eh. francis of assisi was also branded an heretic at one point . . . .
Irrelevant. By that standard, the doors to canonization would be open to anyone.
Its not enough to say that Hus disagreed with Rome-you also need to look at his positive beliefs. Did he believe that Holy Communion was proper only
in both kinds? Do Orthodox really believe that Rome is "just" a human institution? There's a slippery slope here-pretty soon you get to the point where the episcopate and the Sacrement of Ordination are denied.
Obviously the Eastern Churches have long had some involvement in civil government.