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Councils Of Clovesho - The Council of 747
... gatherings recorded in the history of the Anglo-Saxon Church ... The thirteenth and fifteenth canons are noteworthy as showing the close union of the Anglo-Saxon Church with the Holy See ... namely, according to the sample which we have received in writing from the Roman Church ...
Christianization Of Bulgaria - Choice Between Rome and Constantinople
... was performed in the Greek language, and the newly established Bulgarian Church was subordinate to the Church of Constantinople ... prompted the Knyaz to ask Constantinople to allow the Bulgarian Church independent status ... century, in the practice of the formally united Church, there were no precedents for creating national churches among newly converted peoples ...
Theological Definition (Catholicism) - Theological History
... Schatz points to "the special esteem given to the Roman church community (that) was always associated with fidelity in the faith and preservation of the paradosis (the faith as ... and the Hormisdas formula in 519 which asserted that "the Roman church has never erred (and will never err)" ... down and the tradition of Peter preserved intact by the Roman Church" ...
History Of The Orthodox Church - Tensions With The Papacy - Conversion of The Bulgarians
... as the liturgy was carried out in the Greek language, and the newly established Bulgarian Church was subordinate to the Church of Constantinople ... A popular revolt against the new religion prompted the King to request that the Bulgarian Church be granted independence by Constantinople ... the Christian way of life and a future Bulgarian Church under Rome's jurisdiction ...
Johannes Hymonides
... of Monte Cassino near Rome, and later a deacon of the Roman Church ... he was closely associated with Anastasius, Librarian of the Roman Church (died 879) ... an earlier date from the pope's letters in the archives of the Roman Church ...

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    We do not preach great things but we live them.
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