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1 4, 2 (48)| haeres. (Against Heresies) 1113 (PG 7, 849), Council of 2 4, 2 (46)| council of Ephesus (D no. 112). ~ 3 4, 3 (54)| the emperor Michael) (PL 119, 954). ~ 4 4, 2 (47)| elsewhere 2), ch. 3 (PL 54, 146). ~ 5 4, 0 (41)| day of his birth (PL 54, 150). ~ 6 4, 4 (56)| D no. 171), see above p. 157 n. 1. ~ 7 4, 4 (56)| formula of the year 517 (D no. 171), see above p. 157 n. 1. ~ 8 3, 3 (20)| 529), canon 7 (Bruns 2, 178; Msi 8, 713) ~ 9 4, 3 (52)| soliditate dated 28 Nov. 1786. ~ 10 Intro | Aeterni Patris of 29 June 1868. The first session was held 11 Intro | prionbus sessionibus, Rome 1872. Comparison with other editions 12 Intro | of Collectio Lacensis ( 1892) and in volumes 49-53 of 13 Intro | 53 of Mansi's collection (1923-1927). The collection which 14 Intro | Mansi's collection (1923-1927). The collection which we 15 4, 4 (60)| Lk 22, 32.~ 16 3, 1 (10)| const. 1 (see above, p. 230). ~ 17 3 | SESSION 3 : 24 April 1870 - Dogmatic constitution 18 4, 3 (51)| Vlll 29 (30) (MGH, Ep. 2, 31 28-30, PL 77, 933). ~ 19 4, 4 (60)| Lk 22, 32.~ 20 4, 2 (48)| 849), Council of Aquilea (381), to be found among: Ambrose, 21 4, 2 (46)| the Roman legate, at the 3rd session of the council of 22 4, 1 (42)| Jn 1, 42. ~ 23 4, 2 (45)| See Mt 7, 25; Lk 6, 48 ~ 24 Intro | Lacensis ( 1892) and in volumes 49-53 of Mansi's collection ( 25 3, 4 (36)| Commonitorium (Notebook), 28 (PL 50, 668). ~ 26 4, 4 (56)| Hormisdas's formula of the year 517 (D no. 171), see above p. 27 3, 0 (7) | Jn 11, 52. ~ 28 3, 3 (20)| Council of Orange II(529), canon 7 (Bruns 2, 178; 29 Intro | 1892) and in volumes 49-53 of Mansi's collection (1923- 30 3, 0 (9) | Is 59, 21 ~ 31 3, 4 (34)| session 8 (see above p. 605). ~ 32 3, 2 (16)| first decree (see above p. 663). ~ 33 3, 4 (36)| Commonitorium (Notebook), 28 (PL 50, 668). ~ 34 3, 3 (20)| 7 (Bruns 2, 178; Msi 8, 713) ~ 35 4, 3 (51)| MGH, Ep. 2, 31 28-30, PL 77, 933). ~ 36 4, 2 (48)| Against Heresies) 1113 (PG 7, 849), Council of Aquilea (381), 37 4, 3 (51)| Ep. 2, 31 28-30, PL 77, 933). ~ 38 4, 2 (48)| Epistolae (Letters), 11 (PL 16, 946). ~ 39 4, 3 (54)| emperor Michael) (PL 119, 954). ~ 40 4, 2 | was granted, and does not abandon that guidance of the church 41 3, 3 | them unless he is first abandoned. Consequently, the situation 42 3, 3 | persevere in this light, not abandoning them unless he is first 43 3 | the minds of many into the abyss of pantheism, materialism 44 3, 3 | gives to all facility in accepting and believing the truth20. 45 3, 3 | obedience to God himself when he accepts and collaborates with his 46 3 | christian people by ~ a more accurate instruction of the faithful, 47 3, 3 | way that is necessary for achieving salvation without the 48 2 | the christian people.   I acknowledge the 0.     holy, ~1.     49 Intro | we use is that entitled Acta et decreta sacrosancti oecumenici 50 3, 1 | brought about by the free activity of creatures. 51 2 | and approved in the solemn administration of all the aforesaid sacraments. 52 3, 3 | has translated into his admirable light24, so that they 53 3, 4 | method: but while she admits this just freedom, she 54 2 | the Father and the Son is adored and glorified: who spoke 55 4, 2 (48)| Irenaeus, Adv. haeres. (Against Heresies) 56 4, 4 | synods, sometimes by taking advantage of other useful means afforded 57 Intro | Pope Pius IX by the bull Aeterni Patris of 29 June 1868. 58 4, 4 | the time or the state of affairs suggested, sometimes by 59 4, 4 | advantage of other useful means afforded by divine providence, 60 2 | administration of all the aforesaid sacraments. I embrace and 61 3 | direction, it has come about, alas, that many even among the 62 4, 3 (51)| Letter to Eulogius of Alexandria), Vlll 29 (30) (MGH, Ep. 63 4, 3 (51)| Ep. ad Eulog. Alexandrin. (Letter to Eulogius of 64 3, Canons, 3 | to the only true faith is alike, so that Catholics may 65 3 | magisterium of the church and allowed religious questions to be 66 | along 67 | although 68 4, 2 (48)| 381), to be found among: Ambrose, Epistolae (Letters), 11 ( 69 2 | life of the world to come Amen. Apostolic and ecclesiastical 70 3, 4 | mysteries, whether by analogy from what it knows naturally, 71 2 | too condemn, reject and anathematise.~This true catholic faith, < 72 2 | condemned, rejected and anathematised by the church, I too condemn, 73 4, 3 | councils, we promulgate anew the definition of the ecumenical 74 3, 1 | spiritual and the bodily, the angelic and the earthly, and thereafter 75 3 | of the church not suffer anguish? For just as God wills 76 2 | penance, ~5.     last anointing, ~6.     order and ~7.     77 3 | and is always ready and anxious to raise the fallen, 78 | anything 79 4, 3 | maintain that it is lawful to appeal from the judgments of the 80 3 | this redemptive providence appears very clearly in unnumbered 81 3, Canons, 4 | carefully shunned which approach it in greater or less degree, 82 4 | it necessary, with the approbation of the sacred council, and 83 3 | SESSION 3 : 24 April 1870 - Dogmatic constitution 84 4, 2 (48)| PG 7, 849), Council of Aquilea (381), to be found among: 85 3 | determined and constant ardour for the spreading of Christ' 86 3, 4 | employ, each within its own area, its own proper principles 87 3, Canons, 3 | necessarily produced by arguments of human reason; or that 88 4, 4 | faith, so if any questions arise concerning the faith, it 89 3 | evils, which have largely arisen either because the authority 90 4, 4 | dangers especially which arose in matters concerning the 91 2 | and profess each and every article contained in the profession 92 3, 4 | the development of human arts and studies, that in fact 93 2 | according to the scriptures. He ascended into heaven and sits at 94 3, Canons, 3 | scripture, are to be set aside as fables or myths; or that 95 4 | overthrow the church, make their assault with a hatred that increases 96 4, 3 | this power of theirs is asserted, supported and defended 97 3, 4 | Therefore we define that every assertion contrary to the truth of 98 3, Canons, 4 | degree of liberty that their assertions may be maintained as true 99 3 | divine, but they begin to assimilate it to the inventions of 100 3, 4 | studies, that in fact she assists and promotes them in many 101 3, 3 | declares the Apostle, is the assurance of things hoped for, the 102 3, 3 | believed, and likewise assures her sons and daughters that 103 3, 3 | by reason of ~ her astonishing propagation, her outstanding 104 3 | pantheism, materialism and atheism, and the consequence is 105 4, 4 | Son of God was pleased to attach to the supreme pastoral 106 3, Canons, 3 | and those who have not yet attained to the only true faith is 107 3, 3 | you will do well to pay attention to this as to a lamp shining 108 3 | religiously preserved and authentically expounded by the catholic 109 3, Canons, 4 | since it is not enough to avoid the contamination of heresy 110 3, Canons, 4 | this document, have been banned and forbidden by this holy 111 4, 1 | Blessed are you, Simon Bar-Jona. For flesh and blood has 112 3, 1 | things are open and laid bare to his eyes12 , even those 113 Intro | session was held in St Peter's basilica on 8 December 1869 in the 114 | became 115 | become 116 | begin 117 2 | offer prayers to God on our behalf, and that their relics 118 4 | the whole multitude of believers should be held together 119 3, 1 | apostolic and Roman church believes and acknowledges that there 120 3, 3 | facility in accepting and believing the truth20. And so faith 121 3, 3 | the catholic church alone belong all those things, so many 122 3, 4 | limits, intrude upon what belongs to faith and engender 123 3 | he ceased to stand by his beloved bride, assisting her when 124 2 | that their use is eminently beneficial to the christian people.   125 4, 2 | salvation and permanent benefit of the church, must of necessity 126 3 | very clearly in unnumbered benefits, but most especially is 127 3, Canons, 4 | supreme pastoral office, we beseech for the love of Jesus Christ 128 4 | before he was glorified, he besought his Father, not for the 129 2 | breath, and I shall do my best to ensure 2 that all others 130 3 | which the divine mercy has bestowed on the church especially 131 3, 1 | the good things which he bestows on what he creates, by 132 3 | urge them on to what is better. Thus she can never 133 | between 134 3 | destroyed. Indeed even the holy Bible itself, which they at one 135 4, 1 | heaven, and whatever you bind on earth shall be bound 136 4, 0 (41)| ch. 2 for the day of his birth (PL 54, 150). ~ 137 3 | assisting her when she teaches, blessing her in her labours and 138 3, 3 | of faith is by no means a blind movement of the mind, yet 139 3, 1 | the spiritual and the bodily, the angelic and the earthly, 140 3, Canons, 1 | anathema. 2. If anyone is so bold as to assert that there 141 4 | should be linked by the bond of one faith and charity. 142 2 | only-begotten Son of God. Born of the Father before all 143 2 | the whole substance of the bread into his body, and of the 144 2 | and purity until my dying breath, and I shall do my best 145 3 | to stand by his beloved bride, assisting her when she 146 3 | which spares no effort to bring it about that Christ, who 147 3 | her in her labours and bringing her help when she is in 148 3, 3 (20)| Orange II(529), canon 7 (Bruns 2, 178; Msi 8, 713) ~ 149 4 | this foundation was to be built the eternal temple, and 150 Intro | summoned by Pope Pius IX by the bull Aeterni Patris of 29 June 151 Intro | decrees were in the form of bulls, at the end of which was 152 2 | under Pontius Pilate and was buried. The third day he rose 153 3 | would establish what they call the rule of simple reason 154 2 | conversion the catholic church calls transubstantiation. I 155 3, 3 (20)| Council of Orange II(529), canon 7 (Bruns 2, 178; Msi 8, 156 4, 1 | transmitted to him in his capacity as her minister. Therefore, 157 3, Canons, 4 | unless those errors are carefully shunned which approach it 158 4, 3 | faithful52, and that in all cases which fall under ecclesiastical 159 4, 4 | Roman pontiff speaks EX CATHEDRA, that is, when, in the 160 3 | Thus she can never cease from witnessing to the truth 161 3 | never at any time has he ceased to stand by his beloved 162 3 | requires special mention, celebrated though it was in evil days. 163 3, 4 | wisdom increase as ages and centuries roll along, and greatly 164 4, 1 | said You shall be called Cephas42, that the Lord, ~ 165 3, 2 | without difficulty, with firm certitude and with no intermingling 166 3, 3 | have any just cause for changing this faith or for calling 167 4, 3 | Chapter 3. On the power and character of the primacy of the Roman 168 3, 4 | teaching, has received the charge of preserving the deposit 169 4, 4 | blessed Peter, the prince and chief of the apostles, whose successor 170 3, 4 | specious contradiction is chiefly due to the fact that either 171 4 | he sent apostles, whom he chose out of the world39, even 172 4, 2 | been necessary for every church--that is to say the faithful 173 4, 4 | Roman pontiffs, too, as the circumstances of the time or the state 174 3 | which they at one time claimed to be the sole source and 175 Intro | nor was it ever officially closed. As in other councils at 176 3 | of the whole world as our co-assessors and fellow-judges, gathered 177 4 | upon which the strength and coherence of the whole church depends. 178 3, 3 | himself when he accepts and collaborates with his grace which he 179 3 | individual, have gradually collapsed into a multiplicity of sects, 180 Intro | included in volume 7 of Collectio Lacensis ( 1892) and in 181 3 | 5.     the founding of colleges for the training of the 182 3, Canons, 4 | love of Jesus Christ and we command, by the authority of him 183 3, Canons, 3 | independent that faith cannot be commanded by God: let him be anathema. ~   184 3, 4 (36)| Vincent of Lerins, Commonitorium (Notebook), 28 (PL 50, 668). ~ 185 4, 3 | of this office of his, to communicate freely with the pastors 186 4, 3 | those who hold that this communication of the supreme head with 187 Intro | sessionibus, Rome 1872. Comparison with other editions reveals 188 3, Canons, 3 | church, until they have completed a scientific demonstration 189 2 | help of God, in all its completeness and purity until my dying 190 3, 2 | come into our hearts to conceive what things God has prepared 191 4, 3 | but also in those which concern the discipline and government 192 Intro | decreta sacrosancti oecumenici concilii Vaticani in quatuor prionbus 193 1 | for the common peace and concord of all, the holy ecumenical 194 2 | matrimony; and ~ they confer grace. Of these baptism, 195 4, 1 | after his resurrection, confided the jurisdiction of supreme 196 3, 3 | the truth23; and also confirms by his grace those whom 197 3, 4 | infected with errors by conflicting with divine teaching, or, 198 3 | strange teachings 4 and confusing nature and grace, human 199 3, 4 | to faith and engender confusion. For the doctrine of the 200 3, 4 | naturally, or from the connexion of these mysteries with 201 4, 2 | see, which he founded and consecrated with his blood46. Therefore 202 4, 4 | spoken are confirmed by their consequences. For in the apostolic see 203 3, 2 | with certainty from the consideration of created things, by the 204 3, 1 (10)| See Lateran council IV, const. 1 (see above, p. 230). ~ 205 4, 4 | of the fourth council of Constantinople, following the footsteps 206 3, 2 | Trent, with the intention of constraining rash speculation, has been 207 4, 4 | ecumenical councils or consulting the opinion of the churches 208 3, 2 | nor simply because they contain revelation without error, 209 3, Canons, 4 | not enough to avoid the contamination of heresy unless those errors 210 Intro | besides the condemnation of contemporary errors, to define the catholic 211 3 | sacred synod was held in contempt by all too many, or because 212 3, 4 | is neither ignorant nor contemptuous of the advantages which 213 2, 0 (2) | faith of the other fathers continues: my subjects, or those for 214 3, 4 | of this kind of specious contradiction is chiefly due to the fact 215 3, Canons, 4 | duty of teaching, that they contribute their zeal and labour to 216 Intro | bitter and most serious controversies which led to the withdrawal 217 3, 3 | of things hoped for, the conviction of things not seen17. Nevertheless, 218 3, Canons, 1 | that finite things, both corporal and spiritual, or at any 219 3 | in the world, even at the cost of shedding one's blood. ~ 220 3, 4 | accepted by faith, they remain covered by the veil of that same 221 3, Canons, 1 | holds that God did not create by his will free from all 222 3, 1 | which he bestows on what he creates, by an absolutely free 223 3, 2 | reason : ever since the creation of the world, his invisible 224 3, 1 | by the free activity of creatures. 225 3, Canons, 3 | revelation cannot be made credible by external signs, and that 226 3 | nature itself, to deny any criterion of what is right and just, 227 2 | and became man. He was crucified also for us, he suffered 228 1 | religion, for the uprooting of current errors, for the reformation 229 4, 4 | This was to ensure that any damage suffered by the faith should 230 3 | her help when she is in danger. Now this redemptive providence 231 4, 4 | this apostolic see those dangers especially which arose in 232 3, 3 | as to a lamp shining in a dark place19. Now, although 233 4, 3 (52)| Letter Super soliditate dated 28 Nov. 1786. ~ 234 Intro | church of Christ, the latter dealing with the primacy and infallibility 235 3, 4 | by philosophy and empty deceit35. Hence all faithful 236 3, 3 | revelation and can neither deceive nor be deceived. Faith, 237 3, 3 | can neither deceive nor be deceived. Faith, declares the Apostle, 238 3, 4 | be errors which wear the deceptive appearance of truth. Not 239 Intro | end of which was the clear declaration: "with the approval of the 240 3 | which heals all8 and from declaring it, for she knows that these 241 3, 4 | wisdom of God, which God decreed before the ages for our 242 Intro | is that entitled Acta et decreta sacrosancti oecumenici concilii 243 4 | and for the protection, defence and growth of the catholic 244 3, 4 | Christians are forbidden to defend as the legitimate conclusions 245 4, 3 | asserted, supported and defended by the supreme and universal 246 4, 4 | apostolic authority, he defines a doctrine concerning faith 247 4, 4 | willed his church to enjoy in defining doctrine concerning faith 248 4, 4 | morals. Therefore, such definitions of the Roman pontiff are 249 3, 3 | absolutely clear miracles and delivered prophecies; while of the 250 3, 4 | the other hand, faith delivers reason from errors and 251 3, Canons, 4 | faith can be understood and demonstrated by properly trained reason 252 4, 4 | constant custom of the church demonstrates it, and ~o        the ecumenical 253 3, 3 | prophecies, which clearly demonstrating as they do the omnipotence 254 3, Canons, 3 | have completed a scientific demonstration of the credibility and truth 255 3 | christian religion, and the denial of God and his Christ, has 256 4, 3 | true honour, when it is denied to none of those to whom 257 4 | coherence of the whole church depends. This doctrine is to be 258 3, 4 | searches everything, even the depths of God31. And the Only-begotten 259 3, 4 | of the advantages which derive from this source for human 260 4, 4 | doctrine, we hope that we may deserve to remain in that one communion 261 4, 4 | Since it is our earnest desire to be in no way separated 262 3 | consequence is that they strive to destroy rational nature itself, 263 3 | had all faith in Christ destroyed. Indeed even the holy Bible 264 2 | exists, and that the souls detained there are helped by the 265 3, Canons, 1 | indefinite being which by self determination establishes the totality 266 4, 3 | supreme pontiff by no means detracts from that ordinary and immediate 267 3, 4 | illuminated by its light, develops the science of divine things; 268 3, 2 | came to the apostles by the dictation of the holy Spirit, and 269 3, Canons, 4 | propounded by the church which is different from that which the church 270 3, 2 | known by everyone without difficulty, with firm certitude and 271 4, 3 | of whatever rite and dignity, both singly and collectively, 272 3 | the truth was gradually diluted in them, their catholic 273 3 | impiety spreading in every direction, it has come about, alas, 274 3, 4 | there can never be any real disagreement between faith and reason, 275 4, 4 | this see so that they might discharge their exalted office for 276 4, 4 | Saviour to the prince of his disciples: I have prayed for you that 277 3, 4 | not as some philosophical discovery capable of being perfected 278 Intro | other editions reveals no discrepancies, indeed absolute agreement. ~ 279 4, 4 | few are to be found who disparage its authority, we judge 280 4, 3 | government of the church dispersed throughout the whole world; 281 3, Canons, 3 | divine faith is not to be distinguished from natural knowledge about 282 3 | faith, they are found to distort the genuine sense of the 283 4, 1 | are clearly opposed the distorted opinions of those who misrepresent 284 3 | was weakened. Led away by diverse and strange teachings 4 285 2 | together with the soul and divinity, of our lord Jesus Christ; 286 4, 4 | by all the holy orthodox doctors, for they knew very well 287 3, Canons, 4 | expressly mentioned in this document, have been banned and forbidden 288 4, 4 | define as a divinely revealed dogma that when the Roman pontiff 289 | down 290 2 | completeness and purity until my dying breath, and I shall do my 291 3, 2 | has not seen, neither has ear heard, nor has it come into 292 4, 4 | honour. Since it is our earnest desire to be in no way separated 293 3, 1 | bodily, the angelic and the earthly, and thereafter the human 294 4, 4 | particularly those in which East and West met in the union 295 Intro | lands. Bishops from the eastern Orthodox churches were also 296 3, 2 | in the old Latin Vulgate edition, are to be received as sacred 297 4, 4 | very age when the salutary effectiveness of the apostolic office 298 3 | origin, - which spares no effort to bring it about that Christ, 299 3, Canons, 2 | being cannot be divinely elevated to a knowledge and perfection 300 3, Canons, 4 | labour to the warding off and elimination of these errors from the 301 3, Canons, 1 | at any rate, spiritual, emanated from the divine substance; 302 3, 3 | could fulfil our duty of embracing the true faith and of persevering 303 2 | church, and that their use is eminently beneficial to the christian 304 4, 3 (54)| Michaelem imp. (Letter to the emperor Michael) (PL 119, 954). ~ 305 3, 4 | forbid these studies to employ, each within its own area, 306 3, 4 | astray by philosophy and empty deceit35. Hence all faithful 307 3 | holds and teaches, and to endanger the integrity and genuineness 308 4, 3 | can depart from it without endangering his faith and salvation. 309 3, 4 | what belongs to faith and engender confusion. For the doctrine 310 4, 4 | Redeemer willed his church to enjoy in defining doctrine concerning 311 3, 4 | contrary to the truth of enlightened faith is totally false34. 312 | enough 313 4, 3 | pastors and flocks of the entire church, so that they may 314 Intro | collection which we use is that entitled Acta et decreta sacrosancti 315 4, 2 (46)| session of the council of Ephesus (D no. 112). ~ 316 1 | held on the feast of the Epiphany of the Lord, that is 6 January 317 4, 2 (48)| be found among: Ambrose, Epistolae (Letters), 11 (PL 16, 946). ~ 318 4, 4 | peoples of the world; and with equal care they made sure that 319 3 | catholic truth and condemning erroneous doctrines. But now it 320 3 | nations. Thus they would establish what they call the rule 321 3, Canons, 1 | which by self determination establishes the totality of things distinct 322 3, 2 | belonging as they do to the establishing of christian doctrine, 323 Intro | use is that entitled Acta et decreta sacrosancti oecumenici 324 4, 3 (51)| Ep. ad Eulog. Alexandrin. (Letter to 325 4, 3 (51)| Alexandrin. (Letter to Eulogius of Alexandria), Vlll 29 ( 326 Intro | time, bishops from outside Europe and its neighbouring lands. 327 3 | this time forth and for evermore9 . ~ And so we, following 328 3 | decrees were neglected. Everybody knows that those heresies, 329 | everyone 330 3 | celebrated though it was in evil days. Thence came 1.     331 3 | we feel at most serious evils, which have largely arisen 332 3, Canons, 1 | by the manifestation and evolution of itself becomes all things 333 4, 4 | the Roman pontiff speaks EX CATHEDRA, that is, when, 334 4, 4 | they might discharge their exalted office for the salvation 335 3, Canons, 2 | and perfection which exceeds the natural, but ~ of himself 336 | except 337 4, 4 | that is, when, in the exercise of his office as shepherd 338 4, 2 | he lives and presides and exercises judgment in his successors 339 3, Canons, 2 | is impossible, or not expedient, that human beings should 340 3, Canons, 3 | only by each one's internal experience or private inspiration: 341 3, 4 | faith are not understood and explained in accordance with the mind 342 4, 3 | adhering to the manifest and explicit decrees both of our predecessors 343 3 | definition and more fruitful exposition of the holy dogmas of religion 344 4, 4 | religiously guard and faithfully expound the revelation or deposit 345 3 | preserved and authentically expounded by the catholic church 346 3, Canons, 4 | wrong opinions, though not expressly mentioned in this document, 347 3, 2 | of the human mind; indeed eye has not seen, neither has 348 3, Canons, 3 | are to be set aside as fables or myths; or that miracles 349 3, 3 | Spirit, who gives to all facility in accepting and believing 350 4, 4 | where the faith can know no failing59. [Holy See]~ The Roman 351 4, 3 | that in all cases which fall under ecclesiastical jurisdiction 352 3 | and anxious to raise the fallen, to steady those who stumble, 353 1 | council should be held on the feast of the Epiphany of the Lord, 354 3 | the bitter grief that we feel at most serious evils, which 355 3 | as our co-assessors and fellow-judges, gathered here as they are 356 3, 3 | please God21 and reach the fellowship of his sons and daughters, 357 3, 3 | holiness and her inexhaustible fertility in every kind of goodness, 358 | few 359 3, 4 | one another and with the final end of humanity; but 360 3, 3 | unto Jesus the author and finisher of our faith27, let us hold 361 3, Canons, 1 | 4. If anyone says that finite things, both corporal and 362 3, 3 | they profess rests on the firmest of foundations. To this 363 4 | heaven was to rise upon the firmness of this foundation41. And 364 3 | grateful hearts, as is only fitting, these and other outstanding 365 4, 1 | you, Simon Bar-Jona. For flesh and blood has not revealed 366 3, 4 | and greatly and vigorously flourish, in each and all, in the 367 4, 1 | pastor and ruler of his whole fold, saying: ~ Feed my lambs, 368 3, 3 | led by human opinions, follow a false religion; for those 369 4, 4 | fathers and reverenced and followed by all the holy orthodox 370 4, 4 | them from the poisonous food of error and be nourished 371 4, 3 | government of the church, has no force or effect unless it is confirmed 372 3, 3 | divine acts, and first and foremost miracles and prophecies, 373 4, 4 (56)| From Pope Hormisdas's formula of the year 517 (D no. 171), 374 3, 4 | God has revealed is put forward not as some philosophical 375 3 | and piety, 5.     the founding of colleges for the training 376 4, 4 | So the fathers of the fourth council of Constantinople, 377 Intro | Catholics". ~The outbreak of the Franco-Prussian war led to the interruption 378 3, 4 | while she admits this just freedom, she takes particular care 379 3 | the faithful, and a more frequent reception of the sacraments. 380 3 | closer definition and more fruitful exposition of the holy dogmas 381 3, 3 | the end. So that we could fulfil our duty of embracing the 382 3, 4 | errors and protects it and furnishes it with knowledge of many 383 3 | these and other outstanding gains, which the divine mercy 384 3 | save what was lost6 and to gather into one the children of 385 Intro | the latter constitution gave rise, particularly in Germany, 386 3, Canons, 1 | totality of things distinct in genera, species and individuals: 387 4, 3 | the Roman pontiffs and of general councils, we promulgate 388 3, 4 | that God was known to the gentiles from created things29, comes 389 3 | endanger the integrity and genuineness of the faith. ~ At the sight 390 Intro | gave rise, particularly in Germany, to bitter and most serious 391 4, 1 | prevail against it. I will give you the keys of the kingdom 392 2 | Spirit, the lord and the giver of life, who proceeds from 393 3, 3 | of the holy Spirit, who gives to all facility in accepting 394 3, 3 | question. This being so, giving thanks to God the Father 395 3, 4 | before the ages for our glorification. None of the rulers of this 396 3, 3 | Lord stirs up those who go astray and helps them by 397 3, 4 | divine teaching, or, by going beyond their proper limits, 398 2 | help me God and these holy gospels of God. ~ 399 4, 2 | rock-like strength he was granted, and does not abandon that 400 3 | While we recall with grateful hearts, as is only fitting, 401 3, Canons, 4 | shunned which approach it in greater or less degree, we warn 402 3, 4 | centuries roll along, and greatly and vigorously flourish, 403 4, 4 | second council of Lyons, the Greeks made the following profession: " 404 4, 3 | universal pastor; for St Gregory the Great says: "My honour 405 3 | cannot subdue the bitter grief that we feel at most serious 406 4, 2 | communion flow to all, they will grow together into the structure 407 4 | protection, defence and growth of the catholic flock, 408 4, 4 | they might religiously guard and faithfully expound the 409 4, 3 | that they may be taught and guided by him in the way of salvation. 410 4, 2 (48)| Irenaeus, Adv. haeres. (Against Heresies) 1113 ( 411 3, 1 | from the world, supremely happy in himself and from himself, 412 4 | contrary errors which are so harmful to the Lord's flock. 413 4 | make their assault with a hatred that increases day by day 414 3 | to the truth of God which heals all8 and from declaring 415 3, 2 | not seen, neither has ear heard, nor has it come into our 416 2 | souls detained there are helped by the suffrages of the 417 3, 3 | those who go astray and helps them by his grace so that 418 | here 419 3, Canons, 4 | avoid the contamination of heresy unless those errors are 420 4, 3 | this power by the duty of hierarchical subordination and true obedience, 421 3, 3 | effective help of power from on high. For,   the kind Lord 422 4, 3 | than which there is no higher authority) is not subject 423 3, 4 | so far is the church from hindering the development of human 424 3, 3 | propagation, her outstanding holiness and her inexhaustible fertility 425 2 | reigning with Christ are to be honoured and prayed to, and that 426 3, 3 | the assurance of things hoped for, the conviction of things 427 4, 4 (56)| From Pope Hormisdas's formula of the year 517 ( 428 4 | church in which, as in the house of the living God, all 429 | however 430 3, 4 | and with the final end of humanity; but reason ~ is never 431 2 | things were made. Who for us humans and for our salvation 432 4, 4 | catholic church. She truly and humbly acknowledges that she received 433 3, 4 | ways. For she is neither ignorant nor contemptuous of the 434 3, 3 (20)| Council of Orange II(529), canon 7 (Bruns 2, 435 3, 4 | foundations of the faith and, illuminated by its light, develops the 436 3, 3 | without the inspiration and illumination of the holy Spirit, who 437 2 | I resolutely assert that images of 1.     Christ and ~ 438 3, 1 | either exists or can be imagined. This one true God, 439 3, 1 | earth, almighty, eternal, immeasurable, incomprehensible, infinite 440 4, 3 (54)| Nicholas 1, Ep. ad Michaelem imp. (Letter to the emperor 441 3, 4 | Christ30, he declares: We impart a secret and hidden wisdom 442 3 | human society. With this impiety spreading in every direction, 443 3, 4 | are divinely revealed, are incapable of being known. Wherefore, 444 2 | down from heaven. He was incarnate by the holy Spirit of the 445 Intro | editions. Later they were included in volume 7 of Collectio 446 4, 4 | prince of the apostles, includes also the supreme power of 447 Intro | numbers attended this council, including, for the first time, bishops 448 3, 1 | eternal, immeasurable, incomprehensible, infinite in will, understanding 449 3, 3 | motive of credibility and an incontrovertible evidence of her own divine 450 3 | the visible head, and an increased vigour in the whole mystical 451 4 | assault with a hatred that increases day by day against its divinely 452 3, 1 | not with the intention of increasing his happiness, nor indeed 453 3, Canons, 1 | that God is a universal or indefinite being which by self determination 454 3, Canons, 3 | that human reason is so independent that faith cannot be commanded 455 3, 3 | the holy Spirit external indications of his revelation, that 456 3, Canons, 1 | distinct in genera, species and individuals: let him be anathema. ~ 457 2 | affirm that the power of indulgences was left by Christ in the 458 3, 3 | outstanding holiness and her inexhaustible fertility in every kind 459 3, 1 | himself and from himself, and inexpressibly loftier than anything besides 460 4, 4 | Chapter 4. On the infallible teaching authority of the 461 3, 4 | faithfully protected and infallibly promulgated. Hence, too, 462 3, 4 | that they do not become infected with errors by conflicting 463 3, 4 | reveals the mysteries and infuses faith, and who has endowed 464 3 | of all this, how can the inmost being of the church not 465 3, Canons, 2 | that they were divinely inspired : let him be anathema. ~ 466 3, 3 | with the grace of God inspiring and assisting us, we believe 467 3 | people by ~ a more accurate instruction of the faithful, and a 468 3 | teaches, and to endanger the integrity and genuineness of the faith. ~ 469 3, 3 | revealer full submission of intellect and will by faith. This 470 3, 4 | being perfected by human intelligence, but as a divine deposit 471 3, 2 | firm certitude and with no intermingling of error. It is not because 472 3, 2 | speculation, has been wrongly interpreted by some, we renew that decree 473 Intro | Franco-Prussian war led to the interruption of the council. It was in 474 3, 3 | because we perceive its intrinsic truth by the natural light 475 Intro | INTRODUCTION~This council was summoned 476 3, 4 | beyond their proper limits, intrude upon what belongs to faith 477 3 | to assimilate it to the inventions of myth. Thereupon there 478 Intro | Orthodox churches were also invited, but did not come. ~The 479 3, 3 | the nations22 , she both invites to herself those who have 480 4, 2 (48)| Irenaeus, Adv. haeres. (Against Heresies) 481 4, 4 | the consent of the church, irreformable.  ~10.  So then, should 482 3, 1 (10)| See Lateran council IV, const. 1 (see above, p. 483 Intro | was summoned by Pope Pius IX by the bull Aeterni Patris 484 4, 2 | In consequence of being joined, as members to head, with 485 4, 3 | lawful to appeal from the judgments of the Roman pontiffs to 486 4 | SESSION 4 : 18 July 1870 - First dogmatic constitution 487 Intro | bull Aeterni Patris of 29 June 1868. The first session 488 4, 3 | other church, and that this jurisdictional power of the Roman pontiff 489 4, 4 | help, they knew to be in keeping with sacred scripture 490 3, 4 | it with knowledge of many kinds. Hence, so far is the 491 3, Canons, 4 | contribute their zeal and labour to the warding off and elimination 492 3 | teaches, blessing her in her labours and bringing her help when 493 Intro | in volume 7 of Collectio Lacensis ( 1892) and in volumes 49- 494 4, 1 | fold, saying: ~ Feed my lambs, feed my sheep44. To this 495 3, 3 | attention to this as to a lamp shining in a dark place19. 496 Intro | Europe and its neighbouring lands. Bishops from the eastern 497 Intro | the sacred council". Very large numbers attended this council, 498 3 | serious evils, which have largely arisen either because 499 | Later 500 3, 2 | they are found in the old Latin Vulgate edition, are to


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