Most Christians are taken aback when they witness a Syro-Malabar liturgy or Syro-Malankara liturgy in India or an Ukranian liturgy in Europe or a Greek Orthodox liturgy in the United States. But these are traditions embodied into Christianity - ways in which the early Christians organized themselves, prayed and worshipped. Unfortunately, most are family with the Roman liturgy and its background of Roman law. But these can be enriched by the the more philosophical and mystical traditions of the Eastern Churches. The present book, CHURCHES: EAST AND WEST serves as an introduction to the beginnings of these Churches and the differing emphases and spirit of this variety of ways to follow Christ, bringing people to a realization that the Church is Catholic - universal.