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Le nouvel elu sur le siege archiepiscopal de Lyon, Jean Bellemains (deja connu pour ses missions antiheretiques en Languedoc en 1178) expulsa Valdes et les siens des 1182 ou 1183.
Nazianzus was an ancient archiepiscopal see whose name and dignity was well-known because of the fame of a previous incumbent, St Gregory of Nazianzus (329390 AD), and such things mattered in Rome and among bishops of a more ambitious nature than Vaughan.
(34) Archiepiscopal decrees of 24 September and 9 December 1496 bring this directive to bear in response to the outbreak of a years-long wave of the bubonic plague, testifying to the selflessness of the confratelli in caring for the sick and defining their collaborative role alongside parish priests in burying the impoverished.
He died in 1507, just as a papal review exonerated his archiepiscopal household from harsh inquisitorial charges of "judaizing," accusations almost surely engineered by the many lay and ecclesiastical enemies that he attracted in his long career of service to the crown, as Suberbiola Martinez suggests (125, 253, 268, and 272-73).
Cyprus, strategically important in the Mediterranean, had been granted independence from Britain in 1959, when Archbishop Makarios III became its first president, combining his archiepiscopal role with presidency.
The estate management of the archiepiscopal lands is one of a series of themes which forms the second part of the book.
1483-91; Paris, Louvre); Raphael's Apollo and Marsyas (1509-11; Vatican, Stanza della Segnatura, ceiling fresco); Titian's Flaying of Marsyas (1571-76; Kromeriz, Archiepiscopal Palace); Annibale Carracci's Flaying of Marsyas (1597-1603; Rome, Palazzo Farnese, ceiling fresco); Bartolomeo Manfredi's Apollo and Marsyas (1615-20; St Louis, Miss., St Louis Art Museum); Domenichino's Flaying of Marsyas (1616-18; London, National Gallery); Giovanni Francesco Barbieri Guercino's Apollo Flaying Marsyas (c.
During his archiepiscopacy, numerous examples indicate how this office of church unity that lies between the strictly local (diocesan) level and the universal level of the church played an indispensable role in the mission of the church in El Salvador: Romero's national radio broadcasts that did much to knit the faithful of El Salvador together in a common awareness of the nation's problems and how these problems might be viewed in a Christian perspective; his four pastoral letters written between April 1977 and August 1979; and his archiepiscopal visits and the striking symbolism of his refusal to attend the inauguration of General Carlos Humberto Romero (no relation), whose election in February 1977 had been fraudulent.
Calendar of the Carew Manuscripts Preserved in the Archiepiscopal Library at Lambeth, v: The Book of Howth.
Mar Alencherry was the first Major Archbishop to be elected by the Synod after the Syro-Malabar Church was elevated to the status of Major Archiepiscopal Church.
In comparison to contemporary practice among the notaries of the York archiepiscopal records, the E with which Yonge begins his eschatocol is remarkably plain.
Precan was visiting the archiepiscopal summer residence in Janacek's birthplace.