Constantinople, First Ecumenical Council of


Constantinople, First Ecumenical Council of
Constantinople, First Ecumenical Council of
Called in May, 381, by Emperor Theodosius, to provide for a Catholic succession in the patriarchal See of Constantinople, to confirm the Nicene Faith, to reconcile the semi-Arians with the Church, and to put an end to the Macedonian heresy

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