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NINE Censure and Condemnation

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AROUND PENTECOST, SIXTY-FOUR BROTHERS from Narbonne and Béziers arrived at Avignon.¹ Instead of going to the Franciscan house, they went directly to the papal palace and stood outside the doors all night, eager to present themselves and state their case (or perhaps simply afraid to go to the local house). They had accepted Bernard Délicieux as their spokesman—an unfortunate choice, both for them and for him.  Read more...
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ISBN: 9780271021287 9780271023762 0271023767
Publication:Burr, David; The Spiritual Franciscans : From Protest to Persecution in the Century After Saint Francis; 191; University Park, Pennsylvania : Penn State University Press, 2015
Language Note: English
Unique Identifier: 8637930510
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AROUND PENTECOST, SIXTY-FOUR BROTHERS from Narbonne and Béziers arrived at Avignon.¹ Instead of going to the Franciscan house, they went directly to the papal palace and stood outside the doors all night, eager to present themselves and state their case (or perhaps simply afraid to go to the local house). They had accepted Bernard Délicieux as their spokesman—an unfortunate choice, both for them and for him. Bernard was a well-known, even legendary figure who had spent much of his life battling the Dominican-run inquisition at Carcassonne and Albi.² In the process, he had assisted in remarkably risky ventures, including

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