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Chiesa cattolica in Georgia (it); Catholicisme romain en Géorgie (fr); Gruzijska katolička Crkva (hr); Katholieke Kerk in Georgië (nl); Католицизм в Грузии (ru); კათოლიციზმი საქართველოში (ka); Georgisch-katholische Kirche (de); Catolicismo na Geórgia (pt); Catholic Church in Georgia (en); الرومانية الكاثوليكية في جورجيا (ar); Iglesia católica en Georgia (es); Католичка црква у Грузији (sr) Iglesia catolica en Georgia (es); Katholieke Kerk in Georgie, Katholicisme in Georgie, Katholicisme in Georgië, Georgisch-katholieke Kerk (nl)

The Georgian Catholic Church (or Catholic Church in Georgia), since the 11th century East-West Schism, has been composed mainly of Latin Rite Catholics; Georgian Catholic communities of the Armenian Rite have existed in the country since the 18th century. A Georgian Byzantine Rite Catholic community, though small, has existed for a number of centuries but does not, however, constitute an autonomous ("sui iuris") Church. Canon 27 of the Code of Canons of the Eastern Churches defines these Churches as under a hierarchy of their own and recognized as autonomous by the supreme authority of the Church.expressed an interest in union with the Church of Rome, and an envoy was sent from Rome in 1919 to examine the situation. As a result of the onset of civil war and Soviet occupation, this came to nothing.


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