After Nine Hundred Years by Yves Congar

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Father Congar exposes and clarifies the political, cultural, and ecclesiological heritage to the good schism that divided japanese and Western Christianity within the eleventh century.

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There selves are linked are also minor instances, equally decisive; the fact that the Greeks and the Russians have by the word libility" (infallible 6 vicarius; as from is in word atria first principle"; 7 "impeccability" signifies Russian no equivalent the fact that the the generally expressed "infal- also or avapagrrirog Greek there that in that for the Latin 8 word "to proceed signifies the fact that the faction" practically does not exist in Greek; word and the other hand, after having translated juerdvoia tentia, and nepogresmyi), "satis- that, by on poeni- the Latins have often joined poenitentia with poena and developed their thought in the direction of the idea of acts of penance and satisfaction.

13 who had in- its culture being preserved centers while by monks in small was often illit- secular population its there always existed in Byzantium a 14 a corps of literate imperial functionaries. great advantages from this, not the least cultivated laity, Byzantium derived of which was, no doubt, the one pointed out by Fleury (not without a hint of gallicanism): in Byzantium the laity were more or less with ecclesiastical matcapable of preoccupying themselves for the there it was ters; clergy to modify certain impossible points in traditional ecclesiastical discipline, as was done in the West.

This was the epoch in which Innocent III compelled, as much as he could, the Bulgarian and Greek clergy to complete their ordination by. the anointing with their rite. 62 Gregory IX At oil, though it is not a part of same epoch the apocrisiaries of Pope Synod of Nicaea-Nymphaeum in 1233, this to the which could have been a reunion council, demanded a rigid and unconditioned agreement with the Latin viewpoint on the two unsettled questions of the Filioque and azymes. " 64 These examples might in future 25 AFTER NINE HUNDRED YEARS be multiplied.

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