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De Excommunicatis vitandis.
Of Excommunicate Persons, how
they are to be avoided.
QUI per publicam Ecclesiæ That person which by open
denunciationem rite ab uni- denunciation of the Church is tate Ecclesiæ præcisus est, et rightly cut off from the unity excommunicatus, is ab universa of the Church, and excommufidelium multitudine (donec per nicated, ought to be taken of pænitentiam publice reconci- the whole multitude of the liatus fuerit arbitrio Judicis faithful, as
faithful, as an Heathen and competentis) habendus est tan- Publican, until he be openly quam Ethnicus et publicanus. reconciled by penance, and
received into the Church by a Judge that hath authority thereto.
The Phraseology of this Article.
B. In the English.
Title. Excommunicate per- Title. Of excommunicate sons are to be avoided
persons how they are to
be avoided. excommunicate
2. When the Latin and English are compared with each other.
how they are to be avoided.
that hath authority thereto.
PROP. That Person, which by open denunciation of the Church is
rightly cut off from the unity of the Church and excommunicated,
New Testament. 1 Cor. v. 3–5, “ For I verily, as absent in
body, but present in spirit, have judged already, as though
2 John 10.
we exhort, reprove, and pass the divine censure of excom-
1 Excommunicatio major,--suspension from the title and the privileges of Church membership. Greg. Neocæs. Epist. can. XI. p. 41, Par. 1621 ; Sozom. Hist. Eccles, lib. vii, c. xvi.
Excommunicatio minor,-suspension from the sacrament of the LORD's Supper.
offends is thereby banished from all communion of prayer, and from our public assemblies, and from all religious intercourse."-See also Ignat. Epist. ad Smym. c. iv. Cyprian ad Pompon. et De Orat.
Dominic. p. 192, Epist. LV. B. Councils. Antioch, vol. 1. p. 593. 3 Carthage, can. LXXIII.
1 Toledi, Hard. vol. 1. p. 991. Nice, can. V. C. Confessions. 2 Helvetic, c. xiv. Bohemia, c. v. Augs
burg, Arts. xi. xvi. Westminster, c. xxix. S$ 2, 3, 4.
De Traditionibus' Ecclesiasticis. Of the Traditions of the Church. TRADITIONES atque cære It is not necessary that Tra
monias easdem, non omnino ditions and Ceremonies be in necessarium est esse ubique, all places one, or utterly like; aut prorsus consimiles. Nam et for at all times they have been variæ semper fuerunt, et mutari divers, and may be changed possunt pro Regionum, tempo- according to the diversity of rum, et morum diversitate, countries, times, and men's modo nihil contra verbum Dei manners, so that nothing be instituatur,
ordained against God's Word. Traditiones, et cæremonias Whosoever through his private Ecclesiasticas quæ cum verbo judgment, willingly and purDei non pugnant, et sunt auc- posely doth openly break the toritate publica institutæ, atque traditions and ceremonies of probatæ, quisquis privato con- the Church, which be not resilio volens, et data opera, pub- pugnant to the Word of God, lice violaverit, is, ut qui peccat and be ordained and approved in publicum ordinem Ecclesiæ, by common authority, ought to quique lædit auctoritatem Ma- be rebuked openly, (that others gistratus, et qui infirmorum may fear to do the like,) as he fratrum conscientias vulnerat, that offendeth against the compublice, ut cæteri timeant, ar mon order of the Church, and guendus est.
hurteth the authority of the Quæ libet Ecclesia particu- Magistrate, and woundeth the laris, sive Nationalis, auctori- consciences of the weak bretatem habet instituendi, mu thren. tandi aut abrogandi cæremonias Every particular and national
I See Bellarm. De Verbo Dei, lib. iv, c. ii.
aut ritus Ecclesiasticos, humana Church hath authority to ortantum auctoritate institutos, dain, change, and abolish ceremodo omnia ad ædificationem monies or rites of the Church fiant.
ordained only by man's authority, so that all things be done
to edifying. The Phraseology of this Article. 1. When compared with Article XXXIII. of those of 1552. A. In the Latin. 1552.
1562, 1571. Title. Traditiones Ecclesi- Title. De Traditionibus Ecasticæ
clesiasticis. pro regionum, et morum pro regionum, temporum' et
morum. Dei verbum
verbum Dei. absent
Quæ' libet Ecclesia particu
laris, sive Nationalis, auctoritatem habet, instituendi, mutandi, aut abrogandi cæremonias, aut ritus Ecclesiasticos, humana tantum auctoritate institutos, modo omnia ad ædifica
Title. Traditions of the Of the traditions of the
that others may fear.
Church hath authority to
? Inserted by Archbishop Parker, 1562.