Name Orthodox
Religion group Christian
Religious head Ecumenical Patriarch (Constantinople)
Clergy Priests (Protos,Episkopoi, Metropolitan,Patriarch)
Buildings Monastery,Church,Theological School,Basilica

Orthodox is a Religion of the Chrisitan group.

Features Edit

The Orthodox religion is predominant in the Balakns and Eastern Europe

Organization Edit

The religious head is the Ecumneical Patriarch. The Church is further divided into Patriarchates , which are autocephalous (Autonomous) churches. Each of them is organized into Metropolitanates and Eparchies (equivalent to Bishoprics) coverring between two to five counties.

Patriarchates Edit

  • Ecumenical Patriarchate of Constantinople
  • Patriarchate of Alexandria
  • Patriarchate of Antioch
  • Patriarchate of Jerusalem
  • Patriarchate of Serbia
  • Patriarchate of Bulgaria
  • Patriarchate of Romania
  • Patriarchate of Russia
  • Patriarchate of Georgia

Buildings Edit

  • Monastery
  • Church
  • Theological School
  • Basilica

Church Edit

The Church is the standard building for the Orthodox. It encourages piety and conversion. The head of a church is called a Presbyster It can be established by the Church (by the episkopi) or the State (if it has state religion Orthodox)

Basilica Edit

The Basilica is the center of an Eparchy. Its leader is a Episkopoi. Elevating a Church to a Cathedral may be done by the Patriarch (Pope or Cardinals)

Theological School Edit

The Theological school is a building for creating new clergy. Usually there is one for two bishoprics.

Monastery Edit

The Monastry increases devoutness in the county. It is led by a Protos. It may be established by an episkopi