Council of Vienne


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the council in 1311-1313 that dealt with alleged crimes of the Knights Templar, planned a new crusade, and took on the reformation of the clergy

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He moves easily from detailed examination of the texts, especially Olivi's commentary on the Apocalypse and Ubertino da Casale's discussion of the spiritual Franciscan position for the Council of Vienne, to description of events taking place in ecclesiastical circles within Italy and Southern France at the time.
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His insistence that theologians must know Arabic and Hebrew if they were to converse seriously with Muslims and Jews found official approval when the Council of Vienne (1311-12) established schools for the study of Arabic, Hebrew, Chaldee and probably Greek, at the universities of Paris, Oxford, Salamanca and Bologna and in the Roman court.
It is ungrateful to quibble over tangential issues in an otherwise fine essay, but the Templars were technically suppressed by Clement V and the Council of Vienne, not by Philip IV, and Malcolm Barber (whose earlier works Sarnowsky cites) has backed away from asserting that the downfall of the Templars was primarily brought about because of their wealth and power.
The Purpose of the consultation is to define the conditions under which the provider agrees to operate, and systematic preventive maintenance of heating, cooling, ventilation and plumbing of buildings of the General Council of Vienne in the technology Futuroscope
Chapter Two, "The Influence of the Seventeenth Century," explains how Catholic thinkers, influenced by Cartesian philosophy in combination with soon-to-be-obsolete biological theories such as "ovism" and "preformationism," rejected the hylomorphic position officially promulgated at the Council of Vienne in 1312, to embrace the ontological position that declared a fetus fully human at conception.
This contract for the supply and delivery of light vehicles to service the General Council of Vienne.
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