Second Council of Constantinople

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the fifth ecumenical council in 553 which held Origen's writings to be heretic

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All of this was endorsed at the fifth Ecumenical Council (553), by which time however the anti-Chalcedonians had formally separated themselves from the episcopal hierarchy of the Imperial Church.
In the East the controversy was renewed in the sixth century, and Origenism was condemned by local synods in 543 and by the Fifth Ecumenical Council of Constantinople in 553.
It is not only a saint's life of considerable interest, but also a main historical source for the Fifth Ecumenical Council of 553-54 and the ecclesiastical politics of the capital from the end of the reign of Justinian (565) to that of Tiberius II (578-82).