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Roman Catholic AnswerThe first Ecumenical Council of the Church was the First Council of Nicaea, which, unsurprisingly was held at Nicaea as Councils are named after the town or location where they are held.
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The Council of Nicaea was called at the urging of Constantine in 325 A.D., Constantine suggested the Council of the pope, Sylvester I, and provided for the transportation for all the Bishops to journey to Rome. He also covered their expenses, but the Holy Father would have been the one to decide for a Council and to convene it.


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Constantine gave Christianity state patronage and saw the Church as a potential unifying force in the Empire. He knew that the Church could not unify the Empire unless it was, itself, united. He called the Council of Nicaea in order to achieve the changes he needed within the Church. He set out to impose order, create a stable hierarchy under his leadership, and obtain consensus on important issues facing the Church.


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First of all, it was Pope Pius IX, not Pius II who convened and then presided over Vatican I or the First Vatican Council. Pius IX, called it for the review of the topics that was being dealt in the Church which was: rationalism, liberalism, materialism, inspiration of Scripture, and papal infallibility.


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The Electoral College does not convene as one body but instead the electors meet in the state capitols of their respective states; most of these meetings of electors will happen in most of the states on December 15.



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