Origines Ecclesiasticae Volume 2

Origines Ecclesiasticae Volume 2

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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. 1840 edition. Excerpt: ...This, as Spalatensisd rightly observes, was the first canon that ever was made to retain children in monasteries, who were only offered by their parents, without requiring their own consent at years of discretion. SECT. VI.--Of the Tonsure and Habit of Monlw. The manner of admission was generally by some change of their habit and dress, not to signify any religious mystery, but only to express their gravity and contempt of the World. b Leo, Novel. viii. Ne per hnjusmodi impietatem parentum egestas et opprobrium personis nobilibus irrogetur, et, quod prmcipue submovendum est, irrisionibus exsecrandis omnipotentis'_Dei contrahatur otfensio, edictali lege sancimus, filias, quas pater materve a szeculari permixtione translatas Christiana fidei servare przecepta continuata virginitate censuerint, in beataa vitae proposito permanentes, non ante suscepto honorato capitis velamine consecrari, quam xl. anno zntatis emensaa talibus infulis inotfensa meruerunt observations decorari, et multi temporis series et caalesti consuetudo servitii ad perfidam voluntatem novis desideriis aditum non relinquant, qui, ante definitum temporis spatium, sanctimonialem puellam aliis adulti sexus sui votis calentem memoratorutn quisquam parentum velari feoerit atque permiserit, tertia bonorum parte multetur, eadem pcena constringi etiam, quze illa pareutibus destituta ut intra praedictaa zetatis annos voluerit consecrari. '= Cone. Tolet. IV. c.xlviii. Monachum ant paterna devotio, atit propria professio facit. Quicquid horum fuerit alligatum, tenebit. Proinde his ad mundum revertendi intercludimus aditum, et omnem ad seculum interdicimus regressum. d Spalat. do Repub. lib. ii. c. xii. n. xxix. Immo eo progressi sunt homines, hurnana in hoc sapientes, ut pro...show more

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  • Paperback | 178 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 10mm | 327g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236772598
  • 9781236772596