Forced Baptism of Jews is Banned by Pope Clement VI

Forced Baptism of Jews is Banned by Pope Clement VI

Pope Clement VI

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Pope Clement VI bans the forced baptism of Jews. Unfortunately for Jews in Christian Europe, this ban isn't followed very seriously. Moreover, later popes will overturn this ban with new decrees in 1597 and 1747.

 

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