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II. Council. In the winter of 391 392 a synod met at Capua of which the acts have not survived. The assembly, which seems to have aroused some interest, to the point of being called plenaria by the Excerpta of the Registrum ecclesiae Cartaginensis can. 48: Mansi, 3,738; CCL 149,187, addressed and failed to provide real solutions to two questions: the Melitian schism that still divided the church of Antioch, and the doctrine on Mary’s virginity of Bonosus of Serdica d. ca. 390. Portland Subway Map It also reiterated the traditional condemnation of the repetition of baptism and ordinations, and the prohibition of the transfer of bishops. The council was convoked by Siricius, who did not participate; Ambrose of Milan played a large part in its preparation and decisions. The Antiochene schism. The Antiochene schism after the death of Paulinus d. 388, adversary first of Meletius and then of Flavian of Antioch, was perpetuated with the episcopal consecration of Evagrius, done in opposition to the canons since the elect was consecrated without the agreement of other prelates of the ecclesiastical region and because he was directly designated by his predecessor. His opponent, Flavian, favored by neither Rome nor Alexandria, was elected during the Council of Constantinople of 381. Prior to that, Ambrose and the Council of Aquileia 381 had proposed that the Eastern bishops meet to discuss the question and had advanced the proposal that, upon the death of one of the two contenders, the other would remain the only legitimate bishop. The Eastern bishops declined the invitation and responded by dryly inviting their colleagues to accept the decisions of Constantinople.

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