An account of the chapter erected by William, titular bishop of Chalcedon and ordinary of England and Scotland, with preface and notes by W. Turnbull (Google eBook)

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1853 - History
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Page 65 - ... robbers ; in perils by mine own countrymen ; in perils by the heathen; in perils in the city; in perils in the wilderness ; in perils in the sea; in perils among false brethren ; in weariness and painfulness; in watchings often ; in hunger and thirst; in fastings often ; in cold and nakedness; besides those things that are without, that which cometh upon me daily, the care of all the Churches.
Page 11 - ... much we would willingly testify. But this is not reckoned sufficient ; we must also say that we disallow and disprove and count slanderous all that the other parties object against the Jesuits. To this we oppose, that in conscience we cannot, seeing we know not the causes by which the others are moved to write to the Pope : we offer to write to the President a blank wherein he may testify in all our names that which in conscience he thinketh may be said. This is not yet enough ; but we must write...
Page 11 - To this we oppose, that in conscience we cannot, seeing we know not the causes by which the others are moved to write to the pope : we offer to write to the president a blank, wherein he may testify, in all our names, that which in conscience he thinketh may be said. This is not yet enough ; but we must write to father Alphonso, in case the president be absent; and father Alphonso must have our names, to use when necess.ity shall require.
Page 51 - Quamvis presbyteri in sua ordinatione a peccatis absolvendi potestatem accipiant, decernit tarnen sancta Synodus nullum, etiam regulärem, posse confessiones saecularium, etiam sacerdotum, audire nee ad id idoneum reputari, nisi aut parochiale beneficium aut ab episcopis per examen, si illis videbitur esse necessarium, aut alias idoneus iudicetur et a pprobationem, quae gratis detur, obtineat; privilegiis et consuetudine quacumque, etiam immemorabili, non obstantibus.
Page 100 - Pope; the faculties which he exercises can be restricted or limited, ormodified, just as the see of Rome may please. It is not so with us bishops, we cannot be removed, we have a title to our place; our rights are defined from the gospel and from the canon law, defined as well as those of the Pope himself ; we cannot be obliged to do any thing by the mere good will or pleasure of the Pope.
Page 31 - Predecessores nostros, concessis, necnon quibus ordinarii in suis civitatibus et dioecesibus utuntur, fruuntur et gaudent, ac uti, frui et gaudere possunt, similiter uti, frui et gaudere libere et licite...
Page 100 - Ireland, cannot be removed when he is once appointed. --- The Vicar Apostolic depends, as to the existence of his office, upon the will of the See of Rome ; he can be removed from it at the good pleasure of the Pope ; the faculties which he exercises can be restricted or limited or modified, just as the See of Rome may please. It is not so with us bishops ; we cannot be removed, we have a title to our place ; our rights are...
Page viii - He was of St. John's college, Cambridge, where he took the degree of BA 1740, MA 1745, BD 1751, DD 1756.
Page 35 - ... 18°. Restituendi jus petendi debitum, quando ex aliqua causa amissum est. 19°. Cum facultate communicandi aliis sacerdotibus in partibus illis laborantibus, quos idoneos compererit ; id tamen non nisi magno hominum delectu et considerate! fiat. 20°. Quod RPD nuncius apostolicus, pro tempore in Gallia Parisiis degens, sit ordinarius Anglorum et Scotorum, cum omni potestate quam habent ordinarii in eorum dioecesibus, cum facultate dispensandi ad ordines sacros, ob defectum natalium, cum omnibus...
Page 31 - Quapropter de tua fide, prudentia, integritate, catholicss religionis zelo ac doctrina plurimum in domino confisi ; Tibi, ut, postquam munus consecrationis susceperis, et ad eadem regna te contuleris, ad solatium animarum et spirituale bonum Christi fidelium catholicorum, in regnis Angliae et...

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