The Eastern Orthodox Church and Roman Catholic Church
The Roman Catholic Church and the Eastern Orthodox Church.
The two religions are the two predominant religions today: Catholicism and Protestantism.
The Protestant Reformation.
Martin Luther, although he didn't intend for the church to split. He was trying to bring to light problems that were within the church hoping that the Catholic leaders would just fix these, but instead it caused the church to split into two separate parts, Catholicism, and Protestantism.
The East West Schism happened in 1054, and the Catholic Church, which was by far the largest Christian Church, broke into the Roman Catholic Church and the Eastern Orthodox Church.
Catholics will say that the Orthodox church split from the Catholic Church. Orthodox will say that the Catholic Church split from the Orthodox church. But yes, the two churches did split from one another.
I assume you mean the official split into Eastern Orthodoxy and Roman Catholicism, which happened in 1054.
They formally split the Christian Church apart They created two completely separate churches.
Lutherans and the Church of England split from the Catholic Church.
11th century It was the Great Schism (pronounced skism)
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The Christian Church split into two separate churches in 1504, because of friction between the pope in Rome and the patriarch in Constantinople. The church in the West became the Roman Catholic Church, and the church in the East became the Eastern Orthodox Church.
Throughout its history the Christian church has undergone two major splits:The first occurred in 1054 AD, in what is commonly called "The Great Schism" in which the church was split into the Eastern Orthodox and Western branches. The split came to be as a result of deteriorating relations, and theological disagreements between the Pope of Rome, and the Patriarch of Constantinople.The second split began in 1517 AD, but was not officially recognized until 1648. This split of the Catholic church occurred when Martin Luther posted his infamous "Ninety-five Theses" and Christians across Europe defected from the Catholic church, forming the Protestant branch of Christianity.
The Catholic Church and the Orthodox Churches split during the schism in 1054.
because they all liked to Eat Carls J.R. (;
they formally split the Christian church apart
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).
Yes, Catholicism is the first Christian religion. All other religions that call themselves Christian have split from the Catholic Church over the years or split from other denominations of Christianity that had split from Catholicism.
Christian--Constantinople split with the Roman Catholic church in 1054 and became the center of the Eastern Orthodox Church.
An ever growing intolerance to the churches views on usury and masterbation.
The first split between the Christian church in the East and the Christian church in the West probably took place during the time of the Byzantine Empire. Some of the issues that caused this split were that the Eastern emperor viewed himself as head of the church as well as ruler of state, and the Pope in the West viewed HIMSELF as head of the church, and a varying opinion over idols. The Westerners had no problem worshipping/praying to idols, because many of them couldn't read, but the Easterners felt that it was wrong to worship an image. Thus, the church split into the Roman Catholics and the Greek Orthodox.
Roman Catholic AnswerYes, of course, and, saving the separated Churches in the East, the only Christian Church. It was founded by Our Blessed Lord, Himself, and was one until the split with the Orthodox in the 11th century.
The Churches that came out of the Great Schism of 1054 both claimed to be the original Christian Church. One was the Roman Catholic Church and the other was the Orthodox Church, although this is a more general term for a group of Churches with more than one Patriarch.
Catholics, Are Christians, The catholic Church is the oldest Christian church all other christian churches split from the catholic church.. They do the same thing all other Christians do. If you want a long answer, either look it up or ask, a catholic