Session Title

Lateran IV and the English Secular Clergy

Sponsoring Organization(s)

Episcopus: Society for the Study of Bishops and Secular Clergy in the Middle Ages; Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies

Organizer Name

William H. Campbell, Andrew Reeves

Organizer Affiliation

Univ. of Pittsburgh-Greensburg, Middle Georgia State College

Presider Name

Joseph Goering

Presider Affiliation

Univ. of Toronto

Paper Title 1

Lusignans, Curiales, and Assorted Non-Saints: Must a Good Bishop be a Good Man?

Presenter 1 Name

Andrew Reeves

Paper Title 2

Lateran Reform in the Diocese of Exeter: The Fragmentary Statutes of Bishop William Brewer (ca. 1226)

Presenter 2 Name

William H. Campbell

Paper Title 3

Developing a Diocese: Bishops and Reform in Hereford and Winchester Dioceses, 1282-1317

Presenter 3 Name

James Richardson

Presenter 3 Affiliation

Univ. of York

Start Date

15-5-2015 3:30 PM

Session Location

Bernhard 106

Description

Lateran IV, while a famous landmark ecumenical council, could only be as effective as the bishops, archdeacons, and other clergy chose to make it within their jurisdictions. This session, commemorating the 800th anniversary of the Council, also observes the 80th anniversary of Gibbs and Lang's Bishops and Reform and the 70th anniversary of Moorman's Church Life in England in the Thirteenth Century . The presenters continue the task of investigating how, and to what extent, papal pronouncements of theology and canon law were manifested in the life of the English church, particularly as represented by bishops and other secular clergy, after the Council.

John S. Ott

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May 15th, 3:30 PM

Lateran IV and the English Secular Clergy

Bernhard 106

Lateran IV, while a famous landmark ecumenical council, could only be as effective as the bishops, archdeacons, and other clergy chose to make it within their jurisdictions. This session, commemorating the 800th anniversary of the Council, also observes the 80th anniversary of Gibbs and Lang's Bishops and Reform and the 70th anniversary of Moorman's Church Life in England in the Thirteenth Century . The presenters continue the task of investigating how, and to what extent, papal pronouncements of theology and canon law were manifested in the life of the English church, particularly as represented by bishops and other secular clergy, after the Council.

John S. Ott