The Council of Constance had a list of things to talk about
The Council of Constance was a council in the 15th century. It was held between 1414 and 1418. It took place in Constance (today known as Konstanz) in Switzerland.
The result of this ecumenical council by the Roman Catholic Church was a new Pope. His name was Pope Martin V.
Emperor Sigismund, his second wife, Barbara of Celje, and their daughter, Elizabeth of Luxembourg, at the Council of Constance
Bishops debating with the pope at the Council of Constance
Imperia, a 1993-erected statue commemorating the Council
Painting of Jan Hus in Council of Constance by Václav Brožík