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Carolingian Divisions and their Effects on the Church in the West: I
Dr. John C. Rao
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  Germanic customs also badly affected politics. The Empire was looked upon as a family territory to be divided among Louis the Pious' heirs, already causing problems when the former was still alive. This horrified Churchmen concerned for Christian and Roman unity. But the problem had just begun for Lothair, Louis the German, and Charles the Bald when their father finally died. Taken from the Roman Forum Gardone Symposium 2007 - Christianity and the Carolinigians (751-896). Part 7 of 10



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