First Council of Toledo

The First Council of Toledo was held in Toledo, Spain, from 7 September 397 to 400. Its primary purpose was to condemn the Priscillian heresy and uphold the Nicene Creed. It would be another 127 years before a council met again in Toledo. Nineteen Hispanic bishops participated, including Lampius, bishop of Barcelona.[1]


  1. Episcopologi (In Catalan)


Councils of Toledo

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