Lateran Council (964)
The Lateran Council (964) was a synod (or church council) held in the Lateran Palace on 23 June 964, for the purpose of deposing Pope Benedict V.
After Pope Leo VIII had been deposed in 964 by the...
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Synod of Ingelheim
The Universal Synod of Ingelheim began on June 7, 948 in the then church of Saint Remigius in Ingelheim.Being summoned by Pope Agapetus II its primary goal was to resolve a long running Schism concern...
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Council of Reims
Reims, located in the north-east of modern France, hosted several councils or synods in the Roman Catholic Church. These councils did not universally represent the church and are not counted among the...
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Synod of Erfurt
The Synod (or Council) of Erfurt was a church council held at Erfurt in northeastern Thuringia under the presidency of Henry I of Germany in 932. Erfurt was attended by ecclesiastics from every region...
Synod of Rome (964)
The Synod of Rome (964) was a synod held in St. Peter’s Basilica from 26 to 28 February 964, for the purpose of condemning the Synod of Rome (963) and to depose Pope Leo VIII.
After Pope John XII ...
Synod of Rome (963)
The Synod of Rome (963) was a possibly uncanonical synod held in St. Peter’s Basilica from 6 November until 4 December 963, under the authority of the Holy Roman Emperor, Otto I to depose Pope John XI...