The Great Schism of the West What was the most important cause of the Great Schism?
During the years of 1378 to 1417, a schism occurred within the Roman Catholic
Church. It was the Great Schism of the West and unlike the Great Schism of the East, this
schism was not about defying against the supreme Church. The Great Schism of the West
was about politics. During this time, three separate people claimed to be the pope,
including Pope Urban VI, Pope Clement VII, and Pope Alexander V. Although the
Roman Catholic Church recognized Pope Urban VI as the official pope of that time, it
was his tyrannical and oppressive actions which had the most effect on bringing upon the
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