Bonagratia of Bergamo

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Not to be confused with Bonagratia of San Giovanni in Persiceto

Bonagratia of Bergamo[1] (c. 1265-1340) was a leading supporter of the Franciscan Spirituals from within the Franciscan movement. He was a well trained lawyer before entering the Franciscans,[2] and represented the Franciscans at the Papal Curia.[3] The Appellatio magna monacensis, an important manifesto of the group around Michael of Cesena, has been attributed to him.

He had been thrown in prison for his heretical views.[4]

References[edit]

  • Eva Luise Wittneben (2003), Bonagratia von Bergamo: Franziskanerjurist und Wortführer seines Ordens im Streit mit Papst Johannes XXII

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Boncortese de Bergamo, Bonagratia Bergamenus.
  2. ^ "Bonagratia Bergamoensis (Bonagrazia Boncortese/da Bergamo, ca. 1265 - 19, 06, 1340)". FRANCISCAN AUTHORS, 13TH - 18TH CENTURY: A CATALOGUE IN PROGRESS. 
  3. ^ A Critique of the Defender of Peace
  4. ^ "Bonagratia of Bergamo". Catholic Encyclopedia. 

 This article incorporates text from a publication now in the public domainHerbermann, Charles, ed. (1913). Catholic Encyclopedia. Robert Appleton Company.