Pope Innocent III

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Pope Innocent III (1198–1216) in early papal tiara, Fresco at the cloister Sacro Speco, about 1219.

Pope Innocent III depicted wearing the pallium in a fresco at the Sacro Speco Cloister

In 1209 Francis of Assisi requested permission from Pope Innocent III to found the first order of mendicant friars, who would own no property and depend directly on the charity of the people for their livelihood. Though initially skeptical, the Pope later dreamed he saw Francis propping up a crumbling Church, which he understood as a metaphor for all Catholicism. This dream occurred, according to tradition, on April 16, 1210 and constituted the official founding of the Franciscan order.

Rebuild My Church: The Dream of Pope Innocent

Giotto di Bondone (Italian artist, Legend of St Francis: Dream of Innocent III (Upper Church, San Francesco, Assisi) -

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Innocent III bas-relief in the U. House of Representatives chamber - Rooms-Katholieke Kerk - Paus Innocentius III

Pope Innocent III

Pope Innocent III - Powerful Medieval Pontiff

Pope Innocent III, Lotario de’ Conti of the Marsi…. Pope Innocent III, Lotario de’ Conti of the Marsi……

June 16 - Pope Innocent III - Nobility and Analogous Traditional Elites

June 16 - Pope Innocent III - Nobility and Analogous Traditional Elites

Pope Innocent III - Fourth Lateran Council 1215 (Albigensian Crusade)

Pope Innocent III - Fourth Lateran Council 1215 (Albigensian Crusade)

St. John of Matha receiving the approved Order from Pope Innocent III

June 16 - Pope Innocent III - Nobility and Analogous Traditional Elites

1181/82-1226.Life of Francis of Assisi. Sassetta.Pope Innocent III Accords Recognition to the Franciscan Order. 1437-44. Private collection.

of Francis of Assisi.Pope Innocent III Accords Recognition to the Franciscan Private collection.

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In Pope Innocent III opened an attack on Cathar heretics who believed in a world in which God and Satan, both having supernatural powe.

GIOTTO DI BONDONE  (Italian, c. 1267-1337)  Francis as a Pillar of the Church (The Dream of Pope Innocent III)  c. 1296-98  Detail  Fresco  Upper Church of San Francesco, Assisi

Giotto di Bondone, Francis as a Pillar of the Church (The Dream of Pope Innocent III) c. Fresco Upper Church of San Francesco, Assisi.

The horror of the Inquisitions "Anyone who attempts to construe a personal view of God which conflicts with Church dogma must be burned without pity." - Pope Innocent III

("The Light Bringer") "Anyone who attempts to construe a personal view of God which conflicts with Church dogma must be burned without pity." - Pope Innocent III ("For our god is a consuming fire.

Dream of Pope Innocent III *Lotario de' Conti di Segni (1160/1161-1216) Miniature from Harley 2356   f. 8v.  Psalter Hours with a calendar, litany, and prayers.

Dream of Pope Innocent III *Lotario de' Conti di Segni Miniature from Harley 2356 f. Psalter Hours with a calendar, litany, and prayers.

Vision of Pope Innocent III on the arrival of Saint John Of Matha and Saint Felix Of Valois / Visión del papa Inocencio III sobre la llegada de San Juan de Mata y San Félix de Valois // End of the 16th century - First third of the 17th century // Vicente Carducho // #SaintJeanDeMatha #SaintFélixdeValois

Vision of Pope Innocent III on the arrival of Saint John Of Matha and Saint Felix Of Valois / Visión del papa Inocencio III sobre la llegada de San Juan de Mata y San Félix de Valois // End of the 16th century - First third of the 17th century // Vicente Carducho // #SaintJeanDeMatha #SaintFélixdeValois

The Canterbury cartulary contains various papal and imperial privileges, including the confirmation of a privilege granted by Pope Innocent III and correspondence between Calixtus II (r. 1119–1124) and Henry V (r. 1111–1125), the Holy Roman Emperor, relating to the investiture controversy. Harley_ms_337_f001r

The Canterbury cartulary contains various papal and imperial privileges, including the confirmation of a privilege granted by Pope Innocent III and correspondence between Calixtus II (r. 1119–1124) and Henry V (r. 1111–1125), the Holy Roman Emperor, relating to the investiture controversy. Harley_ms_337_f001r

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