Conciliar Church Policy during the Reign of Fernando IV, King of Castile-León, 1295-1312
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Publisher's summary: This study examines the relationship between the clergy and the monarchy, and the clergy’s attempts to guard their rights. It examines the four provincial councils (May 1310 at Toro, August 1310 at Alcalá de Henares, October 1310 at Salamanca, and July 1311 at Zamora) which played a significant role in the reassertion of the Castilian and Leonese prelates’ libertas ecclesiastica and the suppression of the Order of the Templars in Castile.
Table of contents:
Preface by Joseph O’Callaghan
1. Church-State Relations in the Kingdom of Castile-Léon in the Thirteenth Century
2. In Defense of the Castilian and Leonese Churches’ libertas ecclesiastica (1295-1302)
3. Safeguarding the Rights of Castilian and Leonese Churches
4. Preserving libertas ecclesiastica: The Church Councils of 1310-1311
Fernando IV, Knights Templar, church councils, Order of the Templars
Councils and synods -- Spain -- Castile -- History --To 1500, Catholic Church -- Spain -- Castile -- History -- To 1500, Castile -- Spain -- History, Castile (Spain) -- History -- Ferdinand IV, 1295-1312
Pepin, Paulette L., "Conciliar Church Policy during the Reign of Fernando IV, King of Castile-León, 1295-1312" (2003). History Faculty Books. 5.
Pepin, P. L. (2003). Conciliar Church Policy During the Reign of Fernando IV, King of Castile-León, 1295-1312 (Vol. 6). Lewiston, N.Y.: Mellen Press. ISBN: 9780773468580