Pope Pelagius I writes to patrician John regarding the detrimental consequences of the schism within the Church (the so-called Three Chapters Controversy), especially concerning the recent election of a schismatic patriarch of Aquileia, urging the Byzantine official not to recognize their authority as they had not been canonically elected.
Pelagius I, pontifex Romanus
Pope Pelagius I writes to patrician Valerian, beseeching him to repress the schismatics and support the quest to restore union to the Church.
Pope Pelagius I writes to a patrician John on the detrimental effects of the schism in the Church (the so-called Three Chapters Controversy), singling out Bishop Euphrasius as a particularly depraved schismatic and advising the patrician to repress the schismatics in the province of Aquileia (that is, the region Venetia et Histria).
Pope Pelagius I writes to patrician Valerian, urging him to take action against the schismatic bishops in the ecclesiastical provinces of Milan and Aquileia and support the papal quest to bring back unity to the Church.
Pope Pelagius I writes to patrician Narses, beseeching him to take action against the schismatic bishops, namely the bishop of Fossombrone and the bishops of Liguria, Venetia and Istria.
Pope Pelagius I writes to Charles, the magister militum, regarding the Schism of the Three Chapters and the schismatic bishops.