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Adorned with the image of San Nicolas de Tolentino who was introduced by the Catholic Augustinian order as a baker's saint, the age-old baked product began as a culinary legacy of Spanish colonialism from 1521 to 1898, Born in Italy's Pontano, de Tolentino (also known as Nicholas Gurruti, 1246-1305), was canonised by Augustinian Pope Eugene IV in 1446.
It was the first meeting of a pope and ecumenical patriarch since 1437, when Patriarch Joseph II was forced to kiss the feet of Pope Eugene IV in a sign of subservience.
It is also a fact that many popes prior to Vatican Council II found the notion that we worship the same God outrageous for, among other heresies, the 'abominable sect of Mahomet' (Pope Eugene IV, Council of Basel, 1434) which rejects the Trinity and the Divinity of Our Lord.
Together with Fra Angelico in 1447, he was commissioned by Pope Eugene IV to carry out the fresco decoration of a chapel in the Vatican.
Sixty years before Columbus crossed the Atlantic, Pope Eugene IV, responding to news of the Portugese enslavement of the Canary Islanders, condemned this activity with the Bull Sicut dudum (1453).
Premiere confrerie de jeunesse a voir le jour a Florence, la compagnie Arcangelo Raffaello beneficie du patronage et du soutien d'eminents personnages dont le pape Eugene IV qui intervient en sa faveur, notamment pour son emplacement.
Peter's but were then moved elsewhere, among them: Eugene IV, Callistus III, Pius II, Alexander VI, Leo X, Hadrian VI, Pius IV, Pius V, Clement VIII, Paul V, Gregory XV, Innocent X, Clement IX, Benedict XIII, and Clement XIV.
To be sure, popes, bishops and the-ologians also frequently denounced slavery as it was actually conducted, especially racial slavery; in 1435, for example, Pope Eugene IV demanded that European colonizers stop enslaving native peoples in the Canary Islands.
Responding to enthusiasm for Andrea's cult, Eugene IV, resident in Florence, approved canonization, probably verbally.
Giorgio in Alga, which included Ludovico Barbo (who worked to reform the Benedictine order), Lorenzo Giustiniani (later Patriarch of Venice), the future Pope Eugene IV, and other assorted papal nephews and cousins who spread their reforming ideas throughout the Venetian terraferma and beyond in the early and mid-fifteenth century.
Sigismund himself was in Siena for many months before proceeding on his way to Rome for his eventual coronation by Pope Eugene IV in May 1433.
In 1436, six decades prior to the discovery of the New World, the Catholic Church in the person of Pope Eugene IV condemned the slavery of black natives in the Canary Islands by the Spanish.