The Church, the Councils, and Reform: The Legacy of the Fifteenth Century

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CUA Press, 2008 - History - 336 pages
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The Church, the Councils, and Reform brings together leading authorities in the field of church history to reflect on the importance of the late medieval councils. This is the first book in English to consider the lasting significance of the period from Constance to Trent (1414-1563) when several councils met to heal the Great Schism (1378) and reform the church.

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Gerald Christianson is professor emeritus of church history at Gettysburg Lutheran Seminary. Thomas M. Izbicki is humanities librarian at Rutgers University. They are co-translators with Philip Krey of Reject Aeneas, Accept Pius: Selected Letters of Aeneas Sylvius Piccolomini (Pope Pius II). Christopher M. Bellitto is assistant professor of history at Kean University and author of Nicolas de Clamanges: Spirituality, Personal Reform, and Pastoral Renewal on the Eve of the Reformations.

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