Great-schism meaning

The formal split (1054) between the Eastern Orthodox and Roman Catholic churches.
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The dispute (1378–1417) within the Catholic church over papal succession.
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The separation of the Eastern Church from the Western Church, traditionally dated 1054
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The division or conflict in the Roman Catholic Church from 1378 to 1417, when there were rival popes at Avignon and Rome.
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