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By Ronald J. Stansbury
Utilizing quite a few assets and disciplinary angles, this booklet indicates the numerous and sundry ways that pastoral care got here to play such a major position within the each day lives of medieval humans. 1 quantity, 335-page, 17-chapter, English-language survey of analysis of medieval pastors (priests, bishops, abbots, abbesses, popes, etc.) and their courting to their respective congregations (1215-1536).
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330C, and Peter Lombard, Sententiae in IV libris distinctae, editio tertia ad fidem codicum antiquiorum restitute 3, d. 23, c. 1 (Grottaferrata, 1971). , PL 176 Col. 330C. 15 “Non potest esse de eo quod omnino ignoratur,” Peter Lombard, 3 Sent. 24 c. 2. 16 See, for example, Summa Hostiensis super titulis decretalium (Lyon, 1542), f. 4rb, Alexander of Hales, Summa theologica, p. 1072b, and Bonaventure, Commentarii in quatuor libros sententiarum in 3 Sent 23 c. 4, pg. 481a. I mention little of Aquinas in this essay because though the Angelic Doctor was active in his academic career during the period under discussion, his work was quite controversial, and he did not appear in the Dominican educational curriculum until well into the fourteenth century.
7 L. Boyle, “The Inter-conciliar Period 1179–1215 and the Beginnings of Pastoral Manuals” in Miscellanea, Rolando Bandinelli, Papa Alessandro III, Filippo Liotta, ed. p. 45. 6 26 ronald j. 8 The administration of the sacraments did not require a particularly high level of academic learning; but preaching did, especially if that preaching was to involve anything more than a simple reiteration, perhaps in the vernacular, of the sermons of St. Augustine or Gregory the Great. It is important to appreciate that the sermons themselves, the sermons produced or preached by people such as Maurice de Sully, Alan of Lille, Foulques de Neuilly and of course Stephen Langton, Ralph Ardent, Jacques de Vitry and others in the so-called circle of Peter the Chanter in Paris at the turn of the century were themselves “pioneers” in this important element of the cura animarum, preaching.
Baldwin, Masters, Princes, and Merchants: The Social Views of Peter the Chanter and his Circle (Princeton, 1970), esp. pp. 17–46. 23 Pope Innocent III’s concern with heresy was that Christians correctly understand the faith. Almost as important was a humble spirit in which the believer submitted to the authority of the Church with the intent of believing what the Church believes. 25 This humble submission required at least some knowledge of the Church’s dogma, if not a thorough understanding of the complexities of Trinitarian metaphysics.
A Companion to Pastoral Care in the Late Middle Ages, 1200-1500 by Ronald J. Stansbury