Jesus Christ was born and died in Palestine. Why did Christianity move to Vatican (Rome) and became the center of Christianity?
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- Christianity got established in both capitals of the Roman Empire.
- The two parts of the Roman Empire split.
- The people around the capital of the Eastern Empire became Orthodox, those around the capital of the Western Empire became what would be called Catholic later on.
- Constantinople "fell". That left Rome.