See also:canon of Viborg
See also:cathedral, and consequently, in all probability,
See also:born (c . 1499) out of wedlock, as his Catholic opponents frequently took care to remind him . He himself never used the name Sadolinus, which seems to have been invented subsequently by his son Hans, and points to the fact that the
See also:family were originally
See also:saddle-makers . We first hear of him on the 1st of
See also:December 1525, when
See also:Frederick I. permitted him to settle at Viborg to teach
See also:young persons of the poorer classes " whatever might be profitable." On this occasion he is described as " magister " and no doubt got his degree abroad, where he seems to have been won for the Reformation . He sided with Hans
See also:Tausen when the latter first began to preach the
See also:gospel at Viborg, and Tausen, though himself only in
See also:priest's orders, shortly before he
See also:left the place, ordained
See also:Sadolin (1529) . Amongst " the
See also:free priests " who attended the herredag of
See also:Copenhagen in 1530 Sadolin occupied a prominent place . Frederick subsequently transferred him to Funen, where he acted, according to his own expression, as " adjutor in verbo " to Knud Gyldenstjerne,
See also:bishop of
See also:Odense . At the diocesan council held on the 27th of May 1532, during the
See also:absence of the bishop, he presented to the assembled priests a
See also:translation of
See also:Luther's catechism, with Luther's name omitted, preceded by an
See also:earnest plea in favour of a better
See also:system of
See also:education and a more
See also:practical application of the Christian
See also:life, which occupies a conspicuous place in the literature of the Danish Reformation . In the following
See also:year Sadolin published the first Danish translation of the Confession of Augsburg . He disappears during the troublous times of " C'-revens Fejde " (1533-1536), though we get a glimpse of him at the end of 1536 as one of the preachers at Vor Frue
See also:Kirke, the
See also:church of Copenhagen . On the 2nd of
See also:September 1537 he was consecrated by the German reformer, Johann
See also:Bugenhagen, who himself only had priest's orders,
See also:superintendent, or first evangelical bishop, of Funen . As bishop he was remarkable for the success with which he provided the necessary means for the support of churches,
See also:schools and hospitals in his widespread
See also:diocese, which had been deprived of its usual
See also:sources of income by the wholesale confiscation of church
See also:property .
Towards the Catholics he adopted a
See also:firm, but moderate and reasonable,
See also:tone, and his indulgence towards the monks in St Knud's cloister drew down upon him a fierce attack from the Puritan clergyman of Odense, who absurdly accused him of being a crypto-Catholic . He gave the funeral oration over Christian III. in St
See also:John's Church at Odense in
See also:February 1559, though now very infirm and
See also:blind, and died at the end of the same year . See Bricica, Dansk Biografish Lx .
See also:Art . Sadolin (Copenhagen, 1887) . (R . N .
JACOPO SADOLETO (1477-1547)
SADOWA (Czech, S6dovd)
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