Council of Basel–Ferrara–Florence; Date: 1431–1449: Accepted by: Roman Catholicism
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Session 9—23 March 1440 [Monition of the council of Florence against the antipope Felix V] Eugenius, bishop, servant of the servants of God, for an everlasting record.
The Council of Florence was held in Florence, Italy, during 1438-1439, as a second reunion council to heal the Great Schism between East and West, the first being the ...
Council of Florence (Basle-Ferrara-Florence) 1431-1445 A.D. part one. For document sources noted, see Abbreviations
> The Council of Florence (A.D. 1438-1445) From Cantate Domino — Papal Bull of Pope Eugene IV
Council of Ferrara-Florence, ecumenical council of the Roman Catholic church (1438–45) in which the Latin and Greek churches tried to reach agreement on their ...
I read that for a short time, E. Orthodox had accepted the Council of Florence, but then since it was not accepted by the people back home, the E.O. Church decided ...
The Council of Florence. From the Catholic Encyclopedia. The Seventeenth Ecumenical Council was, correctly speaking, the continuation of the Council of Ferrara ...
I am not sure why this is listed as the council of Basel. It is far more commonly known as the Coucil of Florence. Also, the second half of the Council of Basel was ...