The History of Romanism: From the Earliest Corruptions of Christianity to the Present Time : with Full Chronological Table, Indexes, and Glossary and Numerous Illustrative Engravings

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E. Walker, 1871 - 948 Seiten
 

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Tertullians extravagant praise of celibacy Consequences of such
70
Chrysostoms singular explanation of the parable of the ten virgins
75
Siricius bishop of Rome decrees the celibacy of the clergy
77
The early Reformers Vigilantius and Jerome
78
14 Instances of primitive married clergymen
79
Origin of Romish errors continued Worship of the Virgin Mary
80
Chrysostoms description of the sanctity of a professed virgin
81
Fanciful conceits in the fourth century relative to the perpetual virgin 17 Origin of the worship of the Virgin Mary Sect of the Collyridians
82
Amusing anecdote of the emperor Constantine Copronymus
86
Origin of Romish errors continued Monkery 821 Monkery of heathen origin Originated in Egypt
87
22 Resemblance between heathen and Christian anchorites
88
24 Gregory Nazianzen quoted Symeon the pillar saint
89
Monasteries and abbots
90
Exempted from the jurisdiction of bishops and taken under the protec tion of the popes Thus become the tools of Rome Instance of inhuman severity...
91
27 Monkish saints and their fabulous legends
92
Origin of Romish errors continued Worship of saints and relics 28 Invocation of saints grew up by degrees from the reverence paid to mar tyrs Reli...
93
Bodies of saints embalmed in Egypt Churches dedicated to them
94
Gregory Nazianzens invocations to his departed father and St Cyprian
97
32 Worship of images unknown to Christians in the fourth century Let ter of Epiphanius
98
Frauds Fictitious saints and relics Bones of a thief reverenced as a saint
99
35 Mount Soracte converted into a saint
100
Ludicrous mistakes in saintmaking Saints Evodia Viar and Amphi bolus the name of a cloak St Veronica
101
Two pernicious maxims arose That it was lawful to deceive and to persecute for the good of the church
102
38 Praying at the sepulchres of the saints Other superstitions
105
Increase of superstition in the sixth century Purgatory efficacy of relics c
106
St Gregorys curious letter to the Empress in reply to her request for the head of St Paul Wonderful prodigies
107
St Gregory exalts the merit of pilgrimages inculcates Purgatory
108
Early adoption of these pagan ceremonies This policy adopted
110
10 Processions of worshippers and selfwhippers
127
POPERY ADVANCING FROM THE ESTABLISHMENT OF
133
6 Archbishop Theodore detained at Rome three months to have his head
139
10 Origin of kissing the Popes foot Pope Constantines visit to Constan
141
Pope Honorius professes himself in favor of the doctrine of one will
147
Imageworship From the beginning of the great controversy
154
35 Letter of pope Gregory III to Leo
160
38 Imageworship condemned by the council at Constantinople in 754
162
Pope Stephen applies again to Pepin
170
POPERY IN ITS GLORY THE WORLDS MIDNIGHT
181
11 Rosary of the Virgin Absurd stories invented to do her honor Speci
189
Proofs of the darkness of this period continued Origin and final
192
Means by which the worship of the wafer idol was established Pre
198
Proofs of the darkness of this period continued Baptism of bells
207
Feast of the ass Original and translation of the ode sung by
213
Attempts of Romanists to reconcile the profligacy of their popes with
221
CHAPTER VPopery in England prior to the conquest Augustin the missionary
227
POPERY THE WORLDS DESPOT _FROM THE ACCESSION
237
11 Sequel of Henrys life His own sons seduced to rebel against him
247
His demand of Peterpence in France His claim of Hungary as
254
Pope Urban and the Crusades
256
24 General enthusiasm of the people Multitudes set out for Jerusalem
263
31 Anselm refuses to do homage to king Henry the successor of William
269
38 Becket refuses to obey a summons to the Kings court He is tried
277
The Pope endeavors to reconcile king John to this usurpation by
285
Copy of Johns deed of surrender of England to the Pope
291
The Waldenses and Albigenses
299
The emperor Fredericks cruel decrees issued to oblige the Pope
306
73 The inhabitants of Carcassone escape from the popish butchers
316
79 Unjust slanders against the Albigenses If true the Pope had
322
Life of St Francis founder of the Franciscans the Seraphic Order
329
Contest between the popes and the emperor Frederick II Guelphs
342
The council of Lyons in 1274 decrees the election of Pope in con
348
116 Boniface excommunicates Philip The Pope arrested by Nogaret
354
POPERY ON A TOTTERING THRONE FROM THE DEATH
367
10 Council of Pisa elects a third pope Alexander V
373
John Huss of Bohemia His condemnation and martyrdom by
387
Huss writes against the rival popes The Six Errors c
396
Jerome of Prague at the council of Constance His condemnation
407
Copies of the decrees of the council establishing the doctrine of
413
The ReformationLuther and Tetzel The reformers war against
435
Tetzel burns Luthers theses and the Wittemberg students burn his
447
Luther strikes at the throne of antiChrist The breach made
459
Luther at the Diet of Worms and in his Patmos at Warıburg
465
POPERY AT TRENT FROM THE OPENING SESSION OF
475
Fourth session continued Latin Vulgate exalted above the inspired
485
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575
26 Horrible cruelties on the Waldenses of Calabria
581
Persecutions in France Massacre of St Bartholomew and Revo
587
POPERY IN ITS DOTAGE FROM THE REVOCATION OF
599
Revival of the order by pope Pius in 1814 Jesuits oath
605
Efforts of the French priests to revive the persecution so late as 1772
609
17 Persecution part of the system of Popery Bishops oath
615
The legate Charles Miltitz Luther reads the decretals and gradually
625
Popery as it nou is Testimony of eyewitnesses Its modern
626
The miraculous medal of 1830 and its wonders
632
Ingenious cruelties of Popery Fifty million victims
641
Popery unchangeable Charles Butler quoted Peter Dens teaches
648
State of the Country under Pope Gregory XVI
649
Reforms demanded by the Italian People
650
Character of Pope Gregory
651
Curious History of the Popes Barber
652
Pope Gregorys Death and Funeral Ceremonies
655
Election of Pius IX
656
Early Life of the new Pope
659
Proclamation of the Amnesty for Political Offenders
660
Priestly concubinage declared by Romanists a less crime than
661
Visit of the Peasant Guidi to the Pope
662
The Soldiers bad Bread
663
16 Conspiracy of the Anniversary of the Amnesty
664
The Austrian Invasion of the Papal States and Seizure of Ferrara
665
The Popes Reforms as a Prince no Guarantee for Reforms as a Priest
666
Pius IX no Protestant Pope Romanists being Witnesses
667
The Popes Political Reforms dictated by Policy alone
668
The Popes Proclamation
670
Effects in Italy of the French Revolution of 1848
671
Outlines of the Constitution granted to his Subjects by the Pope
672
This Constitution examined Power vested in Pope and Cardinals
674
26 War with Austria The Popes Opposition
676
Intense Excitement in Rome Pius IX almost deposed
677
The Popes love of Popery stronger than his Patriotism
678
Flight of the Pope from Rome
682
30Consequences of the Popes Flight
686
31 Manifestoes of Pius IX
688
Proclamation of the Roman Republic
689
33 Exposure of the Horrors of the Roman Inquisition
691
Effect of the Popes Expatriation upon the Catholic World
696
35 The Popes Appeal to foreign Powers
698
36 The Appeal of the Roman Patriots to France and England
701
37 Response to the Popes Appeal Invasion of the French
703
The French beaten by the Romans
706
French Treachery The Sunday Battle
707
Rome taken by the French
709
Rejoicings at Gaeta and the Popes Address to the Romans
710
The Popes Entry into Rome
711
Blow to the Papal Power in Sardinia The Siccardi Law
713
H The Popes Address to his Cardinals
716
Condition of Rome since the Popes Restoration
721
46 The Bible in Rome and Italy
726
Imprisonment and Banishment of Count Guicciardini
729
Cardinal Wiseman and Papal Aggressions in England
760
Father Gavazzi His Visit and Reception in America
770
Establishment and Proclamation of the Immaculate Conception
780
Translation of Roman Relics Singular Ceremony of Consecration
789
Church Reforms in Sardinia Suppression of Convents
800
The Papal Throne crumbling Excommunication of Victor Emanuel
813
Papal Infallibility decreed Council of the Vatican
825
Downfall of the Temporal Kingdom of the Popes Conclusion
833
APPENDIX
841
Catholic Maryland not the Birthplace of Religious Liberty in America
849
Dogmatic Decree establishing the Immaculate Conception
857
The Popes Allocution against the Suppression of Convents
869
Bull against Civilization and Syllabus of Errors
877
Spirit of Popery unchanged Romish Avowals
886
Public Grants and Endowments to Roman Catholic Institutions
892
List of Ecumenical Councils
899
Decree on Papal Infallibility in English
913
ALPHABETICAL INDEX of Contents
925
GLOSSARY of Technical or Ecclesiastical Terms connected with Romanism
931

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Seite 28 - Let no man deceive you by any means : for (that day shall not come,) except there come a falling away first, and that man of sin be revealed, the son of perdition ; who opposeth and exalteth himself above all that is called God, or that is worshipped ; so that he, as God, sitteth in the temple of God, showing himself that he is God. Remember ye not, that, when I was yet with you, I told you these things?
Seite 378 - This then is the message which we have heard of him. and declare unto you, that God is light, and in him is no darkness at all. If we say that we have fellowship with him, and walk in darkness, we lie, and do not the truth: but if we walk in the light, as he is in the light, we have fellowship one with another, and the blood of Jesus Christ his Son cleanseth us from all siw.
Seite 456 - Our soul is escaped as a bird out of the snare of the fowlers: the snare is broken, and we are escaped.
Seite 294 - Thou shalt tread upon the lion and the adder: the young lion and the dragon shalt thou trample under feet.
Seite 381 - If we say that we have no sin, we deceive ourselves, and the truth is not in us. If we confess our sins, He is faithful and just to forgive us our sins, and to cleanse us from all unrighteousness. If we say that we have not sinned, we make Him a liar, and His word is not in us.
Seite 69 - One that ruleth well his own house, having his children in subjection with all gravity; (For if a man know not how to rule his own house, how shall he take care of the church of God?) Not a novice, lest being lifted up with pride he fall into the condemnation of the devil.
Seite 399 - Blessed are ye when men shall hate you, and when they shall separate you from their company, and shall reproach you, and cast out your name as evil, for the Son of Man's sake.
Seite 539 - And I saw the woman drunken with the blood of the saints, and with the blood of the martyrs of Jesus: and when I saw her, I wondered with great admiration.
Seite 479 - And when he had made a gathering throughout the company to the sum of two thousand drachms of silver, he sent it to Jerusalem to offer a sin offering, doing therein very well and honestly, in that he was mindful of the resurrection: for if he had not hoped that they that were slain should have risen again, it had been superfluous and vain to pray for the dead.
Seite 203 - And I heard another voice from heaven, saying, Come out of her, my people, that ye be not partakers of her sins, and that ye receive not of her plagues. For her sins have reached unto heaven, and God hath remembered her iniquities.

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