William of Aria

William of Aria a goldsmith of Paris, flourished about the beginning of the 13th century. He stood forth as a preacher of the sect of the Holy Ghost, and announced the coming of judgments on a corrupt Church, and the inauguration of a new era in which the Holy Ghost was to permeate all. See Neander, Hist. of the Church, 4:448.

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