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Decrees of Vat. Ecum. Council I

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1 3 | outstanding gains, which the divine mercy has bestowed on the 2 3 | Trent, which rejected the divine magisterium of the church 3 3 | is no longer held to be divine, but they begin to assimilate 4 3 | grace, human knowledge and divine faith, they are found 5 3, 2 | is indeed thanks to this divine revelation, that those matters 6 3, 3 | revelation, that is to say divine acts, and first and foremost 7 3, 3 | rejected. Wherefore, by divine and catholic faith all those 8 3, 3 | incontrovertible evidence of her own divine mission. So it comes about 9 3, 4 | at the other level by divine faith. With regard to 10 3, 4 | proper object. For the divine mysteries, by their very 11 3, 4 | deposit of faith, has by divine appointment the right 12 3, 4 | develops the science of divine things; on the other hand, 13 3, 4 | errors by conflicting with divine teaching, or, by going 14 3, 4 | intelligence, but as a divine deposit committed to the 15 3, Canons, 1| spiritual, emanated from the divine substance; or that the 16 3, Canons, 1| substance; or that the divine essence, by the manifestation 17 3, Canons, 2| should be taught by means of divine revelation about God and 18 3, Canons, 3| 2. If anyone says that divine faith is not to be distinguished 19 3, Canons, 3| and consequently that for divine faith it is not required 20 3, Canons, 3| 3. If anyone says that divine revelation cannot be made 21 3, Canons, 3| certainty, nor can the divine origin of the christian 22 3, Canons, 4| If anyone says that in divine revelation there are contained 23 3, Canons, 4| when they are opposed to divine revelation, and that they 24 4, 2 | himself (that is to say, by divine law) that blessed Peter 25 4, 3 | teach and declare that, by divine ordinance, the Roman church 26 4, 3 | the Roman pontiff, by the divine right of the apostolic primacy, 27 4, 4 | useful means afforded by divine providence, defined as 28 4, 4 | in accordance with the divine promise of our Lord and 29 4, 4 | he possesses, by the divine assistance promised to him 30 4, 4 | infallibility which the divine Redeemer willed his church


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