Council of Soissons
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Council of Soissons

There have been several Catholic Church synods called the Council of Soissons:


  1. ^ This is called Suessionense II in J.-D. Mansi (ed.), Sacrorum conciliorum nova et amplissima collectio editio novissima XIV (Venice 1769), pp. 977-996. The Council met at the Abbey of Saint Medard in Soissons, beginning on 22 April 853, in the presence of King Charles the Bald; fifty-two bishops, led by Hincmar of Reims, participated. The Council produced thirteen canons. C.J. Hefele, Histoire des conciles Tome V (Paris: Adrien Leclerc 1870), pp. 388-392.
  2. ^ Cunningham (1836), p. 312, n. 6.


  • Cunningham, Francis (1836), Text-book of Ecclesiastical History by J.C.I. Gieseler, II (3rd ed.), Philadelphia: Carey, Lea, & Blanchard [A translation of the original German version]. (in English) & (in Latin)

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