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3) On a side note, does the RCC allow the Coptic and Syriac Catholic Churches to venerate the Miaphysite Teachers like Severus of Antioch, Dioscorus of Alexandria, Timothy Aelurus, and Philoxenus of Mabbug?
Yes, especially in the Syriac liturgy. The canon of the Fathers and Docters of the Church says:
"Again, we commemorate those who have gone before, fallen asleep in holiness, and are at rest among the saints; those who have kept the one apostolic faith without blemish and entrusted it to us. We proclaim the three sacred and holy Ecumenical Synods of Nicaea, of Constantinople and of Ephesus. We also remember our glorious and God-fearing fathers, prelates and doctors present at the Synods. Bishop James, the first bishop of Jerusalem, the apostles and martyrs and the saints: Ignatius, Clement, Dionysius, Athanasius, Julius, Basilius, Gregorius, **Dioscoros, **Timothy, **Philoxenus, Antemus, Ivanius. Particularly, St. Cyril that exalted and firm tower who declared and made manifest the incarnation of the Word God, our Lord Jesus Christ Who took flesh. **We also remember our Patriarch St. Severus, the crown of the Syrians, that rational mouth, pillar and teacher of all the Holy Church of God;* and our saintly and holy father St. Jacob Burd`ono the supporter of the orthodox faith and St. Ephrem, St. Jacob, St. Isaac, St. Balai, St. Barsaumo, head of the anchorites, St. Simon the Stylite and the chosen St. Abhai. Let us, also, remember all those before them, with them and after them, who kept the one, true and uncorrupted faith and delivered it to us. May their prayers be a stronghold to us. Let us beseech the Lord."*
However, unlike the Nestorian teachers Theodore of Mopsuestia, Nestorius and Diodore the Fathers mentioned in the Syriac anaphora were all orthodox.