SOPHIA: Eastern Catholicism Reference Threads

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Reference Threads tend to be created around factual topics that may reflect differences in practice or belief between Catholic Churches, but are not particularly controversial. If, after reading a Reference Thread, you have further questions or need clarification of any matter in it, please open a new thread in the Spirituality forum or post to an existing relevant thread.

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**The Eastern Catholicism Forum’s Reference Threads:

Census: What is your Church affiliation?** (Open for posting)
**SOPHIA: Eastern & Oriental Liturgical Chant Reference Thread
**SOPHIA: Change of Canonical Enrollment - A Reference Thread
SOPHIA: Eastern & Oriental Catholic Rites & Churches - A Reference Thread

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