William Peto (né en Warwickshire, Angleterre, et mort à Londres, le avril 1558) est un cardinal anglais du XVIe siècle. Il est membre de l'ordre des franciscains.

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  • William Peto (né en Warwickshire, Angleterre, et mort à Londres, le avril 1558) est un cardinal anglais du XVIe siècle. Il est membre de l'ordre des franciscains.
  • William Petow (or Peto, Peyto) (d. 1558 or 1559) was an English Franciscan friar and, shortly, a cardinal. Though his parentage was long unknown, it is now established that he was the son of Edward Peyto of Chesterton, Warwickshire, and Goditha, daughter of Sir Thomas Throckmorton of Coughton. He was educated by the Grey Friars and took his degree of B. A. at the University of Oxford; but he was incorporated in Cambridge university, 1502-3, and became M. A. there in 1505. He was elected fellow of Queens' College, Cambridge in 1506, and on 14 June 1510, was incorporated M. A. at Oxford. Entering the Franciscan Order, he became known for his holiness of life, and was appointed confessor to Princess Mary. Later on he was elected Provincial of England and held that office when in 1532 he denounced the divorce of Henry VIII in the king's presence; R. W.Chambers wrote that Petow survived because he warned Henry of consequences in the future, which could be neither proved nor disproved. He was imprisoned till the end of that year, when he went abroad and spent many years at Antwerp and elsewhere in the Low Countries, being active on behalf of all Catholic interests. In 1539 he was included in the Act of Attainder passed against Cardinal Pole and his friends (31 Hen. VIII, c. 5), but he was in Italy at the time and remained there out of the king's reach. On 30 March 1543, Pope Paul III nominated him Bishop of Salisbury. He could not then obtain possession of his diocese, nor did he attempt to do so on the accession of Queen Mary in 1553, but he resigned the see and retired to his old convent at Greenwich. There he remained till Pope Paul IV, who had known him in Rome and highly esteemed him, decided to create him cardinal and papal legate in place of Pole. But as Petow was very old and his powers were failing, he declined both dignities. He was, however, created cardinal in June, 1557, though Queen Mary would not allow him to receive the hat, and the appointment was received with public derision. It was a tradition among the Franciscans that he was pelted with stones by a London mob, and so injured that he shortly afterwards died (Parkinson, p. 254). Other accounts represent him as dying in France. The date frequently assigned for his death (April, 1558) is incorrect, as on 31 October 1558, Queen Mary wrote to the pope that she had offered to reinstate him in the Bishopric of Salisbury on the death of Bishop Capon, but that he had declined because of age and infirmity.
  • William Peto auch William Petow OFM (* 1485 in Warwickshire, England; † April 1558 in London) war ein katholischer Kardinal und Bischof von Salisbury.Der Enkel des Sir Thomas Throckmorton of Coughton studierte in Oxford, wo er mit dem Baccalaureat abschloss und in Cambridge, wo er 1505 seinen Magister erwarb. Hier trat er auch dem Orden der Franziskanerobservanten bei.Als Beichtvater der Prinzessin Mary, wurde er 1522 zum Provinzial seiner Ordensprovinz und hatte Kontakte zu Thomas Morus, John Fisher und Reginald Pole.Auf einer Italienreise 1537, lernte er den zukünftigen Papst Paul IV. kennen. Am 30. März 1543 zum Bischof von Salisbury erwählt, war er seit 1553 Beichtvater von Königin Mary I. Tudor.Papst Paul IV. erhob ihn am 14. Juni 1557 zum Kardinalpriester, ohne ihm jedoch eine Titelkirche zuzuweisen. Stattdessen ernannte er ihn zum Legaten a latere für England, was bis dahin Kardinal Reginald Pole war.
  • William Peto (Warwickshire, 1478 ? – Londra, aprile 1558) è stato un cardinale britannico della Chiesa cattolica, nominato da papa Paolo IV.
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  • William Peto (né en Warwickshire, Angleterre, et mort à Londres, le avril 1558) est un cardinal anglais du XVIe siècle. Il est membre de l'ordre des franciscains.
  • William Peto (Warwickshire, 1478 ? – Londra, aprile 1558) è stato un cardinale britannico della Chiesa cattolica, nominato da papa Paolo IV.
  • William Peto auch William Petow OFM (* 1485 in Warwickshire, England; † April 1558 in London) war ein katholischer Kardinal und Bischof von Salisbury.Der Enkel des Sir Thomas Throckmorton of Coughton studierte in Oxford, wo er mit dem Baccalaureat abschloss und in Cambridge, wo er 1505 seinen Magister erwarb.
  • William Petow (or Peto, Peyto) (d. 1558 or 1559) was an English Franciscan friar and, shortly, a cardinal. Though his parentage was long unknown, it is now established that he was the son of Edward Peyto of Chesterton, Warwickshire, and Goditha, daughter of Sir Thomas Throckmorton of Coughton. He was educated by the Grey Friars and took his degree of B. A. at the University of Oxford; but he was incorporated in Cambridge university, 1502-3, and became M. A. there in 1505.
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