How a Pope Refusing to Pay a Debt Angered a Population and Made Reformation Possible


A thousand little details led to the causes of the Reformation in Zurich.  One was Zwingli’s unwillingness to support mercenary service.  Another was the desire of the Council to expand its own authority vis-a-vis Rome.  Still another was the anger of the populace about a payment to the City that Rome never made.  Here are […]

How a Pope Refusing to Pay a Debt Angered a Population and Made Reformation Possible

Published by Vincent S Artale Jr

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