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Pope John XXII and his Franciscan cardinal

Patrick Nold

Pope John XXII and his Franciscan cardinal

Bertrand de la Tour and the apostolic poverty controversy

by Patrick Nold

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Published by Clarendon Press, Oxford University Press in Oxford, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Bertrando, -- di La Tour, -- d. 1332?,
  • John -- XXII, -- Pope, -- d. 1334.,
  • Franciscans -- History.,
  • Poverty -- Religious aspects -- Catholic Church -- History of doctrines -- Middle Ages, 600-1500.,
  • Poverty, Vow of -- History of doctrines -- Middle Ages, 600-1500.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementPatrick Nold.
    SeriesOxford historical monographs
    The Physical Object
    Paginationix, 212 p. ;
    Number of Pages212
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18839036M
    ISBN 100199268754
    LC Control Number2003064929


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The debate over the poverty of Christ and his apostles under Pope John XXII () is one of the most famous intellectual controversies of the Middle Ages. The story of the uncompromising pope on collision course with a united Franciscan Order has often been told, most memorably by Umberto Eco in The Name of the Rose.

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Free shipping for many products. The debate over the poverty of Christ and his apostles under Pope John XXII () is one of the most famous intellectual controversies of the Middle Ages. The story of the uncompromising pope on collision course with a united Franciscan Order has often been told, most memorably by Umberto Eco in The Name of the Rose.

In this book, the author sets out to investigate the. John XXII, original name Jacques Duèse, or D’euze, (born, Cahors, Fr.—died Dec.

4,Avignon), second Avignon pope (reigned –34), who centralized church administration, condemned the Spiritual Franciscans, expanded papal control over the appointment of bishops, and, against Emperor Louis IV, upheld papal authority over imperial elections.

During the 's a dramatic confrontation took place between Pope John XXII and leaders of the Franciscan order. Inshortly after supporting those leaders in their struggle with the spiritual Franciscans, John traumatized them by reopening the question of whether Christ and his disciples had possessions, a matter inseparable from the question of.

The principal characters in the book are Pope John XXII and a Franciscan cardinal, Bertrand de la Tour, who wrote two important tracts on the meaning of apostolic poverty.

Nold edits one of them as an appendix and relies on Felice Tocco's edition () for the : Kenneth Pennington. The debate over the poverty of Christ and his apostles under Pope John XXII () is one of the most famous intellectual controversies of the Middle Ages.

The story of the uncompromising pope on collision course with a united Franciscan Order has often been told, most memorably by Umberto Eco in The Name of the Rose. Pope John XXII heard it and handled it, after wide consultation.

He brought the question to resolution under the wise guidance of a Franciscan, Cardinal Bertrand de la Tour. de la Tour emerges as the hero of Nold’s tale. The story of the disagreement about the poverty of Jesus Christ and his apostles ends with Cum inter nonnullos in Pope John XXII and his Franciscan cardinal book this from a library.

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The story of the uncompromising pope. Pope John XXII and His Franciscan Cardinal: Bertrand de la Tour and the Apostolic Poverty Controversy. By Patrick Nold Oxford University Press, The debate over the poverty of Christ and his apostles under Pope John XXII () is one of the most famous intellectual controversies of the Middle Ages.

Download Citation | Pope John XXII and his Franciscan Cardinal: Bertrand de la Tour and the Apostolic Poverty Controversy | The debate over the poverty of. Named a cardinal and appointed patriarch of Venice inhe was finally a residential bishop. A month short of entering his 78th year, Cardinal Roncalli was elected pope, taking the name John after his father and the two patrons of Rome’s cathedral, St.

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In Brief: The Facts on Pope John XXII At a time when countless supposed “traditional Catholics” don’t think twice about accusing an unquestionably true Pope of the past of teaching heresy or at least grave doctrinal error, it behooves us to remind everyone that instead of simply believing whatever you see posted on a blog somewhere, the.

This chapter begins by examining the figure apparently caught in the middle of such conflict: the Franciscan Cardinal, Bertrand de la Tour. It focuses on investigating Pope John XXII's personal background. It assesses John's education and whether he had any theological training.

It also presents evidence on the reaction of Pope John XXII to the Chapter General. Pope John XXII ( – 4 December ), born Jacques Duèze (or d'Euse), was pope from 7 August until his death. He was the second Pope of the Avignon Papacy (–), elected by a conclave in Lyon assembled by King Philip V of his predecessor, Clement V, he centralized power and income in the Papacy and lived a princely life in Avignon.

Pope John XXIII (Latin: Ioannes; Italian: Giovanni; born Angelo Giuseppe Roncalli, Italian pronunciation: [ˈandʒelo dʒuˈzɛppe roŋˈkalli]; 25 November – 3 June ) was head of the Catholic Church and sovereign of the Vatican City State from 28 October to his death in ; he was canonized on 27 April Angelo Giuseppe Roncalli was one of thirteen Predecessor: Pius XII.

“Cardinal” Joseph Ratzinger (Benedict XVI), Dogmatic Theology,p. “The scandal [of John XXII] was exploited for political ends in the accusation of heresy brought by the pope’s Franciscan opponents [the Spirituals] in the circle of William of Ockham at the court of the emperor Louis of Bavaria.”.

After his coronation Philip V of France was finally able to assemble a conclave of twenty-three cardinals in the Dominican monastery at Lyons on Jand on August 7, Jacques, Cardinal-Bishop of Porto, was chosen pope.

After his coronation at Lyons on September 5 as John XXII, the pope set out for Avignon, where he fixed his residence. He is the author of Pope John XXII and his Franciscan Cardinal: Bertrand de la Tour and the Apostolic Poverty Controversy (Oxford, ).

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Pope John XXII (Latin: Ioannes XXII; [citation needed] – 4 December ), born Jacques Duèze (or d'Euse), was Pope from 7 August to his death in He was the second Avignon Pope, elected by a conclave in Lyon assembled by King Louis X's brother Philip, the Count of Poitiers, later King Philip V of his predecessor, Clement V, he centralized Predecessor: Clement V.

Pope John XXII's Annotations on the Franciscan Rule: Content and Contexts1 3 Patrick Nold, Pope John XXII and his Franciscan Cardinal: Bertrand de la Tour stitutions of the Franciscan Order (fo.

18vv), a book of statutes of the Cistercian Order (fo. 31vv), the Rule of St. Benedict (fo. 56vr), the. Pope John XXII Abstract Throughout his pontificate, John XXII exhibited a marked concern over matters of sorcery, divination, and demonic invocation.

The pope feared magical assaults and assassination attempts on his own person, and he used charges of heresy, sorcery, and idolatry as political weapons against his enemies.

He also promoted theAuthor: Michael D. Bailey. On 12 AprilPope John canonized the first saint of his pontificate, a son of St.

Francis of Assisi, a poor shepherd of the Pontine Marshes who innately knew Saint John XXIII, Secular Franciscan by André Cirino OFM 1 Pope John XXIII referred to himself as a Tertiary or Tertiary Franciscan.

I used the more recognizable name today becauseFile Size: 83KB. Pope John XXII and his Franciscan Cardinal: Bertrand de la Tour and the Apostolic Poverty Controversy (Oxford, ). Sibilio, Vito (). "Giovanni XXII e il Mezzogiorno. Testimonianze di vita ecclesiastica dai suoi Registri ()".

Rivista di storia della Chiesa in Italia. 56 (2): – JSTOR (Registration required (help)). Pope John XII can also refer to Pope John XII of Alexandria. Pope John XII (Latin: Ioannes XII; c. / – 14 May ), born Octavian, was the bishop of Rome and ruler of the Papal States from 16 December to his death in He was related to the counts of Tusculum, a powerful Roman family which had dominated papal politics for over half a essor: Agapetus II.

After his coronation Philip V of France was finally able to assemble a conclave of twenty-three cardinals in the Dominican monastery at Lyons on 26 June,and on 7 August, Jacques, Cardinal-Bishop of Porto, was chosen pope. After his coronation at Lyons on 5 September as John XXII, the pope set out for Avignon, where he fixed his residence.

Pope John XXII and His Franciscan Cardinal: Bertrand de la Tour and the Apostolic Poverty Controversy. By Patrick Nold. (New York: Clarendon Press/Oxford University Press. xii, ) During the 's a dramatic confrontation took place between Pope John XXII and leaders of the Franciscan order.

John XXII, whose real name was Jacques Duèze, was elected to the papal throne in Lyons on August 7 thafter a sede vacante of two years following the death of Clement XV. He found himself faced with a turbulent period in Church history, between the ‘rock” of the French King, Philip the Fair and the ‘hard place’ of the Emperor, Louis IV the Bavarian, both.

After the recent canonization of Pope John XXII, it is interesting to see into the mind of a saint. This book helps you to hear the inner thoughts of a pope.

It starts with the early days in seminary and goes throughthe year of the Second Vatican Council/5. Sedevacantism The Vacancy of the Papal Throne since the Death of Pope Pius XII. The Chair of St. Peter in Vatican City (image: ).

On this page we present a slew of links to articles, blog posts, books, audios, and videos dealing with the subject matter of the Papacy, Sedevacantism, the false theological position known as “recognize-but-resist”, the Society of.

In his 27 years of papal ministry, John Paul II wrote 14 encyclicals and five books, canonized saints and beatified 1, people. In the last years of his life, he suffered from Parkinson’s disease and was forced to cut back on some of his activities. Pope Benedict XVI beatified John Paul II inand Pope Francis canonized him in Author: Franciscan Media.

My thesis offers an investigation into Pope John XXII's view of the Franciscan poverty ideal and his reasons for rejecting the doctrine of the absolute poverty of Christ in the bull Cum inter nonnullos (). After establishing the state of the question in the introduction, the first two chapters situate John XXII's discussion of Franciscan poverty in the context of his pontificate.

Pope John XXIII: The Good Pope is a short but accurate portrayal of one of our Greatest Popes. John XXIII was born into a family of poverty which makes it amazing that he became Pope.

It also explains his interests in issues of socail justice. Elected infollowing the death of Pope Pius XII, Cardinal Roncalli took the name of John XXII.4/5().

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–4 Dec. ) John Betjeman: A Bibliography. Pope Pius XII helped Hitler destroy German Catholic political opposition. John Cornwell reports on this new discovery. Long-buried Vatican files reveal a new and shocking indictment of World War Author: John Cornwell.

Nold, Patrick, “Pope John XXII’s Annotations on the Franciscan Rule: Content and Contexts,” Franciscan Studies 65 () Nold, Patrick. Pope John XXII and His Franciscan Cardinal: Bertrand de la Tour and the Apostolic Poverty Controversy (Oxford UP.

Cardinals Created by Pope John XXII (28). Clement V: John XXII: Nicholas V (Antipope) Consistory of (at the time of creation) (8): 1. Bishop Bernard de Castanet (76), Bishop of Le Puy-en-Velay (): Cardinal-Bishop.

Blessed John XXIII is one of my favourite Popes. He was a great, wise, and holy man. Although many may be suprised by this, John XXIII was traditional in his thinking and spirituality; he was not the liberal that some extremists try to say he was.