Kirchengeschichte Deutschlands, Volume 1

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J.C. Hinrichs'sche buchhandlung, 1887 - Church and state in Germany - 1316 pages
 

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Page 54 - Processu pelagi iam se Capraria tollit; 440 squalet lucifugis insula piena viris. Ipsi se monachos Graio cognomine dicunt, quod soli nullo vivere teste volunt.
Page 535 - Gewiss, so müsste man fragen, wenn Bonifatius nur ein fränkischer Bischof gewesen wäre, der in nichts das überschreiten wollte, was im Frankenreiche üblich war. Aber das war er nicht. Man muss deshalb mit der Frage beginnen: Welche Privilegien für Benediktinerklöster kannte Bonifatius aiis England und Italien und welche mussten ihm für sein Kloster wünschenswert erscheinen? Geht man hievon ans, so wird das Resultat anders lauten als bei Harttung«.
Page 484 - ... nostri cum indulgentia Dei aliquanto tempore retineamus, ea conditione, ut annis singulis de unaquaque casata solidus...
Page 22 - ... fas habet et patriam propter considere dextram ipse opifex rerum, rebus causa ipse creandis, ipse dei verbum, verbum deus, anticipator mundi, quem facturus erat : generatus in illo...
Page 224 - Abbates pro humilitatis religione in episcoporum potestate consistant, et si quid extra regulam fecerint, ab episcopis corrigantur ; qui semel in anno in loco ubi episcopus elegerit, accepta vocatione conveniant.
Page 134 - V. v. 3. n. 82. vol. ap 180., corrected. The author's reference is correct according to Crabbe's edition, Colon. Agripp. 1551. (tip 1047.) De his, quae parochiis in terris, vineis, mancipiis, atque peculiis quicunque fideles obtulerint, antiquorum canonum statuta serventur, ut omnia in episcopi potestate consistant.
Page 59 - Quid hoc maius 3 poterat intendere accusator sacerdos? Fuit enim, fuit et hoc delatorum genus qui nominibus antistites, re uera autem satellites atque adeo carnifices, non contenti miseros auitis euoluisse patrimoniis...
Page 337 - ... ignobiles viros ad veram Christi fidem convertit sacroque baptismate regeneravit et in sancta corroboravit religione'.
Page 205 - Ecdesiae apertiori sermone populo praedicet, ita arte temperans ut nee rusticitas sapientes offendat, nee honesta loquacitas obscura rusticis fiat. The custom of having the Homily after the Gospel was better observed in Gaul than in Rome.
Page 197 - The seventh verse is given in the version used by the poet. vexilla regis prodeunt, fulget crucis mysterium, quo carne carnis conditor suspensus est patibulo.

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