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FIFTEENTH AGE OF THE CHURCH

A. D.

At Avignon.

1403 Benedict XIII. restored

1417 Deposed, March 6.

Clement VIII. elected, but not acknowledged.

1404 Boniface IX.

1404–1406 Innocent VII.

1406 Gregory XII.

1409 Deposed.

1409–1410 Alexander V.

1410 John XXIII.

1415 Deposed.

1417–1431 Martin V., April 5, Oct. 23.

1431–1447 Eugenius IV., May 10, Oct. 23, Sept. 5.

1447–1455 Nicholas V., May 10, Oct. 23, Sept. 5.

1455–1458 Calixtus III., April 5, Oct. 23.

1458–1464 Plus II., April 5, May 10.

1464–1471 Paul II., April 2.

1471–1484 Sixtus IV., Jan. 16, April 2, July 14.

1484–1492 Innocent VIII., April 2.

1492 Alexander VI., Feb. 4, April 2.

439 Felix V., Oct. 23.

1413 Henry IV., April 5.

1422 Henry V.

1461 Henry VI. dethroned, Nov. 20.

1483 Edward IV.

1485 Richard III.

Henry VII.

1422 Charles VI.

1461 Charles VII.

1483 Louis XI.

1498 Charles VIII.

Louis XII.

1409 Pisa.

1413 Constance, March 9, April 5.

1431 Basil, Oct. 23.

1437 Removed to Ferrara, Oct. 23.

1439 Removed to Florence, Oct. 23.

1442 Concluded in the Lateran, Oct. 23.

1419 St. Vincent Ferrer, April 5.

1425 Petrus ab Alliaco.

1429 John Gerson, Nov. 10.

Simeon of Thessslonica.

1430 Thomas Walden.

1444 St. Bernardin of Sienna, May 20. Pauius Burgensis.

1454 Alphonsus Tostatus.

1455 St. Laurence Justinian, Sept. 5.

1456 St. John Capestran, Oct. 23.

1459 Nicolas Panormitanus.

St. Antoninus, May 10.

1460 George Scholarius, Patr. Constant.

1464 Cardinal of Cusa.

Eneas Sylvius, Oct. 23.

1468 Cardinal Turri-cremeta, Oct. 8.

1471 Dionysius Carthusianus.

1471 Thomas a Kempis, Nov. 10.

1472 Bessarion, P. C. P.

1480 Platina.

1484 Pope Sixtus IV.

John Capgrave, Introd. Discourse.

1494 John Picus of Mirandola.

The following were remarkable for their sanctity in this age:

St. Veronica, Milan, Jan. 13.

St. Casimir. Prince of Poland, March 4.

B. Colette, Picardy, March 6.

St. Frances, Widow, Rome, March 9.

St. Catharine of Bologna, March 9.

St. Simon, Martyr, March 24.

St. Vincent Ferrer, Valentia, April 5.

St. James of Sclavonia, April 20.

St. Antoninus, Archbishop of Florence, May 10.

St. Peter Regalati, May 13.

St. Bernardin of Sienna, May 20.

St. Peter of Pisa, June 1.

St. John of Sahagun, Spain, June 12.

St. Laurence Justinian, Venice, Sept. 5.

St. John Capistran, Anjou, Oct. 23.

St. Didacus, Spain, Nov. 13.

St. James of La Marca, Italy, Nov. 28.

A. D.

1402 John Huss, Oct. 23.

1416 Jerom of Prague.

1479 Peter of Osma.

Mass, March 4, 6, 9.

Confession, March 6, May 10.

Viaticum, May 10.

Extreme Unction, May 10.

1425 St. Francis founds the monastery called Oblates, or Collatines, March 9.

1436 The Order of the Minims is founded by Saint Francis of Paula, April 2.

The Hermits of St. Jerome founded, June 1.

1439 The Decree of Union formed at Florence, Oct. 23.

1453 Constantinople taken by Mahomet II., April 2, 5.








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