I forbid you and your people from ever talking to mine again.
There is a mutual excommunication of the Eastern and the Western church. The final separation of these two churches was led by the leader of the Eastern church, the patriarch of Constantinople (Michael Circularizes), and the leader of the western church (Pope Leo IX).
I also prohibit the communications of our peoples.
After the excommunication, the rift between the two religions grew larger. Though at times there was a possible chance of reconciliation. It did not happen until . . . . . .
I believe that we should end this excommunication.
The excommunication ends, following the historic meeting between Pope Paul the VI and Patriarch Anaxagoras I. (Ended in 1964).