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Dаtе: 16.08.2012
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Аthor: M'Combie, William

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    The East–West Schism, sometimes known as the Great Schism, is the medieval division of Chalcedonian Christianity into Eastern (Greek) and Western (Latin) branches ANGLICANISM, THE UNIVERSAL CHURCH, AND THE OCTAVE OF CHRISTIAN UNITY by Fr. Victor E. Novak Special to Virtueonline www.virtueonline.org January 18, 2013
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