Thomas Netter of Walden

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Sometimes dubbed the last great medieval theologian, Thomas Netter was a Carmelite friar Saffron Walden in England. By the time of his death in 1430, his writings on theology, philosophy, Canon Law and Scripture had travelled across the Christian world, and a cult of sanctity quickly developed at the tomb of "blessed Thomas" in the French city and Rouen.
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    Netter's life and writings give an insight into the political, intellectual and ecclesiastical complexities of late medieval Europe. As a participant at the Coucils of Pisa and Constance and as a diplomat and confessor for the house of Lancaster, netter enjoyed great spiritual and political influence. Edited by Drs Johan Bergstrom-Allen and Richard Copsey

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