Housekeeping. LATE WORK MUST GET IN BEFORE MONDAY! Permission slips? Turn in ASAP. Thursday: Study Table in Ms. Sparrow’s room, both lunches Bring your lunch and questions about ch. 1-3 and in-class material. The Carolingians. Dynasty established by Charles Martel
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- Pope Stephen II publicly anointed Pepin the Short in 754
- The lands that Pepin defended and won for Rome (threatened by the Lombards) became known as the Papal States
The Photian Schism (857-867 AD)
From the beginning of the See of Constantinople to the [Photian] schism in 867 the list of these temporary breaches of communion is a formidable one. There were fifty-five years of schism (343-98 AD) during the Arian troubles, eleven because of St. John Chrysostom's deposition (404-15 AD), thirty-five years of the Acacian schism (484-519 AD), forty-one years of Monothelite schism (640-81 AD), sixty-one years because of Iconoclasm. So of these 544 years (323-867 AD) no less than 203 were spent by Constantinople in a state of schism. We notice too that in every one of these quarrels Constantinople was on the wrong side; by the consent of the Orthodox, too, Rome in all stood out for right.
1913 Catholic Encyclopedia
The Great Schism (1054 AD)
Patriarch Michael Cerularius
Pope Leo IX (1049-1054 AD)
[SIDEBAR] – Contemporary Efforts to Heal the Schism