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  1. Papal Power, Popular Piety, & the Pontificate of Innocent III Pope Innocent III

  2. Papal Power, Popular Piety, & the Pontificate of Innocent III I. Centralization of Papal Power

  3. Papal Power, Popular Piety, & the Pontificate of Innocent III I. Centralization of Papal Power A. Canon Law

  4. Gratian’s Decretum

  5. Papal Power, Popular Piety, & the Pontificate of Innocent III I. Centralization of Papal Power A. Canon Law B. Papal Curia: Centralized Administration

  6. Papal Power, Popular Piety, & the Pontificate of Innocent III I. Centralization of Papal Power A. Canon Law B. Papal Curia: Centralized Administration II. Popular Religion

  7. Papal Power, Popular Piety, & the Pontificate of Innocent III I. Centralization of Papal Power A. Canon Law B. Papal Curia: Centralized Administration II. Popular Religion A. Saints, Relics, & Pilgrimage

  8. Salve Regina (English translation): Hail, holy Queen, Mother of Mercy! Our life, our sweetness, & our hope. To thee we cry, poor banished children of Eve; to thee we send up our sighs, mourning & weeping in this valley of tears. Turn, then, most gracious advocate, thy merciful eyes upon us; & after this our exile show us the blessed fruit of thy womb, Jesus. O merciful, O loving, O sweet Virgin Mary!

  9. Pilgrims en route to Canterbury

  10. Papal Power, Popular Piety, & the Pontificate of Innocent III I. Centralization of Papal Power A. Canon Law B. Papal Curia: Centralized Administration II. Popular Religion A. Saints, Relics, & Pilgrimage B. The Bible and Preaching

  11. Papal Power, Popular Piety, & the Pontificate of Innocent III I. Centralization of Papal Power A. Canon Law B. Papal Curia: Centralized Administration II. Popular Religion A. Saints, Relics, & Pilgrimage B. The Bible and Preaching C. The Sacramental System

  12. Papal Power, Popular Piety, & the Pontificate of Innocent III I. Centralization of Papal Power A. Canon Law B. Papal Curia: Centralized Administration II. Popular Religion A. Saints, Relics, & Pilgrimage B. The Bible and Preaching C. The Sacramental System III. The Pontificate of Innocent III (1198-1216)

  13. Papal Power, Popular Piety, & the Pontificate of Innocent III I. Centralization of Papal Power A. Canon Law B. Papal Curia: Centralized Administration II. Popular Religion A. Saints, Relics, & Pilgrimage B. The Bible and Preaching C. The Sacramental System III. The Pontificate of Innocent III (1198-1216) A. View of Papal Supremacy

  14. Regarding papal supremacy: “As God, the creator of the universe, set 2 great lights in the firmament of heaven, the greater light to rule the day, & the lesser light to rule the night so He set 2 great dignities in the firmament of the universal church...the greater to rule the day, that is, souls, & the lesser to rule the night, that is, bodies. These dignities are the papal authority & the royal power. And just as the moon gets her light from the sun, & is inferior to the sun...so the royal power gets the splendor of its dignity from the papal authority.” Pope Innocent III

  15. Papal Power, Popular Piety, & the Pontificate of Innocent III I. Centralization of Papal Power A. Canon Law B. Papal Curia: Centralized Administration II. Popular Religion A. Saints, Relics, & Pilgrimage B. The Bible and Preaching C. The Sacramental System III. The Pontificate of Innocent III (1198-1216) A. View of Papal Supremacy B. Intervention in Political Affairs

  16. Papal Power, Popular Piety, & the Pontificate of Innocent III I. Centralization of Papal Power A. Canon Law B. Papal Curia: Centralized Administration II. Popular Religion A. Saints, Relics, & Pilgrimage B. The Bible and Preaching C. The Sacramental System III. The Pontificate of Innocent III (1198-1216) A. View of Papal Supremacy B. Intervention in Political Affairs C. Accomplishments of Fourth Lateran Council

  17. Accomplishments of Fourth Lateran Council

  18. Example of Innocent III’s decrees on marriage: 3. To Ramón de Rocaberti, Archbishop of Tarragona Your fraternity has asked what you should do in a certain case, namely that B. de Belloloco and his wife Agnes had mutually sworn an oath that they would never ask for marital relations from the other. Now B. has asked her to return to the marriage bed insistently; she however has affirmed that she would rather become a Sarracen and lose her soul than return to him. The adulterous relationship in which she lived after she left B, she willingly abandoned afterwards, and, subsequently, both the husband and wife promised and swore an oath of chastity. We respond to your fraternity's question and through apostolic letters mandate that you warn both parties to observe continence and that you induce them both if they want to promise continence, you will send them both away without the other to live separately. However, if the man does not want to promise continence, you should compel the wife to return to him and live with him as his wife under threat of excommunication without appeal. She had, after all, committed two crimes: swearing a rash oath and adultery. Pope Innocent III Written on the 20 June, 1203 at Ferentino