Fifth Ecumenical Council: Constantinople II

HISTORICAL INTRODUCTION. (Hefele, History of the Councils, Vol. IV., p. 289.) In accordance with the imperial command, but without the assent of the Pope, the synod was opened on the 5th of May A.D. 553, in the Secretarium of the Cathedral Church at Constantinople. Among those present were the Patriarchs, Eutychius of Constantinople, who presided, […]

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