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Cardinal Quiroga, inquisitor general of Spain
|LC Classifications||BX4705Q65 B6 1954a|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 163 p. :|
|Number of Pages||163|
Gaspar de Quiroga (another key reformer) - From he was an inspector of monasteries in Naples and Sicily, Bishop of Cuena and Inquisitor Genral from , Archbishop of Toledo and Cardinal in Quiroga was a resident bishop who set the standards by his own frugal liveing - he promoted education in his diocese and worked. The Inquisition, in historical ecclesiastical parlance also referred to as the "Holy Inquisition", was a group of institutions within the Catholic Church whose aim was to combat Inquisition started in 12th-century France to combat religious dissent, in particular the Cathars and the groups investigated later included the Spiritual Franciscans, the Hussites.
Cardinal Cisneros Francisco Jiménez de Cisneros ( – 8 November ), known as Ximenes de Cisneros in his own lifetime, and commonly referred to today as simply Cisneros, was a Spanish cardinal, religious figure, and statesman. Starting from humble beginnings he rose to the heights of power becoming a religious reformer, twice regent of Spain, Cardinal, Grand Inquisitor, promoter of . A History of the Inquisition of Spain, Volume 2. Henry Charles Lea. Macmillan, - Inquisition - pages. 0 Reviews. Preview this book.
Named by Pope Urban VIII inquisitor general of Spain, Janu ; occupied the post until Resigned all his posts and retired to Barajas, near Madrid, in He wrote the book "Discurso de la obligación en conciencia y justicia que los prelados tienen en proveer las dignidades y beneficios eclesiásticos", dedicated to the. His successor, Cardinal Luis María de Borbón, an Infante of Spain, (), was president of the regency during the absence of Ferdinand VII. Cardinal Pedro de Inguanzo () published some works in defence of the rights of the Church and of ecclesiastical discipline, and commenced the great seminary building.
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[©]. Grand Inquisitor (Latin: Inquisitor Generalis, literally Inquisitor General or General Inquisitor) was the lead official of the title usually refers to the chief inquisitor of the Spanish Inquisition, even after the reunification of the aries-general of the Roman Inquisition were often styled as Grand Inquisitor but the role and functions were different.
Gaspar de Quiroga y Vela (Madrigal de las Altas Torres, Ávila, 13 January – 20 November ) was a prominent Catholic official who rose to become General Inquisitor of Spain, from toand Archbishop of Toledo from to Cardinal Quiroga was named a Cardinal by Pope Gregory XIII in He was the nephew of the 1st Bishop of Michoacán, Mexico, Vasco de Quiroga, ( - ).
(1) This is according to Boyd, Cardinal Quiroga, inquisitor general of Spain, p. 4; and his first two biographies linked above; Orive, "Quiroga y Vela, Gaspar de", IV,says that he was born on Janu Francisco, Cardinal Jiménez de Cisneros, (bornTorrelaguna, Castile [now in Spain]—died Nov.
8,Roa, Spain), prelate, religious reformer, and twice regent of Spain (, –17). In he became both a cardinal and the grand inquisitor of Spain, and during his public life he sought the forced conversion of the Spanish Moors.
Tomás de Torquemada, (bornValladolid, Castile [Spain]—died SeptemÁvila, Castile), first grand inquisitor in Spain, whose name has become synonymous with the Christian Inquisition’s horror, religious bigotry, and cruel fanaticism.
The nephew of a noted Dominican cardinal and theologian, Juan de Torquemada, the young Torquemada joined the Dominicans and in. It may have been his fame as a historian that enabled him to cultivate powerful patrons; he earned the trust of, among others, Cardinal Gaspar de Quiroga, inquisitor-general and archbishop of Toledo, and García de Loaysa, archbishop-elect of Toledo and tutor to Prince Philip.
Cardinal Eduardo Martínez Somalo (93), Cardinal-Priest of SS. Nome di Gesù pro hac vice Title and Chamberlain of the Holy Roman Church emeritus of Apostolic Camera: Living Cardinals born in Spain (2) Cardinal Cristóbal López Romero, S.D.B.
(68), Cardinal-Priest of S. Leone I, Archbishop of Rabat and Apostolic Administrator of Tánger. This intense portrait depicts Fernando Niño de Guevara (–), who in was named cardinal and is dressed as such here.
In he became Inquisitor General of Spain but resigned in to serve the rest of his life as Archbishop of Seville. Francisco Jiménez de Cisneros, O.F.M.
( – 8 November ), spelled Ximenes in his own lifetime, and commonly referred to today as simply Cisneros, was a Spanish cardinal, religious figure, and statesman.
Starting from humble beginnings he rose to the heights of power, becoming a religious reformer, twice regent of Spain, Cardinal, Grand Inquisitor, promoter of the Crusades in North.
The sitter became a Roman Catholic cardinal inwas the Inquisitor General of Spain fromand Archbishop of Seville from (BSLOC__16_89). Antonio Zapata y Cisneros, also listed as Zapata y Mendoza, (Madrid, 8 October – Madrid, c. 27 April ) was a Spanish served as bishop of Cádiz and Pamplona, archbishop of Burgos, cardinal, councillor of state for Philip III, Viceroy of Naples, and Inquisitor General of the realm.
Grand Inquisitor or General Inquisitor of Spain (), Gaspar de Quiroga y Vela (b), Archbishop of Toldeo () and Adviser to King Philip II of Spain (reigned ) in the Escorial Royal Palace, Madrid, Spain (Engraving, ). Books at Amazon. The Books homepage helps you explore Earth's Biggest Bookstore without ever leaving the comfort of your couch.
Here you'll find current best sellers in books, new releases in books, deals in books, Kindle eBooks, Audible audiobooks, and so much more. Additional Inquisitors were named, including Tomas Torquemada, who the following year was appointed Inquisitor General for all of Spain.
Tomas, who’s duty was to organize the rules of inquisitorial procedures in Seville, Castille and Aragon. He believed punishment of heretics was the only way to achieve political and religious unity in Spain. Cardinal Adrien, the Inquisitor-General, signed one on April 7,to order all Luther's works withdrawn.
This decision was renewed in by the new Inquisitor Manrique. (16) The decree of Aughas much more interest. BOYD, MAURICE, Cardinal Quiroga: Inquisitor General of Spain. Dubuque: Wm. C. Brown Co.,ix pp. $ The stone slab with an epitaph extolling the achievements of Gaspar de Quiroga, Archbishop of Toledo, Primate of Spain, and Inquisitor General, has disappeared from the Augustinian monastery at Madrigal.
With.the annus mirabilis, a critical period of history when great socio-political and religious changes converge - the Moors defeated by the Christians, the long deadly years of the Inquisition birthed in Spain with the reign of Ferdinand and Isabella, and Christopher Columbus’s discoveries in the New World charged with a conflict of ownership.Spain did not have an Act in Restraint of Appeals, but in fact 2 M.
Boyd, Cardinal Quiroga, Inquisitor General ofSpain (Dubuque, i), pp. PHILIP II AND THE PAPACY 25 argument that the king was the protector of his subjects, including the clergy, and that they had a right of appeal to him, while.