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Schisms in Christianity - The East-West Schism, The Great Western Schism

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Schisms in Christianity - The East-West Schism, The Great Western Schism:

The East-West schism started in the 11th century and deepened in the following years, and finally resulted in the division of medieval Christianity into Eastern (Greek) and Western (Latin) branches, which later became known as the Eastern Orthodox Church and the Roman Catholic Church, respectively.

The Great Schism of Western Christianity or Papal Schism was a split within the Roman Catholic Church in which two men simultaneously claimed to be the true pope. The conflicts quickly escalated from a church problem to a diplomatic crisis that divided Europe. Secular leaders had to choose which claimant they would recognize. The split lasted about 40 years from 1378 to 1417.

There are 17 titles in this UL:

1- Wikipedia - East vs. West Schism

2- Fortescue - The Orthodox Eastern Church (1908)

3- McGucken - The Orthodox Church (2008)

4- Ffoulkes - Christendom's Division of the Christian Family in the East and West (1865)

5- Tondini - The Pope of Rome and the Popes of the Oriental Orthodox Church (1875)

6- Congar - After Nine Hundred Years (1959)

7- Howard - The Schism between the Oriental and Western Churches (1892)

8- Bradshaw - Aristotle East and West: Metaphysics and the Division of Christendom (2004)

9- Guettee - The Papacy and its Historic Origins and Primitive Relations with Eastern Churches (1866)

10- Wikipedia - The Western Schism

11- Locke - Age of the Great Western Schism (1897)

12- Jordan - The Inner History of the Great Schism of the West (1930)

13- Salembier - The Great Schism of the West (1907)

14- Isaacson - Story of the Later Popes (1906)

15- Smith - The Great Schism of the West

16- Perceval - The Roman Schism Illustrated from the Records of the Catholic Church (1836)

17- Swanson - Universities, Academics and the Great Schism (1979)