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The collapse of the Roman Empire most likely helped empower the Catholic Church because? A. many Europeans yearned for a strong force to unite them B. Christian warrior kings became powerful after the empire collapsed. C. The Roman Empire had tried to weaken the Catholic Church. D. the pope could only seize control after the Roman emperor was gone.

Ross Pratt

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Jessie Thompson on January 23, 2019

the collapse of the Roman Empire, the more likely it is that help to empower the Catholic Church because: A. many Europeans longed for a force to join themAt that time, the presence of the roman empire meant that the European citizens living in its territory was protected from invasion way to outsiders. After the roman empire collapsed, the barbarians and other empire began to target the area previously protected by the roman empire. So many of these people see the catholic church as a force that can unite them.

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