Definition of Great Schism in English:

Great Schism

Syllabification: Great Schism
Pronunciation: /ˌɡrāt ˈs(k)izəm
 
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1The breach between the Eastern and the Western Churches, traditionally dated to 1054 and becoming final in 1472.
2The period 1378–1417, when the Western Church was divided by the creation of antipopes.

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