This video from Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly shows twenty-first century church leaders from both sides of the Great Schism discussing the errors of the past and laying the groundwork for reconciliation and possible unity in the future. The Great Schism arose in 1054 between the Roman Catholic Church and the Orthodox Church, due to a variety of factors, including differences in politics, doctrine, geography, language and culture.
Learn more about the Religion & Ethics segment "Feature: Roman Catholic-Eastern Orthodox Dialogue."
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