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#480 – A History of the Catholic Church -The Gelasian Doctrine

Pope Gelasius I enunciates the proper relationship between the Pope of Rome and the Emperor and the proper relationship between the Pope of Rome and the Metropolitan Bishop of Constantinople. Unfortunately for Gelasius, the Emperor and Bishop of Constantinople have a different understanding.

After the death of Gelasius, Pope Anastasius II strives to ease tensions with the East, to disastrous results.

Links:
The Christ between St. Peter and the Emperor

Letter of Gelasius to Emperor Anastasius I enunciating two powers doctrine

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#480 – A History of the Catholic Church – The Gelasian Doctrine

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#479 – A History of the Catholic Church – The Baptism of Clovis

In Gaul, Clovis becomes the first of the Germanic leaders to adopt Nicene Christianity. In Rome, Pope Gelasius struggles to deal with the problems caused by recent wars in Italy. The Acacian Schism continues to fester.

Links:
The Baptism of Clovis by the Master of Saint Giles

Gregory of Tours on the Conversion of Clovis

The so-called Gelasian Decree

On the Lupercalia of Rome

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#479 – A History of the Catholic Church – The Baptism of Clovis

#475 – A History of the Catholic Church – The Schism Continues

As the conflict between East and West over the Henotikon continues, Pope Felix III needs to deal with Nicenes in North Africa abandoning the faith and the Ostrogoths invading Italy. We also look at the theology of Philoxenus of Mabbug.

Links:
Photo of coin of Theodoric the Great

Information on Philoxenus of Mabbug

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#475 – A History of the Catholic Church – The Schism Continues