Church And Reform: Bishops, Theologians, And Canon Lawyers by Louis B Pascoe S J

By Louis B Pascoe S J

This paintings examines Pierre d'Ailly's (1351-1420) perspectives on bishops, theologians, and canon legal professionals, now not essentially of their conciliar context yet in the broader dimensions in their person prestige, workplace, and authority in the Church.These perspectives additionally spread, in various levels, in the apocalyptic context of his concept and bring about a decision for either pastoral and private reform, specifically for the episcopacy.This name, in addition, finds strongapostolic and evangelical impacts, particularly these of the Franciscans and the Brethren of the typical existence, and provides a particular size to the wide range of past due medieval reform ideologies which, whereas having a few impression on the Council of Constance, contributed seriously to the reform decrees of Trent.

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Derolez and P. Dronke can be found in CCCM, 91, 91A, 91B, and CCCM, 92 respectively. With regard to Hildegard’s letters to the Archbishops of Cologne and Trier, d’Ailly is not very specific. Hildegard had written several letters to each but d’Ailly does not refer to any specific letter. Those to the Archbishop of Cologne are indicated in Van Acker’s edition as letters XIVr, XVr, and XVII. Those to the Archbishop of Trier can be identified as XXVIr, XXVIIr, and church and reform: the apocalyptic context 19 While d’Ailly borrowed Hildegardian apocalyptic chronology to delineate the moral decline associated with the fourth period of the Church’s history, he carefully bypassed the more radical dimensions of her apocalyptic thought such as the disendowment of the Church and the birth of the Antichrist within the Church.

With regard to Hildegard’s letters to the Archbishops of Cologne and Trier, d’Ailly is not very specific. Hildegard had written several letters to each but d’Ailly does not refer to any specific letter. Those to the Archbishop of Cologne are indicated in Van Acker’s edition as letters XIVr, XVr, and XVII. Those to the Archbishop of Trier can be identified as XXVIr, XXVIIr, and church and reform: the apocalyptic context 19 While d’Ailly borrowed Hildegardian apocalyptic chronology to delineate the moral decline associated with the fourth period of the Church’s history, he carefully bypassed the more radical dimensions of her apocalyptic thought such as the disendowment of the Church and the birth of the Antichrist within the Church.

2:3 where Paul warns the Thessalonians not to be deceived as to the day of the coming of the Lord for it will not occur until a ‘dissension’ or ‘division’ has occurred within the Church and the ‘Man of Sin,’ or the ‘Son of Perdition’ has appeared. Clearly for d’Ailly that dissension or division became increasingly identified with the Schism. 42 While in his Sermon on St. Bernard d’Ailly clearly began to move away from his earlier negative stance with regard to knowledge of the arrival of the Antichrist, it is important to note that he strongly maintained 1896–1928), 4:730–733.

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