Louis-Marie de Lahaye vicomte de Cormenin - Catholics - 1846
The unfortunate heretic was bound with cords and chains : then the priest
commenced the interrogatory : — " Abjure thy errors, Priscillian ; submit thyself to
the sovereign pontiff of Home." The suiferer refusing to reply, the executioners
Paul Schanz - Apologetics - 1891
Priscillian, indeed, was excommunicated by the Synod of Saragossa (380), but
Maximus was not therefore authorized to ... "Rightly, indeed, our Fathers, in
whose "day this godless heresy broke out, had recourse to every " earthly
measure to ...
Saint Augustine (Bishop of Hippo.) - 1885 - 251 pages
BOOK I. In the first and much the largest part of the book Augustine teaches what
things are to be believed, keeping the order of the Creed, and refutes all through
the various heresies of the Manichees, Apollinarians, Priscillianists, Arians, and ...