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The Orthodox Church as seen by the Roman Church

After the Schism between Constantinople and Rome, the Roman Church tended to work on the assumption that there was no Church in the East, but only scattered Christians. Although this contention may be dismissed as a polemic exaggeration, Rome interpreted Christian universality as universality of the West.

Argentina’s Roman Catholic Cardinal Bergoglio elected Pope

Argentine Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio, 76, the leader of a large urban archdiocese in Latin America, was elected the 266th pope and took the name Francis.   Jorge Bergoglio was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina’s capital city, Dec. 17, 1936. He studied and received a master’s degree in chemistry at the University of Buenos Aires, […]