My Smore Flyer
By: Courtney White
In the Roman Church the services were spoken in Latin and the priest could not be married. In the Eastern Church the services were spoken in Greek and the priest could be married.
In the Western Church they accepted the view that the holy spirit combines both father and son. In the Eastern Church maintained supremacy of the father in the Trinity.
In the Western Church the Roman Pope was the supreme church authority. In the Eastern Church they rejected supremacy of the Pope over local leaders.