“One of those captured was d'Ailly, as ordered by Louis of Anjou and the future king of Naples, on the charge of blasphemy, as well as conspiracy to create a governmental body above the Holy Office. Royal decrees were swiftly issued, prohibiting all discussion and mention of the general council, or “via concilii” on campus.  Spooked, the theology department was left with no other alternative but to rein it in. In 1383, the University of Paris officially declared their support for Antipope Clement VII of Avignon. Though”

Charles River Editors, The Western Schism of 1378: The History and Legacy of the Papal Schism that Split the Catholic Church
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