William of Tyre and the Maronites

@article{Crawford1955WilliamOT,
  title={William of Tyre and the Maronites},
  author={Robert W. Crawford},
  journal={Speculum},
  year={1955},
  volume={30},
  pages={222 - 228}
}
At this time, while the kingdom was elnjoying a temporary state of peace . . . a race of Syrians in the province of Phoenicia . .. underwent a wonderful change of heart. For almost five liundred years these people lhad followed the heretical doctrines of a certain Maro, from wlhom they took the name of Maronites.... Now, however, by divine leading, they were restored to their right minds and abandoned their heresy. They repaired to Aimery, the patriarch of Antioch, . . . renounced the error by… 

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gchos d'Orient, ix (1906), 264. See also

  • Sacrorum conciliorum nova et amplissima collectio

The chief objects of the congregation are to combat the spirit of irreligion in Europe and the spread of schism in the East