As a whole our people really need to do some more patristic reading. St. Maximus states that Christ NAMED his Church the Catholic Church (capital C). The councils in the history of the Orthodox Church refer to her repeatedly as the "Catholic and Apostolic Church." This is just as true post schism as it is pre-schism. The RCC calls itself "the Catholic Church." That's nice. However, there is a problem in that every single saint and council refer to what we commonly call today "the Orthodox Church" as "the Catholic Church" or as "the Orthodox Catholic Church" or as "God's Holy Catholic and Apostolic Orthodox Church." Read the acts of the Synod of Jerusalem under Dositheus. Not once is the Church which contains the Orthodox patriarchates of Constantinople, Jerusalem, Antioch, Alexandria, Rus, etc. called "the Orthodox Church." Read the decisions of the 19th century councils. Repeatedly it is "Orthodox Catholic" or "Catholic and Apostolic." It is called the capital C Catholic Church. That another body does the same should have no impact on us.