Clerieis Laicos

Clerieis Laicos is the title of a bull issued by Boniface VIII in the year 1296, pronouncing all princes and nobles under ban who demanded tribute under any form from the Church and clergy, and placing under the same condemnation all who paid such tribute. This bull was aimed at Philip the Fair of France, who demanded that the clergy, in common with all other classes, should contribute money towards defraying the expenses of his wars.

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