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Christianity became divided into two distinct churches.

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The Great Schism was the event that divided "Chalcedonian" Christianity into Western Catholicism and Eastern Orthodoxy. It was the result of an extended period of estrangement between the two bodies of churches.


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Short answer: it was one of the causes of the split between the western and eastern Christian churches. The result of the split (schism) is the Catholic church (western) and Orthodox church (eastern).


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You're thinking of the Eastern Schism, sometimes called the Great Schism, but in the Catholic Church, the Great Schism refers to the Western Schism in the 15th century, not the Eastern Schism in the 11th century.


The Great Schism was the division of Chalcedonian Christianity into the Eastern (Greek) and Western (Latin) branches. The Great Schism began in Constantinople in 1053.


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Roman Catholic AnswerThere were two "schisms" that are commonly referred to when speaking of the church. The Western Schism or Great Schism was not a true schism but refers to the time in the late 14 century when the Pope moved to Avignon and another pseudo-Pope was elected in Rome; at one time, before the end of this disaster there were three "popes". The Schism of the East, which was a true schism, resulted in the Orthodox Church separating from the Catholic Church in 1054. This schism has been an off again, on again thing through the centuries and is a great heartbreak for the Church.


The East-West Schism of 1054 sometimes known as the Schism of the East.



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