The British Protestant, Or, Journal of the Religious Principles of the Reformation, Volume 1

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J.F. Shaw, 1845 - Protestantism
 

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Page 258 - I also profess and undoubtedly receive all other things delivered, defined, and declared by the sacred canons, and GENERAL COUNCILS, and particularly by the holy council of Trent ; and likewise I also condemn, reject, and anathematize all things contrary thereto, and all heresies whatsoever, condemned, rejected, and anathematized by the church.
Page 259 - I profess likewise that in the Mass there is offered to God a true, proper, and propitiatory sacrifice for the living and the dead ; and that in the most holy Sacrament of the Eucharist there is truly. really, and substantially the Body and Blood, together with the Soul and Divinity, of our Lord Jesus Christ...
Page 191 - Faith is this : that we worship one God in Trinity, and Trinity in Unity, neither confounding the Persons, nor dividing the substance. For there is one Person of the Father, another of the Son, and another of the Holy Ghost. But the Godhead of the Father, of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost, is all one ; the glory equal, the majesty coeternal.
Page 180 - Monks ascended the pulpit, and preached for a quarter of an hour. The sermon being concluded, two readers went up to the pulpit, one after the other, and read the sentences of the prisoners. My joy was extreme, when I heard that my sentence was. not to be burnt, but to be a galley-slave for five years.
Page 235 - To Mary, our Mother, who are* in heaven ; O Mary, blessed be your name for ever ; let your love come to all our hearts ; let your desires be accomplished on...
Page 178 - Auto da Fe was generally celebrated on the first Sunday in Advent^, because 'on that day is read in the Churches that part of the Gospel in which mention is made of the LAST JUDGMENT; and the Inquisitors pretend by this ceremony to exhibit a lively emblem of that awful event. I was likewise convinced that there were a great number of prisoners, besides myself; the profound silence, which reigned within the walls of the building, having enabled me to count the number of doors which were opened at...
Page 158 - ... in its cradle into the river. The streets were paved with the bodies of the dead or the dying, the gateways were blocked up with them. There were heaps of them in the squares, the small streams were filled with blood, which flowed in great torrents into the river.
Page 178 - ... following were the passages in Mr. Dellon's narrative, to which I wished particularly to draw the attention of the Inquisitor. Mr. D had been thrown into the Inquisition at Goa, and confined in a dungeon, ten feet square, where he remained upwards of two years, without seeing any person, but the gaoler who brought him his victuals, except when he was brought to his trial, expecting daily to be brought to the stake. His alleged crime was, charging the Inquisition with cruelty, in a conversation...
Page 181 - As soon as they arrive at this place, the condemned persons are asked in what religion they chuse to die ; and the moment they have replied to this question, the executioner seizes them, and binds them to a stake in the midst of the faggots. The day after the execution, the portraits of the dead are carried to the Church of the Dominicans. The heads only are represented, (which. are...
Page 260 - WHITE, at the end of which presided his blessed MOTHER. He observed that many who endeavoured to ascend the first ladder, after mounting a few steps, fell down : and on trying again, were equally unsuccessful, so that they never attained the summit...

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