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  Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 8: Infamy-Lapparent | Christian Classics Ethereal Library
The pope informed Honorius, Emperor of the West, of these proceedings, whereupon the latter wrote three letters to his brother, the Eastern Emperor Arcadius, and besought Arcadius to summon the Eastern bishops to a synod at Thessalonica, before which the Patriarch Theophilus was to appear.
Innocent remained in correspondence with the exiled John; when, from his place of banishment the latter thanked him for his kind solicitude, the pope answered with another comforting letter, which the exiled bishop received only a short time before his death (407) (Epp.
Innocent informed Alexander of these proceedings, and as Alexander restored the name of John Chrysostom to the diptychs, the pope entered into communion with the Antiochene patriarch, and wrote him two letters, one in the name of a Roman synod of twenty Italian bishops, and one in his own name (Epp.
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  Bambooweb: Pope Innocent III
The pope made use of the weakness of Frederick II (who was four) to reassert papal power in Sicily, and acknowledged Frederick II as king only after the surrender of the privileges of the Four Chapters, which William I of Sicily had previously extorted from Pope Adrian IV.
Innocent called for the Fourth Crusade in 1198, directing the call towards the knights and nobles of Europe, rather than the kings (he preferred that neither Richard I of England and Philip II of France, who were still engaged in war, nor his German enemies, participate).
Innocent excommunicated the Venetians in return, and although he was not pleased with the means by which it was done, he accepted the end result of the temporary reunification of the Catholic and Orthodox churches after the Great Schism of 1054.
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 Pope Innocent II - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
September 24, 1143), was Pope from 1130-1143, and was probably one of the clergy in personal attendance on the antipope Clement III (Guibert of Ravenna).
In this capacity, he accompanied Pope Gelasius II when driven into France; and by Pope Callixtus II, he was appointed on various important missions, such as on that to Worms for concluding the peace accord with the emperor in 1122 (see Concordat of Worms), and on that to France in 1123.
Innocent died September 24, 1143 and was succeeded by Celestine II.
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 Pope Innocent XI   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
With the permission of the pope he resigned as Bishop of Novara in favour of his brother Giulio in 1656 and went to Rome, where he took a prominent part in the consultations of the various congregations of which he was a member.
It was due to Innocent's earnest and incessant exhortations that the German Estates and King John Sobieski of Poland in 1683 hastened to the relief of Vienna which was being besieged by the Turks.
Innocent XI was no less intent on preserving the purity of faith and morals among the clergy and the faithful.
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 Pope Innocent X - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Innocent X born Giovanni Battista Pamphili (May 6, 1574 – January 5, 1655) was Pope from 1644 to 1655.
Innocent confiscated their property, and on February 19, 1646, issued a bull ordaining that all cardinals who might leave the Papal States for six months without express papal permission, should be deprived of their benefices and eventually of their cardinalate itself.
Innocent objected to the conclusion of the Peace of Westphalia, against which his nuncio in his name vainly protested, and against which he issued the bull Zelo Domus Dei in November 1648, which was ignored by the European Powers.
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 POPE INNOCENT III FACTS AND INFORMATION   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
The pope made use of the weakness of Frederick II (who was four years old) to reassert papal power in Sicily, and acknowledged Frederick II as king only after the surrender of the privileges of the Four_Chapters, which William_I_of_Sicily had previously extorted from Pope_Adrian_IV.
Innocent III made clear to the German princes by the Decree ''Venerabilem'' in May, 1202, how he considered the relationship between the Empire and the Papacy (this decree was afterwards embodied in the ''Corpus_Juris_Canonici'').
The chief points of the decree were: the right to decide whether a king is worthy of the imperial crown belongs to the pope; in case of a double election the electors must ask the pope to arbitrate or pronounce in favour of one of the claimants.
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 Pope Innocent VII - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
For his services the king extorted various concessions from Innocent, among them the promise that he would not reach any accommodation with the rival pope in Avignon that would compromise Ladislas' claims to Naples, which had been challenged until very recently by Louis II of Anjou.
Innocent had made the great mistake of elevating his highly unsuitable nephew, Ludovico Migliorati— a colorful condottiere formerly in the pay of Giangaleazzo Visconti of Milan, most of whose violent career as a soldier of fortune lay ahead of him— to the cardinalate, an act of nepotism that cost him dearly.
Pope, court and cardinals, with the Migliorati faction, fled towards Viterbo.
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 Pope Innocent IV - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Finding his position in Rome insecure, Innocent secretly withdrew in the summer of 1244 to Genoa, and thence to Lyons, where he summoned a general council which met in 1245 and deposed Frederick.
The remainder of his life was largely directed to schemes for compassing the overthrow of Manfred, the natural son of Frederick II, whom the towns and the nobility had for the most part received as his father's successor.
It was on a sick bed at Naples that Innocent heard of Manfred's victory at Foggia, and the tidings are said to have precipitated his death on December 7, 1254.
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 Innocent III. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001-05
In Germany the dispute between Philip of Swabia and Otto IV was arbitrated by the pope in favor of Otto (1201).
Innocent set aside the two rival claimants and procured the election of Stephen Langton; King John, enraged at what he felt was unwarrantable interference by the pope and at the obduracy of the clergy in opposing the demands of the king, persecuted the church.
In Italy, Innocent reclaimed the Patrimony of St. Peter (see Papal States), the duchy of Spoleto, the March of Ancona, and the Ravenna district; he was recognized as temporal overlord by Tuscany, but northern Italian cities were unruly and maintained their independence throughout Innocent’s pontificate.
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 CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Pope Innocent XI
With the permission of the pope he resigned as Bishop of Novara in favour of his brother Giulio in 1656 and went to Rome, where he took a prominent part in the consultations of the various congregations of which he was a member.
To appease the pope, Louis XIV began to pose as a zealot of Catholicism.
Innocent XI was no less intent on preserving the purity of faith and morals among the clergy and the faithful.
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 POPE INNOCENT XI FACTS AND INFORMATION
Innocent annulled the four articles on April_11, 1682, and refused his approbation to all future episcopal candidates who had taken part in the assembly.
Innocent notified the new French ambassador, Marquis_de_Lavardin, that he would not be recognized as ambassador in Rome unless he renounced this right, but Louis XIV would not give it up.
The tension between the pope and the king of France was still increased by the pope's procedure in filling the vacant archiepiscopal see of Cologne.
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 Pope Innocent VI - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Innocent VI, né Stephen Aubert (1282 – September 12, 1362), pope at Avignon from 1352 to 1362, the successor of Clement VI, was a native of the diocese of Limoges, and, after having taught civil law at Toulouse, became bishop successively of Noyon and of Clermont.
On the death of Clement VI, after the cardinals had each bound themselves to a particular line of policy should he be elected, Aubert was chosen (December 18, 1352); one of the first acts of his pontificate was to declare the pact to have been illegal and null.
Innocent was a liberal patron of letters, and, if the extreme severity of his measures against the Fraticelli are ignored, he retains a high reputation for justice and mercy.
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 Patron Saints Index: Pope Innocent III
Innocent brought the doctrine that since the spirit take preeminence over the body, and since the Church rules the spirit and earthly monarchs rule the body, earthly monarchs must be subject to the pope.
Innocent was the virtual lord of Christian Spain, Scandinavia, Hungary, and the Latin East.
Innocent reclaimed the Patrimony of Saint Peter, the duchy of Spoleto, the Marches of Ancona, and the Ravenna district, and was recognized as overlord by Tuscany; northern Italian cities maintained their independence.
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 Pope Zosimus - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Patroclus gained the confidence of the new pope at once; as early as 22 March he received a papal letter which conferred upon him the rights of a metropolitan over all the bishops of the Gallic provinces of Viennensis and Narbonensis I and II.
The pope was won over by the shrewdly calculated conduct of Coelestius, and said that it was not certain whether the heretic had really maintained the false doctrine rejected by Innocent, and that therefore he considered the action of the African bishops against Coelestius too hasty.
Besides the writings of the pope already mentioned, there are extant other letters to the bishops of the Byzantine province in Africa, in regard to a deposed bishop, and to the bishops of Gaul and Spain in respect to Priscillianism and ordination to the different grades of the clergy.
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 Cultural Catholic - Pope Innocent XI
Pope Innocent XI was a man of piety, ability, and firmness and was deemed to be one of the greatest seventeenth century pontiffs.
Pope Innocent XI was strong in his dealings with King Louis XIV, but also prudent as The Sun Monarch was popular and would not sanction opposition from the pope.
Pope Innocent XI died on August 12, 1689 and was buried under the altar of San Sebastiano in Saint Peter’s Basilica.
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 Pope Innocent III - Uncyclopedia
Like most Popes, Innocent III was born from the union of an Immortal Holy Space Egg and a Sephiroth clone.
Innocent's gestation, however, was interrupted when some Arabs cut the womb out of the Sephiroth clone and sold the yet-unborn foetus to a man named Dave Davidson.
Pope Innocent III was killed when a bumbling time-travelling professor from the year 3446 accidentally ran over the pope in his Time Sphere.
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 March/April 1997 - Feature - "Pope Fiction"
Perhaps she was a "pro-choice Catholic" who hates the pope because his efforts to defend the sanctity of unborn life clash with her agenda to "Keep Abortion Legal." Maybe she's mad that he won't compromise Catholic teaching that the sacrament of holy orders is reserved to men.
None of the annals or acts of the popes that were written between the ninth and 13th centuries (and none after that, either) mention her.
The pope is the beast spoken of in Revelation 13.
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 Pope Innocent III   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Pope (1198-1216), who is generally considered the most capable and effective of the medieval popes.
Although not yet a priest, he was, at the age of 37, unanimously elected pope by the College of Cardinals on the day of his predecessor's death.
Innocent's most controversial ventures were the two Crusades that he declared.
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 Pope Innocent I Summary
In ecclesiastical matters Innocent took a strong stand with regard to the prerogatives of his see, which he viewed as the ultimate court of appeal in all important ecclesiastical cases, claiming Roman supremacy over church councils and church courts.
Innocent asserted that Decentius should not depart from the Roman norm—an understandable attitude, because Gubbio was a suffragan see—but went on to censure all other churches in the West (Spain, Gaul, Sicily, and Africa) for not following Roman usage.
Among Innocent I's letters is one to Jerome and another to John, bishop of Jerusalem, regarding annoyances to which the first-named had been subjected by the Pelagians at Bethlehem.
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 Pope Innocent XII   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Innocent XII''', né '''''Antonio Pignatelli'' (March 13, 1615 - September 27, 1700) pope from 1691 to 1700, was the successor of pope Alexander VIIIAlexander VIII.
After the conclave after the death of Alexander VIII had gone on for 5 months he was a compromise candidate between the cardinals of France and the Holy Roman Empire.
This benevolent, self-abnegating and pious pope died on September 27, 1700 and was succeeded by Pope Clement XIClement XI/
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 CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Pope Innocent III
Innocent's exposition of his theory concerning the relation between the papacy and the empire was accepted by many princes, as is apparent from the sudden increase of
The same legate was instructed by the pope to threaten Philip Augustus with interdict over the whole of France if within a month he would not be reconciled with his lawful wife, Ingeburga of Denmark, whom he had rejected and in whose stead he had taken Agnes, daughter of the Duke of Meran.
Pope Innocent learned that the Venetians had diverted the crusaders from their purpose of conquering the Holy Land he expressed his great dissatisfaction first at their conquest of Zara, and when they proceeded towards
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 Triumphs of Christianity
Pope Innocent I (21 Dec. 401–12 March 417), son of Pope Anastasius I (27 Nov. 399–19 Dec. 401) set up the Exarchate (Vicarate) of Thessalonike, to act 'in our stead', when the Prefecture of Illyricum was made part of the Eastern Emperor's administrative domain.
Pope Honorius I (625-638) formally anathematized as an heretic by the Sixth Ecumenical Council (Constantinople).
The anathema was ratified by Pope Leo II (17 August 682–3 July 683) in an official letter to the Emperor Constantine IV (668–685) on May 7, 683.
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 Late Middle Ages - Pope Innocent VI   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Innocent VI The cardinals were in full control of the papacy now.
They agreed also that the new pope could not depose any of them, that their number would be capped at sixteen, and that no property could be sold without their approval.
A score of petty lords were going their own way without regard or respect for the pope in far-off Avignon, and the income that should have been generated from those states was all but non-existent.
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 CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Pope Innocent I
The pope informed Honorius, Emperor of the West, of these proceedings, whereupon the latter wrote three letters to his brother, the Eastern Emperor Arcadius, and besought Arcadius to summon the Eastern bishops to a
Innocent remained in correspondence with the exiled John; when, from his place of banishment the latter thanked him for his kind solicitude, the pope answered with another comforting letter, which the exiled bishop received only a short
Innocent informed Alexander of these proceedings, and as Alexander restored the name of John Chrysostom to the diptychs, the pope entered into communion with the
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 Pope Innocent II   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Pope Innocent II Innocent II, pope from 1130-1143, whose family name was Paparesci, his own baptismal name being Gregory, was probably one of the clergy in personal attendance on the antipope Clement III[?] (Guibert of Ravenna).
By the Second Lateran council of 1139, at which Roger of Sicily, Innocent's most uncompromising foe, was excommunicated, peace was at last restored to the church.
Innocent died Sptember 23, 1143 and was succeeded by Celestine II.
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 Pope_Innocent_III   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
The pope made use of the weakness of Frederick II (who was four years old) to reassert papal power in Sicily, and acknowledged Frederick II as king only after the surrender of the privileges of the Four Chapters, which William I of Sicily had previously extorted from Pope Adrian IV.
Innocent changed his mind and declared in favour of Philip in 1207, and sent cardinals to Germany to induce Otto to renounce his claims to the throne.
Otto murdered Philip on June 21, 1208 and at the Diet of Frankfurt of November 11, 1208, Otto was acknowledged as king and the pope invited him to Rome to receive the imperial crown.
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 ST. INNOCENT I
Pope Innocent, still at Ravenna, must have been heartbroken.
Innocent began to hear complaints about a new heresy called Pelagianism and to receive decrees from councils in Jerusalem and Africa condemning it.
Pope Innocent wrote a stern rebuke to the Alexandrian meddler and denounced the intruded usurper.
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