Finally, Del Castagno shows that he himself was completely ignorant of the fact that the saint was also a prior provincial of Tuscany.
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The saint was not a prior of the Carmelite convent in Florence; his election as bishop of Fiesole did not occur in 1362, but in 1349.
Then, in the chapter of the following June 15, besides being confirmed as a counselor, he was named a lector of the same convent.
However, the liturgical office was already being celebrated at Fiesole and in the Carmelite Order.
He wanted to remain always near his people, near his cathedral, which was indeed threatening ruin, and in his episcopal palace, even though this needed repairs and furnishings.
We do not know when the consecration or the installation in Fiesole took place.
Description: Surio, De probatis Sanctorum historiis I, Cologne, 1570, pp.