Pope Honorius III

Pope Honorius III (1148 – 18 March 1227), previously known as Cencio Savelli, was Pope from 1216 to 1227.

Read more about Pope Honorius III:  Early Work, Election As Pope, Fifth Crusade, Other Work, Writings

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Pontifical University Of Saint Thomas Aquinas - History - Medieval Origin: 1222 The Santa Sabina Studium Conventuale
... Pope Honorius III approved the Order of Preachers in December 1216 and January 1217 ... By 1219 Pope Honorius III had invited Dominic and companions to taken up residence at the ancient Roman basilica of Santa Sabina, which they did by early 1220 ... the basilica and surrounding property from Pope Honorius III to the Order of Preachers on June 5, 1222 ...
Pope Honorius III - Writings
... Honorius III acquired some fame as an author ... It was begun under Pope Clement III and completed in 1192 under Pope Celestine III ... Honorius III also wrote a bioraphy of Celestine III a biography of Gregory VII an "Ordo Romanus", which is a sort of ceremonial containing the rites of the Church ...

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