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  Pope Innocent VII - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Thus Innocent VII was laid under embarrassing obligations, from which he freed himself at the earliest possible moment.
Innocent VII 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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Innocent IX, Pope - aka Gian Antonio Facchinetti, (1519-1591)
Innocent XI, Pope - aka Benedetto Odescalchi, (1676-1689)
Innocent XII, Pope - aka Antonio Pignatelli, (1691-1700)
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 Patron Saints Index: Pope Innocent VII
Pope, elected unanimously during the Great Schism; Benedict XIII sat as rival pope at Avignon.
Due to the unsettled state of affairs in Rome, and Innocent's distruct of Benedict, the new pope accomplished little toward repairing the schism.
Innocent made his nephew Ludovico Migliorati a cardinal; Ludovico promptly had some of the pope's opponents murdered.
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 ipedia.com: Pope Innocent VIII Article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Innocent VIII, né Giovanni Battista Cibo, pope from 1484 to 1492, was born at Genoa, and was the son of a man of senatorial rank.
Innocent VIII, né Giovanni Battista Cibo (1432 – July 25, 1492), pope from 1484 to 1492, was born at Genoa, and was the son of a man of senatorial rank.
Innocent, in his papal bull "Summis desiderantes" (5 December 1484) instigated very severe measures against magicians and witches in Germany; the principles enunciated by him were afterwards embodied in the Malleus Maleficarum (1487).
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 Pope Innocent VII - Catholic Encyclopedia - Catholic Online
The people were highly incensed at this cruel deed, and the pope had to flee for his life, although he was in no way responsible for his nephew's crime.
In the midst of these political disturbances Innocent neglected what was then most essential for the well-being of the Church, the suppression of the schism.
The reasons why Innocent did practically nothing for the suppression of the schism were: the troubled state of affairs in Rome, his mistrust in the sincerity of Benedict XIII, and the hostile attitude of King Ladislaus of Naples.
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 Encyclopedia: Pope Innocent VII
The Pope (from Greek: pappas, father; from Latin: papa, Papa, father) is the successor of St....
Urban VI, né Bartolomeo Prignano (1318 – October 15, 1389), pope (1378 to 1389), was a native of Naples.
Innocent had made the great mistake of elevating his unworthy nephew, Ludovico Migliorati, to the cardinalate.
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 Pope Innocent X   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Innocent X né Giovanni Battista Pamphili (May 6 1574 - January 5 1655) Pope from 1644 to 1655 was born in Rome in 1574 attained the dignity of cardinal in 1629.
Innocent confiscated their property and February 19 1646 issued a Bull ordaining all cardinals who might leave the Papal States for six months without express papal should be deprived of their benefices and of their cardinalate itself.
Innocent X died January 5 1655 and was succeeded by Alexander VII.
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 January 26, 1999 THE HISTORY OF THE MASS AND HOLY MOTHER CHURCH: (jan26his.htm)
Though Innocent had agreed in conclave with the rest that whoever was elected would do all in their power to end the Great Schism of the West, for some reason he delayed the meeting with Benedict XIII who had landed at Genoa waiting to be safely conducted to Rome.
Though Innocent had a reputation for being a man of stern morals and and austere lifestyle as well as his legal expertise as a papal jurist, his political savvy was on the low rung of the ladder.
Innocent again was painted into a corner and thus issued the interdict before Ladislaus had withdrawn his forces from the papal property.
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 The Prophecies of Malachy
This pope was a native of Milan and a nephew of Urban III.
Pope Nicholas IV had entered the Franciscan order at an early age and was sent in 1272 as a delegate to Constantinople to invite the participation of the Greeks in the Second Council of Lyons.
This pope was born in 1740 and his elevation to the Papacy was foretold, as Pius VII himself later related, by his mother, who in 1763 had entered the convent of Carmelites.
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 Pope Innocent VII - Wikipedia
Innocent VII, Cosimo de Migliorati, pope from 1404 to 1406, was a native of Solmona in the Abruzzi, and early distinguished himself by his learning both in civil and canon law.
By Urban VI he was called to the papal court, and entrusted with various responsible offices, being finally promoted to the archbishopric of Ravenna, and afterwards to the bishopric of Bologna.
These troubles furnished him with a pretext, of which he was not unwilling to avail himself, for postponing hte meeting of a general council which was urged by Charles of France, the university of Paris, Rupert of Germany, and John of Castile, as the only means of healing the schism which had prevailed do long.
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 Pope Innocent VII - The Catholic Wiki Project
Previous to his election, Innocent VII, like the other cardinals, had taken the oath to leave nothing undone, if needs be even to lay down the tiara, in order to terminate the schism.
Innocent had made the great mistake of elevating his unworthy nephew, Ludovico Migliorati, to the cardinalate.
The cardinal, angered because the Romans rebelled against his uncle, waylaid a few of the most influential among them on their return from a conference with the pope, and had them brought to his house in order to murder them.
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 New Catholic Dictionary: Innocent VII, Pope   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Cardinal-priest Elected 218th pope during the Great Schism, with Benedict XIII as rival pope at Avignon.
Despite his good will, he did practically nothing for the suppression of the schism, owing to the troubled state of affairs in Rome, his distrust of the sincerity of Benedict XIII, and the hostile attitude of Ladislas of Naples.
Although the pope was in no way responsible, he was obliged to flee to Viterbo, from whence he was soon recalled by the people of Rome.
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 Pope Innocent VII
Innocent VII, given name Cosimo dei Migliorati, Roman Catholic Pope from the 17th of October 1404 to the 6th of November 1406, was born of middle-class parentage at Sulmona in the Abruzzi in 1339.
He was unanimously chosen to succeed Boniface, after each of the cardinals had solemnly bound himself to employ all lawful means for the restoration of the church's unity in the event of his election, and even, if necessary, to resign the papal dignity.
Innocent was extolled by contemporaries as a lover of peace and honesty, but he was without energy, guilty of nepotism, and showed no favor to the proposal that he as well as the antipope should resign.
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 Innocent VII --  Encyclopædia Britannica
Appointed archbishop of Ravenna (1387) by Pope Urban VI and, in 1389, bishop of Bologna, he was made cardinal by Pope Boniface IX, whom he succeeded on Oct. 17, 1404.
Innocent's election was opposed at Rome, where it caused considerable strife, and at Avignon, Fr., where the Western Schism (1378–1417) was perpetuated by the rival election of Antipope Benedict…
The office of the pope is based on passages in the New Testament, especially certain pivotal sentences in Matthew 16.
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 Late Middle Ages - Pope Innocent VII   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
This act infuriated the Romans and Innocent had to flee the city in fear of his life.
Short as it was, Innocent's pontificate is a good illustration of why the Schism went on for so long.
The problem was not merely that two men each wished to be pope, nor even that there were two factions of cardinals in rivalry with one another.
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 Keeping Catholics Catholic Page XXV-The Timeline-The FOURTEENTH Century 1389-1400   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Pope Urban VI extends the Feast of the Visitation to the whole Church.
The Popes felt powerless to insist on reform or to fight against the encroachments of the state.
Anti-Pope Clement VII sent Geoffrey De Charny a letter permitting the continuance of the exposition of the Holy Shroud, with one catch, Geoffrey was to state the cloth was a Figure of Representation.
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Pope John Paul made donations to help the people of Haiti and the Dominican Republic after the island was battered by floods in June.
Pope Benedict presided over the preconclave meetings of cardinals in Rome, set agendas for discussion and action, and was responsible for a number of procedural decisions during the conclave.
Pope Benedict XV, born Giacomo della Chiesa in 1854, was the son of Italian nobility whose mother was related to Pope Innocent VII (1404-06).
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Pope Clement VII (1478-1534): Papal Bulla, c.1530, Sorry this item is sold.
Pope Innocent X (Anno VII): Peace of Westphalia, 1651, Sorry this item is sold.
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 The Cardinals of the Holy Roman Church - Conclaves by century
The Council of Basel (1431-1449) deposed Pope Eugenius IV and, in an irregular election, chose Amadeus VIII, duke of Savoy, to replace him.
At the time of the death of Pope Paul II there were twenty-five living cardinals and eighteen of them participated in the conclave.
At the time of the death of Pope Innocent VIII there were twenty-seven living cardinals.
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 INNOCENT VII   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
The man they chose was the able and pious Cosimo de' Migliorati, who took the name Innocent VII.
He called a council to discuss ways and means to the desired end; but before the council could meet, Rome was in an uproar.
Disturbed as was his pontificate, Innocent VII had great plans for restoring the University of Rome.
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When I heard that Cardinal Bernard Law was given the honor to celebrate the Mass for Pope John Paul II at the Vatican over those who protested his handling of the church sex abuse while he was archbishop of Boston, it seemed obvious to me that Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger would be elected the new pope.
One, I venture, that would be most cathartic for victims and would go a long way to healing their deep wounds -- this public acknowledgement of blame by those who harmed and violated them in the most profound way.
Same cannot be said of president Bush and the rabid evangelical right who is injecting itself into our government and foisting their belief system onto everyone else in America in an inflammatory and dangerous way in their grab for every branch of government.
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 Under Pope Innocent II - 1139
In Lent of 1139 a general council was summoned by Pope Innocent II and held in the Lateran basilica {1}.
This was due to the death of Anacletus in 1138 and the efforts of Bernard of Clairvaux, who had fought with the utmost zeal on behalf of Innocent for the restoration of unity.
But Innocent, perhaps upset by the agreements which Anacletus had arrived at, vigorously cited and condemned Anacletus' part in the evil affair {2}, an action which seems to have provoked a complaint from Bernard.
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 Ladislas --  Britannica Concise Encyclopedia - Your gateway to all Britannica has to offer!   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
When Boniface IX died in 1404, Ladislas supported the new pope, Innocent VII, against the antipope Benedict XIII, who was an ally of Louis.
After Ladislas occupied Rome, Innocent proclaimed him protector of the church as well as governor of the Campagna and the Marittima.
An impending accord between Pope John and Sigismund, newly elected German king and claimant to the Hungarian throne, however, led Ladislas to occupy and sack Rome (June 1413).
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 February 2, 1999 DAILY CATHOLIC TEXT Section One (feb2dc1.htm)
The beginning of the fifteenth century was truly a time of anarchy and whatever prestige the Popes had gained after their return from Avigon Exile was waning fast.
It was Pope Sergius I who first introduced the procession into the liturgy, yet it wasn't until the 1200's when it was truly celebrated universally.
On this date in 1983, Pope John Paul II held his second Consistory, bestowing the Cardinalate on thirteen bishops, most notable was Cardinal Franjo Kuharic of Croatia, the Columbian prelate Cardinal Alfonso Lopez Trujillo and Cardinal Carlo Martini, Archbishop of Milan and the modernists' darling who they tout for the next Pope.
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 CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Pope Innocent VII
time of the Western Schism; the rival pope was Benedict XIII (1394-1423).
election, Innocent VII, like the other cardinals, had taken the oath to leave nothing undone, if needs be even to lay down the tiara, in order to terminate the schism.
Colonna was still occupying the Castle of Sant' Angelo and made frequent sorties upon Rome and the neighbouring territory.
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 Jihad Unspun - News Archive   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
It was Pope Innocent II in 1139 that gave the clear decree in prohibiting clerical marriages.
However, priests and popes continued to have illicit relationships and fathered illegitimate children, Pope Innocent VII, Alexander VI, Julius and Pius IV are just a few examples.
The glowing worm signifies the enormous amount of wealth accumulated by the Pope who is surrounded by corruption, symbolized by the cowpat.
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