Durand of Huesca

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Durand of Huesca (c. 1160 – 1224) was a Spanish Waldensian, who converted in 1207 to Catholicism.[1] He became a Catholic theologian, author of a Liber Antihaeresis against the Cathars, which is considered perhaps the best primary source on early Waldensian thought.[2] He is attributed a role in founding the Poor Catholics, a preaching order and precursor of later mendicant orders.

References[edit]

  • Grau Torras, Sergi (2009). "Durand de Huesca y la lucha contra el catarismo en la Corona de Aragón". Anuario de Estudios Medievales 39 (1): 3–25.
  • Hoose, Adam L. (2014). "Durán of Huesca (c. 1160–1230): A Waldensian Seeking a Remedy to Heresy". Journal of Religious History 38 (2): 173–89.
  • Kaelber, L.F. (2010). Schools of Asceticism: Ideology and Organization in Medieval Religious Communities. Pennsylvania State University Press. ISBN 978-0-271-04327-2. Retrieved 14 July 2017.
  • Thouzellier, Christine (1964). Une somme anti-cathare: le Liber contra Manicheos de Durand de Huesca.

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Raoul Vaneigem
  2. ^ Kaelber 2010, p. 131,137.

External links[edit]

  • (in Spanish) [1]
  • (in Italian) [2]