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William of Auxerre

(ca. 1150–1231). Scholastic theol.; b. Auxerre, Fr.; archdeacon Beauvais; taught at Paris; formulated the concept that the minimum required for the sacramental intention of a priest (see Sacraments, Roman Catholic) is that he will to do what the ch. does. Works include Summa super quattuor libros sententiarum (also known as Summa aurea, “Golden Compendium”).


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