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Encyclopędia of Religion and Ethics: Picts-Sacraments - Page 646

James Hastings, John Alexander Selbie, Louis Herbert Gray - Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1919 - 757 pages
Metaphors common to NT and the mysteries. — The researches of late years,
and especially the discovery of papyri, have disclosed that many technical NT
words are also found in the vocabulary of the mysteries. In NT times the mysteries
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A Pulpit Commentary on Catholic Teaching: The Creed - Page 69

Preaching - 1908
The enemies of religion are forever denouncing it as unreasonable for the very
qualities which reason requires that it should have, viz., for its mysteries and their
obscurity. The mystery of the Holy Trinity, has been a favorite object of attack ; but
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The Visible Church, Her Government, Ceremonies, Sacramentals, Festivals and ... - Page 142

John Francis Sullivan - Christian education - 1920 - 275 pages
The Mysteries, which should be meditated on while the Rosary is being recited,
are intended to honor our Lord as the Saviour, and His Blessed Mother as the
most important auxiliary in effecting our salvation. They are divided into three ...
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Mores Catholici: Books V-VI - Page 67

Kenelm Henry Digby - Civilization, Medieval - 1889
That the symbolic sense was intended in the ceremonies of faith, is proved from
the ancient fathers. Thus St. Ambrose says to the Neophites, who have been just
initiated by baptism into the Christian mysteries, " Recollect what you have done,
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Apologetica: Elementary Apologetics for Pulpit and Pew - Page 53

Patrick Albert Halpin - Apologetics - 1905 - 134 pages
These are the mysteries. Without revelation there are facts and truths which man
would never think of, much less understand. It must never be forgotten that man
only perceives truth, and so, since the expanse of truth is limitless, since God is ...
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A Christian Apology, Volume 3 - Page 355

Paul Schanz - Apologetics - 1891
and instruction was enjoined on the " dispensers of the mysteries of God." It was
their duty to guard the sacred mysteries, doctrinal and practical, from the profane.
Hence it is but natural that the inner life of grace, and the pulsation of the Holy ...
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Paradoxes of Catholicism - Page 3

Robert Hugh Benson - Christian union - 1913 - 174 pages
Robert Hugh Benson. PARADOXES OF CATHOLICISM INTRODUCTORY (i)
JESUS CHRIST, GOD AND MAN I and My Father are one. — john x. 30. My
Father is greater than I. — John xiv. 20. The mysteries of the Church, a
materialistic ...
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Sermons on Selected Lessons of the New Testament, Volume 2 - Page 580

Saint Augustine (Bishop of Hippo.) - Apostolic Fathers - 1875 - 485 pages
580 Our Lord's miracles contain mysteries. SERMON LXXX. [CXXX. BROS.) On
the words of the Gospel, John vi. where the miracle of the five loaves and the two
fishes is related. SBBM. 1. IT was a great miracle that was wrought, dearly ...
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Newman, Pascal, Loisy and the Catholic Church - Page 28

W. J. Williams - 1906 - 316 pages
Religious mysteries and religious truths may be ideas on their way to realization ;
half revealed and half concealed in the instinctive language of symbol and
metaphor. Such truths, I say, may be on their way to a clearer expression and
may ...
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The Canons of Athanasius of Alexandria: The Arabic and Coptic Versions - Page 32

Athanase ((saint ;) - Christian literature, Early - 1904 - 153 pages
And n when they carry the mysteries (without), they shall suffer none but the sick
to partake. And they shall not do according to favour and give unto one beside
the sick, but unto the sick alone. And if any constrain them that they should give y
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