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INVOCATION OF Saints, and Angels, Laodicæa, 40, 55. Trent, 335;

and note, 405. See also 78, 98.
Justification, Trent, 170; 199, 364.
Mass, Canon of, Trent, 303, 398.
Mass, Sacrifice of, Trent, 298, 309; 388.
Mass, Solitary, Trent, 305, 401.
MATRIMONY, Trent, 324, 326, 403,
Oath, value of, Lateran III. 128 ; 345 ; Constance, 151, 353.
ORDERS, Trent, 314, 320; 403.
ORIGINAL Sin, Trent, 164; Effect of Baptism upon, ibid. 166; 363.
PRAYERS FOR The Dead, 401.
PRAYERS, in the People's own language, enjoined, Lateran IV. 141,

351, against, Trent, 307 ; 402.
Priest's INTENTION, necessary for Validity of Sacraments, Trent, 217;

and note, 369.
PURGATORY, taught, Florence, 152; Trent, 333; contrary to the

Fathers, 354.
Relics, use of, enjoined, Nice II., 120; Trent, 335.
Repentance, or Penance, rite of, Trent, 245, 278, 376.
Sacraments in general, Trent, 213; 369.
Satisfaction, Trent, 265; 381.
SPIRITUAL RELATIONSHIP, Trent, 331.
SUPREMACY of Roman Church and Pontiff, witnessed against, Nice

I., 26, 27, 48; Constantinople I., 30, 31, 32, 49, 50; Ephesus,
34, 51; Antioch, 38, 39, 55; Chalcedon, 42, 43, 56 ; Constan-
tinople III., 45, 46, 47, 61; proclaimed, Lateran IV., 138, 140,

348; Florence, 153; 358. Treated of, 64. xxxi.
Tradition. Constantinople IV., 121, 344; Trent, 159, 361.
TransUBSTANTIATION, against, Laodicæa, 40, 56; taught, Lateran

IV., 132, 346; Trent, 225. 372; condemned by the Fathers, 429.
Water mixed with wine in Eucharist. R. 402.

IV.

MISCELLANEOUS INDEX.

BRITAIN, Church of, owned no subjection to the Roman See, 48, 51;

bad Bishops at the Councils of Sardica and Ariminum, 10.
CREED, Nicene or Constantinopolitan, 18, 11, 23, 157, 359. This the

only foundation of the Church, 157, 359.
Councils, disputed, reasons for rejecting, xii-xvi.
England, Civil Government of, receives the first four General Coun-

cils, 3.
- Church of, receives the first six General Councils, 5; rejects
the Deutero-Nicene, 79, 99.

King of, his Supremacy over the Church, in what sense
recognised by the Church, 21, 58, 66. Authority for this in the
decrees of Antioch and Carthage, 21, 58. Abuse of the Supre.
macy by the Statutes of Præmunire, 67 ; this never sanctioned by
the Church, 67.

- Clergy of, Marriage of, after Ordination, 52.
Filioque, Interpolation of, in Nicene Creed, 22, 102, 349, 350.
FUNDAMENTALS in Religion treated of, xx.
Heresy, articles of, exhibited against the Church of Rome by Photius,

Patriarch of Constantinople, 348 ; by Michael Cerularius, Pa-
triarch of Constantinople, 349; by Peter, Patriarch of Antioch,
350 ; by the Council of Constantinople, 358.

- condemnation for, pronounced against the following Roman
Patriarchs : Honorius, 16; Gregory 12th, 105; Benedict 13th

105, 106; Alexander 5th, 106.
Heresies condemned, Arian, 7, 9, 10; Macedonian, 10; Nestorian,

11; Eutychian, 13, 14 ; Monothelite, 16; Eustathian, 54.

- guilt of, chargeable upon the Church of Rome, Carpocra-
tian, 343; Collyridian, 407; Eustathian, 84, 126, 345; Mani-

chean, 444.
Justinian, Emperor, gives the force of civil law to the decrees

made or confirmed by the first four General Councils, 52.
Latin Bishops in the East, 84, 103.

an, Arian, 7, 9, othelite, 16; Euft Rome, Carpocani-

Press, Control over, by the Bishops in the Roman Communion, 154,

163, 359.
Rome. See Heresy, and Heresies.
--- Popes or Patriarchs of, deposed, Silverius, 15; Gregory 12th,

88; Benedict 13th, 88, 105; Alexander 5th, 105; John 23d,
106; Eugenius 4th, 92; Felix 5th, 92.

- absurd titles of, 90.

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