Gregory IX


Also found in: Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.

Gregory IX

n
(Biography) original name Ugolino of Segni. ?1148–1241, pope (1227–41). He excommunicated and waged war against Emperor Frederick II
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
In addition, he received patronage from several English prelates, the French king, Lewis IX, and from Pope Gregory IX.
Already venerated even before his death, Francis took the fast track to sainthood; work on the basilica began in 1228, the same year he was canonized by Pope Gregory IX, a mere two years after his death.
By 1234, Pope Gregory IX had declared that no person could legitimately be canonized without the authority of the pope.
Frederick aroused the opposition of such subsequent popes as Gregory IX and Innocent IV, tenaciously administering the German territories and southern Italy until the end of his life.
It depicts Pope Gregory IX approving the Vatical Decretals - with a spitting image of Stallone looking on.
Student Anthony Zonfrell, 20, couldn't believe his eyes when he visited the Vatican City and saw a fresco by Raphael Sylvester with Pope Gregory IX in it.
Pope Gregory IX named him to the College of Cardinals in 1239.
It was Pope Gregory IX, in conjunction with the canonization of St.
One such convert from Judaism to Christianity, Nicholas Donin, persuaded Pope Gregory IX to issue a bill that required burning the books of the Talmud.
There is no explicit reference to the stigmata in the canonization bull (Mira circa nos) promulgated by Gregory IX (1227-1241); as A.
Popes Alexander III, Urban III, and Gregory IX also issued statements reiterating the previous condemnations.
A few years later the vexatious case was taken to Rome for the first time but Pope Gregory IX threw it back to the Archbishop of Canterbury.