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What happened on February 6 1481?


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Catholic AnswerThe first auto-da-fé was held in Seville on February 6, 1481, this was the first official act of the newly minted Spanish Inquisition instituted by the Catholic monarchs of Spain. This inquisition only had authority over Catholics and it was primarily to root out Jews and Muslims who had "converted" to Catholicism for political reasons but had not really had a conversion of heart, so to speak-Catholic in name only.
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