A Text-book of Church History, Tom 2

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Strona 296 - Sed ilia, quae praeest diebus, id est, spiritualibus, major est ; quae vero (noctibus id est) carnalibus, minor, ut quanta est inter solem et lunam, tanta inter pontifices et reges differentia cognoscatur.
Strona 445 - Quod si hae rerum omnium creandarum creatarumque rationes in divina mente continentur. neque in divina mente quidquam nisi aeternum atque incommutabile potest esse atque has rerum rationes principales appellat ideas Plato : non solum sunt ideae, sed ipsae res verae sunt, quia aeternae sunt et ejusmodi atque incommutabiles manent; quarum participatione fit ut sit quidquid est quoquo modo est.
Strona 254 - Guibertus aut sui, ut suae parti favorem ascriberent, quaedam in eodem decreto addendo, quaedam mutando, ita illud reddiderunt a se dissidens, ut aut pauca aut nulla exemplaria sibi concordantia valeant inveniri. Quale autem decretum est, quod a se ita discrepare videtur, ut quid in eo potissimum credi debeat, ignoretur?
Strona 616 - The Book of Ratramn The Priest and Monk of Corbey, commonly called Bertram, on the Body and Blood of the Lord. (Latin and English.) To which is added AN APPENDIX, containing the Saxon Homily of -i'-li> ir.
Strona 280 - Neque tamen poeniteret[-tet] nos tuae desideria voluntatis in omnibus implevisse, sed, si maiora beneficia excellentia tua de manu nostra suscepisset, si fieri posset, considerantes, quanta ecclesiae Dei et nobis per te incrementa possint et commoda provenire. non immerito gauderemus.
Strona 544 - Frima est, quia est DIUTURNIOR: aliqui enim dicunt, quod duraverit a tempore Sylvestri; aliqui, a tempore Apostolorum.
Strona 462 - Aristotelis doctrina est summa veritas, quoniam ejus intellectua fuit finis humani intellectus. Quare bene dicitur, quod fuit creatus et datus nobis divina providentia, ut sciremus, quicquid potest sciri...
Strona 397 - All these evils were aggravated by the increased wealth of the Church and the contests of the clergy with the people and the state respecting temporalities and taxation. " It was not to any regard for their persons, but to the superstition and circumstances of the age, that the clergy were indebted for the remarkable increase of their property. It was brought about partly by the vindication of tithe-law, partly by wills, partly by advantageous purchases and mortgages (obtained mostly from nobles...
Strona 296 - G : pro quo peccato potest Imperator deponi ? pro quolibet : unde deponitur, si est incorrigibilis, si est minus utilis, ut Causa xv. qu. 6, c. 3. 6 Thus before now, Gerhohus de corrupto Eccl. statu in Baluz. miscell. lib. vp 117 (comp. above, note 1) : Denique in omni militum vel civium guerra et discordia vel pars altera justa, et altera injuata, vel utraque invenitur injusta.
Strona 256 - Episc. in the year 1081. This Legate had suspended the Norman bishops, because, when summoned to a Council, they did not appear, Gregory charges him to restore them, so as not to exasperate King William. Rex Anglorum licet in quibusdam non ita religiose, sicut optamus, se habeat; tamen— caeteris Regibui se latis probabiliorem ac magis honorandum ostendit.

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