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Word: orthodox

Definition: traditional; (of someone) conservative in belief; adhering to an established doctrine


Sentences Containing 'orthodox'

"We conferred and worked until the Orthodox All Saints Day.
19 - Eastern Orthodox Church calendar - Feb.
26 - Eastern Orthodox Church calendar - Feb.
About 600 bishops of both the Orthodox and the Renovationists were killed.
Being the first Coptic Orthodox Church in the United States, St.
Catherine's Greek Orthodox Church of the South Shore.
Coptic Orthodox Church in the United States
Eastern Orthodox and others who forbid cremation.
February 14 (Eastern Orthodox liturgics)
February 20 (Eastern Orthodox liturgics)
February 27 (Eastern Orthodox liturgics)
For Catholic and Eastern Orthodox Christians, this includes the priesthood.
Freeman's parents were orthodox Congregationalists, causing her to have a very strict childhood.
George Orthodox Church exhibit the Christian traditional paintings.
He is an Orthodox Christian and was a deacon of the Orthodox Church in America, but has been released to the Russian Orthodox Church Outside Russia.
His title is "Catholicose" Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahedo Church.
In 2006 near Desyatynna church was established an Orthodox tabernacle.
In Leningrad, where there had been 401 Orthodox churches in 1918, there were only five remaining.
In the Eastern Orthodox Church, it is called a "Menologion".
It has beautiful mountains and an Orthodox church on top of the mountains.
It has, however, been invited and does participate in Orthodox synods and conferences.
It is one of over 200 Coptic Orthodox Churches in the United States.
It is one of over 200 Coptic Orthodox Churches in the US.
It is the only canonical Orthodox Church in the Republic of Macedonia and is in full communion with all other Orthodox Churches.
Its inhabitants are predominantly Alawites and Greek Orthodox Christians.
Mark Coptic Orthodox Church in Englewood, Colorado.
Mary Coptic Orthodox Church (Los Angeles)
More than 85,000 Orthodox priests were shot in 1937 alone.
Most notably, the Eastern Orthodox and Oriental Orthodox Churches forbid cremation.
Nicholas Church, one of the finest Orthodox churches in Vilna.
None of the editors was associated with Orthodox institutions.
One of the most distinctive buildings in the complex was the Orthodox St.
Only a handful of neighborhoods, some mosques, and an Orthodox church, were left standing.
Orthodox clergy is not allowed to enter the country.
Persecution against the Orthodox Church.
Romania and Moldova are Eastern Orthodox countries and both are very religious.
Serbian Orthodox Diocese v. Milivojevich
She remains, however, an active member of the Ethiopian Orthodox Church.
The Eastern Orthodox celebrate the visit of the Magi on 25 December.
The Orthodox Cathedral was built from 1756 to 1763.
The party was considered more orthodox in its ideology than JCP.
The third largest denomination, with around 2.2% of the population, is Orthodox Christianity, with most adherents belonging to the Serbian Orthodox Church while a minority belongs to the Macedonian and other Orthodox churches.
The town has Ethiopian Orthodox churches, a mosque, and Protestant churches.
There are two forms of the Polychronion in the Slavic usage: For an Orthodox sovereign.
They formed numerous monasteries and churches of orthodox order as those of the Sts.
This organization is the Orthodox Church itself!
This usage is especially common among Orthodox Jews.
Two Árpáds were canonized by the Eastern Orthodox Church.
Urums practice Eastern Orthodox Christianity.
Very few Albanians in Kosovo are Albanian Orthodox.

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