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501 4, 3 | who maintain that it is lawful to appeal from the judgments 502 3, 2 | himself and the eternal laws of his will to the human 503 3, 4 | they are properly used, lead to God by the help of his 504 4, 2 | because of its more effective leadership. In consequence of being 505 4, 3 | on the civil power, which leads them to maintain that what 506 3 | the clergy in zeal for ~ learning and piety, 5.     the 507 4, 2 (46)| speech of Philip, the Roman legate, at the 3rd session of the 508 3, 4 | forbidden to defend as the legitimate conclusions of science those 509 3, 4 (36)| Vincent of Lerins, Commonitorium (Notebook), 510 | less 511 3, 4 | wrongly passes for knowledge, lest anyone be led astray by 512 3, Canons, 4 | treated with such a degree of liberty that their assertions may 513 3, 3 | that, like a standard lifted up for the nations22 , 514 3, 4 | going beyond their proper limits, intrude upon what belongs 515 3, 2 | by the apostles from the lips of Christ himself, or came 516 3, 4 | and revealed them to the little ones32. Now reason, 517 4, 2 | this day and for ever he lives and presides and exercises 518 3, 1 | himself, and inexpressibly loftier than anything besides himself 519 3 | the christian faith, is no longer held to be divine, but they 520 2 | remission of Sins. And I look for the resurrection of 521 3, 3 | great a salvation26, but looking unto Jesus the author and 522 4, 1 | heaven, and whatever you loose on earth shall be loosed 523 4, 1 | loose on earth shall be loosed in heaven43. [CONFERRED] ~ 524 3 | Christ came to save what was lost6 and to gather into one 525 3, Canons, 1 | necessarily as he necessarily loves himself; or denies that 526 3, 4 | church has maintained and maintains this too: that there is 527 2 | the Father almighty, maker of heaven and earth, 528 | makes 529 2 | virgin Mary: and became man. He was crucified also 530 3, Canons, 1 | the divine essence, by the manifestation and evolution of itself 531 3 | but most especially is it manifested in the advantages which 532 4 | by the Father40, in like manner it was his will that in 533 Intro | and in volumes 49-53 of Mansi's collection (1923-1927). 534 3, 3 | those things, so many and so marvellous, which have been divinely 535 2 | holy Spirit of the virgin Mary: and became man. He was 536 2 | I profess that in the mass there is offered to God 537 3, Canons, 1 | in it, both spiritual and material, were produced, according 538 3 | the abyss of pantheism, materialism and atheism, and the consequence 539 2 | 6.     order and ~7.     matrimony; and ~ they confer grace. 540 | me 541 3, Canons, 3 | signs, and that therefore men and women ought to be moved 542 3 | of Trent requires special mention, celebrated though it was 543 3, Canons, 4 | opinions, though not expressly mentioned in this document, have been 544 3 | gains, which the divine mercy has bestowed on the church 545 4, 3 | the Roman pontiff has merely an office of supervision 546 3, 3 | with them and confirmed the message by the signs that attended 547 4, 4 | those in which East and West met in the union of faith and 548 3, 4 | own proper principles and method: but while she admits 549 4, 3 (51)| Alexandria), Vlll 29 (30) (MGH, Ep. 2, 31 28-30, PL 77, 550 4, 3 (54)| Nicholas 1, Ep. ad Michaelem imp. (Letter to the emperor 551 4, 1 | him in his capacity as her minister. Therefore, if anyone 552 4, 1 | distorted opinions of those who misrepresent the form of government which 553 3, 3 | evidence of her own divine mission. So it comes about that, 554 3, 4 | church, or unsound views are mistaken for the conclusions of reason. 555 3, 3 (18)| Mk 16, 20. ~ 556 3, 4 | obscurity, as long as in this mortal life we are away from the 557 3, 3 | understanding of all. Hence Moses and the prophets, and 558 3, 3 | kind of great and perpetual motive of credibility and an incontrovertible 559 3, Canons, 3 | men and women ought to be moved to faith only by each one' 560 3, 3 | faith is by no means a blind movement of the mind, yet no one 561 3, 3 (20)| canon 7 (Bruns 2, 178; Msi 8, 713) ~ 562 3 | Thence came ~8.     the multiplication of religious orders and 563 3 | gradually collapsed into a multiplicity of sects, either at variance 564 4 | of the clergy, the whole multitude of believers should be held 565 3, 4 | with one another but they mutually support each other, for 566 3 | increased vigour in the whole mystical body of Christ. Thence came ~ 567 3 | it to the inventions of myth. Thereupon there came into 568 3, Canons, 3 | be set aside as fables or myths; or that miracles can never 569 4, 4 (56)| 171), see above p. 157 n. 1. ~ 570 3, 4 | under the pretext or in the name of a more profound understanding. 571 3 | doctrine of rationalism or naturalism, - utterly opposed to the 572 3, 4 | analogy from what it knows naturally, or from the connexion 573 2 | salvation, though each person need not receive them all. 574 4, 4 | office is most especially needed, not a few are to be found 575 3, 3 | saints in light25 let us not neglect so great a salvation26, 576 3 | because its wise decrees were neglected. Everybody knows that 577 Intro | from outside Europe and its neighbouring lands. Bishops from the 578 4, 4 | This gift of truth and never-failing faith was therefore divinely 579 | Nevertheless 580 | next 581 4, 3 (54)| Nicholas 1, Ep. ad Michaelem imp. ( 582 3, 4 (36)| of Lerins, Commonitorium (Notebook), 28 (PL 50, 668). ~ 583 3, 3 | his institution with clear notes to the end that she might 584 4, 4 | poisonous food of error and be nourished with the sustenance of heavenly 585 4, 3 (52)| Super soliditate dated 28 Nov. 1786. ~ 586 Intro | sacred council". Very large numbers attended this council, including, 587 3 | nations, recognises her obligations to all and is always ready 588 3, 3 | uncreated truth, we are obliged to yield to God the revealer 589 3, 4 | as it were, in a certain obscurity, as long as in this mortal 590 2 | traditions and all other observances and constitutions of that 591 3, Canons, 4 | warn all of their duty to observe the constitutions and decrees 592 4, 3 | and flocks may be lawfully obstructed; or that it should be dependent 593 3, 1 | happiness, nor indeed of obtaining happiness, but in order 594 4, 2 | succeeds to the chair of Peter obtains by the institution of Christ 595 3, 4 | faith and reason never be at odds with one another but they 596 Intro | Acta et decreta sacrosancti oecumenici concilii Vaticani in quatuor 597 2 | prayed to, and that they offer prayers to God on our behalf, 598 2 | that in the mass there is offered to God a true, proper and 599 Intro | resumed, nor was it ever officially closed. As in other councils 600 3, 3 | demonstrating as they do the omnipotence and infinite knowledge of 601 3, 4 | revealed them to the little ones32. Now reason, does 602 3, 1 | well11 . All things are open and laid bare to his eyes12 , 603 1 | December 1869 - Decree of opening of the council~Pius, bishop, 604 3, 3 | a gift of God, and its operation is a work belonging to the 605 4, 4 | councils or consulting the opinion of the churches scattered 606 3, 4 | nor can truth ever be in opposition to truth. The appearance 607 3, 3 (20)| Council of Orange II(529), canon 7 (Bruns 608 4, 3 | declare that, by divine ordinance, the Roman church possesses 609 3 | religious orders and other organisations of christian piety; thence 610 2 | council of Trent concerning original sin and justification. Likewise 611 3, Canons, 3 | therefore men and women ought to be moved to faith only 612 | ours 613 Intro | as "Old Catholics". ~The outbreak of the Franco-Prussian war 614 Intro | first time, bishops from outside Europe and its neighbouring 615 3 | of many into the abyss of pantheism, materialism and atheism, 616 4, 3 | nor may anyone lawfully pass judgment thereupon54. And 617 3, 2 | the holy Spirit, and were passed on as it were from hand 618 3, 4 | condemning what wrongly passes for knowledge, lest anyone 619 Intro | Pius IX by the bull Aeterni Patris of 29 June 1868. The first 620 4, 4 | of the churches and the pattern of ancient usage referred 621 3, 3 | sure; you will do well to pay attention to this as to 622 1 | people, and for the common peace and concord of all, the 623 2 | the Eucharist, ~4.     penance, ~5.     last anointing, ~ 624 3, 4 | in the way in which it penetrates those truths which form 625 3, 4 | never rendered capable of penetrating these mysteries in the 626 4, 4 | be spread among all the peoples of the world; and with equal 627 3, 3 | revealed, not because we perceive its intrinsic truth by the 628 3, 2 | nature has been clearly perceived in the things that have 629 3, 4 | discovery capable of being perfected by human intelligence, 630 3, 2 | In consequence, it is not permissible for anyone to interpret 631 3, 3 | light24, so that they may persevere in this light, not abandoning 632 3, 3 | embracing the true faith and of persevering unwaveringly in it, God, 633 3, 4 | does indeed when it seeks persistently, piously and soberly, 634 4, 2 (48)| Against Heresies) 1113 (PG 7, 849), Council of Aquilea ( 635 4, 2 (46)| From the speech of Philip, the Roman legate, at the 636 3, 4 | put forward not as some philosophical discovery capable of being 637 3, 4 | anyone be led astray by philosophy and empty deceit35. Hence 638 2 | he suffered under Pontius Pilate and was buried. The third 639 4, 2 | head of the apostles, the pillar of faith and the foundation 640 3, 4 | when it seeks persistently, piously and soberly, achieve 641 3, 1 | by an absolutely free plan, together from the beginning 642 3, 3 | faith it is impossible to please God21 and reach the fellowship 643 4, 4 | only-begotten Son of God was pleased to attach to the supreme 644 3, 2 | made.13 It was, however, pleasing to his wisdom and goodness 645 2, 0 (1) | other fathers added: and I pledge and swear true obedience 646 3 | God and his Christ, has plunged the minds of many into the 647 4, 4 | kept away by them from the poisonous food of error and be nourished 648 2 | for us, he suffered under Pontius Pilate and was buried. The 649 3, Canons, 2 | and must reach finally the possession of all truth and goodness 650 3, Canons, 4 | anyone says that it is possible that at some time, given 651 1 | pleasure that, ~ to the praise and glory of the holy and 652 2 | to, and that they offer prayers to God on our behalf, and 653 4, 3 | Roman church possesses a pre-eminence of ordinary power over every 654 2, 0 (2) | office, hold, teach and preach the same ~ 655 3, 3 | And they went forth and preached every, while the Lord worked 656 4, 4 | which the apostolic see preaches, for in it is the whole 657 3, 3 | one can accept the gospel preaching in the way that is necessary 658 4, 1 | and deny that Peter, in preference to the rest of the apostles, 659 3, 2 | conceive what things God has prepared for those who love him15 . 660 4, 4 | necessary to affirm solemnly the prerogative which the only-begotten 661 Intro | on 8 December 1869 in the presence and under the presidency 662 3, 4 | has received the charge of preserving the deposit of faith, has 663 Intro | the pope was present and presided, the decrees were in the 664 Intro | the presence and under the presidency of the pope. ~The purpose 665 4, 2 | and for ever he lives and presides and exercises judgment in 666 3, 4 | of this sense under the pretext or in the name of a more 667 4, 1 | the underworld shall not prevail against it. I will give 668 4, 3 | that he has only the principal part, but not the absolute 669 4, 4 | supreme and full primacy and principality over the whole catholic 670 4 | instituted in him the permanent principle of both unities and their 671 Intro | concilii Vaticani in quatuor prionbus sessionibus, Rome 1872. 672 3, Canons, 3 | s internal experience or private inspiration: let him 673 2 | the giver of life, who proceeds from the Father and the 674 3, 3 | salvation, the catholic church professes to be a supernatural virtue, 675 3, 4 | understanding, and that most profitable, of the mysteries, whether 676 3, 2 | interpretation of holy scripture, profitably made by the council of Trent, 677 3, 4 | or in the name of a more profound understanding. May understanding, 678 3, 4 | in fact she assists and promotes them in many ways. For 679 4, 3 | general councils, we promulgate anew the definition of the 680 3, 4 | protected and infallibly promulgated. Hence, too,that meaning 681 3, 3 | of ~ her astonishing propagation, her outstanding holiness 682 3, 3 | is written: We have the prophetic word made more sure; you 683 2 | to God a true, proper and propitiatory sacrifice for the living 684 4 | the catholic flock, to propound the doctrine concerning 685 3, Canons, 4 | be assigned to the dogmas propounded by the church which is different 686 4 | Furthermore, we shall proscribe and condemn the contrary 687 3, 4 | Christ to be faithfully protected and infallibly promulgated. 688 4 | sacred council, and for the protection, defence and growth of the 689 3, Canons, 3 | the christian religion be proved from them: let him be 690 3, 4 | things from the wise and prudent and revealed them to the 691 2 | received. I firmly hold that purgatory exists, and that the souls 692 2 | all its completeness and purity until my dying breath, and 693 3, 2 | This is how the Apostle puts it : In many and various 694 Intro | oecumenici concilii Vaticani in quatuor prionbus sessionibus, Rome 695 3, 3 | faith or for calling it into question. This being so, giving 696 3 | always ready and anxious to raise the fallen, to steady those 697 3, 2 | intention of constraining rash speculation, has been wrongly 698 3, Canons, 1 | and spiritual, or at any rate, spiritual, emanated from 699 3 | that they strive to destroy rational nature itself, to deny any 700 3 | the world that doctrine of rationalism or naturalism, - utterly 701 3, 2 | hand to hand until they reached us16. The complete books 702 3 | obligations to all and is always ready and anxious to raise the 703 3, 4 | there can never be any real disagreement between faith 704 3, 1 | must be declared to be in reality and in essence, ~ distinct 705 2 | Eucharist there is truly, really and substantially the body 706 3 | one's blood. ~ While we recall with grateful hearts, as 707 3 | faithful, and a more frequent reception of the sacraments. What 708 3, 3 | the end that she might be recognised by all as the guardian and 709 3 | and mistress of nations, recognises her obligations to all and 710 4, 3 | ecclesiastical jurisdiction recourse may be had to his judgment53. 711 4 | permanent the saving work of redemption, determined to build a 712 3 | is in danger. Now this redemptive providence appears very 713 4, 4 | pattern of ancient usage referred to this apostolic see those 714 1 | current errors, for the reformation of the clergy and the christian 715 2 | Likewise, that the saints reigning with Christ are to be honoured 716 3 | nature. The abandonment and rejection of the christian religion, 717 2 | behalf, and that their relics should be venerated. I 718 3 | ecumenical council, and relying on the word of God in 719 4, 4 | see of St. Peter always remains unblemished by any error, 720 2 | confess one baptism for the remission of Sins. And I look for 721 4, 4 | the tendency to schism is removed and the whole church is 722 4 | our souls37, in order to render permanent the saving work 723 3, 4 | but reason ~ is never rendered capable of penetrating these 724 3, 2 | interpreted by some, we renew that decree and declare 725 3 | and finally 6.     the renewal of the moral life of the 726 4, 4 | suffered by the faith should be repaired in that place above all 727 2 | and order may not be repeated without sacrilege. ~ I likewise 728 3, Canons, 3 | and that therefore all reports of them, even those contained 729 3 | the condemnation and repression of errors; thence too, ~ 730 3, Canons, 3 | for divine faith it is not required that revealed truth should 731 3 | which the council of Trent requires special mention, celebrated 732 2 | should be venerated. I resolutely assert that images of 733 2, 0 (2) | or those for whom I have responsibility in virtue of my office, 734 4, 4 | preserved in unity, and, resting on its foundation, can stand 735 3 | thence too, ~3.     the restoration and vigorous strengthening 736 3, 3 | that the faith they profess rests on the firmest of foundations. 737 Intro | council. It was in fact never resumed, nor was it ever officially 738 2 | saints, ~are to be kept and retained, and that due honour and 739 3, 2 | his wisdom and goodness to reveal himself and the eternal 740 3, 3 | obliged to yield to God the revealer full submission of intellect 741 2 | and that due honour and reverence is to be shown them. ~ I 742 4, 4 | the venerable fathers and reverenced and followed by all the 743 4, 3 | authority) is not subject to revision by anyone, nor may anyone 744 4, 2 | that see, from which the rights of sacred communion flow 745 4, 3 | faithful, of whatever rite and dignity, both singly 746 2 | likewise receive and accept the rites of the catholic church which 747 4, 2 | Peter perseveres in the rock-like strength he was granted, 748 3, 4 | increase as ages and centuries roll along, and greatly and vigorously 749 2 | buried. The third day he rose again according to the scriptures. 750 4, 1 | jurisdiction of supreme pastor and ruler of his whole fold, saying: ~ 751 3, 4 | glorification. None of the rulers of this age understood this. 752 4, 4 | the full power of tending, ruling and governing the whole 753 2 | proper and propitiatory sacrifice for the living and the dead; 754 2 | not be repeated without sacrilege. ~ I likewise receive and 755 Intro | entitled Acta et decreta sacrosancti oecumenici concilii Vaticani 756 4, 4 | in this very age when the salutary effectiveness of the apostolic 757 4, 4 | church."58 [Holy See]~ To satisfy this pastoral office, our 758 3 | just as Christ came to save what was lost6 and to gather 759 3 | God wills all people to be saved and come to the knowledge 760 4, 4 | doctrine. Thus the tendency to schism is removed and the whole 761 3, 4 | flow from God, the lord of sciences, and, if they are properly 762 3, Canons, 3 | until they have completed a scientific demonstration of the credibility 763 3, 2 | of themselves beyond the scope of human reason, can, even 764 3, 4 | the Spirit. For the Spirit searches everything, even the depths 765 3, 4 | he declares: We impart a secret and hidden wisdom of God, 766 3 | collapsed into a multiplicity of sects, either at variance or in 767 3 | advantages which have been secured for the christian world 768 3, 4 | does indeed when it seeks persistently, piously and 769 3, Canons, 1 | indefinite being which by self determination establishes 770 3 | in them, their catholic sensibility was weakened. Led away by 771 4, 3 | to his judgment53. The sentence of the apostolic see (than 772 4, 4 | earnest desire to be in no way separated from this faith and doctrine, 773 3 | training of the young for the service of religion; and finally 774 Intro | Vaticani in quatuor prionbus sessionibus, Rome 1872. Comparison with 775 Intro | in the three following sessions, there was discussion and 776 4, 4 | judgment that they must be settled."57 Then there is the 777 2 | profess also that there are seven sacraments of the new law, 778 3, 3 | who has made us worthy to share with the saints in light25 779 3, 2 | supernatural end, that is a sharing in the good things of God 780 3 | world, even at the cost of shedding one's blood. ~ While we 781 3, 3 | attention to this as to a lamp shining in a dark place19. Now, 782 3, Canons, 4 | those errors are carefully shunned which approach it in greater 783 3 | our lord and saviour, is shut out from the minds of people 784 3, 2 | unaided human skill, nor simply because they contain revelation 785 Intro | were published in various simultaneous editions. Later they were 786 2 | Trent concerning original sin and justification. Likewise 787 4, 2 | into the structure of a single body48. Therefore, if 788 3, 1 | Since he is one, singular, completely simple and 789 2 | baptism for the remission of Sins. And I look for the 790 2 | ascended into heaven and sits at the right hand of the 791 3, 3 | abandoned. Consequently, the situation of those, who by the heavenly 792 3, 2 | composed by unaided human skill, nor simply because they 793 3, Canons, 4 | true mysteries properly so-called, but that all the dogmas 794 3, 4 | persistently, piously and soberly, achieve by God's gift 795 3 | very foundations of human society. With this impiety spreading 796 3 | one time claimed to be the sole source and judge of the 797 4, 4 | absolutely necessary to affirm solemnly the prerogative which the 798 4, 3 (52)| Pius VI, Letter Super soliditate dated 28 Nov. 1786. ~ 799 2 | blood, together with the soul and divinity, of our lord 800 3 | supernatural origin, - which spares no effort to bring it about 801 4, 4 | when the Roman pontiff speaks EX CATHEDRA, that is, 802 3, 4 | appearance of this kind of specious contradiction is chiefly 803 3, 2 | intention of constraining rash speculation, has been wrongly interpreted 804 4, 2 (46)| From the speech of Philip, the Roman legate, 805 3, 4 | deposit committed to the spouse of Christ to be faithfully 806 3, 3 | unity and her unconquerable stability, is a kind of great and 807 3, 3 | comes about that, like a standard lifted up for the nations22 , 808 4, 2 | what the truth has ordained stands firm, and blessed Peter 809 4, 3 | church. My honour is the steadfast strength of my brethren. 810 2 | truly hold, is what I shall steadfastly maintain and confess, by 811 3 | to raise the fallen, to steady those who stumble, to embrace 812 3, 3 | For,   the kind Lord stirs up those who go astray and 813 3 | Led away by diverse and strange teachings 4 and confusing 814 4, 3 | thereupon54. And so they stray from the genuine path of 815 3 | the catholic church have strayed from the path of genuine 816 3 | restoration and vigorous strengthening of ecclesiastical discipline, ~ 817 3 | consequence is that they strive to destroy rational nature 818 4, 4 | office, our predecessors strove unwearyingly that the saving 819 4, 2 | will grow together into the structure of a single body48. Therefore, 820 3 | fallen, to steady those who stumble, to embrace those who return, 821 3 | ecumenical synod, we cannot subdue the bitter grief that we 822 2, 0 (2) | other fathers continues: my subjects, or those for whom I have 823 4, 3 | collectively, are bound to submit to this power by the duty 824 4, 3 | the duty of hierarchical subordination and true obedience, and 825 3, 2 | canonical not because she subsequently approved them by her authority 826 2 | there is truly, really and substantially the body and blood, together 827 4, 3 | which bishops, who have succeeded to the place of the apostles 828 4, 2 | blood46. Therefore whoever succeeds to the chair of Peter obtains 829 3 | being of the church not suffer anguish? For just as God 830 2 | there are helped by the suffrages of the faithful. Likewise, 831 4, 4 | or the state of affairs suggested, sometimes by summoning 832 3, 3 | signs of revelation and are suited to the understanding of 833 Intro | INTRODUCTION~This council was summoned by Pope Pius IX by the bull 834 4, 4 | suggested, sometimes by summoning ecumenical councils or 835 4, 3 (52)| Pius VI, Letter Super soliditate dated 28 Nov. 836 4, 3 | if this were an authority superior to the Roman pontiff. 837 4, 3 | has merely an office of supervision and guidance, and not 838 3, 4 | another but they mutually support each other, for on the 839 3, 1 | distinct from the world, supremely happy in himself and from 840 3, 4 | their very nature, so far surpass the created understanding 841 3, 2 | things of God that utterly surpasses the understanding of the 842 3, Canons, 3 | for calling in doubt, by suspending their assent, the faith 843 4, 4 | and be nourished with the sustenance of heavenly doctrine. Thus 844 4, 1 | the rest of the apostles, taken singly or collectively, 845 | taking 846 4 | should be shepherds and teachers until the end of time. 847 3 | away by diverse and strange teachings 4 and confusing nature 848 4, 1 | who is in heaven. And I tell you, you are Peter, and 849 4, 4 | which God forbid, have the temerity to reject this definition 850 4 | to be built the eternal temple, and the church whose topmost 851 4, 4 | heavenly doctrine. Thus the tendency to schism is removed and 852 4, 4 | Christ, the full power of tending, ruling and governing the 853 3, 2 | books of the old and the new Testament with all their parts, as 854 4, 3 | contrary, this power of theirs is asserted, supported and 855 | thereafter 856 2 | Pilate and was buried. The third day he rose again according 857 Intro | Christ. In fact, in the three following sessions, there 858 4 | temple, and the church whose topmost part reaches heaven was 859 3, Canons, 1 | determination establishes the totality of things distinct in genera, 860 3, Canons, 4 | demonstrated by properly trained reason from natural principles: 861 3 | founding of colleges for the training of the young for the service 862 3, 3 | grace those whom he has translated into his admirable light24, 863 2 | the catholic church calls transubstantiation. I confess that under 864 3, 4 | created things29, comes to treat of the grace and truth which 865 3, Canons, 4 | human studies are to be treated with such a degree of liberty 866 1 | of the holy and undivided Trinity, Father, Son and holy Spirit, 867 3, 4 | which it penetrates those truths which form its proper object. 868 4 | since the gates of hell trying, if they can, to overthrow 869 4, 4 | fail; and when you have turned again, strengthen your brethren60. ~ 870 Intro | discussion and approval of only two constitutions: Dogmatic 871 3, 2 | they had been composed by unaided human skill, nor simply 872 3, 1 | completely simple and unchangeable spiritual substance, 873 4 | accordance with the ancient and unchanging faith of the whole church. 874 3, 3 | catholic unity and her unconquerable stability, is a kind 875 4, 4 | should be kept pure and uncontaminated wherever it was received. [ 876 3, 3 | is completely subject to uncreated truth, we are obliged to 877 3, Canons, 4 | church has understood and understands: let him be anathema. ~ 878 4, 1 | church, and the gates of the underworld shall not prevail against 879 2 | the sacred Trent, I accept unhesitatingly and profess; in the same 880 4 | permanent principle of both unities and their visible foundation. 881 3 | appears very clearly in unnumbered benefits, but most especially 882 2 | all things seen and unseen. And in one Lord Jesus 883 3, 3 | faith27, let us hold the unshakeable confession of our hope28. ~ 884 3, 4 | mind of the church, or unsound views are mistaken for the 885 | unto 886 3, 3 | faith and of persevering unwaveringly in it, God, through his 887 4, 4 | our predecessors strove unwearyingly that the saving teaching 888 3, 2 | in written books and unwritten traditions, which were ~ 889 1 | faith and religion, for the uprooting of current errors, for 890 3 | strengthen the good and urge them on to what is better. 891 4, 4 | and the pattern of ancient usage referred to this apostolic 892 | used 893 4, 4 | taking advantage of other useful means afforded by divine 894 2 | which the holy Roman church uses, namely: I believe in 895 3, 4 (34)| See Lateran council V, session 8 (see above p. 896 3 | multiplicity of sects, either at variance or in agreement with one 897 Intro | sacrosancti oecumenici concilii Vaticani in quatuor prionbus sessionibus, 898 3, 4 | they remain covered by the veil of that same faith and wrapped, 899 4, 4 | was ~ embraced by all the venerable fathers and reverenced 900 2 | their relics should be venerated. I resolutely assert that 901 4, 3 (52)| Pius VI, Letter Super soliditate 902 3, 4 | the church, or unsound views are mistaken for the conclusions 903 3 | the restoration and vigorous strengthening of ecclesiastical 904 3, 4 | roll along, and greatly and vigorously flourish, in each and all, 905 3 | visible head, and an increased vigour in the whole mystical body 906 3, 4 (36)| Vincent of Lerins, Commonitorium ( 907 4, 3 (51)| Eulogius of Alexandria), Vlll 29 (30) (MGH, Ep. 2, 31 908 Intro | Later they were included in volume 7 of Collectio Lacensis ( 909 Intro | Lacensis ( 1892) and in volumes 49-53 of Mansi's collection ( 910 2 | the same Pius, promise, vow and swear. So help me God 911 3, 2 | are found in the old Latin Vulgate edition, are to be received 912 3, 4 | away from the Lord, for we walk by faith, and not by sight33. 913 Intro | outbreak of the Franco-Prussian war led to the interruption 914 3, Canons, 4 | their zeal and labour to the warding off and elimination of these 915 3, Canons, 4 | greater or less degree, we warn all of their duty to observe 916 3 | catholic sensibility was weakened. Led away by diverse and 917 3, 4 | them to be errors which wear the deceptive appearance 918 3, 3 | apostles we read: And they went forth and preached every, 919 4, 4 | those in which East and West met in the union of faith 920 | where 921 | wherever 922 | whoever 923 3 | being and spread far and wide throughout the world that 924 4, 4 | which the divine Redeemer willed his church to enjoy in defining 925 3 | anguish? For just as God wills all people to be saved and 926 2 | the whole substance of the wine into his blood, and this 927 Intro | controversies which led to the withdrawal from the church of those 928 | within 929 3, 4 | Wherefore, when the Apostle, who witnesses that God was known to the 930 3 | she can never cease from witnessing to the truth of God which 931 3, Canons, 3 | that therefore men and women ought to be moved to faith 932 3, Canons, 3 | only for living faith which works by charity: let him be 933 4, 2 | faithful throughout the world--to be in agreement with 934 4, 3 | the Roman pontiff hold a world-wide primacy, and that the Roman 935 3, Canons, 2 | revelation about God and the worship that should be shown him : 936 3, 3 | the Father who has made us worthy to share with the saints 937 3, 4 | veil of that same faith and wrapped, as it were, in a certain 938 3, Canons, 4 | and decrees in which such wrong opinions, though not expressly 939 4, 4 (56)| Hormisdas's formula of the year 517 (D no. 171), see above 940 3, 3 | truth, we are obliged to yield to God the revealer full 941 3, 3 | salvation, in that a person yields true obedience to God himself 942 3 | for the training of the young for the service of religion;


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