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Debitum, iv, De Bapt.), and the contrary propositions are condemned by Popes Pius V and Gregory XII, in proscribing the 31st and 33rd propositions of Baius.
Pope Eugene IV repeats this doctrine in the decree for the Armenians.
Pope Innocent I declares that the chrism is to be applied to the crown of the head, not to the forehead, for the latter is reserved to bishops.
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 Council of Basel - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Eugenius IV resolved to resist this supremacy; however he did not dare openly to repudiate a very widespread doctrine considered by many to be the actual foundation of the authority of the popes before the schism.
The result was that Palaeologus accepted the offers of the pope, who, by a bull dated 18 September 1437, again pronounced the dissolution of the council of Basel, and summoned the fathers to Ferrara, where on the 8 January 1438 he opened a new synod which he later transferred to Florence.
Eugene IV died on 23 February 1447, and the fathers of Lausanne, to save appearances, gave their support to his successor, Pope Nicholas V, who had already been governing the Church for two years.
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 Patron Saints Index: Pope Eugene IV
Eugene continued his life of simple, straightforward, monastic piety as pope, which served as an excellent example; his lack of concern over politics, nepotism, tactfulness, and the standard financial concerns of his predecessors served to disrupt relations with those in high office, civil and ecclesiastical.
On 18 December 1431, Eugene dissolved the Council of Basle.
In May 1434 some of Eugene's enemies stirred up a popular revolt against him in Rome, and the pope was forced to flee to Florence.
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OUNCIL OF All efforts to induce Eugene to recall his Bull of dissolution having failed, the council, on 29 April, formally summoned the pope and his cardinals to appear at Basle within three months, or to be punished for contumacy.
The pope recalled the Bull and acknowledged the council as œcumenical, 15 Dec., 1433.
Eugene exerted himself to the utmost in rousing the nations of Europe to resist the advances of the Turks.
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Eugene IV resolved to resist this supremacy; however he did not dare openly to repudiate a very widespread doctrine considered by many to be the actual foundation of the authority of the popes before the schism.
Eugene IV, however much he may have wished to keep on good terms with the fathers of Basel, found himself neither able nor willing to accept or observe all their decrees.
The result was that Palaeologus accepted the offers of the pope, who, by a bull dated 18 September 1437, again pronounced the dissolution of the council of Basel, and summoned the fathers to Ferrara, where on the 8th of January 1438 he opened a new synod which he later transferred to Florence.
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 Eugene IV on Encyclopedia.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Eugene at first opposed the council in its antipapal acts, but after he had been driven by rebellion from Rome into exile at Florence (1434) he was disposed to conciliate.
It declared Eugene deposed and elected Amadeus VIII of Savoy antipope (as Felix V).
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Amadeus had been in close relations with the schismatic council of Basle; and was elected pope, 30 October, 1439, by the electoral college of that council, including one cardinal (d'Allamand of Aries), eleven bishops, seven abbots, five theologians, and nine canonists.
Eugene IV had already excommunicated him, 23 March, at the council of Florence.
The rightful pope, Eugene IV, and his successor Nicolas V (1447), who were universally recognized from the first in Spain and Poland, found their claims even more widely admitted in France and Germany.
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 A History of the General Councils - AD 325 through AD 1870 - Mgr. Philip Hughes
And now, at the moment when Eugene IV was preparing a wholesale nullification of the council's antipapal decrees, he suddenly found himself a fugitive from his own state, a distinguished exile enjoying the hospitality of the Florentine republic.
Eugene praised the council for the good work it had done, and bade it continue with the reform of the papacy as well as of the rest of the Church.
Eugene IV is here described as God's earthly vicar, St. Peter's successor, "head and teacher of the universal church"[7] At the same time another Coptic dignitary presented himself, sent by the Abyssinian abbot Nicodemus, from Jerusalem.
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 17th Council, Council of Florence [Basel(Basle), Ferrara] (A.D. 1431-1445)
Council of Basle (1431), Eugene IV being pope, with 200 Bishops present and Sigismund Emperor of the Holy Roman Empire.
Pope Eugene IV confirmed this decree for Basel, and the first session was held on 14 December, 1431.
Believing it would become unruly, Eugene IV dissolved the council within four days, angering the Bishops at Basel, who began to reassert the heretical decrees at Constance that "a general council is superior to the Pope".
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 February 23, 1999 THE HISTORY OF THE MASS AND HOLY MOTHER CHURCH: (feb23his.htm)
Though Eugene was not a master diplomat, he was a highly religious and decent man. He sought his counsel through prayer and, after discernment, refused to adhere to the Council's strict and unwarranted ultimatum.
Eugene realized that though some of the battles had been lost, the war was not lost and with this spurring him on moved the Council from Basle to Ferrara, Italy.
Eugene was very familiar with this central region of Italy which was among the leaders in a new form of art called the Renaissance.
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 Pope Adrian IV   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
On his return Nicholas was received with great honour by Pope Anastasius IV, and on the death of the latter was elected pope on December 4, 1154.
The senate thereupon exiled Arnold, and the pope, with the co-operation of Frederick I Barbarossa, was instrumental in procuring his execution.
Barbarossa was infuriated by the suggestion that he was dependent on the pope, and in the storm which ensued the legates were glad to escape with their lives, and the incident at length closed with a letter from the pope, declaring that by beneficium he meant merely bonum factum or "a good deed," the coronation.
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 Pius II
Pope (1458—64), an Italian named Enea Silvio de’ Piccolomini (often in Latin, Aeneas Silvius), renamed Pienza after him, b.
He was an opponent of Pope Eugene IV and in 1439 became secretary to Antipope Felix V (Amadeus VIII of Savoy).
As pope, Pius issued (1460) a bull condemning as heretical the conciliar theory (the doctrine that ultimate authority in the church rested in the general council rather than the pope).
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The Popes and Slavery A new book shows that popes opposed slavery since the beginning and that they were ignored by bishops, clergy and lay people by Pat Bartos For 500 years, through pope after pope, the Church has set forth a consistent, clear and unwavering denunciation of slavery.
From Pope Eugene IV in 1435 protesting the capturing for slavery of natives of the Canary Islands, through Leo XIII urging Brazilian bishops to work for the abolition of slavery, popes have stood together, reinforcing the condemnations issued by their predecessors.
Joseph's Seminary, writes of the popes: "It is to the glory of these men that they recognized the evil of slavery and did not hesitate to cry out against it when so much of the Christian world was deaf and dumb." Yet, he adds, the book also points to the limitations of the papacy.
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From 1152-1154, Pope Eugene III entrusted him with the task of reforming the Church in Scandinavia.
Reigned as Pope Eugene IV Born to a noble family in Venice in 1388, this future pope was the nephew of Pope Gregory XII and cut an impressive figure.
Eugene needed to judge wises and govern the Church well if he was to restore unity and bring about reform.
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 The Ecumenical Councils of the Roman Catholic Church
The remaining tasks begun by Pope Pius IV were continued by his successor, Pope St. Pius V (1566 - 1572): reforming of the Missal and Brieviary, writing of the Catechism based on the decrees of Trent, appointing a commission to issue a more exact edition of the Vulgate, and the reforming of morals.
ACTION: Called by Pope John XXIII and ratified by Pope Paul VI, the Second Vatican Council was a Pastoral Council (not dogmatic) with 16 documents emphasizing ecumenism understood as religious fellowship, rather than emphasizing Catholic missionary enterprise for the conversion to the Faith.
In 1960 Pope John XXIII declined to reveal the third secret of Fatima, which message was due that year, declaring it did not bear on his pontificate.
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 The (Iglesia Ni Cristo/Church of Christ) Doctrines
Pope Honorious I, after his death, was denounced as a heretic by the Sixth Council in the year 680.
Pope Sixtus V had a version of the Bible prepared which he declared to be authentic.
Pope Eugene IV (1431-1447) condemned Joan of Arc to be burned at the stake as a witch.
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Her brother the Pope saw to it that Pietro had the best teachers, once he embraced the ecclesiastical state.
Indeed, no pope could in justice ratify such a document, for it unduly exalted the power of the cardinals.
The Pope himself loved to stand at the window of his palace and watch the merrymaking.
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 Paradox Interactive Forums - The Sort-Of History of Austria, Volume II
Eugene rushed to the window and spat a tremendous volume of tobacco and saliva out of his mouth and onto the wall of a neighboring building.
Eugene jumped up so quickly that his hat was shortened by about a foot—and even at that it was still so tall he had to duck through doorways.
Pope Eugene IV sat on his throne, studying a drawing of a monkey from the south lands.
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 | New Advent | Catholic Encyclopedia | Church Fathers | Summa Theologica |   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
For in the first place, as is evident from John, iii and iv, Christ certainly conferred baptism, at least by the hands of His Disciples, before His passion.
That this was an essentially different rite from John the Precursor's baptism seems plain, because the baptism of Christ is always preferred to that of John, and the latter himself states the reason: "I baptize with water.
Pope Nicholas replies that the baptism is to be held valid "if they.were baptized, in the name of the supreme and undivided Trinity".
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 History of the Franciscan Movement (6)
Pope Martin V summoned a "capitulum generalissimum" in Assisi in 1430.
In 1431 the hermitage of La Verna joined the Regular Observance and in 1434 Eugene IV declared the Observants as the sole custodians of the Holy Land.
In 1439, during the exile of Eugene IV, an antipope was elected, Felix V, who was supported by the German provinces, who in turn elected Matthias Döring as their Minister General.
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 New Catholic Dictionary: Pope Eugene IV; Gabriello Condulmaro; Gabriello Condulmerio   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
As pope, hatred of nepotism brought him in conflict with the Colonna family.
The prelates refused, insisted that a council was superior to the pope, and ordered him to appear with the cardinals at its meetings.
On the eve of his death he signed the Frankfort Concordat, in respect to which he declared that it was not his intention to diminish the rights of the papacy.
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 The Catholic Church and Slavery   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
In 1435, six decades before Columbus sailed, Pope Eugene IV condemned the enslavement of the fl natives of the Canary Islands, and ordered their European masters to manumit the enslaved within 15 days, under pain of excommunication.
In 1537, Pope Paul III condemned the enslavement of West Indian and South American natives, and explicitly attributed that evil, "unheard of before now," to "the enemy of the human race," Satan.
Papal condemnations of slavery were repeated by Popes Gregory XIV (1591), Urban VIII (1639), Innocent XI (1686), Benedict XIV (1741), and Piux VII (1815).
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 March 23, 1999 THE HISTORY OF THE MASS AND HOLY MOTHER CHURCH: (mar23his.htm)
The nephew of Pope Eugene IV had been groomed to be Pope ever since Eugene had been elected in 1431 when Pietro Barbo was a young boy of 14.
Paul might have been able to offset this with the people and the humanists he had gathered within his inner circle in an effort to totally clean out the curia had it not been for other distractions such as the constant Muslim threat that his predecessors had failed in stemming.
So also was Louis XI of France who toyed with the Roman Pontiff and enjoyed watching the Pope squirm in begging that the French monarch remove the "liberties" claimed by the French Church which brought up all the old investiture mess from the past.
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 THE 21 ECUMENICAL COUNCILS (This Rock: June 1993)
The pope does not need to attend a council for it to be an ecumenical council.
Later these popes approved the decrees of the councils, thereby verifying that they were ecumenical councils.
Decisions: Confirmed the Concordat of Worms (1122), in which the Pope and Emperor sought to end the dispute over investiture (the attempt by the secular powers to assume authority in appointing bishops; this was a main source of Church/state friction during the Middle Ages).
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 Roman Catholic Church Opposition to Slavery: (441 AD - 873 - 1102 - 1462 - 1591 - 1686 - 1890's)
Pope Gregory XVI's 3 Dec 1839 In Supremo Apostolatus “condemned slavery and the slave trade and forbad all Catholics from propounding views contrary to this.” [Excerpt].
Pope Eugene IV condemned slavery in the Canary Islands in 1435 and ordered immediate manumission (within 15 days).
Popes Urban VIII (1639); Leo XIII (1888); and Gregory XVI denounced slavery, the latter "in a papal brief, In supremo (1839)."—Richard P. McBrien, Lives of the Popes: The Pontiffs from St. Peter to John Paul II (San Francisco: Harper, 1997), pp.
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 Franciscan Friars Third Order Regular - History
This donation and the foundation was confirmed by the Avignon Pope Benedict XIII in a Bull of February 26, 1396.
Pope Benedict directed the Archdeacon of Zamora to confirm the possession of the church and residence of the tertiary community.
Pope Eugene IV, on February 6, 1442 with the Bull Injunctum Nobis granted the definite approval to the entire Spanish Congregation of the Third Order Regular and authorized the friars in the dioceses of Castille and Leon to hold a chapter every three years for the election of a Visitator General.
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 Harald IV --¬† Encyclop√¶dia Britannica
His conflict with Pope Gregory VII over which of them could appoint high clergy was not resolved until 1122 at the Concordat of Worms, during the reign of Henry's son, Henry V. Casimir IV
As grand duke of Lithuania from 1440 to 1492 and king of Poland from 1447 to 1492, Casimir IV was neither a man of great ambition nor a great warrior.
Pope Gregory VII's 11th-century removal of Henry IV from the throne of Germany, one of the episodes of the Investiture Controversy.
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