An Answer in Defense of the Truth Against the Apology of Private Mass

An Answer in Defense of the Truth Against the Apology of Private Mass

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1850 edition. Excerpt: ...et nunc iterum dico: Si quis vobis annunciaverit praeterquam quod accepistis, anathema sit. Cum ergo neque ipse Apostolus, neque angelus de coelo annunciare possit aliter aut docere, praterquam quod semel Christus docuit, et apostoli ejus annunciaverunt; miror satis unde hoc usurpatum sit, ut contra Evangelicam et Apostolicam disciplinam quibusdam in locis aqua offeratur in Dominico calice, qute sola Christi sanguinem non possit exprimere.--Cti'r. Ep. ad Ceecil.; Ep. 63. Op. ed. cit. Pt. II. p. 152. That many circumstances of place, person, and time may be altered or taken away for good considerations, without impeachment to the right use of the sacraments, we grant you: but that company in receiving is one of those circumstances, that we cannot grant: as well for the reasons before declared, as also that we have no authority or example of the apostles or primitive church, that we may so do, as we have in all other things that you recite with more words than needeth. "We dare minister in other places than Jewry, because we see in scripture that the apostles did so. We minister to women and laymen, because St Paul applieth Christ's institution to the whole congregation of Corinth, where were both laymen and women. We celebrate upon any day indifferently, because the apostles did so, Actuum 20. uno die Sabbatorum. We minister to fewer or more than twelve, by the example of the apostles in twentieth of the Acts, and of Paul in tenth and eleventh to the Corinthians. We receive in the morning, both because time is a thing indifferent in this sacrament, and also for that we have plain examples in the primitive church, without case of necessity or extraordinary chances. Christ said not, do it after supper, as he said, " Divide it among you." He did it...show more

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  • Paperback | 58 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 3mm | 122g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236677536
  • 9781236677532