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Concerns precisely the It is indeed very the schism moment when been without a true remedy seems impossible that this be a purely exterior asserted itself in a way that has up to now. It and fortuitous coincidence. Perhaps, it is much more likely that we have come to the very core of our subject. However, with the idea of returning elsewhere to it some day, we will not now treat this immense and fascinating subject as a whole, but merely from the theological point of view and to begin with, from the actual state of theology, without however, supplying detailed and elaborated proofs.
Tinople, the use of Latin was Thus, in Constan- restricted to administrative and 2 In the West, thanks to the monks who juridical formulae. came from the Neapolitan region and Sicily, there were al- ways men especially in Rome who understood Greek, and this language of prime importance for the sources of tra3 But dition was studied by numerous scholarly churchmen. unfortunately two it is a fact that the Christian world split in to the according to a line that practically corresponded were amazingly and the lacking in curiosity regarding the Latin Fathers, latter were scarcely better informed as to the Greeks.
We 43 wish that all Catholics would become aware we wish they might and enter into a sympathetic patient consideration of the of the East and, since we must face it, the spirit of spirit of these factors and their importance; Orthodoxy. This is the main reason why we have welcomed a number of works on the Slavophile movement into our French collection, Unam sanctam. It it is We not a question of abolishing these differences, but not elevate them to an absolute. imperative that we do is have seen in the matter of how rite, this danger is not Moreover, the danger presents itself in different ways in the East and in the West.