Protestant Orders. 'Are Clergymen of the English Church Rightly Ordained?' a Reply to This Inquiry [Made by H.P. Liddon and W. Bright in English Church Defence Tracts] by an English Catholic

Protestant Orders. 'Are Clergymen of the English Church Rightly Ordained?' a Reply to This Inquiry [Made by H.P. Liddon and W. Bright in English Church Defence Tracts] by an English Catholic

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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. 1881 edition. Excerpt: ...fut accompagne" d'une lettre de soumission au Pape Gregoire XVI." This was Talleyrand. He carried no female prelate into a See, to rival the pretended Mrs. Barlow's description, in her sad epitaph at Easton, --"Praesulis ipsa." His sacrilegious consecration of constitutional men has ended in no schism. He neither invented nor propagated blasphemies against the Sacraments, and he had the supreme grace, denied to the founders of English heresy, of repentance and reconciliation. I reprint as a note part of a letter which appeared in the Tablet, October 19, 1872, after the publication of what I have said of Talleyrand. The letter is signed "X." and is dated from Rome. The writer, whom I beg to thank for his friendly and valuable letter, might have added, in the part which I do not reprint, that De Dominis, the apostate, but afterwards penitent, Archbishop of Spalato, once, in 1617, was an assistant Bishop at a pretended consecration in England. No doubt, as "X." says, attempts were made to induce him to give consecration. But he escaped that act of sacrilege. "TALLEYRAND AND ANGLICAN ORDERS. "To the Editor oftke ' Toilet.' "sir, --Allow me to say a few words on the subject of the Anglican Orders, and to rectify some erroneous statements which occurred in an excellent article on this subject in one of your recent numbers. The Prince de Talleyrand, Bishop of Autun, was never allowed to marry. The only permission he had obtained from the Holy See was to exercise lay functions 1 and to dress as a layman. On the other hand, Pius VII., when he consented to go to Paris to the coronation, made it a condition that the lady called Madame de Talleyrand should never be presented to him. As the Papal Nuncio in...show more

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  • English
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  • 1236645235
  • 9781236645234