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The Carthari: Patarenes

Synopsis

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.

Secondary Sources

Article in Journal or Book H.E.J Cowdrey, "The Papacy, the Paterenes and the Church of Milan," Transactions of the Royal Society 5th series 18 (1968): 25-48.
Article in Journal or Book 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. {Amazon.com}

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Albigenses | Patarenes

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