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Juan de Torquemada: A Disputation on the Authority of Pope & Council
Torquemada, Juan de
by Dominican Sources
Written in English
Dominican Sources: New Editions in English
|Contributions||Simon Tugwell (Editor)|
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Indeed, when the First Vatican Council prepared its definitions on the papacy and infallibility in , the theological treatises circulated to buttress the pro-papal point of view included unrevised reprints of the most prolific of the fifteenth century papalists, Juan de Torquemada. The Revelations of St. Bridget were accorded an exceptionally high degree of authenticity, authority and importance from an early date. Pope Gregory XI () approved and confirmed them and judged them favorably, as did Boniface IX () in the papal Bull Ab origine mundi, par. 39 (7 Oct ). They were later examined at the Council of Constance () and at the Council of Basel.
Juan de Torquemada, a Dominican theologian emerging as a papal apologist, argued for the first alternative. Since Christ gave authority to the pope as successor of Peter, he argued, the presidential oath could not bind the pope; nor could the council's actions have binding force unless approved by the pope or his legates Arguing for. Juan de Torquemada und Thomas de Vio Cajetan: zwei Protagonisten der päpstlichen Gewaltenfülle by Ulrich Horst () Reconstructing the lost frescoes of Santa Maria sopra Minerva in Rome from the Meditationes of Cardinal Juan de Torquemada: a case study in the history of art by Angi Elsea Bourgeois (Book).
Torquemada decorated by Eugene IV with the title Defensor fidei, is author of a Summa de Ecclesia, wherein he affirms with vigour the primacy of the Pope and his infallibilitas. In this work, he dissipates with great precision the ambiguities that had been created in the 14th century starting with the hypothesis of a heretic Pope. This statement of Juan de Torquemada is found on page of The Papacy in Transition by Patrick Granfield (New York: Doubleday, ). This book received high praise from Father (now Cardinal) Avery Dulles, SJ.] Citing the doctrine of Pope Innocent III, Torquemada further teaches.
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Juan de Torquemada, A Disputation on the Power of Pope and Council, Oxford: Blackfriars Publications, Izbicki, Thomas M., "Juan de Torquemada's Defense of the Conversos," Catholic Historical Review, 85(2): ; External links.
Works by or about Juan de Torquemada. Torquemada, Juan de, Disputation on the authority of Pope and Council. Oxford: Blackfriars Publications, (OCoLC) Named Person: Juan de Torquemada; Juan de Torquemada: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Juan de Torquemada; Thomas M.
A disputation on the authority of Pope and Council / Juan de Torquemada; translated by Thomas M. Izbicki Torquemada, Juan de, [ Book: ].
Book Title: A Disputation on the Authority of Pope and Council Author: Juan De Torquemada Publisher: Release Date: Pages: 85 ISBN: Available Language:. A Disputation on the Authority of Pope and Council, trans For the manuscripts of the oration, see Kaeppeli, Scriptores Ordinis Praedicatorum medii aevi For An English Translation Juan De Torquemada.
The Authority Of The Pope This article considers how authority is exercised within the Catholic Church, especially with reference to the primacy of the popes. Juan de Torquemada.
Little if any. His publications include books on Pope Pius II, Nicholas of Cusa and Juan de Torquemada OP. His most recent book is The Eucharist in Medieval Canon Law (Cambridge, ).
Gerald Christianson is Professor Emeritus of Church History at Gettysburg Lutheran Seminary (USA) and a former president of the American Cusanus Society.
He has published on the late medieval papacy, including Pope Pius II, Cardinal Juan de Torquemada OP, and Cardinal Nicholas of Cusa.
His most recent book is "Nicholas of Cusa, Writings on Church and Reform" (Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, ).
Abstract. John Torquemada (–) was the leading papal apologist of the mid-fifteenth century. Torquemada, a Dominican friar trained as a Thomist, attended the Council of Basel (–) to represent his order and the King of Castile.
Juan de Torquemada, A Disputation on the Power of Pope and Council, Oxford: Blackfriars Publications, Izbicki, Thomas M., "Juan de Torquemada's Defense of the Conversos," Catholic Historical Review, 85(2): ; This article incorporates text from a publication now in the public domain: Chisholm, Hugh, ed.
TORQUEMADA, JUAN DE. Franciscan historian; b. Spain, ?; d. Mexico City, Eleven years after Ger ó nimo de mendieta's death, Torquemada published his own monumental history of the Franciscan missionary work in Mexico, the Monarqu í a indiana. Torquemada, who held the office of provincial superior ( – 17), was both a disciple and an admirer of Mendieta.
Juan de Torquemada: A Disputation on the Authority of Pope & Council by Torquemada, Juan de 1 edition - first published in Not in Library.
Cusa () and Juan de Torquemada (). Both Cusa and Torquemada were distinguished churchmen. However, their careers followed different trajectories.
Cusa began as a staunch papal opponent, but his desire for Church unity overrode his loyalty to the pope’s opposition. The coat of arms of the Catholic Monarchs was designed by Antonio de Nebrija with elements to show their cooperation and working in tandem. The royal motto they shared, Tanto monta ("as much one as the other"), came to signify their cooperation." The motto was originally used by Ferdinand as an allusion to the Gordian knot: Tanto monta, monta tanto, cortar como desatar ("It's one and the same.
relationship of a legitimate pope to a legitimat6 Thise answe council.r to Berardi depended on the authority of the decree Haec sancta of the Council of Constance (), which declared that a council derives from Christ authority in matters of heresy, schism, and reform, and that no one, not even the pope, could disobey Torquemada was a Castilian Dominican who accompanied his provincial to the Council of Constance (–).
After studying theology in Paris, he served as a prior in Castile. When the Council of Basel (–) convened, Torquemada was chosen consecutively to represent the Dominican order and King Juan II in that assembly.
Five Dominicans—Giovanni Casanova, Raphael de Pornasio, Juan de Torquemada, Alberto Pasquali and Tommaso de Vio (Cardinal Cajetan)—built upon all this to develop a full-blown hierarchical conception of the Church. They began by reaffirming that the fullness of power is transmitted from God to the Pope by the commission of Christ.
Juan de Torquemada, en Scriptorium" 35 () ; ID., en JUAN DE TORQUEMADA, A disputation on the authority of pope and council, translation and introduction by. The greater secular influence of King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella is thought to separate the Spanish inquisition from the medieval.
Yet, the Spanish Inquisition’s most influential leader, the Dominican Tomás de Torquemada, was appointed Inquisitor General by Pope Sixtus IV. Juan de Torquemada had previously served as Pope Eugenius IV's official theologian at the Council of Basle. At the Council of Florence, Juan led the theological debates with the representatives of the Eastern Orthodox Chuch on such questions as the Eucharist and .Juan de Torquemada (d.
) was a Castilian Dominican who attended the Council of Constance instudied theology in Paris, and participated in the earlier years of the Council of Basel (Torquemada decorated by Eugene IV with the titleDefensor fidei, is author of a Summa de Ecclesia, wherein he affirms with vigour the primacy of the Pope and hisinfallibilitas.
In this work, he dissipates with great precision the ambiguities that had been created in the 14 th century starting with the hypothesis of a heretic Pope.