Today in History of Catholic church


Pope Martinus V forms University of Leuven – 9th December 1425.

Settler Hugh Bewitt banished from Mass colony when he declares himself to be free of original sin – 9th December 1640.

Roman Catholics win Parliamentary election in Belgium – 9th December 1894.

Byzantine General Belisarius enters Rome while the Ostrogothic garrison peacefully leaves the city, returning the old capital to its empire – 9th December 536.

Frederick II (later also Holy Roman Emperor) crowned King of Germany in Mainz – 9th December 1212.

King James II’s wife & son flee England for France – 9th December 1688.

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