As we know, the Roman Catholic Church sort of dwarfs most other churches nowadays, but was it always so much bigger than the Orthodox Church? Or did it increase in size after the Great Schism? For example, around the time of the Great Schism, were there as many Christians on the west side as there were in the east? Which side had more bishops? I don't know if there's much historical data on this even but I figured I'd throw the question out there in case someone had a good estimate.