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  • Pero además, como dice Desde la Fe, todos aquellos que no estamos de acuerdo con que la Iglesia Católica pretenda gobernar nuestras vidas y conciencias somos “unos talibanes laicos”, que obstaculizamos su derecho a expresarse (¿?).

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  • Ante aquellos que quieren dominarnos y nos llaman "talibanes laicos" cuando los criticamos, tenemos que oponer nuestro discurso y nuestras ganas de ser diferentes.

    Recuerda recuerda, el 12 de julio...

  • Clericos laicos (1296), which forbade clergy to give up property without papal approval, and Unam sanctam (1302), which declared that secular power is in the service of, and subject to, papal authority.

    John Wyclif's Political Philosophy

  • The bull Clericis laicos (1296) forbade secular rulers to levy taxes on the clergy without papal consent (See 1296).

    1270

  • The bull Clericis laicos, designed to stop the war between France and England by depriving the belligerents of their main financial resources, forbade the payment of taxes by the clergy to lay rulers without papal consent (a vain attempt to maintain a medieval custom in the face of rising national states).

    1294-1303

  • Winchelsea, archbishop of Canterbury, in accordance with the bull Clericis laicos, led the clergy in refusing a grant to the crown.

    1272-1307

  • Lower down the mountain there is a building containing over twenty most faithful lay brothers [laicos], who work for them.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 3: Brownson-Clairvaux

  • "Salvator Mundi" he withdrew the indults by which the French king collected canonically ecclesiastical revenue for the defence of the kingdom, i. e., he re-established in vigour the "Clericis laicos" and in the famous Bull "Ausculta Fili" (Listen, O Son) of 5 Dec.,

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 2: Assizes-Browne

  • In the meantime numerous protests from the French clergy moved the pope to action, and with the approval of his cardinals he published (24 Feb., 1296) the Bull "Clericis laicos", in which he forbade the laity to exact or receive, and the clergy to give up, ecclesiastical revenues or property, without permission of the

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 2: Assizes-Browne

  • VIII of the Bull "Clericis laicos", in the days of Edward I and

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 5: Diocese-Fathers of Mercy

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