Die Rolle der europäischen Imperialmächte für den Verlauf des armenischen Schismas (1871-1879/81)

Kartashyan, Mariam (2016). Die Rolle der europäischen Imperialmächte für den Verlauf des armenischen Schismas (1871-1879/81). Internationale kirchliche Zeitschrift IKZ, 106(4), pp. 273-294. Stämpfli

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The papal bull Reversurus (1867) and its dogmatic legitimization at the First
Vatican Council (1870) not only caused ecclesiastical controversy and schism in
the Armenian Catholic Church, but also had political consequences. The original
conflict between the Armenian Catholics and Rome escalated in Constantinople
soon attracting the attention of the European imperial powers. The main political
powers involved in the Armenian affair were France, the British Empire, Austria-
Hungary, the German Empire, and Russia. The historical and political background
and the relation of the European imperial powers played a significant role for the
duration and conclusion (1879–1881) of the Armenian schism. The antiultramontane
Armenians received the support and approval of the Ottoman
Empire in the first half of the 1870s mostly because the European powers did not
assist the Pope enough. In the second half of the 1870s, as the European imperial
powers used their influence on the Ottoman Empire in order to promote papal
interests in the Ottoman Empire, the pope was able to reassert power there.

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01 Faculty of Theology > Institute of Old Catholic Theology
01 Faculty of Theology > Department of Old Catholic Theology [discontinued]

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Kartashyan, Mariam


200 Religion > 280 Christian denominations
200 Religion > 230 Christianity & Christian theology
200 Religion > 270 History of Christianity
900 History > 940 History of Europe
900 History > 950 History of Asia








Mariam Kartashyan

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