Amolo or Amulo

Amolo or Amulo archbishop of Lyons, A.D. 841, was one of the opponents of Gotteschalcus, but seems to have been of a different spirit from some of them, Hincmar especially. He wrote,

1. An Epistle to Theobald, about certain pretended relics of saints and the false miracles which were promulgated by the scoundrels who sold them. Amolo declared it all imposture.

2. To Gotteschalcus, an epistle (Sismondi, Opera, 2, 893) written with a great deal of brotherly love, and declaring that "God had predestinated no man to damnation." Also "Opuscula duo de Praedestinatione," to be found in Bib. Max. Patr. 14, 329.

 
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