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Greek Church

noun
1.
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  • A dignitary of the Greek Church may certainly be considered as much more fortunately situated than any other official in Europe.

    Cyprus Franz von Lher
  • But, it is asked, what evidences are there that the Greek Church is a living Church?

  • All the hymns of the Greek Church are written on this principle.

    Cord and Creese James de Mille
  • In 869 Bulgaria definitely threw in her lot with the Greek Church.

    Bulgaria Frank Fox
  • Every nation belonging to the Greek Church has here one or more monasteries of its own, which are annually visited by pilgrims.

  • The Russian cross at the end, is that of the original Greek Church.

  • The Greek Church retains the practice of auricular confession, but differs from that of Rome in the form of the absolution.

  • This is the most elaborate form into which the praise of the Greek Church is cast.

  • Well, brother disciple of the Greek Church, "what shall we do and believe in order to be saved?"

    The Bible Of Bibles; Kersey Graves
  • It, however, spoke of a purer faith than that of the Greek Church.

    Fred Markham in Russia W. H. G. Kingston
British Dictionary definitions for Greek Church

Greek Church

noun
1.
another name for the Greek Orthodox Church
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