List of Melkite Greek Catholic Patriarchs of Antioch
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This is a list of Melkite Greek Catholic Patriarchs of Antioch. The present complete title is Patriarch of Antioch and All the East, of Alexandria and Jerusalem of the Melkite Greek Catholic Church. This Eastern Catholic Church came back into visible communion with Rome in 1724, which caused Jeremias III to declare the action invalid and set up a counter ecclesial body that today is called the Orthodox Church of Antioch.
The Melkite Catholic Church is a continuation of the original See of Antioch that traces its existence all the way back to St. Peter according to the Canons of both the Roman Catholic Church and the Eastern Orthodox Churches. This claim is accepted by the Vatican and is not disputed by the Maronite Catholic Church  nor the Syriac Catholic Church (the legal continuation of what was the Syrian Orthodox Church, the current Syriac Orthodox Church being a later counter creation)  which both also have Patriarchs of Antioch.
Melkite Greek Catholic Patriarchs of Antioch
- Cyril VI Tanas (1724–1760)
- Maximos II Hakim (1760–1761)
- Theodosius V Dahan (1761–1788)
- Athanasius IV Jawhar (1788–1794)
- Cyril VII Siaj (1794–1796)
- Agapius II Matar (1796–1812)
- Ignatius IV Sarrouf (1812)
- Athanasius V Matar (1813)
- Macarius IV Tawil (1813–1815)
- Ignatius V Qattan (1816–1833)
- Maximos III Mazloum (1833–1855)
- Clement Bahouth (1856–1864)
- Gregory II Youssef-Sayur (1864–1897)
- Peter IV Jaraijiry (1898–1902)
- Cyril VIII Geha (1902–1916)
- vacant (1916–1919)
- Demetrius I Qadi (1919–1925)
- Cyril IX Moghabghab (1925–1947)
- Maximos IV Sayegh (1947–1967)
- Maximos V Hakim (1967–2000)
- Gregory III Laham (2000–present)
- List of the Melkite Patriarchs of Antioch from Melkite Church official website
- Greek-Melkite Catholic Patriarchate of Antioch by GCatholic.org.
- Catholic Hierarchy entry
- History of Melkite Church including Cannons regarding Reunion with Rome and the legal continuation of the See of Antioch.
- Legal circumstances of union with Rome.