MS609-0232 : Deposition - Saramunda del MasMS609-0232 : Déposition - Saramunda del Mas

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Item. Anno quo supra VIII° Ydus Iulii.1 Predicta Saurimunda addendo confessione sue dixit quod dolet et penitet  quia olim in iudicio constituta iurata et requisita dixit quod non credidit hereticos esse bonos et quia verum est quod pluries adoravit  hereticos et credidit esse bonos homines et habere bonam fidem et esse amicos Dei et veraces licet sciret quod Ecclesia persequetor eos. Et audivit eos dicentes quod Deus non fecit visibilia, et quod baptismus aqua et matrimonium non valent ad salutem, et quod  [F°22r]  hostia sacrata non est corpus christi, et quod corpora mortuorum non resurgerent. Et ipsa testis credidit eis sicut ipsi dicebant. Sed non credidit XI anni sunt et sunt XXX anni quod primo credidit hereticos. Et abiuravit heresim et cetera. Testes: Arnaldus, priori Sancti Saturnini; et frater Willelmus Pellisso; Arnaldus, capellanus de Podio Laurencio; et frater Bernardus, inquisitor legit.

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Item. Year as above, 7th Ides of July. The aforesaid Saramunda, adding to her confession, said that she was sorry and repentant as she often stated in her judicial trial and sworn statement that she did not believe heretics to be good men. The truth is that she adored heretics many times, and she believed the heretics to be good men and to have good faith and to be friends of God and true, even though she knew the Church persecuted them. She heard them say that God did not make visible things, and the baptism by water and matrimony have no value for salvation, and that the holy host is not the body of Christ, and that the dead will not rise again. The witness believed them in what they said. She stopped believing them 11 years ago, and first started believing the heretics 30 years ago. She abjured heresy, etc. Witnesses: Arnald, prior of Saint-Sernin; brother Guilhem Pelhisson; Arnald, chaplain of Puylaurens; and brother Bernard, inquisitor, who read [this].