|←Author Index: Gr||Gregory VII
(11th century – 1085)
|born Hildebrand of Sovana, was pope from April 22, 1073 to May 25, 1085.|
- Considerantes ac sollicite, to Emperor Henry IV (1075).
- Letter to the German Princes concerning the Penance of Henry IV at Canossa (1077).
- Hujusmodi salutationis nostrae, to Vratislaus II of Bohemia (1080).
- Letter of Gregory VII to Bishop Hermann of Metz (1081).
- Dictatus papae (attr., 1075).
- First Deposition and Banning of Henry IV by Gregory VII (1076).
- Gregory VII's Justification of himself to the Germans (1076).
- Second Deposition and Banning of Henry IV by Gregory VII (1080).
Letters to Gregory
Works about Gregory VII
- Summons of Henry IV to the Council of Worms by Henry IV (1076).
- Promise of the King to offer Obedience to the Pope by Henry IV at the Convention of Oppenheim (1076).
- Edict cancelling the Sentence against Gregory VII by Henry IV at the Convention of Oppenheim (1076).
- Decision of the Synod of Brixen (1080).
- "St Gregory VII." in the Encyclopædia Britannica, 9th ed. 1880.
- “Gregory VII.”, in Encyclopædia Britannica, (11th ed.), 1911
- “Pope St. Gregory VII,” in Catholic Encyclopedia, New York: The Encyclopaedia Press (1913)