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FOURTEENTH AGE OF THE CHURCH

A. D.

1303 Boniface VIII., May 19, July 7.

The following Popes sat at Avignon

1303–1304 Benedict XI., July 7.

1305–1314 Clement V., Feb. 8, May 19.

1316–1334 John XXII., May 7, April 30, Oct. 2.

1334–1342 Benedict XII., April 30.

1342–1352 Clement VI., April 30.

1352–1362 Innocent VI., April 30.

1362–1370 Urban V., Feb. 4, April 30.

1370–1378 Gregory XI., April 30.

The following Popes sat at Rome, while others at the same time sat at Avignon.

1378–1389 Urban VI., April 30.

1389 Boniface IX., Oct. 8.

Contemporary Popes at Avignon.

1378–1394 Clement VII., April 5, July 5.

1394–1398 Benedict XIII., chosen by the French and Spaniards, April 5.

1307 Edward I.

1328 Edward II.

1377 Edward III.

1399 Richard II., July 5.

Henry IV., April 5.

1314 Philippe IV. le Bel.

1316 Lewis Hutin.

1322 Philippe le Long

1328 Charles le Bel.

1350 Philippe de Valois

1364 Jean.

1380 Charles V.

Charles VI.

COUNCILS

1312 Vienne in Gaul, 15th gen., May 5.

1305 William of Nanges.

1308 John Scotus, July 14.

1313 Cardinal le Moine.

1316 Giles of Rome.

1333 Durand of St. Porcian.

1347 William Ockam, July 14.

1340 Nicholas Delire.

Nicephorus Calixtus.

Adam the Carthusian, Nov. 17.

Alvarez Pelagius.

1342 Pope Benedict XII.

1348 Peter Bertrandi.

1350 B. Bernard.

1360 Nicephorus Gregords.

1365 Henry Suso, Sept. 5.

1367 St. John Columbin, July 31.

1370 John of Tinmouth, Dec. 9.

1373 St. Brigit, Oct. 8.

1380 St. Catherine of Sienna, April 30.

1381 John Rouisbrocius.

1384 Nicholas Oresmus.

1384 Peter Paludanus.

Guido Carmelita.

B. John of Burlington

John Bacon.

1399 Nicholas Eymerick.

Gregory of Arminum.

John Thauler.

The following were remarkable for their sanctity of this age:

St. Andrew Corsini, Feb. 4.

St. Catharine of Sweden, March 22.

St. Mactildes, Virgin, Abbess, April 10.

St. Antony, &c., Martyrs, April 14.

B. Lidwina, Virgin, Holland, April 14.

St. Joachim of Sienna, April 16.

St. Agnes of Monte Pulciano, April 20.

St. Catharine of Sienna, April 30.

St. Nicholas, Bishop, Sweden, May 9.

St. Brynoth, Bishop, Sweden, May 9.

St. John Nepomucen, Martyr, May 16.

St. Yvo, Brittany. May 22.

St. Meriadec, Bishop of Vannes, June 7.

B. Henry of Trevso, June 10.

St. Julana Falconieri, June 19.

St. Peter of Luxembourg, July 5.

St. Elizabeth, Queen of Portugal, July 8.

St. John Columbini, Sienna, July 31.

St. Roch, Aug. 16.

St. Clare, Monte Falco, Aug. 18.

St. Bernard, Ptolemy, Sienna, Aug. 21.

St. Nicholas of Tolentino, Sept. 10.

St. Elzear and Delphina, Sept. 27.

St. Brigit, Widow, Oct. 8.

St. John of Bridlington, England, Oct. 10.

St. Peter Pascal, Bishop, Martyr, Spain, Dec. 6.

A. D.

1312 Beguardi and Beguini, July 14.

1317 Arnaud of Villeneuve.

1341 The Quietists, Nov. 24.

1376 Raymundus Lullus.

1377 John Wicliff.

The Guelphs and Gibelins, April 30.

Mass, Feb. 4, April 5, May 16, 22, July 8, Sept. 10.

Confession, May 16, Sept. 10.

Viaticum, July 8.

1367 The Order of the Jesuits Instituted, July 31.

The Order of the Olivetans founded, Aug. 21.

1344 The Brigittins founded, Oct. 8.

An account of Sion-house, Oct. 8.

1300 The foundation of the Turkish monarchy at Iconium, by Othman, May 5.

1310 Rhodes taken by the Knights of Malta, May 5.

1356 Charles IV. the author of the Golden Bull, May 16.








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