Israel (Bishop of Caucasian Albania)
Israel was the bishop of Caucasian Albania in the latter part of the 7th century. In 682, he led an unsuccessful delegation to convert Alp Iluetuer, the ruler of the North Caucasian Huns, to Christian...
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Catholicos of The East and Malankara Metropolitan
Catholicos is the title used by head bishops of regions within the Patriarchate of Antioch having self ecclesiastical and autonomous status from the ancient period. The word "Catholicos" means "Univer...
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Holy Synod of the Coptic Orthodox Church
The Holy Synod of the Coptic Orthodox Church of Alexandria is the highest authority in the Church of Alexandria and it formulates the rules and regulations regarding matters of the church's organisati...
Abuna Dioskoros (Aba Wolde Tensai)
Abuna Dioskoros (March, 1919 – March 26, 1997), also called Aba Woldetensae, was the bishop of the dioceses of South West Shewa and Chebona Gurage diocese of the Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahedo Church.He ...
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Thomas Mar Makarios
Thomas Mar Makarios (born on 26 May 1926 in India and died on 23 Feb 2008 in Newcastle, England) was the founder of the diocese of the United States and Canada of the Malankara Orthodox Church.Makario...
K. C. Pillai
Karnam Chengalvaraya Pillai, DD (1900–1970) was a Bishop-at-large of the Indian Orthodox Church, Antiochean Succession, Chennai (Madras), India. He spent the last twenty years of his life in the Unite...
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Ibas of Edessa
Ibas (died October 28, 457) was bishop of Edessa (c. 435–457) and was born in Syria. His name in Syriac is ܗܝܒܐ ܐܘܪܗܝܐ pronounced Ihiba or Hiba, the equivalent of Donatus. He is frequently associated ...
Bishop Angaelos
Bishop Angaelos was consecrated in 1999 as a General Bishop of the Coptic Orthodox Church in the United Kingdom, the church of Egypt founded by Mark the Apostle around 55 AD and the largest Christian ...
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List of bishops of Edessa
Unless otherwise stated, the following list is based on the records of the Chronicle of Edessa (to c.540) and the Chronicle of Zuqnin. According to the Catholic Encyclopedia, the bishopric of Edessa c...
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Mathews Mar Athanasius Episcopa
Mathews Mar Athenasius Episcopa was the first missionary bishop of the Mar Thoma Church. As a diocesan Episcopa he did remarkable pioneering work in organising parishes and new mission fields. His eva...
Juhanon Mar Thoma
Juhanon Mar Thoma Metropolitan (Mar Thoma XVIII) was the Head of the Mar Thoma church from 1947–1976, who gave leadership to the church and at the same time actively participated in social and politic...
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Hovhannes Draskhanakerttsi
Hovhannes Draskhanakerttsi (Հովհաննես Դրասխանակերտցի, John of Drasxanakert, i.e. Gyumri, various spellings) was Catholicos of Armenia from 897 to 925, and a noted chronicler and historian. He is calle...
Jacob of Edessa
Jacob of Edessa (or James of Edessa) (Syriac: ܝܥܩܘܒ ܐܘܪܗܝܐ) (c. 640 – 5 June 708) was one of the most distinguished of Syriac writers.
Jacob of Edessa was born in Aindaba near Aleppo, around 6...
Yaqu'b Mor Anthonios
Yaqub Mor Anthonios (born 12 July 1952) is a Syriac Orthodox bishop and Metropolitan of the Manglore Diocese.
Mor Anthonios Yaqub was born on 12 July 1952 as the fourth son of K.C John and his wif...
Jude the Apostle
According to the New Testament, Jude was one of the Twelve Apostles of Jesus. He is generally identified with Thaddeus, and is also variously called Jude of James, Jude Thaddaeus, Judas Thaddaeus or L...
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Abselema of Edessa
Abselema of Edessa is recorded as having been a disciple of Saint Addai and a bishop of Edessa. His feast day is celebrated on October 19.
Sebouh Chouldjian
Archbishop Sebouh Chouldjian (born Haik Sarkis Chouldjian; Armenian: Սեպուհ արքեպիսկոպոս Չուլջյան; Turkish: Başpiskopos Sebuh Çulcuyan; Russian: Архиепископ Сепух Чулджян; also Sebuh, Sepo...
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Evagrius of Edessa
Evagrius of Edessa (536-600 CE) was Bishop of Edessa and early Christian historian.He was the first to claim that Jesus had sent a divinely wrought image of himself to king Abgar of Edessa. In fact h...
Rabbula
Rabbula (or Rabbulas) was a bishop of Edessa from 411 to August 435 AD, noteworthy for his opposition to the views of Theodore of Mopsuestia, as well as those of Nestorius. However, his successor Ibas...
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