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Eugenius IV, pope of Christian union.

by Joseph Gill

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Published by Newman Press in Westminster, Md .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Eugene IV, Pope, 1383-1447

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 213-217.

    SeriesThe Popes through history,, v.1
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBX1294 .G5
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxi, 226 p.
    Number of Pages226
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5828264M
    LC Control Number61016572
    OCLC/WorldCa697488

    Contrast with the Words of Vatican II Compare the above decree of Pope Eugenius IV to thContrast with the Words of false Vatican II Compare the above decree of Pope Eugenius IV to the raw heresy given in even many, of the most significant elements or endowments which together go to build up and give life to the Church herself can exist outside the visible . Eugenius IV: Pope of Christian Union. [The Popes through History, Volume 1]. Westminister, MD: The Newman Press, Mann, Jesse D. “The Devilish Pope: Eugenius IV as Lucifer in the Later Works of Juan de Segovia,” Church History 65 (),

    vii. war between the pope and the council. — viii. eugenius iv in florence and the union of the greek church. — ix. the german declaration of neutrality and the election of felix v. — x. eugenius iv. and felix v. book Price: $5.   In the first half of the fifteenth century, Rome and the papal court were caught between conflicting realities -- between the Middle Ages and the Renaissance, conciliarism and papalism, an image of a restored republic and a dream of a papal capital. Elizabeth McCahill explores the transformation of Rome's ancient legacy into a potent cultural myth.

    In , when some islanders in the Canary Islands were enslaved, an outraged Pope Eugenius IV issued the bull 'Sicut Dudum' which announced that anyone who owned, sold, or transported a slave was excommunicated. Pope after pope issued similar excommunications/5.   Out of two old buildings adapted by him to Christian worship, Felix made the church of SS. Cosimo and Damiano, near the Via Sacra. He died in September Felix V., the name taken by Amadeus (–), duke of Savoy, when he was elected pope in opposition to Eugenius IV. in Amadeus was born at Chambéry on the 4th of December


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Eugenius IV, Pope of Christian Union by Joseph Gill,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.3/5(1). Pope Eugene III (Latin: Eugenius III; c. – 8 July ), born Bernardo Pignatelli, called Bernardo da Pisa, was head of the Catholic Church and ruler of the Papal States from 15 February to his death in He was the first Cistercian to become pope.

In response to the fall of Edessa to the Muslims inEugene proclaimed the Second sor: Anastasius IV. Eugenius IV, also known as Eugene, original name Gabriele Condulmaro, (born c.

Venice [Italy]—died Feb. 23,Rome), pope from to Formerly an Augustinian monk, he was a cardinal when unanimously elected to succeed Martin pontificate was dominated by his struggle with the Council (–37) of Basel, which assembled to effect church reform.

The terms by which Frederick III promised to aid Eugenius IV were expressed in three bulls issued in February, The Pope granted Frederick the right to invest the six great hishopries of Trent, Brixen, Chur, Gurk, Trieste, and Piben. Frederick could nominate individuals with visitonal powers over the monasteries of by: 2.

The Council of Florence, as well as attempting to bring about Union with the Greek Orthodox, also aimed to unite with the Armenian Church. This document was published as the Bull Exsultate Domine by Pope Eugenius IV. This text went far beyond the list, in that it put forth a specific sacramental theology of matter and form, derived from.

In Fr. Gill published The Council of Florence the first full English history. This was followed in with Eugenius IV, Pope of Christian Union which was a sympathetic portrayal of the pope who presided over the council. Finally, inFr. Gill released a collection of historical essays entitled Personalities of the Council of.

Cosimo de'Medici banished from Florence by the Albizzi family: a public vote banishes him for 10 years The Albizzi family collapse after making war against Duke of Milan Pope Eugenius IV. Pope Eugenius IV, inissued the following decree: Pope Eugenius IV.

Circa AD "We decree and order that from now on, and for all time, Christians shall not eat or drink with Jews; nor admit them to feasts, nor cohabit with them, nor bathe with them. An ecclesiastical assembly noteworthy for its attempt to unite the Greek and Latin churches.

While the Council of Basle * was in session, the Greek Empire was under threat from the Turks. The emperor, John VIII Palaeologus, decided to propose to the pope, Eugenius IV, that the Greek and Latin churches unite and thereby offer effective resistance to the infidels.

Eugene I-IV, Popes.—Eugene I, Saint, was elected Augand d. at Rome, June 2, Because he would not submit to Byzantine dictation in the matter of Monothelism, St. Martin I was forcibly carried off from Rome (J ) and kept in exile till his death (September, ). With union restored (or so it seemed) between the churches of Rome and Constantinople, Pope Eugenius IV asked for a crusade against the Turks.

A crusading army, led by Hungary’s King Ladislaus, Albania’s Prince Scandenberg, and John Hunyadi, the “White Knight of Wallachia,” defeated the Turks at Nissa in Serbia.

Concluding his book Eugenius IV: Pope of Christian Union (), Joseph Gill, the distinguished historian of the Council of Florence, stated: Florence had declared that the pope, as successor of St.

Peter, is supreme head and authority among men in the Church on earth. Henceforth that is the official, defined doctrine. A successful defeat. Eugenius IV's Struggle with the Council of Basel for Ultimate Authority in the Church, /, M.

Decaluwe, Brepols Publishers,ISBN ; Joseph Gill, Eugenius IV, Pope of Christian Union (Westminster, Md., Predecessor: Martin V. The legation sent by Pope Eugenius IV to Constantinople in played a critical role in the long diplomatic efforts towards a reunification of the Latin and Greek Churches, and paved the way for the Council of Ferrara-Florence (–).

With some exceptions, such as the later Cardinal Nicholas Cusanus, the members of the delegation have not received wide. The status of Eugenius IV was directly affected by these con-sultations.

The meeting culminated in a unanimous endorsement of six articles,23 in which Pope Eugenius IV was recognized on a pro-visional basis provided that he publish a special bull endorsing con-ciliar supremacy. A new Council would evaluate the validity of his claims when it.

Pope Eugenius IV () was an austere and devout man whose pontificate was troubled by his bad relations with the Council of Basel and his opposition to the antipope Felix V.

During his pontificate, the ecclesiastical reform movement which had been begun in Bohemia by John Hus had turned into a major civil war, and the city of Rome itself. The Bull of Union with the Copts was promulgated by Pope Eugene IV at the Ecumenical Council of Florence on 4 February It was part of an attempt by the Roman Catholic Church to reunite with other Christian groups including the Coptic Church of Egypt.

The attempted union with the Copts failed. The Bull of Union with the Copts denounced Christians who continued to. The sacrosanct Roman Church, founded by the voice of our Lord and Savior, firmly believes, professes, and preaches one true God omnipotent, unchangeable, and eternal, Father, Son, and Holy Ghost; one in essence, three in persons; Father unborn, Son born of the Father, Holy Spirit proceeding from Father and Son; that the Father is not Son or Holy Spirit.

Free Online Library: Pope Eugenius IV and Jewish money-lending in Florence: the case of Salomone di Bonaventura during the Chancellorship of Leonardo Bruni. by "Renaissance Quarterly"; Humanities, general Literature, writing, book reviews Businessmen 15th century AD Jews Italy Medieval banking Religion and law.

Blessed Eugenius III, ; feast day July 8), pope from to Possibly a member of the family Paganelli di Montemagno, he was a disciple of St. Bernard of Clairvaux and a Cistercian abbot of the monastery of SS. Vincent and Anastasius when he was elected on .Pope Nicholas V.

At the death of Pope Eugenius IV, many thought the new pope would have been Cardinal Prospero Colonna, but the cardinals chose differently and elected the relatively young cardinal (aged 49) Tommaso Parentucelli, who was known for his diplomatic skills and for his wide cultural interests.On a visit to Rome aroundJean Fouquet caused a great sensation when he painted a portrait of Pope Eugenius IV on canvas rather than the more common wood support.

The momentous result of this sojourn, where he admired the work of the most innovative Italian artists of the s, was that Fouquet introduced concepts and techniques of Italian Renaissance art .