The Diocese of Louisiana, Some of Its History, 1838-1888: Also Some of the History of Its Parishes and Missions, 1805-1888

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A.W. Hyatt, printer, 1888 - 268 pages
 

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Page 50 - WEEK'S PREPARAtion for the Holy Communion: consisting of a Short Explanation of the Lord's Supper, and Meditations and Prayers proper to be used before and during the receiving of the Holy Communion; according to the Form prescribed by the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States of America.
Page 7 - ... having jurisdiction over those states ; and that this convention have received, with much satisfaction, information of the measures which have been already adopted in the state of Ohio, for the organization of the Church in that state. " Resolved, That though the measure of a convention comprising sundry states in the western country, may be a measure of temporary expediency, it cannot be authorized by this convention consistently with the general constitution of the Church, which recognises...
Page 75 - Oregon accedes to the Constitution and Canons of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States of America, and recognizes the authority of the General Convention of the same.
Page 44 - It is better to go to the house of mourning, than to the house of feasting," for that is the end of all men, and the living will lay it to his heart.
Page 10 - Church, to exercise episcopal functions in the State of Louisiana, and in the Territories of Arkansas and Florida ; and the Rev.
Page 12 - SECT. 1. Any diocese in union with this church, having at the time less than six officiating presbyters residing therein, regularly settled in a parish or church, and qualified to vote for a bishop ; and any diocese at the time of its organization, with a view to ask for admission into union with this church, may, by a vote of the convention thereof, request the General Convention to elect a bishop for the same.
Page 50 - Legislature granted an act of incorporation to "the Church Wardens and Vestrymen of Christ Church, in the County of Orleans.
Page 50 - September, 1804; and should be subject to the ecclesiastical government and decisions of the Bishop and Convention of the State of New York, in all things, as if he were a presbyter belonging to...
Page 7 - First term. The main topics treated are the early organization of the Church, the development of ecclesiastical organization, the analysis and comparison of various types of polity, the historical development of canon law, the analysis of the Constitution and Canons of the Church in the United States. POLITY 22 Introduction of the Study of Canon Law.
Page 49 - From the resolutions of the last meeting, we are authorized to say that our subscription for the annual expenses of the Church, amounts to Upwards of $2,700 with the probability of a Considerable addition — that in Consequence of the liberality which we have experienced...

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