Like much of this area of southern France it is steeped in history and owes its name to the violent repression meted out in the 13th century by members of the Roman Catholic Church to Albigensians
- the followers of Catharism, a religious sect, and hence the phrase the Albigensian
Tenders are invite for Realization of the Studies of Master Plans of Sanitation of the Sewage and Rainwater of the Community of Agglomeration of the Albigensian
As the world around her erupts into the Albigensian
Crusade, Elmina finds herself complicit in its horror, and her spiritual and emotional life begins to unravel.
Bernard and his Cistercians attempted to address the predominantly Albigensian
To control those already organized in opposition against it, the Church worked aggressively to extirpate entrenched heresy through various repressive measures: prohibitions, anathemas, inquisitorial processes, and the Albigensian
Crusade, all aiming to strike at these resilient new sects.
Philosopher John Kekes cites the institutionalized religious culture and society of thirteenth-century Europe, specifically the brutal Albigensian
Crusades against the Cathars in southern France, initiated by Pope Innocent III, as a definitive example of Evil's cruel excess--the very opposite of the import of the Good Samaritan Parable--in which outsiders (the Cathars) before the Letter of Papal Authority were brutally hunted down, tortured, and exterminated.
Dominic in France in 1206 by the Virgin Mary to combat the Albigensian
The kind of Catholicism that appealed most strongly to [Ford's] imagination was the Albigensian
Just like the Catholics during the religious wars of the XVIth and XVIIth centuries against the Protestants, and before that in the XIIIth century against the Cathars in the Albigensian
Crusade, and again during the Inquisition.
Bisson, "Unheroed Pasts: History and Commemoration in South Frankland before the Albigensian
Crusades", Speculum, 65, 1990, 281-308, en la p.
John France investigates the altered political environment produced by the Albigensian
This view of orthodoxy will therefore change a Christian understanding of its own thought regarding heresy to something quite different than that of the church during, for example, the thirteenth-century Albigensian
Crusade, which resulted in the deaths of tens of thousands of people deemed heretical.