Letter from Antonio Di Seravezza to PF, 1669-06-26, Tunis

Title

Letter from Antonio Di Seravezza to PF, 1669-06-26, Tunis

Subject

Tunis
Other religious orders
Seravezza case
Franciscans

Description

Letter from Antonio Di Seravezza, a Minor Observant working in Tunis, in which he complains about the fact that Giuseppe della Pantellaria [Giuseppe Merino della Pantelleria] does not recognize his authority; the letter signed and dated 26 June 1669. PF notes state that Di Seravezza abusively signs with "vicar delegate" despite having no such title (Jean Le Vacher, missionary of CM, is vicar apostolic of Tunis). At their meeting of 10 September 1669 the cardinals decide: a) that Di Seravezza should be written to stating that he should not exercise faculties that he does not have; and b) that Le Vacher should be instructed to put an end to these disorders.
Date discussed 1669-09-10
Additional comments

Creator

Antonio Di Seravezza

Source

APF SOCG 420, 465r, 466v

Date

1669-06-26

Contributor

Addressed to PF

Language

Italian
Latin

Type

Letter

Identifier

649

Coverage

Origin: Tunis
Destination: Rome

Citation

Antonio Di Seravezza, “Letter from Antonio Di Seravezza to PF, 1669-06-26, Tunis ,” Early Modern Documents: Sources and Resources for Historical Research, accessed August 4, 2020, https://earlymoderndocs.omeka.net/items/show/13316.

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