[quote="m_p_w, post:9, topic:429803"]
Ok I just have one more issue which I am not sure about.
(and dogma is system of believe
for example Coptic Catholics believe in Dyothlistism and Dyophysitism, but Coptic Orthodoxes believe in Miaphysitism) --> I do realize that now Coptic Orthodox say it is misunderstanding; HOWEVER, that was the case 300 years ago?
I am sorry to repeat this, but I am also interested if the eastern catholics do accept all the councils which roman catholics accept?
The major problem with asking whether Eastern Catholic Churches accept all the "ecumenical" councils of the Roman Church is that there is actually no definitive list of ecumenical councils. Even Pope Paul VI referred to the post-Schism councils as "general synods of the West." We would have to hash out what he actually meant by those words.
There are a good number of Eastern Catholics - including bishops and Patriarchs - who hold that there are only 7 truly ecumenical councils, but that the "general synods of the West" are still orthodox in their teaching. There are others who hold that there have been more than 7 but less than the usual 21. Some will say that, in addition to the 7, Florence, Vatican I and Vatican II are likewise ecumenical. Again, there is no definitive list of ecumenical councils, nor is there universal agreement, even within the Catholic Church, on what constitutes and ecumenical council and what doesn't.