By a Brief, dated 1579, Pius V answered that the case had been maturely examined and finally adjudged, and demanded submission.
After much tergiversation, wherein he stooped to the ridiculous evasion of the comma Pianum and the practical stultification of a papal act, Baius abjured to Morillon, de Granvelle's vicargeneral, all the errors condemned in the Bull, but was not then and there required to sign his recantation.
The absence of that formality contributed later to revive the discussions.
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