VIGILANTIUS


VIGILANTIUS
VIGILANTIUS
Hispanus, Praesul doctissimus, A. C. 406. Damnavit caelibatus necessitatem, reliquias martyrum adorandas non esse, nec ad eorum sepulchra in Ecclesiis vigilandum docuit. Cereos quoque frustra in templis clarâ luce accendi, monuit: Eleemosynas Hierosolymam mitti debere negavit, paulatim pauperibus distribuendas, non semel effundendas dicens: Monachorum denique in solitudinem fugam vituperavit. Cui quid respondeat Hieron. Vide illum in tract. advers. Vigilantium.

Hofmann J. Lexicon universale. 1698.

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