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'''Tupãrape Oparupigua''', ha'e pe [[Tupãrape Karai]] iguasuvéva, oguerekovévo 1.270.000.000 tapicha ipype opa yvy rupi.<ref name="Annuario">{{Cite web|url=https://press.vatican.va/content/salastampa/en/bollettino/pubblico/2016/03/05/160305b.html|title=L'Annuario Pontificio 2015 e l' "Annuarium Statisticum Ecclesiae" 2014}}</ref> Ha'e peteĩ tupãrape ijymavéva ko yvy ári ha iñangaturãeterei Amérika he Európape g̃uara.<ref name="O'CollinsPref">[//en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gerald_O'Collins O'Collins], p. v (preface).</ref> Omotenonde chupe Avareguasu Rrómagua, ojeikuaáva avei [[pápa]]<nowiki/>icha,<ref>{{Cite Catholic Encyclopedia|id=12260a|title=The Pope|last=Joyce|first=George|accessdate=2 July 2016}}</ref> imbo'epykuéra oimepa ''Ajerovia'' Ñembo'épe. Tupãrape Oparupigua ojeikuaave i[[marangaturã]]<nowiki/>re ha'éva [[Pokõi|pokuã mokõi]].{{Reflist|30em|group=note}}{{Reflist|20em|refs=<ref name=suiiuris>{{cite web|url=http://www.scribd.com/doc/2057012/Malankara-Catholic-Church-sui-iuris-Juridical-Status-and-Power-of-Governance|title=Malankara Catholic Church sui iuris: Juridical Status and Power of Governance|work=Scribd|quote=A church ''sui iuris'' is "a community of the Christian faithful, which is joined together by a hierarchy according to the norm of law and which is expressly or tacitly recognized as sui iuris by the supreme authority of the Church" (CCEO.27). The term ''sui iuris'' is an innovation of the CCEO, and it denotes the relative autonomy of the [[Eastern Catholic Churches|oriental Catholic Churches]]. This canonical term, pregnant with many juridical nuances, indicates the God-given mission of the Oriental Catholic Churches to keep up their patrimonial autonomous nature. And the autonomy of these churches is relative in the sense that it is under the supreme authority of the Roman Pontiff. – Fr. Thomas Kuzhinapurath, 1998}}</ref>}}
 
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