The Late Byzantine Papacy and Maximus the Confessor
Episode 99 The Late Byzantine Papacy and Maximus the Confessor
Description: Today, we are going to wrap up the so called Byzantine era of the papacy. This was a time when nearly every pope was eastern in origin and owed his job to the emperor in Constantinople. Things will change dramatically for the popes after this time. We also see some interesting stories, like a bishop of England who came from Tarsus of all places. This is a really transformative, exciting and important time for the Popes of Rome and Christian Church!
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