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On the Sacraments By Thomas Aquinas
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Saint Thomas Aquinas, also Thomas of Aquin or Aquino, was an Italian Dominican priest of the Roman Catholic Church, and an immensely influential philosopher and theologian in the tradition of... More > scholasticism, within which he is also known as the Doctor Angelicus ([the] Angelic Doctor), Doctor Communis, or Doctor Universalis. "Aquinas" is both a Latin demonym for a resident of Aquino, his place of birth, and a surname, as his family was among the noblest families of the Kingdom of Naples, with the title of "counts d'Aquino". He was the foremost classical proponent of natural theology, and the father of Thomism. His influence on Western thought is considerable, and much of modern philosophy was conceived in development or refutation of his ideas, particularly in the areas of ethics, natural law, metaphysics, and political theory. Thomas is held in the Catholic Church to be the model teacher for those studying for the priesthood.< Less
Understanding the Sacraments By Editor: Lindsay Cullen
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This is the Course Reader for the ELM Course: Understanding the Sacraments in the Uniting Church in Australia.
Understanding the Sacraments By Editor: Lindsay Cullen
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This is the Course Reader for the ELM Course: Understanding the Sacraments in the Uniting Church in Australia.
Sacramental Poetry By Adam of St. Victor
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In our continuing effort to publish as much work of the writers within the St. Victor Abbey, which established the first major university of this era and with France, known today as the University... More > of Paris, we debut this series with the works of Adam of St. Victor. ADAM of ST. VICTOR: The Abbey of St. Victor, from which the great Latin hymnologist takes his name, and which, originally, was in the suburbs of Paris, was later on absorbed into the city itself, as she enlarged her borders, was celebrated, especially in the twelfth century, as a school of theology. Probably no other religious foundation could< Less
Sacraments of the Christian Faith By Hugh of St. Victor
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This is a great and almost excessive improvement on St. Augustine’s doctrine, and on that of the early medieval writers. Hugh considered that the study of Sacred Scripture and its historical... More > and literal meaning makes possible true and proper theology, that is, the systematic illustration of truths, knowledge of their structure, the illustration of the dogmas of the faith. He presents these in a solid synthesis in this treatise. Among other things, he provides a definition of "sacrament" which, further perfected by other theologians, contains ideas that are still very interesting today. "The sacrament is a corporeal or material element proposed in an external and tangible way", he writes, "which by its likeness makes present an invisible and spiritual grace; it signifies it, because it was instituted to this end, and contains it, because it is capable of sanctifying". On the one hand is the visibility in the symbol, the "corporeity" of the gift of God.< Less
Sacraments of the Christian Faith By Hugh of St. Victor
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Hence the doctrine of sacramental efficacy, set forth in Hugh’s De Sacramentis is a great and almost excessive improvement on St. Augustine’s doctrine, and on that of the early mediaeval... More > writers; it prepares and forebodes the Lombardian conception of the sacrament, as cause of grace. Our author considered that the study of Sacred Scripture and its historical and literal meaning makes possible true and proper theology, that is, the systematic illustration of truths, knowledge of their structure, the illustration of the dogmas of the faith. He presents these in a solid synthesis in his Treatise De Sacramentis Christianae Fidei (The Sacraments of the Christian Faith). Among other things, he provides a definition of "sacrament" which, further perfected by other theologians, contains ideas that are still very interesting today.< Less
09-The Sacraments By Francis Hall
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This series of ten volumes, each complete in itself, is designed to constitute a connected treatment of the entire range of Catholic Doctrine as it is maintained in the Episcopal Church and the... More > Reformed Catholic Tradition of the Anglican Communion. Chapter Titles • Baptism • Confirmation • The Holy Eucharist in History • The Eucharistic Gift • The Eucharistic Sacrifice • Benefits of the Eucharist • Penance • Holy Order • Holy Matrimony • Unction of the Sick< Less
Defence of the Seven Sacraments By Henry VIII
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In 1521, the staunchly Catholic King Henry VIII of England wrote a theological treatise "Assertio Septem Sacramentorum" (aka. a "Defence of the Seven Sacraments") as a rebuttal of... More > Martin Luther’s "Babylonian Captivity of the Church," in which the reformer had described the pope as the "antichrist." King Henry received the title "Defender of the Faith" from Pope Leo X for his work of refuting Protestant heresies. This new edition of the "Assertio" reprints the English (only) text of Henry's work along with Fr. Louis O'Donovan's classic analysis and commentary, plus three new appendices: A historical timeline of events, the text of Henry's Six Articles of Religion, as well as Fr. E.S. Buchanan's translation of Luther's scathing reply to Henry and his "Assertio Septem Sacramentorum."< Less
Defence of the Seven Sacraments By King Henry VIII
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King Henry VIII is famous for having sundered England from the papacy in 1534. But in 1521 he was still fully Catholic and personally wrote this punchy theological treatise against the... More > "pestilential heresy" of Martin Luther. Before the death of his elder brother, Henry had been destined for the Church. He displays true learning and skilful debating in his defence of the seven sacraments and the Holy See. He poignantly champions the divine origin of the papacy and proves at length the indissolubity of the sacrament of matrimony which he was in later years to violate so often. It was this work which won for Henry the title of "Defender of the Faith", awarded by Pope Leo X, which still appears on British coins. This edition is a photographic reprint of high and easily readable quality.< Less
Sacramental Poetry Vol. III By Adam of St. Victor
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In our continuing effort to publish as much work of the writers within the St. Victor Abbey, which established the first major university of this era and with France, known today as the University... More > of Paris, we debut this series with the works of Adam of St. Victor. ADAM of ST. VICTOR: The Abbey of St. Victor, from which the great Latin hymnologist takes his name, and which, originally, was in the suburbs of Paris, was later on absorbed into the city itself, as she enlarged her borders, was celebrated, especially in the twelfth century, as a school of theology. Probably no other religious foundation could boast of such a brilliant triad of doctors of divinity, as the one that graced this Abbey during that century in the persons of Hugh of St. Victor, known to his generation as the “Second Augustine”; his pupil, Richard.< Less