A defence of the exposition of the doctrine of the Church of England: against the exceptions of Monsieur de Meaux, late Bishop of Condom, and his vindicator

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Printed for Richard Chiswell, 1686 - 166 pages
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Page 79 - And men must not think less to be received in part than in the whole, but in each of them the whole body of our Saviour Jesu Christ.
Page 68 - Christ, and shall deny that wonderful and singular conversion of the whole substance of the bread into the Body, and of the whole substance of the wine into the Blood, the species of bread and wine alone remaining, which conversion the Catholic Church most fittingly calls Transubstantiation, let him be anathema.
Page 86 - his particular Belief is founded upon the Word " of God, and that of the Church...
Page 86 - ... he can make, that his particular belief is founded upon the word of God, and that of the Church is not ; he is obliged to support and adhere to his own belief in opposition to that of the Church. And the reason of this must be very evident to all those who own not the Church, but the Scriptures, to be the ultimate rule and guide of their faith. For if this be so, then individual persons, as well as Churches, must judge...
Page 119 - ... before they were dead. 3. The Virgin can, and has fetched men that were dead in mortal sin out of hell, by restoring them to life again, that they might repent " The practice of devotion towards her. 1. To wear her scapulary; which whoso does shall not be damned, but this habit shall be for them a mark of salvation, a safeguard in dangers, and a sign of peace and eternal alliance. They that wear this habit, shall be moreover delivered out of Purgatory the Saturday after their death. 2. To enter...
Page 118 - It is certain she has fetched many out of hell: i. e. from a state of damnation before they were dead. 3. The Virgin can, and has fetched men that were dead in mortal sin out of hell, by restoring them to life again, that they might repent "The practice of devotion towards her. 1. To wear her scapulary ; which...
Page 88 - ... authority the ancient Councils of the Primitive Church have acknowledged, and the holy Fathers have always taught the faithful to give him".
Page 117 - ... heaven as she was on earth, she still retains a kind of natural authority over His person, over His goods, and over His omnipotence; so that, as Albertus Magnus says, she can not only entreat Him for the salvation of her servants, but by her motherly authority can command Him; and as another expresses it, the power of the Mother and of the SON is all one, she being by her omnipotent SON made herself omnipotent. " Whether the blessed Virgin has ever fetched any out of hell ? Answer. 1. As to purgatory,...
Page 52 - Spirit, the languors of this sick man ; heal his wounds, and forgive his sins : drive out from him all pains of body and mind, and mercifully restore to him full health, inwardly and outwardly, that, being recovered by the help of thy mercy, he may return to...
Page 117 - SAVIOUR'S mother, as well in heaven as she was on earth, she still retains a kind of natural authority over His person, over His goods, and over His omnipotence; so that, as Albertus Magnus says, she can not only entreat Him for the salvation of her servants, but by her motherly authority can command Him; and as another expresses it, the power of the Mother and of the SON is all one, she being by her omnipotent SON made herself omnipotent.

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