Cantor (2)

Cantor (or Le Chantre, i.e. The Singer), GILLES (or JEGIDIUS), a Flemish fanatic, lived about 1411. He made some proselytes at Brussels and in Flanders, William of Hildenissen, a Carmelite, being one of those who accepted his doctrine. They took the title of Homines Intelligentiae (q.v.). Peter of Ailly, archbishop of Cambray, being informed of the progress of the sect, put forth his energy to suppress it. He cited William of Hildenissen, and condemned him to recant publicly. The retractments of t- hat heretic may be-found in the Miscellanea de. Blalze, ii, 277-297. See Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Generale, s.v.

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