At the First Council of Lyon, Pope Innocent IV preached on the five wounds of the Church and compared them to his own five sorrows. These were the poor behavior of the clergy and laymen, the insolence of Saracens occupying the Holy Land, the Great Schism of East and West, the cruelties of Tatars in Hungary, and the Church's persecution by Emperor Frederick. Innocent deposed Frederick, and was supported by 150 bishops. However, he could not enforce the decree. Other disciplinary measure enacted at the Council were the requiring of cardinals to wear a red hat, the requirement of Cistercians to pay tithes, and the approval of the Rule of the Grandmontines.