currently South Africa's only cardinal. Franz Pfanner, Trappist Abbot and candidate for Roman Catholic Sainthood; Benedict Wallet Vilakazi, a linguist and Roman Catholic convert of royal descent from among the Zulu people.