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The Church in the Early Middle Ages - Part 4 of 11 - The Church in Italy and the Empire - I
Dr. John Rao
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  These two tapes by Dr. Rao explore a variety of issues that put the Papacy in Italy on a collision course with the Empire ruled from Constantinople. Caesaro-Papism on the one hand and growth in the sense of papal supremacy, often fed by Greek refugees seeking protection from imperial interference in Church affairs on the other, played a major role in embittering West and East. Taken from: The Church in the Early Middle Ages - 1994 VonHildebrand Institute



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