Assyrian Church

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Assyrian Church:

see Nestorian ChurchNestorian Church,
officially the Assyrian Church of the East, Christian community of Iraq, Iran, and SW India. It represents the ancient church of Persia and is sometimes also called the East Syrian Church. It numbers about 175,000, including emigrants to the United States.
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Where: ARC, at the Willow Glen (hall of the Assyrian Church of the East) 680 Minnesota Ave, San Jose 95125 For more information contact: Fred Aprim at 408-314-9106 4.
According to a Presidential release said that Masum received today a delegation from the East Assyrian Church, headed by Patriarch Georges III, accompanied by a number of bishops in Iraq , America, India and Iran, where the President of the Republic congratulated Patriarch Georgis III on the occasion of his inauguration Patriarch of the East Assyrian Church, welcoming the return of the church to Iraq.
krd) -- On the sideline of the consecration ceremony of His Holiness Patriarch Gawergis Sliwa, the new Patriarch of the Assyrian Church of the East, Kurdistan Region Prime Minister, Nechirvan Barzani responded to questions from journalists pertaining to the current situation.
The Assyrian Church in Hassakeh is coordinating with its counterpart in Lebanon over individuals who are planning to seek asylum in the country.
Beirut, SANA -- The Holy Apostolic Catholic Assyrian Church of the East in Lebanon expressed support to the safe civilians who were targeted by the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS) terrorists in Hasaka countryside, northeast Syria, Patriarch of Antioch for the Syriac Catholic Church Mar Ignatius Joseph III Younan said Saturday.
Pope Francis was speaking in a Vatican audience to Catholicos Patriarch of the Assyrian Church of the East, Mar Dinkha IV.
On Friday, Kylycdaroy-lu visited the Assyrian Church in Cologne.
The tragedy of the breakdown of the unity of the Christian Church had started earlier with the split of the Assyrian Church from the main body when their bishops rejected the findings of the Council of Ephesus in AD 431.
The majority is Greek Orthodox, followed by Catholics, the Assyrian Church of the East, and various kinds of Protestants.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- The Assyrian Church of East and the Chaldean Catholic Church, the main two Christian churches in Iran, in a joint statement strongly condemned the recent insult to Islam's Prophet Mohammad (PBUH).
William Nissan of the Assyrian Church of Ninevah in Panorama City.
The complex origins and developments of the Ancient Oriental Orthodox churches and the Assyrian Church of the East are perhaps less successfully described (in section 3).