The Great Schism And The Catholic Church

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A Schism is the formal separation of a church into two churches or the secession of a group owing to doctrinal and other differences. The Great Schism between sects of the Catholic Church. The Great Schism of 1054, between the Eastern
Orthodox Church and the Roman Catholic Church, was caused by the everlasting differences of religious beliefs and political views between the eastern and western churches. The challenge to the absolute authority of the pope to make decisions concerning all of the Christian people and Christian doctrine, and the different views concerning the Filioque. The schism between the Roman Catholics and the Orthodox Christians was mainly caused by heresy, in which the Orthodox Patriarchs deposed Pope Nicholas in
867 CE,

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