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The Fifth Lateran Council (1512-17), whose 500th anniversary is being commemorated, has left a legacy little studied by scholars. The council’s status as an ecumenical council was questioned by its opponents and its decrees ignored, resisted, or only slowly implemented.

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The council’s status as an ecumenical council was questioned by its . Reform Proposals (1513) of Stefano Taleazzi for the Fifth Lateran Council.

The council’s status as an ecumenical council was questioned by its opponents and its decrees ignored, resisted, or only slowly implemented.

The council's status as an ecumenical council was questioned by its opponents and its decrees ignored .

The council's status as an ecumenical council was questioned by its opponents and its decrees ignored resisted or only slowly implemented.

He also gave the opening oration in 1512 at the Fifth Lateran Council . Minnich provides an extensive discussion of the council’s attempted reforms, including the efforts of Giles and the Dominican Master.

He also gave the opening oration in 1512 at the Fifth Lateran Council, which attempted to reform the Church. This collection, based on a 2012 conference, addresses these and other aspects of Giles’s life and thought. The third group (Norman Tanner, Anna Modigliani, Filippo Lovison, Nelson H. Minnich, and Gianluca Pilara) focuses on the Lateran Council and Rome in that time.

MINNICH, N, H,: THE FIFTH LATERAN COUNCIL (1512-17), STUDIES ON ITS MEMBERSHIP, DIPLOMACY AND PROPOSALS FOR REFORMATION, ALDERSHOT, HANTS,, 1993, viii 342 p, Encuadernacion original, Nuevo,