Papal efforts for peace under Benedict XII, 1334-1342.
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Papal efforts for peace under Benedict XII, 1334-1342. by Helen Jenkins

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Published by Univ. of Penn. in Philadelphia .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Benedict -- XII, -- Pope, -- d. 1342,
  • Hundred Years" War, 1339-1453.

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Pagination88 p.
Number of Pages88
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15335221M

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Book Description: This book offers a unique overview on the career and work on Benedict XII, the third pope of Avignon. Benedict XII (ca. ) was a key figure of the Avignon papal court, renowned for rooting out heretics and distinguishing himself as a refined theologian. Pope Benedict XII (): the guardian of orthodoxy by Irene Bueno (); A vindication of the doctrine contained in Pope Benedict XII, his bull: and in the General Council of Florence, under Eugenius the III concerning the state of departed souls: in answer to a certain letter, printed and published against it, by an unknown author, under this title, A letter in answer to the late.   It should be a time, too, when the heroic efforts of Benedict find a true appreciation. [Terry Philpot is a British journalist, and author and editor of 19 books.] This story appeared in the July , print issue under the headline: ’s pope Benedict XV and the pursuit of peace.   When Joseph Ratzinger chose the Papal name Benedict XVI he consciously bought into a legacy that has stretched over nearly years. From Bonosus in to Bendict XV in the Benedictine legacy has been one of turmoil. Benedict XV is one of the least known Popes of the 20th century, but one of the most important. Elected in after the outbreak of the First World War he Reviews: 1.

Appealing for Peace To Our Venerable Brethren the Patriarchs, Primates, Archbishops, Bishops, and Other Local Ordinaries in Peace and Communion with the Apostolic See. Venerable Brethren, Greeting and Apostolic Benediction. 1. Raised by the inscrutable .   Edward III and the Beginnings of the Hundred Years War - Volume 2 - G. Templeman If this is the first time you use this feature, you will be asked to authorise Cambridge Core to connect with your account. Papal Efforts for Peace under Benedict XII, – (Philadephia, ); Renouard, Y., Cited by: 2.   Pope Benedict XII had launched a bull excommunicating those responsible for the crime. Photograph 3: Document of Register B. A. Germain also named a “set of important documents concerning the plan to liberate King Jean (II) of France by means of an incursion into England, a coordinated effort that was backed by King Waldemar (III) of.   Benedict XII, original name Jacques Fournier, (born, Saverdun, near Toulouse, France—died Ap , Avignon, Provence), pope from to ; he was the third pontiff to reign at Avignon, where he devoted himself to reform of the church and its religious the political sphere his efforts, influenced by King Philip VI of France, were generally unsuccessful.

Still, although unsuccessful, his diplomatic efforts during the war are attributed to an increase of papal prestige and served as a model in the 20th century to the peace efforts of Pius XII before and during World War II, the policies of Paul VI during the Vietnam War and the position of John Paul II before and during the War in Iraq. Papal efforts for peace under Benedict XII, by: Jenkins, Helen, Published: () Benoit XII () ; Lettres closes, patentes et curiales se rapportant à la France / Published: (). 3 G. Mollat, Les papes d'Avignon (6th ed., Paris, ); H. Jenkins, Papal Efforts for Peace under Benedict XII, (Philadephia, ); rd, 'Les papes et le conflit franco-anglais en Aquitaine de I a ', Me'langes d'Arche'ologie et d'Histoire, li (I). 4 A case in point is the American symposium, The English Government at. In Truth, Peace The First Lesson of Benedict XVI on Peace, War, and Terrorism POPE BENEDICT XVI In this traditional message for the World Day of Peace at the beginning of the new year, I offer cordial greetings and good wishes to men and women everywhere, especially those who are suffering as a result of violence and armed conflicts.