1 edition of Bull of Pope Innocent VIII found in the catalog.
Bull of Pope Innocent VIII
Forms part of the Society"s Publications, no. XXXIX.
|Statement||Communicated by J. Payne Collier, Esq.|
|Series||The Camden miscellany -- v. 1 (no. 3)|
|Contributions||Collier, John Payne, 1789-1883.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||7 p. ;|
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From Saint Peter to Pope John Paul II. This is a fairly complete, though quick history of all the popes from the saintly (Peter), the most exhumed (Formosus), to the most corrupt and sinful (the Borgia Alexander VI, Gregory VII; really too many to list here)/5. Pope Innocent XIII (Latin: Innocentius Tertius Decimus; 13 May – 7 March ), born Michelangelo Conti, was an Italian cleric of the Roman Catholic Church and the th Pope from until his death.. Michelangelo Conti was born in Poli, near Rome.. Conti was born into a family that which included several popes including Pope Innocent III. (–), he was a member of the family Predecessor: Pope Clement XI.
Innocent III, POPE (LOTARIO DE’ CONTI), one of the greatest popes of the Middle Ages, son of Count Trasimund of Segni and nephew of Clement III, born or at Anagni, and died J , at Perugia. He received his early education at Rome, studied theology at Paris, jurisprudence at Bologna, and became a learned theologian and one of the greatest jurists of his time. Pope Innocent VIII (Latin: Innocentius VIII; – 25 July ), born Giovanni Battista Cybo (or Cibo), was Pope from 29 August to his death in Born into a prominent Genoese family he entered the church and was made bishop in before being elevated to the rank of cardinal by Pope Sixtus was elected Pope in , as a compromise candidate, after a stormy conclave.
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The Bull of Innocent VIII. Innocent, Bishop, Servant of the servants of God, for an eternal remembrance. DESIRING with the most hearfelt anxiety, even as Our Apostleship requires, that the Catholic faith should especially in this Our day increase and flourish everywhere, and that all heretical depravity should be driven far from the frontiers.
This Papal Bull, decreed by Pope Innocent VIII inaddresses the presence of witchcraft in Germany and in other areas. The decree explicitly declares that Heinrich Kramer and Jacob Sprenger have papal authority to lead inquisitorial procedures against suspected witches.
Innocent VIII, pope from to Named bishop of Savona, Italy, in by Pope Paul II, he was made cardinal in by Pope Sixtus IV, whom he succeeded. His election was manipulated by Cardinal Giuliano della Rovere (later Pope Julius II), whose tool Innocent remained. The executions of. The papal bull of Pope Innocent VIII known as Summis desiderantes (5 December ).
During what is known as the Little Ice Age, Bull of Pope Innocent VIII book grip of freezing weather, failing of crops, rising crime, and mass starvation resulted in an increasing fear of witches.
It’s from a Papal Bull called Summis Desiderantes Affectibus, issued by Pope Innocent VIII, at the request of the aforementioned Heinrich Kramer. So, in essence, Kramer had a Papal seal of approval. Now you might be tempted into thinking that Innocent was guileless, gullible, or merely a product of his times.
Bull of Pope Innocent VIII. on the marriage of Henry VII. with Elizabeth of York by Catholic Church. Pope ( Innocent VIII); Collier, John Payne, Pages: Jun 3, - During what is known as the Little Ice Age, the grip of freezing weather, failing of crops, rising crime, and mass starvation resulted in an increasing fear of witches.
On the request of German inquisitor Heinrich Kramer, Innocent VIII issued Continue reading →. Papal Bull Popes issued documents, known as papal bulls, in their administration of Church affairs. This papal bull, distributed by Innocent VIII inasserts the pope’s privilege of appointing the Master of the Spanish Order of St.
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HIGH QUALITY FACSIMILE REPRODUCTION: Collier, John Payne: Bull Of Pope Innocent Viii. On The Marriage Of Henry Vii. With Elizabeth Of York: Facsimile: Originally published by London Printed for the Camden Society in Summary: This is the Bull written by Pope Innocent VIII in that commissioned Kramer and Sprenger to write the Malleus Maleficarum.
The Bull opens by stating why the Pope believes that witches should be hung and that is that heretics and sin should be sought out and purged from Christian nations.
Pope Innocent VIII. Summis desiderantes affectibus (English: Desiring with supreme ardor) was a papal bull issued by Pope Innocent VIII on December 5, The bull was written in response to the request of Dominican Inquisitor Heinrich Kramer for explicit authority to prosecute witchcraft in Germany, after he was refused assistance by the local ecclesiastical authorities.
Get this from a library. Bull of Pope Innocent VIII on the marriage of Henry VII. with Elizabeth of York. [John Payne Collier; Catholic Church. Pope ( Innocent VIII).]. IN the issue of NATURE for Ap p. is an erratum which corrects a statement made in NATURE for April 4, p.
82, regarding Pope Innocent VII. and witchcraft. It is stated that Pope Author: A. Cortie. In response to the rapid spread of print technology, in November Pope Innocent VIII issued the first Papal Bull concerned with printing: Bulla S.D.N. Innocentii "Inter multiplices nostrae sollicitudinis curas" contra impressores librorum reprobatorum.
The bull was printed in Rome by Eucharius Silber, and issued after Novem After Innocent VIII received the communication from the German monks, he issued a papal bull in that gave full authority to the two inquisitors, threatening with excommunication or other sanctions any who "molested or hindered in any manner" their work.
POPE INNOCENT VIII Summis Desiderantes -- The "Witch-Bull" Issued on Dec. 5th, "In Germany especially, the Inquisitors charged with the task found themselves hampered by skepticism. Intherefore, they turned their steps toward Rome for help, and on December 5th they won from the new Pope, Innocent VIII, a bull which once for all.
Pope Innocent II (Latin: Innocentius II; died 23 September ), born Gregorio Papareschi, was head of the Catholic Church and ruler of the Papal States from 14 February to his death in His election as pope was controversial and the first eight years of his reign were marked by a struggle for recognition against the supporters of Anacletus d cardinal:by Pope Urban II.
Innocent VIII, POPE (GIOVANNI BATTISTA CIBO), b. at Genoa, ; elected Aug ; d. at Rome, J He was the son of the Roman senator, Aran Cibd, and Teodorina de’ Mari.
After a licentious youth, during which he had two illegitimate children, Franceschetto and Teodorina, he took orders and entered the service of Cardinal : Catholic Answers. So Kramer treated the bull as if it was an endorsement of his book, but it was not.
However, the inclusion of the bull certainly gave the impression that the Malleus Maleficarum had been granted approval by Pope Innocent VIII.
Some believe that the Letter of Approbation from The Faculty of Theology of the University of Cologne was a falsified. This chapter describes Pope Innocent VIII issued a bull or edict known by its first Latin words, Summis desiderantes. Its main purpose was to give jurisdictional authority to two inquisitors, Heinrich Kramer and Jacob Sprenger, to prosecute witches in various parts of Germany.
These two men were empowered by Pope Innocent VIII in his Bull of December 9, to prosecute witches throughout northern Germany. The purpose of the papal edict was to squash the Protestant opposition to the inquisition and to solidify the case made in by Pope Alexander IV for the prosecution of witches as heretics.Papal Bull of On December 5th,Pope Innocent VIII issued an edict (Bull) entitled Summis desiderantes affectibus alleging that many men and women were in collusion with the Devil.
All Christians were required to assist the two Dominican monks, Jacob Sprenger and Heinrich Kramer, placed in charge of handling this supposed Witchcraft problem.Innocent VIII: BULL Summis desiderantes, Dec.
5th, Bullarium Romanum (Taurinensis editio), sub, anno The Bull is also printed in full at the head of the Malleus maleficarum. Innocent, bishop, servant of the servants of God, Ad futuram rei memoriam.