Darò leggi a questa città. Il patriarca Raimondo della Torre e il concilio provinciale di Aquileia (1282)

In: Annuarium Historiae Conciliorum
Dr. Luca Demontis Pontificia Università Antonianum, Scuola di Studi Medievali e Francescani,

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Raimondo della Torre, patriarch of Aquileia (1273–1299) pacified the patriarchy, improved the social condition of the population and established relations of vassalage with the nobility. He freed numerous bondservants: welcomed by the patriarch in the Church of Aquileia, they were promoted to the rank of functionaries. As a fervent pastor, he devoted his energies to eradicating abuses, calling clerics to their duties. He convoked a provincial council in Aquileia for 1282, to which almost all the suffragans participated, except the bishops of Como and Mantua. The council concerned the reform of the clergy, the defense of the libertas Ecclesiae, the protection of the patriarch and various norms on the piety of the faithful. The decisions of the council were published in the several dioceses and remained in validity for a long time.

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