John à Lasco, 1499-1560: a Pole in Reformation England.

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SeriesFriends of Dr. Williams"s Library. Lectures,, 25th, Lecture (Friends of Dr. Williams"s Library) ;, 25th.
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Jean de Lasco: Baron de Pologne, Èveìque Catholique, Rèformateur Protestant, Son Temps, Sa Vie, Ses Oeuvres: Pascal, George; b. French: Laski, Jan: Jean-Adam Mòhler Et L'ècole Catholique de Tubingue, Ètude Sur La Thèologie Romantique En Wurtemberg Et Les Origines Germaniques Du Modernisme. [BERGENDOFF=] Conrad John Immanuel Bergendoff, Olavus Petri and the Ecclesiastical Transformation in Sweden, A Study in the Swedish Reformation, Macmillan, [BERGMANN =] Joseph Bergmann, Medaillen auf berühmte und ausgezeichnete Männer des Oesterreichischen Kaiserstaates, vom XVI.

bis zum XIX Jahrhunderte. See also G. Parker, `Success and failure during the ®rst century of the Reformation', PP (), 43± 18 Key studies of the role of the clergy in England are, for the pre-Reformation period, P.

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John Hunyadi, the native regent, was the real power after his first victory over the Turks in He continued to oppose them sturdily until his death in defense of Belgrade in Largely in virtue of his prestige his son Matthias Corvinus could make himself king ().

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Jan Laski or John a Lasco (), Bishop of Veszprim (Hungary) and reformer (he resigned the bishopric in as he did not wish to give up his wife, whom he had secretly married).

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Laski, Jan Jean-Adam Mòhler Et L'ècole Catholique de Tubingue, Ètude Sur La Thèologie Romantique En Wurtemberg Et Les Origines Germaniques Du Modernisme Vermeil, Edmond; b.

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In Novemberi, Cardinal Pole landed in England, absolved the kingdom from sin, and proclaimed the reunion. Pole then attempted to implement intelligent ecclesiastical reforms in the spirit of the Counter-Reformation: these covered such areas as the liturgy, clerical manners, education, and episcopal supervision.

But his approach was visionary. A Polish cleric, nephew (–), and exact namesake of Poland's Primate Jan Laski (–), who had converted to Calvinism while in Basel, became an associate of Archbishop Cranmer and, a capable administrator, spent some years working on the establishment of the Church of y before his death, he was recalled to Poland's royal court.John a’ Lasco []](Laski, pronounced Waski from i.e., from the west) serves as Pastor to GRC at Emden until Laski organizes what may have been the first Coetus in the Palatinate of Ministers who met weekly for forty years.

R. Bellarmine: (d). Mary Stuart ascends, in her minority, in Scotland. Melchior Hoffmann d.The painstaking work that Gessner describes of collecting fragments and references to them has remained a central activity in classical scholarship down to the present, but bibliographies focused on the era after printing have generally neglected “lost books.” 14 These were the object of one careful study by Joseph-Marie Quérard (–), published posthumously in by Author: Ann Blair.