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The East–West Schism of 1054 marks the beginning of the Latin (Roman Catholic) and Greek (Eastern Orthodox) branches of Christianity. Many establishments that are now ordinary church congregations began as abbeys, and have continued to carry the name.
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- ► 11th-century Roman Catholic church buildings (130 P)
Pages in category "11th-century churches"
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