This and a similar crisis in France were settled by a compromise. Election by the cathedral chapter was to be free; lay investiture was waived, but homage before the bestowal of the fief was allowed. Meanwhile Paschal, at odds with the German king Henry V, who was demanding imperial coronation, suddenly offered to renounce all church property held by the king if lay investiture were also abandoned. Henry accepted, but the bishops refused the terms; thereupon the King seized the Pope who, under duress, allowed lay investiture.
Absolute Poverty of Christ and Apostolic Poverty Pope John XXII was determined to suppress what he considered to be the excesses of the Spirituals, who contended eagerly for the view that Christ and his apostles had possessed absolutely nothing, citing Exiit qui seminat in support of their view.
The experts disagreed among themselves, but the majority condemned the idea on the grounds that it would condemn the Church's right to have possessions. On 12 Novemberhe issued the bull Quum inter nonnullos,  which declared "erroneous and heretical" the doctrine that Christ and his apostles had no possessions whatever.
InLouis the Bavarian sided with the Spirituals and accused the Pope of heresy. In reply to the argument of his opponents that Nicholas III's bull Exiit qui seminat was fixed and irrevocable, John XXII issued the bull Quia quorundam on 10 November in which he declared that it cannot be inferred from the words of the bull that Christ and the apostles had nothing, adding: The Franciscan chapter that opened in Bologna on 28 May reelected Michael of Cesena, who two days before had escaped with his companions from Avignon.
Only a small part of the Franciscan Order joined the opponents of John XXII, and at a general chapter held in Paris in the majority of all the houses declared their submission to the Pope. InAntipope Nicholas V submitted, followed later by the ex-general Michael, and finally, just before his death, by Ockham.
He continued this argument for a time in sermons while he was pope, although he never taught it in official documents. He eventually backed down from his position, and agreed that those who died in grace do indeed immediately enjoy the beatific vision.
Role in witchcraft persecution[ edit ] Although, according to Alan C. Kors, Pope John XXII was a "brilliant organizer and administrator" and the thought of witchcraft seemed to be in its early stages at this point, Kors states the pope had a personal reason for setting out to stop witchcraft.
Kors points to the fact that Pope John had been the victim of an assassination attempt via poisoning and sorcery. The letter went on to describe the actions of those who would be seen as witches and extended power to the Inquisition for the prosecution of any and all cases that fit any part of the description laid out in the letter.
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Pope John XXII (Latin: Ioannes XXII; – 4 December ), born Jacques Duèze (or d'Euse), was Pope from 7 August to his death in He was the second and longest-reigning Avignon Pope, elected by the Conclave of Cardinals, which was assembled in Lyon through the work of King Louis X's brother Philip, the Count of Poitiers, later King Philip V of France.
There is an unbroken line of popes of the Roman Catholic Church extending from Saint Peter, the Apostle to the present day.
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