Pope Paul III born Alessandro Farnese, was Pope from 13 October 1534 to his
death in 1549. .... of circumstances compelled him to do the Emperor's will and
accept the ecclesiastical measures ado...
Italian noble who was the last of the Renaissance popes (reigned 1534–49) and
the first pope of the Counter-Reformation. The worldly Paul III was a notable
patron of the arts and... ... Note: we do not allow links to external resources in
editor. ... Although a prelate, Alessandro did not become an ordained priest until
Paul III 1468-1549, pope (1534-49), a Roman named Alessandro Farnese;
successor of Clement VII. He was created cardinal by Alexander VI, and his...
POPE PAUL III (Alessandro Farnese), Pope from 1534 to 1549, was born on the
28th of February 1468, of an old and distinguished family. As a pupil of the ...
Not until Paul III became pope in 1534 did the Roman Catholic church receive
the leadership it needed to coordinate these impulses and meet the challenge of
Pope Paul III and the Defence of Rome. The cardinals who met in Rome in
October 1534 to choose the successor of Pope Clement VII did not have many
What the Catholic reformers did was simply to recognize the accomplished fact
and by ... Many distinguished men saw the needs of the church and tried early to
do ... The first pope of the Catholic Reformation was probably Paul III (1534-49).
Alessandro Farnese became Pope Paul III in 1534 and immediately came ...
decided that if he was going to be a bishop and a cardinal, he ought to do it
properly. ... Basically, the Council said that everything the Church said and did
was right, ...
Jan 23, 2010 ... How did Pope Paul III, the council of Trent, and the Jesuits contribute to ... Under
Pope Julius III, the council met in Trent (1551-1552) for the twelfth .... If the
Human race discovered how to travel out into the stars do we have a ...
Jun 26, 2013 ... Pope Paul III (1534-1549) initiated the Council of Trent (1545-1547, 1551-1552,
.... Not only did they make the Church more effective, but they also .... "the
corresponding doctrinal condemnations of the sixteenth century do not ...