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Which was a major cause of the 11th-century schism between the Orthodox Church and the Catholic Church? They disagreed about how much religious power the state should have. They quarreled over
whether nuns could lead church services such as mass. They competed about which language, Greek or Latin, to use in prayer. They disputed whether the Eastern Church had to obey decisions of the pope.
They disagreed about how much religious power the state should have.
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