Okay, I know the Church is far better than the Library of Congress and it’s fallible organization, but, for the sake of the argument, assume that LOC is correct. Look at the section BX. It’s organized by timeline, and then alphabetical within. So it puts Orthodox Eastern Church before Catholicism in a timeline. Why would that be so, from a historical standpoint?
Any clarification would be cool I had always thought Catholicism was the one that was traced back all the way to the beginning, and Eastern Orthodox came after the split. Thanks!