The pope and the Church considered in their mutual relations, with reference to the errors of the High Church party in England, Volume 1

Burns & Oates, 1868

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Página 51 - To him again, after His resurrection, He says, Feed My sheep. Upon him being one He builds His Church ; and though He gives to all the Apostles an equal power and says, As My Father sent Me, even so send I you; receive ye the Holy Ghost; whosesoever sins ye remit, they shall be remitted to him, and whosesoever sins ye retain, they shall be retained...
Página 19 - Each Church is independent of all the rest, and is to act on the principle of what may be called Episcopal independence, except, indeed, so far as the civil power unites any number of them together Each diocese is a perfect independent Church, sufficient for itself; and the communion of Christians one with another, and the unity of them altogether, lie, not in a mutual understanding, intercourse, and combination, not in what they do in common, but in what they are and have in common, in their possession...
Página 69 - Another parable he spoke to them : the kingdom of heaven is like to leaven, which a woman took and hid in three measures of meal, until the whole was leavened.
Página 195 - Romanum, verum Christi Vicarium, totiusque Ecclesiae caput et omnium Christianorum patrem ac doctorem existere ; et ipsi in beato Petro pascendi, regendi ac gubernandi universalem Ecclesiam a Domino nostro Jesu Christo plenam potestatem traditam esse.
Página 92 - Fathers, and acknowledging the canon of the one hundred and fifty most religious bishops, which has just been read, do also determine and decree the same things respecting the privileges of the most holy city of Constantinople, New Rome. For the Fathers properly gave the primacy to the throne of the elder Rome, because that was the Imperial city.
Página 9 - Jésus-Christ même et que l'on voit en vigueur dès le temps des apôtres; ni méprisé l'autorité de la chaire de saint Pierre, qui a un fondement si certain dans l'Evangile et une suite si évidente dans la tradition : mais plutôt ils auraient conservé soigneusement et l'autorité de l'épiscopat, qui établit l'unité dans les églises particulières, et la primauté du siège de saint Pierre, qui est le centre commun de toute l'unité catholique.
Página 14 - Unde scire debes Episcopum in ecclesia esse, et ecclesiam in episcopo ; et si quis cum episcopo non sit, in ecclesia non esse...
Página 87 - This is the faith of the apostles, this is the faith of the Church, this is the faith of the orthodox, this is the faith of all the world. We, who adore the Trinity, worship' images. Whoever does not the like, anathema upon him ! Anathema on all who call images idols ! Anathema on all who communicate with them who do not worship images...
Página 44 - David will I lay upon his shoulder ; so he shall open, and none shall shut ; and he shall shut, and none shall open.
Página 81 - Ephesus (the italics are his own) that — The charge of teaching has descended [from the Apostles] equally upon all Bishops. We are all engaged in it by an hereditary right; all we who have come in their stead, preach in the name of the Lord to all countries in the world, according to what was said to them,

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