Odo of Châteauroux (born ca. 1190, Châteauroux – died on January 25, 1273 in Orvieto) was a French theologian and scholastic philosopher, papal legate and Cardinal. Châteauroux is the capital of the Indre department in central France and the second-largest town in Berry, after Bourges. Events 41 - After a night of negotiation Claudius is accepted as Roman Emperor by the Senate Orvieto is a city in southwestern Umbria, Italy situated on the flat summit of a large butte of A Papal Legate – from the Latin authentic Roman title Legatus – is a personal representative of the Pope to Foreign nations or to some part of the Catholic A cardinal is a senior ecclesiastical official usually a bishop, of the Catholic Church. He was “an experienced preacher and promoter of crusades”. Over 1000 of his sermons survive.
He preached crusade in 1226. He was chancellor of the University of Paris 1238-1244, Cistercian abbot of Ourscamp, then abbot of Grandselve. The historic University of Paris (Université de Paris first appeared in the second half of the 13th century Grandselve Abbey ( Abbaye de Notre Dame de Grandselve) was a Cistercian monastery in south-west France at Bouillac Tarn-et-Garonne. .
He was involved in the aftermath of the Paris disputation of 1240, and subsequent condemnation of the Talmud. The Talmud ( Hebrew: he תַּלְמוּד is a record of Rabbinic discussions pertaining to Jewish law, ethics, customs and history He was made cardinal-bishop of Frascati (1244), and legate, and was sent to preach crusade in France by Pope Innocent IV. Pope Innocent IV, born Sinibaldo Fieschi was Pope from June 28, 1243 to December 7, 1254. He accompanied Louis IX of France on the Sixth Crusade, and is mentioned by Joinville, returning in 1254, via Cyprus. The Sixth Crusade started in 1228 as an attempt to reconquer Jerusalem. Joinville is a City in Santa Catarina, in the Southern Region of Brazil. Cyprus (Κύπρος transliterated: Kýpros,; Kıbrıs officially the Republic of Cyprus (Κυπριακή Δημοκρατία Kypriakī́ Dīmokratía Dean of the Sacred College of Cardinals from December 1254 and Camerlengo of the Holy Roman Church in 1270. The Dean of the Sacred College of Cardinals is the President of the College of Cardinals in the Roman Catholic Church, and as such always holds the rank
He brought back relics, which he gave to Viterbo, Tournai and Neuvy-Saint-Sépulcre, Indre, France. Viterbo is an ancient city and Comune in the Lazio region of central Italy, the capital of the Province of Viterbo. Tournai (in Dutch Doornik, in Latin: Tornacum) is a Walloon City and municipality of Belgium Neuvy-Saint-Sépulchre is a commune in the Indre department in central France. Indre is a department in the center of France named after the Indre River. This article is about the country For a topic outline on this subject see List of basic France topics. He also consecrated relics in the Sainte-Chapelle. La Sainte-Chapelle (The Holy Chapel is a Gothic Chapel on the Île de la Cité in the heart of Paris, France. He led the enquiry into the canonization of Richard of Chichester. "Saint Richard" redirects here For other saints with this name see Saint Richard (disambiguation Saint Richard of Chichester In 1270, on the death of Louis XI, he announced official mourning for the whole of Christendom.
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- Callebant, A. August Potthast ( August 13, 1824 &ndash February 13, 1898 in Leobschütz) German Historian, was born at , Le sermon historique d’Eudes de Châteauroux à Paris, le 18 mars 1229. Autour de l'origine du grève universitaire et de l’enseignement des mendiants, Archivum Franciscanum Historicum, 28 (1936), 81–114.
- Fortunato Iozzelli (1994), Odo da Châteauroux: politica e religione nei sermoni inediti
- C. T. Maier, Crusade and rhetoric against the Muslim colony of Lucera: Eudes of Chateauroux's Sermones de Rebellione Sarracenorum Lucherie in Apulia, Journal of Medieval History, Volume 21, Number 4, December 1995 , pp. 343-385 (abstract)
- Alexis Charansonnet, Du Berry en Curie. La carrière du Cardinal Eudes de Châteauroux (1190?-1273) et son reflet dans sa prédication, Rev. Hist. Égl. France 86 (2000), 5-37
- ^ Odo of Tusculum, Odon de Tusculum, Otho de Tusculum, Odo de Châteauroux, Odon de Châteauroux, Eudes de Châteauroux, Odo de Castroradulpho, Odo de Castro Radulphi, Odo Gallus, Ottone , de Castro Rodolfi, Oddone di Castro Radulfi, Ottone de Castel Ridolfi, Ottone di Tuscolo.
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- ^ Nicole Bériou, La prédication de croisade de Philippe le Chancelier et d'Eudes de Châteauroux en 1226, in La prédication en pays d'Oc (XIIe-début XVe siècle), Toulouse, Privat, 1997, p. 85-109.
- ^ Charles H. Haskins, The University of Paris in the Sermons of the Thirteenth Century, The American Historical Review, Vol. Charles Homer Haskins (1870-1937 was an American historian of the Middle Ages, and advisor to US President Woodrow Wilson. 10, No. 1 (Oct. , 1904), pp. 1-27.
- ^ , French. Odo of Ourscamp is a different figure, of the twelfth century.
- ^ After the disputation a tribunal was appointed to pass judgment upon the Talmud, among its members being Eudes de Chateauroux, Chancellor of the University of Paris; Guillaume d'Auvergne, Bishop of Paris; and the Inquisitor Henri de Cologne. After the same rabbis had been heard a second time, the Talmud was condemned to be burned. Two years after (in the middle of 1242) twenty-four cartloads of Hebrew books were solemnly burned at Paris. [. . . ] A little later, while at Lyons, the pope listened to the complaints of the Jews, and in 1247 he asked Eudes de Chateauroux to examine the Talmud from the Jewish standpoint, and to ascertain whether it might not be tolerated as harmless to the Christian faith, and whether the copies which had been confiscated might not be returned to their owners. The rabbis had represented to him that without the aid of the Talmud they could not understand the Bible or the rest of their statutes. Eudes informed the pope that the change of attitude involved in such a decision would be wrongly interpreted; and on May 15, 1248, the Talmud was condemned for the second time. (From 1906 Jewish Encyclopedia, article France); A long list of errors and blasphemies contained the Talmud was compiled by Eudes de Chateauroux, much in the same manner as philosophical errors would also be condemned. 
- ^ . He is given also as bishop of Toulouse and bishop of Maguelonne.
- ^ Steven Runciman, A History of the Crusades III p. Sir James Cochran Stevenson Runciman CH ( 7 July, 1903 &ndash 1 November, 2000) better known as Sir Steven Runciman, was 256.
- ^ The Thirteenth Century
- ^ The Cardinals of the Holy Roman Church - Biographical Dictionary - Consistory of May 28, 1244
- ^ (French) cathedrale-tournai.be - La châsse Saint-Eleuthère
- ^ . Odo had dedicated an altar in 1246 at the Basilique Saint-Etienne, in Neuvy.  La légende du Pas-de-la-Mule.
- ^ Old book page, in Latin (Otho de Castro-Rodolphi)
- ^ S Richard of Chichester: Readings
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- ^ Adressaten/Empfänger in Potthast: Regesta Pontificum Romanorum - Testversion
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