Chaldean Catholic Church of Babylon
EENI - Business School.
Sub-subject: The Chaldean Catholic Church of Babylon:
ethics and business (Christianity). Syllabus:
- Introduction to the Chaldean Catholic Church (Eastern Catholic
- Chaldean ethics and business
- Chaldean businesspeople. Nadhmi Shakir Auchi
- Chaldeans in the World
Sample of the sub-subject: Chaldean Catholic Church of Babylon
Sub-Subject Description: Chaldeans.
The 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.
- Its headquarters is in Baghdad (Iraq), which is the country that
most adherents have and where they have suffered great repression.
- The Chaldean Catholic Church uses the East Syrian Rite and the used the Syrian language for the liturgy.
- It was created in the seventh century
- In the era of Saddam Hussein, his Prime Minister Tariq Aziz was a
Chaldean. Near 200,000 Chaldeans/Assyrians
lives in the United States, mainly in Detroit.
- The current patriarch is Louis Sako
- The businessperson Nadhmi Shakir Auchi is Chaldean.
- Chaldeans belongs to the Arab Economic Area.
Religion and Global Business