A Companion to the Great Western Schism (1378-1417) (Brill's by Joelle Rollo-Koster; Thomas M. Izbicki (editors)

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While Pierre de Vergne announced the election from a window, the cardinal of Florence, prior of the cardinal-bishops, harangued Prignano with the words “Lord we elected you,” dressed him with the pontifical habit and regalia, and opened the doors of the Vatican for the public’s adoration of the new leader of Christianity. Cardinals asked the usual favors, and on Easter Sunday, 10 April 1378, ceremonies concluded with Prignano’s coronation. After Mass, the pope distributed indulgences from Saint Peter, gave his benediction to the Romans from the Basilica’s window, offered a sermon, distributed palms, and excommunicated the enemies of the Church (Florence in this case).

309. 56 If the traditional distribution of the Easter indulgence attracted pilgrims to the city, the forthcoming election and the papal advent only increased their number. 60 They often question the dedication of the conclave’s official guards who allowed such an overflow. But what seems to have specifically astonished the French cardinals was the social status of the guards of the conclave. 61 The cardinals’ narrative makes the inefficiency of the guards responsible for the troubles that surrounded the election.

50 The testimony of Aigrefeuille states, “Dico quod hoc unquam scivi vel audivi, salvo quod semel fuit michi relatum et pro vero assertum quod romani ad invicem consulterant et deliberaverant quod nomina certorum prelatorum italicorum et romanorum tunc Rome existentium ex quibus iste B. [Bartolomeo Prignano, future Urban VI] erat unus, in scriptis redigerent et servatis modis inter eos deliberatis de quibus speciale continetur incasu, mos requirerent ut alterum ex illi eligeremus”; Gayet, Le grand schisme: Pièces justificatives, p.

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