A Few Remarks on Bishop Meurin's Reply to the Message of the Church of England Bishops Assembled in Conference at Calcutta

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Christian Knowledge Society, 1883 - 23 pages
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Page 21 - And although we be unworthy through our manifold sins to offer unto thee any sacrifice, yet we beseech thee to accept this our bounden duty and service : not weighing our merits, but pardoning our offences, through Jesus Christ our Lord...
Page 21 - We offer indeed, but in remembrance of His death. This Sacrifice is an example of that Sacrifice. This that we do is done in remembrance of that that was done. We offer up the same that Christ offered: or rather we work the remembrance of that Sacrifice.
Page 19 - Body ;' what he said we stedfastly believe. He said not, after this or that manner, neque con, neque sub, neque trans. And therefore we place it among the opinions of the schools, not among the articles of our Faith. The Holy Eucharist, which is the Sacrament of peace and unity, ought not to be made the matter of strife and...
Page 6 - If any one saith, that in the Catholic Church there is not a hierarchy by divine ordination instituted, consisting of bishops, priests, and ministers; let him be anathema.
Page 19 - Body;" what He said, we do stedfastly believe. He said not, after this or that manner, neque con, neque sub, neque trans. And therefore we place it among the opinions of the Schools, not among the articles of our Faith. The Holy Eucharist, which is the Sacrament of peace and unity, ought not to be made the matter of strife and contention.
Page 15 - Some carry their devotion only in books, some in pictures, some in outward signs and figures. Some have Me in their mouths, but little in their hearts...
Page 14 - And the wall of the city had twelve foundations, and in them the names of the twelve Apostles of the Lamb.
Page 18 - That the doctrine of the real presence of ' the body and blood of our Saviour Christ, under the form of bread and wine...
Page 20 - I cannot foresee what occasion slander can have to pick any such consequence out of my sayings. Certainly the sacrifices of the old law ceased not to be sacrifices, because they were figures and prophecies of that one sacrifice upon the cross which mankind was redeemed with. And why should the...
Page 5 - She teaches that the Orders of her ministers have descended from the Apostles, and are appointed by God ; and that the power given to them in the ceremony of Ordination is communicated by the Holy Ghost ; * moreover that the form of Episcopacy is divine and essentially necessary to her existence.

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