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#339 – A History of the Catholic Church – Constantine Stands Alone

Constantine continues to struggle with the Donatists and Christian persecutes Christian. As he tries to make peace among the Christians of the West, tensions with his co-emperor Licinius break out into civil war.

Links:

Image of Peter Paul Reubens’ “The Battle of Constantine and Licinius

The Spread of Christianity to 325.

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#339 – A History of the Catholic Church – Constantine Stands Alone

#337 – A History of the Catholic Church – The Rise Of Christendom

constantineatthelateran

In the West, Constantine begins to support the Church in Rome and the links between the Catholic Church and the State are strengthened. In the East, the persecutions come to an end.

Links:

Image of Constantine at the Lateran Basilica

Map of Rome with location of early Christian churches

Edict of Milan

Canons of Ancyra 314

Canons of Neocaesarea 315

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