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The city’s sorceresses and magicians were considered guilty of sacrilege, impiety, and the misuse of holy things because their spells and rituals exploited a Christian magical tradition that had its roots deep in the Middle Ages. Since their spiritual transgressions placed the entire community at risk of divine retribution, they were 36 LYNN WOOD MOLLENAUER condemned to suffer the most extreme forms of punishment inflicted during the old regime. 6 External observance and devotion were at their apogee as Catholics attended Mass each Sunday and holy day as required by both canon and state law.
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