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Peter Waldo, Valdo, Valdes, or Waldes (c. 1140 – c. 1205), also Pierre Vaudès or de Vaux, was a leader of the Waldensians, a Christian spiritual movement of the Middle Ages. Peter Waldo is regarded as the founder of the Waldensians sometime between 1170 and 1177. There were claims that the Waldensians predated Peter Waldo
Valdes, also called Peter Waldo, (died c. 1205), medieval French religious leader. A successful merchant, Valdes underwent a religious conversion, gave away his wealth, and began to preach a doctrine of voluntary poverty in Lyon about 1170. In 1179 his vow of poverty was confirmed by Pope Alexander III, but he was subsequently forbidden to preach by Pope Lucius III. In 1182 or 1183 Valdes and his followers-called the Poor, or the Poor of Lyon-were excommunicated for violating the ban on preaching and were banished from the city
Followers gradually merged with other regional Protestant groups in Europe. descendants of which continue in various regions of southern Europe. However, Eberhard de Béthune cited evidence showing that the name Waldenses appeared in documents (1170) more than 10 years before the major years of Waldo's activism.
Peter Waldo facts: The French religious leader Peter Waldo (active 1170-1184) believed in voluntary poverty and religious simplicity. His followers were considered heretics by the Church. Some men's personal lives are eclipsed by the movements they. Some men's personal lives are eclipsed by the movements they start. Peter Waldo was such a man. He appears on the scene of history in 1170 in Lyons as a successful businessman who, touched to his core by a traveling minstrel's religious ballad, gave away his money to live in poverty as a preacher of the Gospel.
From Peter Norberg's Introduction to Essays and Poems by Ralph Waldo Emerson. In the face of this new materialism, Emerson feared that America was losing its most valuable resource-the individual-as men and women increasingly defined themselves in terms of their professions and their possessions. The tradesman scarcely ever gives an ideal worth to his work, but is ridden by the routine of his craft, and the soul is subject to dollars," he lamented in "The American Scholar. Equally important is some knowledge of Emerson's personal experience of the transient nature of human life. From his childhood until the middle of his life, Emerson lived through the tragic loss of those closest to him. His father died less than two weeks before Emerson's eighth birthday; his three-year-old sister, Mary Caroline, when he was ten.
At about this time, Waldo began to preach and teach publicly, based on his ideas of simplicity and poverty, notably that "No man can serve two masters, God and Mammon" accompanied by strong condemnations of Papal excesses and Catholic dogmas, including purgatory and transubstantiation, while accusing them of being the harlot from the book of Revelation.
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