Sienna, Council of

Sienna, Council Of

(Concilium Senense), was held first at Pavia, and subsequently translated to Sienna (a central province of Italy, in Tuscany), June 22, 1423. :This council lasted till Feb. 26, 1424, and many sessions Were held. Among the acts is a decree against the heresies previously condemned at Constance, and against all aiding and abetting the Wycliffites and Hussites. Indulgence was granted to their persecutors. The question of a reunion with - the Greek Church was also debated, and its further consideration postponed. It was determined that everything relating to the reformation of the Church should be referred to the council about to be held at Basle. See Mansi, 12:365.

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