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Decrees of Vat. Ecum. Council I

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1 Intro | Constitution On The Catholic Faith and First Dogmatic Constitution 2 1 | exaltation of the catholic faith and religion, for the uprooting 3 2 | January 1870 - Profession of faith~ I, Pius, bishop of the 4 2 | catholic church, with firm faith believe and profess each 5 2 | contained in the profession of faith which the holy Roman church 6 2 | anathematise.~This true catholic faith, < be can none which of>, 7 2, 0 (1) | The Profession of faith of the other fathers added: 8 2, 0 (2) | The profession of faith of the other fathers continues: 9 3 | constitution on the catholic faith~Pius, bishop, servant of 10 3 | many people have had all faith in Christ destroyed. Indeed 11 3 | and judge of the christian faith, is no longer held to be 12 3 | human knowledge and divine faith, they are found to distort 13 3 | integrity and genuineness of the faith. ~ At the sight of all this, 14 3, 2 | follows: that in matters of faith and morals, belonging as 15 3, 3 | Chapter 3 On faith~ Since human beings are 16 3, 3 | of intellect and will by faith. This faith, which is the 17 3, 3 | and will by faith. This faith, which is the beginning 18 3, 3 | deceive nor be deceived. Faith, declares the Apostle, is 19 3, 3 | that the submission of our faith should be in accordance 20 3, 3 | although the assent of faith is by no means a blind movement 21 3, 3 | believing the truth20. And so faith in itself, even though 22 3, 3 | by divine and catholic faith all those things are to 23 3, 3 | magisterium. Since, then, without faith it is impossible to please 24 3, 3 | duty of embracing the true faith and of persevering unwaveringly 25 3, 3 | credibility of the christian faith. What is more, the church 26 3, 3 | sons and daughters that the faith they profess rests on the 27 3, 3 | by the heavenly gift of faith have embraced the catholic 28 3, 3 | those who have accepted the faith under the guidance of the 29 3, 3 | cause for changing this faith or for calling it into question. 30 3, 3 | author and finisher of our faith27, let us hold the unshakeable 31 3, 4 | Chapter 4. On faith and reason~ The perpetual 32 3, 4 | the other level by divine faith. With regard to the object, 33 3, 4 | been given and accepted by faith, they remain covered by 34 3, 4 | by the veil of that same faith and wrapped, as it were, 35 3, 4 | the Lord, for we walk by faith, and not by sight33. 36 3, 4 | sight33. Even though faith is above reason, there can 37 3, 4 | real disagreement between faith and reason, since it is 38 3, 4 | the mysteries and infuses faith, and who has endowed the 39 3, 4 | that either the dogmas of faith are not understood and explained 40 3, 4 | the truth of enlightened faith is totally false34. Furthermore 41 3, 4 | preserving the deposit of faith, has by divine appointment 42 3, 4 | contrary to the doctrine of faith, particularly if they 43 3, 4 | of truth. Not only can faith and reason never be at odds 44 3, 4 | established the foundations of the faith and, illuminated by its 45 3, 4 | things; on the other hand, faith delivers reason from errors 46 3, 4 | intrude upon what belongs to faith and engender confusion. 47 3, 4 | For the doctrine of the faith which God has revealed is 48 3, Canons, 3 | 3. On faith~ 1. If anyone says that 49 3, Canons, 3 | reason is so independent that faith cannot be commanded by God: 50 3, Canons, 3 | anyone says that divine faith is not to be distinguished 51 3, Canons, 3 | consequently that for divine faith it is not required that 52 3, Canons, 3 | women ought to be moved to faith only by each one's internal 53 3, Canons, 3 | the assent to christian faith is not free, but is necessarily 54 3, Canons, 3 | necessary only for living faith which works by charity: 55 3, Canons, 3 | attained to the only true faith is alike, so that Catholics 56 3, Canons, 3 | suspending their assent, the faith which they have already 57 3, Canons, 3 | credibility and truth of their faith: let him be anathema. ~ 58 3, Canons, 4 | 4. On faith and reason~ 1. If anyone 59 3, Canons, 4 | that all the dogmas of the faith can be understood and demonstrated 60 3, Canons, 4 | of the light of the pure faith. ~But since it is not enough 61 4 | linked by the bond of one faith and charity. Therefore, 62 4 | together in the unity of faith and communion, he set 63 4 | the ancient and unchanging faith of the whole church. Furthermore, 64 4, 2 | apostles, the pillar of faith and the foundation of the 65 4, 3 | only in matters concerning faith and morals, but also in 66 4, 3 | in profession of the same faith , the church of Christ becomes 67 4, 3 | without endangering his faith and salvation. This power 68 4, 3 (53)| Palaeologus's profession of faith which was read out at the 69 4, 3 | not only in matters of faith and morals, but also in 70 4, 4 | West met in the union of faith and charity, have declared 71 4, 4 | this solemn profession of faith: The first condition of 72 4, 4 | maintain the rule of the true faith. And since that saying of 73 4, 4 | way separated from this faith and doctrine, we hope that 74 4, 4 | defending the truth of the faith, so if any questions arise 75 4, 4 | questions arise concerning the faith, it is by her judgment that 76 4, 4 (57)| Palaeologus's profession of faith which was read out at the 77 4, 4 | in matters concerning the faith. This was to ensure that 78 4, 4 | any damage suffered by the faith should be repaired in that 79 4, 4 | place above all where the faith can know no failing59. [ 80 4, 4 | revelation or deposit of faith transmitted by the apostles. 81 4, 4 | prayed for you that your faith may not fail; and when you 82 4, 4 | truth and never-failing faith was therefore divinely conferred 83 4, 4 | beginning of the christian faith, to the glory of God our 84 4, 4 | defines a doctrine concerning faith or morals to be held by 85 4, 4 | defining doctrine concerning faith or morals. Therefore, such


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