certain man had a son whom he gave to a very wealthy monastery. The
abate and the brothers demanded ten pounds to take his son. His son,
because of his age, did not know about the money. The boy grew and
with the passing of time and with a succesion of offices, he came of age and
was ordained a priest. Finally, he was elected bishop because of his
talents. His father gave his consent and prayers to his election and
also money to a member of the archbishop's household; he was
consecrated bishop without knowing of his father's consent and of his gifts
of money. In the passing of time, he ordained several priests for
money and to others he gave the sacerdotal benediction for free.
Finally, he was accused and convicted at the archiepiscopal court. He
accepted his judgment of damnation.