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Sayfa 156 - Aug. 10, 1863. V. ERRORS CONCERNING THE CHURCH AND HER RIGHTS 19. The Church is not a true, and perfect, and entirely free society, nor does she enjoy peculiar and perpetual rights conferred upon her by her Divine Founder, but it appertains to the civil power to define what are the rights and limits within which the Church may exercise authority.
Sayfa 159 - The entire direction of public schools, in which the youth of Christian states are educated, except ( to a certain extent ) in the case of episcopal seminaries, may and must appertain to the civil power, and belong to it so far that no other authority whatsoever shall be recognized as having any right to interfere in the discipline of the schools, the arrangement of the studies, the taking of degrees, or the choice and approval of the teachers.
Sayfa 159 - In consistoriali," Nov. 1, 1850. 44. The civil authority may interfere in matters relating to religion, morality and spiritual government: hence, it can pass judgment on the instructions issued for the guidance of consciences, conformably with their mission, by the pastors of the Church. Further, it has the right to make enactments regarding the administration of the divine sacraments, and the dispositions necessary for receiving them. — Allocutions "In consistoriali," Nov. 1, 1850, and "Maxima...
Sayfa 64 - Signed, sealed, published and declared by Phillip Tarr, the above named testator, as and for his last will and testament, in the presence of us, who at his request, in his presence, and in the presence of each other, have subscribed Our Names as Witnesses thereto.
Sayfa 139 - Deus idem est ac rerum natura, et iccirco immutation!bus obnoxius, Deusque reapse fit in homine et mundo, atque omnia Deus sunt et ipsissimam Dei habent substantiam ; ac una eademque res est Deus cum mundo, et proinde spiritus cum materia, necessitas cum libertate, verum cum falso, bonum cum malo et justum cum injusto.
Sayfa 156 - Protestantism is nothing more than another form of the same true Christian religion, in which it is possible to be equally pleasing to God as in the Catholic Church.
Sayfa 153 - In effect, God is produced in man and in the world, and all things are God, and have the very substance of God.
Sayfa 187 - I am joined in communion with your Holiness, that is, with the chair of Peter : upon that rock I know the Church is built. Whoever eats the lamb out of that house is a profane person. Whoever is not in the ark shall perish in the flood.
Sayfa 181 - Moreover, as to the intention of our Society, that letter asserts our especial aim to be, ' that the three Communions named, each in its integrity and each maintaining still its own opinions, may coalesce into one.' " Far from us and from our Society be such an aim as this ; from which must be anticipated, not ecclesiastical unity, but merely a discord of brethren in personal conflict under one roof. What we beseech Almighty God to grant, and desire with all our hearts, is simply that oecumenical...
Sayfa 157 - The ecclesiastical power must not exercise its authority without the permission and assent of the civil government. 21. The Church has not the power of defining dogmatically that the religion of the Catholic Church is the only true religion.