Vatican reconsidering views on Jan Hus

April 1996
Christian Century;4/3/96, Vol. 113 Issue 11, p368
Reports on the Vatican's reconsideration of the case of Jan Hus, the Bohemian reformer who was executed in 1415 as a heretic. Claims made by a Czech newspaper that Hus might be exonerated or beatified; Comments from Miloslav Fiala, spokesperson for the Czech Bishops' Conference; Study of Hus's writing and documents from the Council of Constance which condemned him to death.


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