The Complete Notes of the Doway Bible and Rhemish Testament; Extracted from the Quarto Editions of 1816 and 1818...

The Complete Notes of the Doway Bible and Rhemish Testament; Extracted from the Quarto Editions of 1816 and 1818...

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1837 edition. Excerpt: ...had their name, Liturgy, which Erasmus translated Mass, saying, Missa Chrisostomi. But we keep our text, as the translators of the Scriptures should do, most religiously. Ibid. Separate Though Paul was taught by God himself, and especially designed by Christ to be an apostle, and here chosen by the Holy Ghost together with Barnabas, yet they were to be ordained, consecrated, and admitted by men. Which wholly condemneth all these new rebellious disordered spirits, that challenge and usurp the oflice of preaching and other sacred actions from heaven, without the church's admission. Ver. 3. Fastingn Herefrom the church of God nseth and prescribeth public fasts at the four solemn times of giving holy orders (which are our Ember-days, ) as a necessary preparative to so great a work, as St. Leo declareth by this place, naming it also an apostolical tradition. See St. Leo, ser. 9. de jejunio 7. mensis. 8: Calixtus, ep. 1. to. _l. Conc. Magunt. c. 34, 35. to. 3. And this fasting was not fasting from sin, nor moral or Christian temperance, as the Protestants ridiculously aflirm; for such fasting they were bound ever to keep: but it was abstinence for a time from all meats, or from certain kinds of meats, which was joined with prayer and sacrifice, and done especially at such seasons as the church prescribed, by all together (as in Lent, the Ember-days, Friday, Saturday, )' and not when every man list, as Arius and such heretics did hold. St. Aug. haer. 53. Ibid. Imposing hands. Because all blessings and consecration: were done in the apostles' time by the external ceremony or imposition of hands, divers sacraments were named from the same, especially confirmation, as is noted before, and holy orders or consecrating bishops, priests, and...
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  • Paperback | 316 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 17mm | 567g
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236806395
  • 9781236806390