The term Patarenes wasused of two groups. The first in the 1050's Milan was a extreme reforming movement that demanded clerical celibacy and an end of the practice of simony. Later in the 1170's it was used as a general term to describe various heresies including the Cathari of Italy (in canon 27 of the 3rd Lateran Council), the Bogomils of Bosnia and Dalmatia.
|H.E.J Cowdrey, "The Papacy, the Paterenes and the Church of Milan," Transactions of the Royal Society 5th series 18 (1968): 25-48.|
|L. Paolini, "Italian Catharism and Written Culture," P.Biller & A. Hudson, ed., Heresy and Literacy (1000-1530). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1996. Pbk. ISBN: 0521575761.|
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