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The words "why" and "schism" in "great schism" rhyme because they end with the same sound "ism," creating a similar ending. This similarity in sounds can make the words sound alike when spoken together.

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Where did the Great Schism happen?

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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The great schism resulted from a conflict between?

The great schism resulted from a conflict between the Catholic and the Orthodox Churches.


What is a split that occurred within the Catholic Church that resulted in two separate churches Eastern Orthodox and Catholicism in 1047?

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.


What empire The Great Schism of 1054 occurred among the Christians?

The Great Schism of 1054 occurred among the Christians of Eastern and Western Roman Empire.


How did the great schism affect medieval life?

The Great Schism caused many members of a population that found itself without leaders and, to embrace mystic movements.


What effect did the great schism havevon Catholicism?

The Great Schism caused many members of a population that found itself without leaders and, to embrace mystic movements.


When the great schism occured which empires divided?

The Roman Empire divided into the Western and Eastern, with the West centered in Rome, and the East centered in Constantinople, if you are talking about the Eastern Schism. The Great Schism in the Catholic Church usually refers to the Western Schism which divided European countries over who the true Pope was.


Where did the Great Schism occur?

In Constantenopal....which was founded by constantene.


What was the break of the catholic church called?

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