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" God, in virtue of the merits of Jesus Christ, the Saviour of mankind, was preserved immaculate from all stain of original sin, has been revealed by God, and therefore should firmly and constantly be believed by all the faithful. Wherefore if any shall... "
Official Documents Connected with the Definition of the Dogma of the ... - Page 93
by Catholic Church. Pope (1846-1878 : Pius IX) - 1855 - 162 pages
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The Church of England quarterly review

1855
...his sentence, and thus decreed, and by an imprecation fortified his definition : — " We declare, pronounce, and define, that the doctrine which holds...signify by word, writing, or any other outward means." #*######* " Let no man presume to infringe this our declaration, pronunciation, and definition, or...
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The Church of England Quarterly Review, Volume 38

1855
...Faithful. Wherefore, if any shall dare—which God avert—to think otherwise than as it has been denned by Us, let them know and understand that they are...signify by word, writing, or any other outward means." * * # *# * * # * " Let no man presume to infringe this our declaration, pronunetattoo, aad dHfrT^faa,...
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Methodist Review, Volume 37

1855
...shall dare — which God avert ! — to think otherwise than as it has been defined by Us, they should know and understand that they are condemned by their...signify by word, writing, or any other outward means." The claim of Papal infallibility has here reached its acme. cal or rational arguments of sufficient...
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The Methodist Review, Volume 7; Volume 15; Volume 37

Methodist Church - 1855
...been defined by Us, they should know and understand that they are condemned by their own jndgment, that they have suffered shipwreck of the faith, and...to signify by word, writing, or any other outward meant." The claim of Papal infallibility has here reached its acme. cal or rational arguments of sufficient...
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The light of prophecy, lects. delivered during Lent, 1856, at St. George's ...

Light - 1856
...shall dare — which God avert — to think otherwise than as IT HAS BEEN DEFINED BY us, they should know and understand that they are condemned by their...signify, by word, writing, or any other outward means " Let all the children of the Catholic Church, most dear to us, hear these our words, and with a more...
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Catholic Antidotes

William Edward Heygate - Church history - 1858 - 189 pages
...understand, that they are condemned by their own judgment, that they have suffered shipwreck concerning the faith, and have revolted from the unity of the Church, and moreover subject themselves by their own act itself to the punishments lawfully appointed, if they...
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The history of the blessed virgin Mary, tr. by F.C. Husenbeth. To which is ...

Mathieu Orsini - 1872
...Lord, of the Blessed Apostles, Peter and Paul, We declare, pronounce, and define that the dqctrine which holds that the Blessed Virgin Mary, at the first...think they should dare to signify by word, writing, or nny other outward means. Our mouth is filled with joy and Our tongue with exultation, and We return,...
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The Mother of Jesus Not the Papal Mary

Edward Jewitt Robinson - 1875 - 435 pages
...religion, by the authority of Jesus Christ our Lord, of the blessed Apostles Peter and Paul, we declare, pronounce, and define that the doctrine which holds...signify by word, writing, or any other outward means Let no man presume to infringe this our declaration, pronunciation, and definition, or to oppose and...
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Life of Our Saviour and Saint Peter: The Rock Upon which He Built His Church

François de Ligny - Saints - 1883 - 867 pages
...shall dare —which God forbid — to think otherwise than as it has been defined Dy Us, they should know and understand that they are condemned by their...what they think they should dare to signify by word, writ ing, or any other outward means. Our mouth is filled with joy, and Our tongue with exultation,...
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The Lives and Times of the Popes: Including the Complete Gallery ..., Volume 9

Artaud de Montor - Church history - 1911
...expectation, and the Holy Father, conquering the feelings of nature, resumed in a loud voice : "We declare, pronounce, and define that the doctrine which holds...signify by word, writing, or any other outward means." The cardinal-dean, prostrate at the feet of the sovereign pontiff, thanked him in the name of the Universal...
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