Thomas Arundel
Thomas Arundel
    Thomas Arundel
     Catholic_Encyclopedia Thomas Arundel
    Sixtieth Archbishop of Canterbury, second son of Robert, Earl of Arundel and Warren, b. 1353; d. 19 February, 1414. In 1374, while only in his twenty-second year, he was promoted from the archdeaconry of Taunton to the See of Ely. Made chancellor, 24 October, 1386, he was translated from Ely to York in 1388, and thence, by papal provision, to Canterbury, 25 September, 1396, when he resigned the chancellorship. In the second year after his translation he incurred the displeasure of King Richard II, was attainted of high treason, and banished, together with his brother, Richard Earl of Arundel, and the Duke of Gloucester. He retired, first to France, then to the papal court, where he was well received by Boniface IX, who conferred upon him the Archbishopric of St. Andrews. On the accession of Henry IV, Roger Walden, his successor in the primatial see, was declared a usurper, and Arundel restored, 21 October, 1399, Walden being translated to London. He is conspicuous as having taken a strong stand against the Lollards whose new doctrine he, in company with the bishops of the province, petitioned Rome to condemn, and on account of his sturdy assertion of Transubstantiation and the prerogatives and divine institution of the Papacy.
    Godwin, De Praesulibus Angliae; Hook, Archbishops of Canterbury; Le Neve, Ecclesiastical Dignitaries; Lyndwood, Provinciale; Wilkins, Concilia.
    F. AVELING
    Transcribed by William D. Neville

The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume VIII. — New York: Robert Appleton Company. . 1910.


Catholic encyclopedia.

Look at other dictionaries:

  • Thomas Arundel — (1353 19 de febrero de 1414) fue Arzobispo de Canterbury en 1397 y desde 1399 hasta su muerte, oponente de los Lolardos. Thomas Arundel Arzobispo de Canterbury Consagración episcopal 1396 Nacimiento 1353 Fallecimiento 19 de febrero de 1414 …   Wikipedia Español

  • Thomas Arundel — Infobox Archbishop of Canterbury Full name = Thomas Arundel caption=Medieval tapestry showing Thomas Arundel reading a bull to his flock. birth name = consecration = Translated in 1396 began=unknown term start = 1397 term end = 19 February 1414… …   Wikipedia

  • Thomas Arundel —  Pour l’article homonyme, voir Thomas Howard (14e comte d Arundel).  Thomas Arundel (1353 1414), fut un archevêque de Cantorbéry en 1397 et à partir de 1399 jusqu à sa mort. Il s opposa violemment aux lollards. Biographie Il était le… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Thomas Arundel (disambiguation) — Thomas Arundel or Arundell may refer to: *Thomas Arundel (1353 1414), archbishop of Canterbury and opponent of the Lollards *Thomas FitzAlan, 12th Earl of Arundel, (1381–1415), English nobleman, opponent of King Richard II *Thomas Arundell of… …   Wikipedia

  • Thomas FitzAlan, 12th Earl of Arundel — KG (October 13, 1381 – October 13, 1415) was an English nobleman, one of the principals of the deposition of Richard II, and a major figure during the reign of Henry IV. Lineage He was the only surviving son of Richard Fitzalan, 11th Earl of… …   Wikipedia

  • Thomas Howard d'Arundel — Pour les articles homonymes, voir Thomas Arundel et Thomas Howard. Portrait de Thomas Howard et de sa femme Alathea Talbot par …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Arundel (disambiguation) — Arundel is a town in England. Arundel may also refer to: Contents 1 Locations and districts 2 People 3 Arts Culture …   Wikipedia

  • Arundel — bezeichnet Earl of Arundel, einen Grafentitel in England Arundel (West Sussex), eine englische Stadt Arundel (Insel), eine Insel der Salomonen Arundel (Neuseeland), einen Ort in Neuseeland Orte in den Vereinigten Staaten: Arundel (Delaware)… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • ARUNDEL (T. F.) — ARUNDEL THOMAS FITZALAN (1353 1414) Archevêque de Canterbury et chancelier d’Angleterre. Le père de Thomas Arundel, Richard est un des cinq régents du royaume en 1355; son frère aîné, Richard, est membre du Conseil royal pendant la minorité de… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Arundel (Angleterre) — Arundel …   Wikipédia en Français

Share the article and excerpts

Direct link
Do a right-click on the link above
and select “Copy Link”