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Councils #17: Council of Basel, Ferrara, Florence, and Rome, 1431-1445

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The Council of Basle met first in that town, Eugene IV being pope and Sigismund Emperor of the Holy Roman Empire. Its object was the religious pacification of Bohemia. Quarrels with the pope having arisen, the council was transferred first to Ferrara (1438), then to Florence (1439), where a short-lived union with the Greek Church was effected, the Greeks accepting the council's definition of controverted points. The Council of Basle is only ecumenical till the end of the twenty-fifth session, and of its decrees Eugene IV approved only such as dealt with the extirpation of heresy, the peace of Christendom, and the reform of the Church, and which at the same time did not derogate from the rights of the Holy See.

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Councils #17: Council of Basel, Ferrara, Florence, and Rome, 1431-1445 is part of the following course(s):

  • Councils of the Catholic Church