La Guía espiritual was denounced by Cardinal D'Estrées, ambassador in Rome of the French king Louis XIV. Then Miguel de Molinos was arrested along with some of his disciples and sentenced in 1687 to life imprisonment. La Guía espiritual was translated into Latin, French, Dutch, Italian, German and English; in 15 years there were 20 editions in various languages. Quietism had a large impact in Italy where Cardinals Casanata, Carpegna, Azzolini and even D'Estrées befriended Molinas, and others like Coloredi, Ciceri, and Petrucci, bishop of Jesi, took his ideas; Pope Innocent XI even thought of naming Molinas a Cardinal himself. In France quietism also received support.