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Pelagians (or Pelagini) were a lay confraternity founded in the
church of Santa Pelagia in Milan by Giacomo Filippo di Santa
Pelagia, an Italian lay mystic. Although initially approved of by
Roman Catholic authorities, the group was later condemned for
alleged heretical practices associated with Quietism.Giacomo
Filippo di Santa Pelagia, born Giacomo Casolo, was an illiterate
beggar in Milan. He took the middle name "Filippo" in honor of the
missionary Filippo de Neri. He formed a confraternity in the church
of Santa Pelagia to teach piety and mental prayer to the laiety.
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