Gregory VII

Gregory VII may refer to:

  • Pope Gregory VII (c. 1020/1025–1085)
  • Patriarch Gregory VII, Patriarch of Constantinople

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Peter The Rock - Catholic View - Individuals and Documents Supporting The Petrine Doctrine - Gregory VII
... involved the reform of the Catholic Church, headed by Gregory VII, formerly the Archdeacon Hildebrand ... Gregory became Pope in 1073 with the objective of reforming not the body of the church, but a purification of the clergy in general ... Gregory is perhaps most recognized with the quarrel between himself and King Henry IV of Germany, known as the "Investiture Contest" ...
Burchard Of Basle - Biography
... When the conflict of Investiture between the king and Pope Gregory VII (1073–85) broke out, Burchard was among the bishops who assembled at Worms (January 1076), proclaimed the ... a synod was assembled at Piacenza, and the Lombard bishops renounced obedience to Gregory ... synod held at Brixen (in Tyrol) in June, 1080, where the partisans of Henry again deposed Gregory VII and elected in his stead Wibert, Archbishop of ...
Manasses I (Archbishop Of Reims)
... Pope Gregory VII entrusted Manasses with several delicate missions, but the bishop's character was not held in esteem by his former colleagues, the lower clergy ... Gregory VII intervened in 1077 to order Geoffrey, Bishop of Paris, to receive and absolve the monks fleeing into his territory ... Manasses reacted by defending his conduct in a letter to Gregory and accusing the legates of acting in bad faith ...
Papal Election, 1088 - Cardinal-electors
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Famous quotes by gregory vii:

    It is the custom of the Roman Church which I unworthily serve with the help of God, to tolerate some things, to turn a blind eye to some, following the spirit of discretion rather than the rigid letter of the law.
    —Pope Gregory VII (c. 1020–1085)