Echoes of the Holy See's Efforts around the End of the Division with the East in the Correspondence of St. Avitus of Vienne with Pope Hormisdas
Stanisław KoczwaraUniwersytet Wileński , Lithuania
Avito di Vienne fu una figura eminente nella Chiesa delle Occidente tra il V e il VI secolo. Sua sede episcopale di Vienne si trovava nel territorio dei Burgundi, che erano ariani. In genere, la lotta contro le eresie e la preoccupazione per l’unita della Chiesa furono le caratteristiche della sua azione pastorale. A nome dell'episcopato della Gallia assicuró papa Ormisda (515-523) che la Gallia sulla questione con l’Oriente (lo scisma acaciano) avrebbe seguito le sue decisioni, dando ampio riconoscimento del primato della Sede Apostolica.
Keywords:Avitus of Vienne, pope Hormisdas, letters, Holy See, Gaul, division, Rome, Constantinople
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