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 CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Jan Hus
In consequence the archbishop placed Prague and the vicinity under interdict, a measure which cost many of the loyal clergy their position and property.
In February 1411, sentence of excommunication was pronounced against him and published on 15 March in all the churches of Prague.
Both Hus and Jerome of Prague aroused the university and the populace against the papal commission which had been sent to announce the indulgences, and its members in consequence were treated with every sort of indignity.
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 Jerome, Saint - Hutchinson encyclopedia article about Jerome, Saint
From the 1880s to the 1920s, Jerome was a boom town that grew rich on copper mining, and acquired a reputation for lawlessness.
Jerome, Jerome K. Jerome, Jerome K. Jerome, Jerome Klapka
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 Jan Hus   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
of Prague) July 6, 1369, as commonly given; but the day is an inference from the fact that His followers honored His memory on July 6, the day of His death, and the year is probably too late; he was burned at the stake in Constance, July 6, 1415.
King Wenceslaus, who was on the point of assuming the reins of government, but whose plans were in no way furthered by Gregory XII, renounced the latter and ordered His prelates to observe a strict neutrality toward both popes, and he expected the same of the university.
In the mean time the clergy of Prague, through Michael de Causis, had brought their complaints before the pope, and he ordered the cardinal of St. Angelo to proceed against Hus without mercy.
jan-hus.iqnaut.net   (3702 words)

  
 May 30 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
May 30 is the 150th day of the year in the Gregorian calendar (151st in leap years).
1416 - The Roman Catholic Church burns Jerome of Prague following a trial for heresy.
1416 - Jerome of Prague, Czech theologian (executed) (b.
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