Augustine to Early Middle Ages - Part 09: Rome, the East and the Monothelite Controversy

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Highly gifted intellectual and spiritual exiles from the East, like St. Maximus the Confessor, stirred up the Papacy to a greater sense of its Primacy and its duty to fight Monothelitism. This lead to severe confrontations with the emperors in Constantinople, especially under the reign of Pope St. Martin. Taken from the series: Dr. John Rao, "From Augustine and Chrysostom to the Papal-Frankish Alliance Christianity in the Early Middle Ages (395-752) - 2006 VonHildebrand Institute"

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