Is the Armenian Church part of the Roman Catholic Church?
Armenian Catholic Church, an Eastern-rite member of the Roman Catholic church. The Armenians embraced Christianity about ad 300 and were the first people to do so as a nation.
Can Roman Catholics receive Communion at an Armenian Church?
The Armenian Church, like the Orthodox and Catholic Churches, believes that Holy Communion should not be shared by members of churches that are not in complete sacramental union.
Is Armenian Church monophysite?
Cyril of Alexandria, which proclaimed “one incarnate nature of the Word.” After Chalcedon, the Armenian church was considered by the Roman Catholic and Eastern Orthodox churches to be monophysite—i.e., taking the theological view that Christ had only one, divine nature (physis), despite his incarnation in a human body.
What churches are in communion with the Holy See?
The autonomous Catholic churches in full communion with the Holy See are: Of Alexandrian liturgical tradition: Coptic Catholic Church. Eritrean Catholic Church.
Of Syro-Antiochian or West Syriac liturgical tradition:
- Maronite Church.
- Syrian Catholic Church.
- Syro-Malankara Catholic Church.
Can Oriental Orthodox take communion in Eastern Orthodox?
Today, Oriental Orthodox Churches are in full communion with each other, but not with the Eastern Orthodox Church or any other churches; the Oriental Orthodox Churches while in communion do not form a single church as the Catholics or Eastern Orthodox.
What do Armenian Christians believe in?
What does the Armenian religion believe in? The Armenian Christianity has adopted the Christian doctrine of the Holy Trinity. That’s to say, the Church believes that there is one deity – God – represented in the form of the Holy Trinity. One God in 3 manifestations, Father, Son and the Holy Spirit.