Diocesan Synods

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Synods Of Augsburg
... especially during periods of revival of religious and ecclesiastical life, synods were frequently convened by the bishops of Germany, and sometimes by those of individual ecclesiastical provinces ... emperor was, on the other, the superior protector of the Roman Church, these synods came to have no little importance in the general ecclesiastical and political development of Western ... Two general imperial synods were held in Augsburg ...
Cathedraticum - History
... inasmuch as such institutions fall under diocesan law ... episcopal visitation, but rather at the diocesan synod." It is owing to the custom of paying this tax at the synod that the name synodaticum has been given to it ... For although as a rule it is customary to do so in the synod, yet custom or agreement can place it at another time ...
Roman Catholic Archdiocese Of Wrocław - History - Within Bohemia
... He held two synods, in 1410 and 1415, with the object of securing a higher standard of ecclesiastical discipline and he settled the right of inheritance in the ... In 1446 he held a diocesan synod and died in the following year ... By wise economy Bishop Peter succeeded in bringing the diocesan finances into a better condition and was able to redeem the greater part of the church lands which his predecessor had been obliged to ...