Rimini, Council of
Rimini, Council of
Opened early in July, 359, with over four hundred bishops

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  • Council of Pisa —     Council of Pisa     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Council of Pisa     Preliminaries.     The great Schism of the West had lasted thirty years (since 1378), and none of the means employed to bring it to an end had been successful. Compromise or… …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Council of Rimini — See also: Council of Seleucia and First Council of Constantinople (360) The Council of Rimini (also called the Council of Ariminum) was an early Christian church synod held in Ariminum (modern Rimini, Italy). In 358, the Roman Emperor… …   Wikipedia

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  • Council of Sirmium — The Council of Sirmium generally refers to the third of the four episcopal councils held in Sirmium between 357 AD and 359 AD. Specifically one was held in 357, one in 358 and one in 359. The third council marked a temporary compromise between… …   Wikipedia

  • Council of Seleucia — See also: Council of Rimini and First Council of Constantinople (360) not to be confused with the Council of Seleucia Ctesiphon of 410. The Council of Seleucia was an early Christian church synod at Seleucia Isauria (now Silifke,… …   Wikipedia

  • Council of Constantinople (360) — Further information: Council of Rimini and Council of Seleucia In 359, the Roman Emperor Constantius II requested a church council, at Constantinople, of both the eastern and western bishops, to resolve the split at the Council of… …   Wikipedia

  • Ariminum, Council of — ▪ Roman Catholic history also called  Council of Rimini        (AD359), in early Christianity, one of the several 4th century church councils concerned with Arianism; (Arianism) it was called by the pro Arian Roman emperor Constantius II and held …   Universalium

  • Rimini — • Diocese, suffragan of Ravenna Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Rimini     Rimini     † Ca …   Catholic encyclopedia

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