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A patriarchate is the office or jurisdiction of an ecclesiastical patriarch. A patriarch, as the term is used here, is either, * One of the five leaders of the Pentarchy, the highest-ranking bishops in the Christian Church prior to the Great Schism, who were the bishops of Rome, Constantinople, Alexandria, Antioch, and Jerusalem; or * One of the nine leading bishops of the Eastern Orthodox Church in the present day, including the patriarchs of Constantinople, Alexandria, Antioch and Jerusalem mentioned above, and also the five more recently established patriarchs of (in chronological order of establishment) Bulgaria, Georgia, Serbia, Moscow and Romania; or * One of ten high-ranking bishops of the Roman Catholic Church: seven "patriarchs of the east" (six who are heads of Eastern Cath

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  • Patriarchate
  • بطريركية
  • Patriarchat (Kirche)
  • Patriarcado (iglesia)
  • Patriarcat (Église)
  • Patriarcato (cristianesimo)
  • Patriarchaat (kerk)
  • Патриархат (церковь)
  • Patriarcado (Igreja)
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  • 25بك المحتوى هنا ينقصه الاستشهاد بمصادر. يرجى إيراد مصادر موثوق بها. أي معلومات غير موثقة يمكن التشكيك بها وإزالتها. (فبراير 2016) البطريركية هي مكتب أو مقر البطريرك في الكنيسة. وتشرف على كل الأبرشيات والرعيات ضمن نطاقها. * 32xبوابة مسيحية25بك هذه بذرة مقالة عن المسيحية بحاجة للتوسيع. شارك في تحريرها.
  • Dans l'Église chrétienne, un patriarcat est une région soumise à l'autorité d'un patriarche.
  • El patriarcado es un grupo de diócesis que hacen referencia a un obispo que tiene el título de patriarca. Se definen como patriarcal tanto a las diócesis como a las iglesias que son sede del patriarcado y del patriarca.
  • Il patriarcato è un gruppo di diocesi che fanno riferimento ad un vescovo che ha il titolo di patriarca. Sono definite patriarcali sia la diocesi sia la chiesa che sono sede del patriarcato e del patriarca.
  • Een patriarchaat is het gebied dat onder de jurisdictie van een patriarch valt. Het is een meestal geografisch afgebakende regio. Een patriarch - in deze betekenis - is dan een bisschop met volmachten over een groot kerkelijk gebied.
  • Патриархат — термин производный от патриарх; обозначает ту или иную поместную Церковь, первый епископ которой имеет означенный титул. В более узком смысле означает институт патриаршества или церковно-каноническую юрисдикцию того или иного патриарха.
  • Patriarcado é o território governado por um patriarca. Roma, Alexandria e Antióquia foram os primeiros a usufruir de direitos patriarcais.
  • A patriarchate is the office or jurisdiction of an ecclesiastical patriarch. A patriarch, as the term is used here, is either, * One of the five leaders of the Pentarchy, the highest-ranking bishops in the Christian Church prior to the Great Schism, who were the bishops of Rome, Constantinople, Alexandria, Antioch, and Jerusalem; or * One of the nine leading bishops of the Eastern Orthodox Church in the present day, including the patriarchs of Constantinople, Alexandria, Antioch and Jerusalem mentioned above, and also the five more recently established patriarchs of (in chronological order of establishment) Bulgaria, Georgia, Serbia, Moscow and Romania; or * One of ten high-ranking bishops of the Roman Catholic Church: seven "patriarchs of the east" (six who are heads of Eastern Cath
  • Ein Patriarchat (von griechisch πατριαρχία patriarchia, von πατήρ patér ‚Vater‘ und αρχή arché ‚Ursprung, Herrschaft‘) ist in vorreformatorischen Kirchen eine kirchliche Verwaltungseinheit und Jurisdiktionsbereich, das eine eigene Teilkirche bildet und zu dem weitere Diözesen gehören. Diözesanbischof und Oberhaupt des Patriarchats ist ein Patriarch, der in seinem Patriarchat die alleinige Rechts-, Verwaltungs- und Lehrhoheit innehat. Auch die Amtszeit eines Patriarchen wird Patriarchat genannt.
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  • A patriarchate is the office or jurisdiction of an ecclesiastical patriarch. A patriarch, as the term is used here, is either, * One of the five leaders of the Pentarchy, the highest-ranking bishops in the Christian Church prior to the Great Schism, who were the bishops of Rome, Constantinople, Alexandria, Antioch, and Jerusalem; or * One of the nine leading bishops of the Eastern Orthodox Church in the present day, including the patriarchs of Constantinople, Alexandria, Antioch and Jerusalem mentioned above, and also the five more recently established patriarchs of (in chronological order of establishment) Bulgaria, Georgia, Serbia, Moscow and Romania; or * One of ten high-ranking bishops of the Roman Catholic Church: seven "patriarchs of the east" (six who are heads of Eastern Catholic Churches and the Latin Patriarch of Jerusalem), plus the patriarchs of Lisbon, Venice and the East Indies; or * One of the several leading bishops holding the title of patriarch in Oriental Orthodoxy and the Church of the East. The five patriarchs of the Pentarchy sat in Rome, Constantinople (now Istanbul), Alexandria, Antioch, and Jerusalem. The East-West Schism of 1054 split the Latin-speaking see of Rome from the four Greek-speaking patriarchates, forming distinct Roman Catholic and Eastern Orthodox Churches. The Eastern Orthodox Patriarch of Antioch moved to Damascus in the 13th century, during the reign of the Egyptian Mamelukes, conquerors of Syria. In Damascus a Christian community had flourished since apostolic times (Acts 9). However, the patriarchate is still called the Patriarchate of Antioch. Damascus is the seat also of the Syrian Catholic and the Melkite Catholic Patriarchs of Antioch, while the Maronite Catholic of Antioch lives in Bkerké, Lebanon. The four early Orthodox (Greek) patriarchates of the East, Constantinople, Alexandria, Antioch and Jerusalem, along with their Latin Catholic counterpart in the West, Rome, are distinguished as "senior" (Greek: πρεσβυγενή, presbygenē, "senior-born") or "ancient" (παλαίφατα, palaíphata, "of ancient fame") and are among the apostolic sees, having had one of the Apostles or Evangelists as their first bishop: Andrew, Mark, Peter, James, and Peter again, respectively. In the Roman Catholic Church, some patriarchal titles are purely honorary, without an actual residential see, and hence termed Titular Patriarch(ate)s, either vested in another (residential) patriarchal see or in the Pope's gift. A patriarchate has "legal personality" in some legal jurisdictions, that means it is treated as a corporation. For example, the Orthodox Patriarchate of Jerusalem filed a lawsuit in New York, decided in 1999, against Christie's Auction House, disputing the ownership of the Archimedes Palimpsest. The head of the Czechoslovak Hussite Church is also called a Patriarch.
  • 25بك المحتوى هنا ينقصه الاستشهاد بمصادر. يرجى إيراد مصادر موثوق بها. أي معلومات غير موثقة يمكن التشكيك بها وإزالتها. (فبراير 2016) البطريركية هي مكتب أو مقر البطريرك في الكنيسة. وتشرف على كل الأبرشيات والرعيات ضمن نطاقها. * 32xبوابة مسيحية25بك هذه بذرة مقالة عن المسيحية بحاجة للتوسيع. شارك في تحريرها.
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