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Shepherd in Their Midst: The Episcopacy of Girolamo Seripando, 1554-1563
Francesco C. Cesareo
Girolamo Seripando (1493-1563) lived during a critical period in the history of the Roman Catholic Church, which saw the need for urgent reform, the spread of Protestantism, the disintegration of religious life, and preparations for a General Council. In light of this, he is often portrayed as one of the most eminent figures of pre-Tridentine and Tridentine reform. Historians of the 16th century have remembered him as a humanist theologian, reformer of the Augustinian Order, archbishop of Salerno, and legate of the Council of Trend. Curiously, however, his brief reign as archbishop of Salerno, which spanned the years 1554-1563, has received little attention among scholars. This work attempts to fill a void in Catholic Reformation studies by focusing exclusively on Seripando’s years as archibshop of Salerno. In shrink wrap.
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