Summis Desiderantes

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Personally I think that his issuing of Summis Desiderantes was an attempt to better his "approval ratings". Innocent's papacy was littered with scandals and secrets. Before being elected as pope, Innocent had three children from different mothers. This was not announced until his position as pope had been secured...
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This was not announced until his position as pope had been secured. He was not a wealthy man; however he insisted on living like one. He had many new offices created within the church only to be auctioned off to the highest bidder; this put rich people in charge of the church rather than the religious leaders of the time (atheism...
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