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Chaldean Catholic Church of Babylon

Syllabus of the Subject - Chaldean Catholic Church of Babylon: ethics and business (Christianity).

  1. Introduction to the Chaldean Catholic Church (Eastern Catholic Churches)
  2. Chaldean Ethics and Business
  3. Chaldean Businesspeople
    1. Nadhmi Shakir Auchi
  4. Chaldeans in the World

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The Subject “Chaldeans: Ethics and Businessbelongs to the following Online Higher Education Programs taught by EENI Global Business School:
  1. Doctorate: Ethics, Religions & Business
  2. Master: Religions & Business
  3. Course: Christianity & Business

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Description of the Subject: Chaldeans.

Chaldeans and Assyrians primarily make the Chaldean Catholic Church (Eastern Catholic Church - Christianity), estimated at 500,000 the number of followers. They depend on the Catholic Church of Rome.

  1. Its headquarters are in Baghdad (Iraq), which is the country that most adherents have and where they have suffered great repression
  2. The Chaldean Catholic Church uses East Syrian Rite, they use Syrian language for the liturgy
  3. It was created in the seventh century CE.
  4. In the era of Saddam Hussein, his Prime Minister Tariq Aziz was a Chaldean
  5. Near 200,000 Chaldeans/Assyrians lives in the United States, mainly in Detroit
  6. The current patriarch is Louis Sako
  7. The Businessman Nadhmi Shakir Auchi is Chaldean
  8. Chaldeans belongs to the Arab Economic Area

Nadhmi Shakir Chaldean Businessman (Course Master)

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