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C. E. Beneš

. Matthew chose the eighth, saying, whence he will come again to judge the living and the dead . James the son of Alphaeus chose the ninth, saying, I believe in the Holy Spirit . Simon chose the tenth, saying, and in the holy catholic church . Thaddeus chose the eleventh, saying, and in the communion of saints and the remission of sins . Matthias chose the twelfth, saying, and the resurrection of the body , and life everlasting

in Jacopo Da Varagine’s Chronicle of the city of Genoa
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E.A. Jones

Church of God; how to honour our Lord God most principal to his pleasure, and what person next in degree. Of this matter I will not greatly entreat because I showed my good godson Sir Thomas Halle, well and properly learned, desiring to keep in mind these 2 articles: the first is the due understanding of this article I believe in the holy Catholic church ; the 2nd, the 4th commandment, which is Honour your father and mother

in Hermits and anchorites in England, 1200–1550
Rachel Stone and Charles West

Preface <107> To the glorious lord kings, to our venerable fellow bishops and to all those placed in the bosom of the catholic Church, Hincmar, by name but not merit bishop of Rheims 1 and servant of the people of God, together with my lord colleagues and brothers, venerable bishops of the diocese of Rheims. 2 The

in The divorce of King Lothar and Queen Theutberga
I.S. Robinson

This chapter contains the text of Annals of Lampert, translated and annotated by I.S. Robinson.

in The Annals of Lampert of Hersfeld
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Graham A. Loud

all those observing these our conditions, amen. I Anacletus, Bishop of the Catholic Church I Matthew Eudoxie priest John, son of Peter Leone, Consul of the Romans 8 Roger his brother Peter son of Uguccio Cencius … … son of Guido Peter Leone of Fondi

in Roger II and the creation of the Kingdom of Sicily
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John H. Arnold and Peter Biller

( inquisitio heretice pravitatis – ‘inquisition into heretical wickedness’), which specific people were appointed to carry out in a particular place for a set period of time. In the late 1990s, Jim Given presented a study of inquisition as a form of early ‘state’ power and governance, and Christine Caldwell Ames has emphasised the religious foundations to inquisition and the extent to which it was entwined with wider aspects of the spiritual programmes of the mendicant orders. 13 In the 1990s the Catholic Church supplied another impetus: a

in Heresy and inquisition in France, 1200-1300
T. J. H. McCarthy

the path of the Lord, the catholic church unanimously seeks afresh the path of penance to the fount of its origin, to the earliest cradle of its institutions 308 and to the special house of true bread, 309 which once comprised its precious members who had not only been killed on the same path, but who had been exposed to every sort of mockery from the pagans, like sheep for the slaughter . 310 From these followers

in Chronicles of the Investiture Contest
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John H. Arnold and Peter Biller

in imagining them as past entities and organisations: the opposite of ‘reality effect’. In the case of southern France, there are three important textual survivals. The first is an early fourteenth-century manuscript in the Occitan vernacular (following a vernacular translation of the New Testament) that specifies the words and prayers to be uttered in Cathar rituals – a sort of equivalent of the orders of service contained in the Catholic Church’s liturgical books. An illuminated initial from it is reproduced on the cover

in Heresy and inquisition in France, 1200-1300
T. J. H. McCarthy

had a while before accepted [the power of] apostolic legation from the pope, by this authority he called together a great throng of the bishops and princes of that province for the good of Mother Church. There this eloquent man holding primacy in the many and varied regions north of the Alps finally moved all who profess obedience to the catholic church to defend the chief city of all Germany. 73 There also came the bishops of

in Chronicles of the Investiture Contest
T. J. H. McCarthy

reservoirs with the putrid fluids of the dead , whence there arose a pestilence that killed many of ours that fought under foreign skies . Among them the whole catholic church tearfully laments Godfrey , snatched away much too soon , who provided for the people of God with paternal zeal and cherished them with maternal tenderness . For only one year he led the people of God

in Chronicles of the Investiture Contest