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Alison Forrestal

ordination, by which the bishop drew others towards perfection of faith and salvation: Joseph Lécuyer, ‘Les Etapes de l’enseignement thomiste sur l’épiscopat’, Revue Thomiste, 57 (1957), 29–52. See Victor Martin, Les Origines du gallicanisme (Paris 1939), for the medieval background to seventeenth-century disputes. Decrees of the Ecumenical Councils, ed. Norman P. Tanner, 2 vols (London and Georgetown 1990), i, pp. 409–10, 532–4, 595–6; Aimé-Georges Martimort, Le Gallicanisme de Bossuet (Paris 1953), p. 47; Walter Ullmann, Medieval Political Thought (Harmondsworth 1975

in Fathers, pastors and kings