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Catholic Church. Maronite Patriarchate of Antioch

LC control no.n 82111291
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Corporate name headingCatholic Church. Maronite Patriarchate of Antioch
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Variant(s)Catholic Church. Maronite Patriarchate of Antioch (Syria)
Catholic Church. Patriarchate of Antioch (Maronite)
Antioch (Maronite Patriarchate : Catholic Church)
Catholic Church. Baṭriyarkīyah al-Mārūnīyah
Catholic Church. Baṭriyarkīyah al-Anṭākīyah al-Mārūnīyah
Catholic Church. Patriarcat maronite
Eglise maronite
Eglise syro-maronite
Syriac-Maronite Church of Antioch
Maronite Antiochene Church
Maronite Church
Antiochene Syriac Maronite Church
Maronite Patriarchate (Catholic Church)
كنيسة الكاثولكية. بطريركية المارونية الانطاكية
Kanīsa al-Anṭākiyya al-Suryāniyya al-Mārūniyya
Ecclesia Maronitarum
Patriarchate of Antioch (Catholic : Maronite)
Antioch (Patriarchate : Catholic : Maronite)
Associated countryLebanon
Special noteOne of 5 or more religious bodies sharing the name "Patriarchate of Antioch" or equivalent, three of them (Maronite, Catholic Melchite, and Catholic Syrian) in communion with the Church of Rome
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Found inAnnuario pontificio, 1992: p. 5 (Patriarcati: Antiochia: dei Maroniti)
Fenqitho : a treasury of feasts according to the Syriac-Maronite Church of Antioch, 1980.
The mystery of crowning : according to the Maronite Antiochene Church, 1985.
Qurbono : the Book of offering : the service of the Holy Mysteries according to the Antiochene Syriac Maronite Church, 1993-1994: p. 8 (Maronite Church) p. 9 (Antiochene Syriac Maronite Church; Maronite Patriarchate)
Wikipedia, viewed 27 Apr. 2015 (Maronite Church; Syriac Maronite Church of Antioch; Arabic: al-Kanīsa al-Anṭākiyya al-Suryāniyya al-Mārūniyya [rom.]; Latin: Ecclesia Maronitarum; Eastern Catholic Church in full communion with the Pope of Rome; headquarters: Bkerké, Lebanon; territory: Lebanon, Syria, Cyprus, Canada, USA, Israel, Australia, Argentina, Brazil, Mexico)
Encyclopædia Britannica Online, accessed April 27, 2015 (Maronite church; prominent especially in modern Lebanon; only Eastern-rite church that has no non-Catholic or Orthodox counterpart; immediate spiritual head is "patriarch of Antioch and all the East" residing in Bkirkī near Beirut)
Maronite Patriarchate website, viewed 27 Apr. 2015 (The Maronite Patriarchate)