Although I'm on the same side of the theological fence as Orthodoc, I finally have to speak out about this (hardly edifying) ongoing squabble about use of the word "Catholic."
Yes, "Catholic" appears in the oldest titles for our (err, THE) Church. We (Orthodox) also use the words "Catholic" and "catholic" differently than do Roman/Eastern/Uniate/Ruthenian/Byzantine/Melkite/Maronite/AnyOneElseIMissedOutThere?/Catholics.
On the other hand, throughout twenty-seven years in the faith (and several jurisdictions), I NEVER have run across anyone other than Orthodoc who identified himself or herself as an "Orthodox Catholic." People simply identify themselves as "Orthodox."
Al Green's website includes a list of religious groups that place the word "Orthodox" in their titles. Spend some time over there reading. Not only will you shudder at what carries the label "Orthodox", but you will gain a great understanding of what happens when a term cannot be copyrighted! (I once was in a parish, and the priest was told by the telephone company that "Orthodox Christian" legally can be claimed by any group advertising in the yellow pages. Fr. ___ had enquired because of a bogus group in town that was confusing uninformed, thus innocent people.)
I know that I am new to these boards; however, can't the moderator or administrator please put an end to this thread?