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Orthodoxy is a term used to refer to the system of religious beliefs and traditions associated with the Orthodox Church. It's principle mission is for it's member to come into union with God through a transformative process of Divinisation known as theosis. It became the official religion of much of Europe during the later part of the Roman Empire, then after the Great Schism was confined to the Byzantine Empire, before gaining ground amongst the Slavs and other people. It continues to play a siginificant role in their societies to this day.

Main article: Orthodox Church

Related portals: Catholicism

Alphabetical lists of articles: Category:Orthodox Church

Metapedians knowledgeable within this scope: Basileus

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Autocephalous and Autonomous Churches
Ecumenical Patriarchate of ConstantinopleOrthodox Patriarchate of AlexandriaOrthodox Patriarchate of AntiochOrthodox Patriarchate of JerusalemRussian Orthodox ChurchGeorgian Orthodox ChurchBulgarian Orthodox ChurchSerbian Orthodox ChurchRomanian Orthodox ChurchChurch of CyprusChurch of GreeceChurch of CretePolish Orthodox ChurchOrthodox Autocephalous Church of AlbaniaCzech and Slovak Orthodox ChurchOrthodox Church in America
Saint Catherine's Monastery, Mount SinaiFinnish Orthodox ChurchEstonian Apostolic Orthodox ChurchKorean Orthodox ChurchJapanese Orthodox ChurchChinese Orthodox ChurchUkrainian Orthodox Church-Moscow PatriarchateOrthodox Ohrid ArchbishopricPatriarchal Exarchate for Orthodox Parishes of Russian Tradition in Western EuropeMetropolis of BessarabiaMoldovan Orthodox ChurchRussian Orthodox Church Outside Russia
Significant figures
St. Basil the Great – St. Gregory of Nazianzus – St. John Chrysostom – St. Photios I of Constantinople – St. Gregory Palamas – St. Nicodemus the Hagiorite – St. Maximus the Confessor – St. Symeon the New Theologian – St. Athanasius of Alexandria – St. Isidore of Seville – St. Ambrose of Milan – St. Cyril of Jerusalem – St. Cyril of Alexandria – St. John of Damascus – St. John Cassian – St. Ignatius of Antioch – St. Anthony the Great – St. Paul of Thebes – St. Pachomius – St. Columba – St. Innocent of Alaska – St. Athanasius the Athonite – St. Mark of Ephesus – St. Theodore the Studite – St. Nicholas Cabasilas – St. Theophan the Recluse – St. Paisius Velichkovsky – St. Seraphim of Sarov – St. Ambrose of Optina
Orthodox Church in EuropeOrthodox Patriarchate of RomeByzantine EmpireBulgarian EmpireRussian EmpireOld CalendaristsUnion of the Russian PeopleLegion of Michael the ArchangelOrthodox Judaism
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