By Sean T. Perrone
The Castilian meeting of the Clergy has been missed within the scholarship on church-state family members and consultant associations within the early glossy interval. This oversight has distorted our realizing of political perform, royal finance, and church-state family members in sixteenth-century Castile. by way of reading the negotiations for subsidies among the crown and the meeting, this publication illuminates the dynamics among church and country and the bounds of royal keep watch over over the church, and it demanding situations long-held conventions concerning the monolithic constitution of the Spanish church and its subservience to the crown. The negotiations for subsidies additionally show the significance of consensus within the political technique and the way the meeting sustained itself and its privileges for hundreds of years via collaboration with the crown.
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See Alonso Pérez de Lara, Compendio de las Tres Gracias de la Santa Cruzada, Subsidio y Excusado (Madrid, 1610), Book 1, pp. 18–19; Martínez Millán and Carlos Morales, “Los origenes,” pp. 931–932. 25 AGS, E leg. 25, f. 174. 24 chapter one by ecclesiastical courts. The Comisario General could allow priests to celebrate Mass at non-canonical hours in oratories and authorize private Masses in oratories during an interdict. He also had authority to grant dispensations for marriages within four grades of consanguinity.
65 Carpintero, “La congregación,” pp. 43–44; ACS, Sec. IX, leg. 111, n. 1, ff. 6–7; BN 3/14341 “Assientos de la congregación que celebraron las santas iglesias . . desde 19 noviembre de 1637 hasta 28 de junio de 1639,” f. 18. 66 ACS, Sec. II, lib. 1157 (77), Session, February 25, 1530. The secular clergy apparently felt that it was inappropriate for regular clergy to evaluate their churches. 67 ACT, AC lib. 5 f. 35v (of small book). 68 ACS, Sec. I, lib. 13, ff. 270, 279, 282, and 288; ACG, leg.
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