Preaching the Crusades: Mendicant Friars and the Cross in the Thirteenth Century
This study describes the way in which the Franciscan and Dominican orders became involved in preaching the cross and examines their contribution to the crusading movement of the thirteenth century.
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The founder saints and the crusaders
Pope Gregory IX and the early friars
Papal crusade propaganda and the friars
The later thirteenth century
The organization of the preaching of the cross in the provinces of the mendicant orders
Friars crusade sermons and preaching aids
The friars and the financing of the crusaders
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