Synod of Verona
The Synod of Verona was held in 1184 under the auspices of Pope Lucius III. It is most notable for condemning the Waldensians under the charge of witchcraft; the charge was later amended to include heresy. The Synod of Verona condemns Cathars, and Waldensians as heretics.
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