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UNIAT -The Churches of Eastern Christendom in communion with Rome, which yet retain their respective languages, rites, and canon law in accordance with the terms of their union. The term ‘Uniat’ (Polish Unia) was first used by the opponents of the Union of Brest-Litovsk (1595). Today these churches are called Roman Catholic of the Byzantine Rite.