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    • had been raised to the level of a fine art. John of Salisbury, Bishop of
    • honor: he was called by the Franciscan, Heinrich von Virneberg, Archbishop
    • Venice. A few months later, the Archbishop of Cologne who already had had
    • Archbishop called in two experts in heresy, the Franciscans Benherus Friso
    • against him before the court of the Archbishop of Cologne. About three weeks
    • itinerant lay-preacher. The Bishop of Utrecht granted him a license as a
    • Cardinal. Two years later he was appointed Bishop of Britten.
    • personal protection of the great Hermann von Wied, Archbishop of Cologne,
    • he could pursue his work undisturbed and in peace. Archbishop Ernst of
    • bombast, fustian not to be paralleled,” and the celebrated English Bishop
    • von Rostock, who meanwhile had become Prince-Bishop of Breslau. Seven years
    • later the Prince-Bishop died suddenly, and a sadness settled upon Angelus

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