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and the March of Ancona to the Church.
for its losses the interdict was lifted from England on 29 June, 1214.
of Flanders, was proclaimed emperor and the Greek Church was united with the
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  Roman Catholic Church - LoveToKnow 1911
But the term is inoffensive to Roman Catholics, since it advertises their claim that communion with the see of Rome is of the essence of Catholicity, and to Protestants, since it serves to emphasize the fact that the religion of modern Rome differs widely in many important respects from that of the undivided medieval Church.
Tension was increased by the fact that the Centre, or Catholic, party in the Reichstag was led by Windhorst, formerly prime minister to the dispossessed king of Hanover, and thus naturally became identified with the opposition of the smaller German states to the supremacy of Prussia.
In 1784 the Rev. John Carroll was appointed prefect-apostolic for the Catholics of the English colonies hitherto dependent on the vicar-apostolic of London.
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A general local interdict is one affecting a whole territory, district, town, etc., and this was the ordinary interdict of the Middle Ages; a particular local interdict is one affecting, for example, a particular church.
Interdict differs from excommunication, in that it does not cut one off from the communion of the faithful or from Christian society, though the acts of religion forbidden in both cases are almost identical.
Such interdicts are therefore inflicted for the faults of moral bodies, of public authorities as such, of a whole population, and not for the faults of private individuals.
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 Two Millennia of Church History
Bishops of the church in Rome claim their church was founded by the apostles Peter and Paul, that Peter was its first bishop, that Christ appointed Peter to be His vicar on earth, and that the bishops of Rome inherit this vicarship of Christ by apostolic succession from Peter.
It declares the Roman church supreme over all others and the Roman bishop the supreme bishop, gives the Roman bishop the emperor’s palace in Rome plus the clothing and insignia of the emperor, and moves the capital to Constantinople so as not to interfere with the imperial rights of the Roman bishop in Europe.
In 1529 Roman Catholic leaders and the emperor of the Holy Roman Empire decree Roman Catholicism the sole faith permitted in the empire.
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 ROMAN-CATHOLIC CHURCH   (Site not responding. Last check: )
With the passing of time and scholastics being in full control, all the Roman Church’s theology was contained in one form only, and all her dogma’s could be accepted only in the form that it was presented by the scholastics.
In the ancient Ecumenical Church, it was the practice to allot an act of penance to the penitent.
It was falsely asserted that the Constantinople Church was as one with the Roman one.
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 Roman Catholic Church law regarding Freemasonry
Some brethren and some Catholics believe that since the Second Ecumenical Council, which was conducted from 1962 to 1965 and is informally known as "Vatican II", the attitude of the church has been to regard Freemasonry as an acceptable sphere for fraternal interaction.
Roman Catholic Church Canon Law is defined as "That body of law constituted by legitimate ecclesiastical authority for the proper organization and government of the church as a visible society.
An "interdict" is a punishment or vindictive penalty by which the Roman Catholic faithful, remaining in communion with the church, are forbidden certain sacraments and are prohibited from participation in certain sacred acts.
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 Seattle Catholic - The Venetian Interdict of 1606-1607
Not only did he pick a weapon, the interdict, which seemed to strike at the innocent as well as the guilty, but he also used it against Venice while sparing the Hapsburg Spain that terrified her: a land which men like Baronius considered to be much more guilty in these jurisdictional matters.
His Treatise on Benefices, History of the Interdict, History of the Council of Trent and Thoughts cannot be overlooked by the student either of the Venetian Interdict or of the development of modern secular culture as a whole.
Whatever the case may be, the bulk of the Catholic attacks on Venice were centered on the particular facts of the jurisdictional battle, which involved issues that did touch upon legitimate Venetian political and economic fears, and on which the Church might in fairness have compromised but did not wish to in 1606-1607.
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 Lectures: Freemasonry and Roman Catholic Church
Catholics enrolled in masonic associations are involved in serious sin and may not approach holy communion.
References to Catholics and the Church are to Roman Catholics and the Church of Rome.
Therefore, the Church's negative judgment in regard to Masonic associations remains unchanged since their principles have always been considered irreconcilable with the doctrine of the Church and, therefore, membership in them remains forbidden.
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 Roman Catholic Church
It is of signal importance to realize that the Roman Catholic Church has no other way to maintain her life than by imposition of her external laws, for she lacks the life giving power of the Holy Spirit and unity of the One Body of the Lord Christ Jesus.
Although the Roman Catholic Church’s record is consistently one of absolute tyranny contravening rather than "safeguarding the dignity and fundamental rights of individuals", as the Archbishop undoubtedly knows, the RCC nevertheless sees herself as the only authority on morality.
The Roman Catholic Church talks of "heinous crimes which offend the conscience of the human family", but nowhere in the statement does she see fit to mention that these "heinous crimes" offend the Holy and Just Lord God.
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Champions of the ordination of women as Roman Catholic priests have long dreamt of presenting the world with a fait accompli: women ordained by legitimate Catholic bishops in defiance of Vatican opposition.
Church authorities rejected both the credentials of the bishops and the validity of the ordinations, based on the teaching that the Catholic church has no power to ordain women as priests.
Some progressive critics noted that since Vatican II Catholic theology has emphasized that it is always a local community that calls forth a vocation, and the seven women ordained June 29 have no such base of support.
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 The B.C. Catholic bears false witness
The B.C. Catholic is the official publication of the Roman Catholic Vancouver Archdiocese.
The present legislation of the Church is contained in canon 1374: "One who joins an association which plots against the Church is to be punished with a just penalty; one who promotes or moderates such an association, however, is to be punished with an interdict." [Code of Canon Law, Latin-English Edition.
Catholic journalist and author, Abel Clarin de la Rive, who had reprinted many of Taxil’s lies, recanted anything originating with Léo Taxil in the April 1897 issue of his anti-masonic publication, Freemasonry Disclosed.
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 Interdict - Search Results - MSN Encarta
Interdict, in the Roman Catholic Church, penalty consisting of the withdrawal of the administration of the sacraments and of all public religious...
During the next three centuries Poland met with repeated misfortunes from internal disorder and foreign invasions.
- exclusion from church sacraments: a ban imposed by a pope, church...
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 Spartanburg SC | GoUpstate.com | Spartanburg Herald-Journal   (Site not responding. Last check: )
When believers were baptized and taken into membership of the church by Anabaptists, it was not only done as symbol of cleansing of sin but was also done as a public commitment to identify with Jesus Christ and to conform one's life to the teaching and example of Jesus as understood by the church.
Exclusion from the church is recognition by the congregation that this person has separated himself or herself from the church by way of his or her visible and unrepentant sin.
When this occurs, the church is expected to continue to pray for the excluded member and to seek to restore him or her to its fellowship.
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 Divine Interdict   (Site not responding. Last check: )
   That not only the Conciliar Church, which accepts the changes of Vatican II together with the perfidious spirit of said heretical assembly, but the Traditionalists appeal to Vatican II and Vatican II theology to justify their violations of Canon Law.
From this date forward, until the interdict is removed, recourse for absolution is reserved exclusively to Ourselves, who shall determine what needs to be performed in individual cases.
       4.  Those who are clergy in the Vatican II or Traditionalist churches are considered as guilty under Canon 2200, until the contrary is proven, and in ALL cases are ipso facto suspended from all exercise of their Orders, as well as under personal interdict.
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 Old Roman Catholic Church of North America --New Perspectives
The country was beginning to crumble and church leaders began to unite their voices of discontent.
Given Amin's deserved reputation, Luwum had to have known that his actions in defense of justice and his demand for answers made him a marked man, and that his own murder was a very real possibility.
On January 30, 1977, the Church of Uganda publicly voiced opposition to Amin.
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 interdict - OneLook Dictionary Search
noun: an ecclesiastical censure by the Roman Catholic Church withdrawing certain sacraments and Christian burial from a person or all persons in a particular district
Phrases that include interdict: interdiction interdict, papal interdict
Words similar to interdict: disallow, forbid, interdicted, interdicting, interdiction, interdictive, interdictor, interdictory, prohibit, proscribe, veto, ban, debar, more...
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 interdict definition - Dictionary - MSN Encarta
exclusion from church sacraments: a ban imposed by a pope, church council, or bishop that excludes a person, group, or nation from the sacraments of the Roman Catholic Church.
In the past, the interdict was used to enforce obedience.
Patrols will be increased along the border to interdict smugglers.
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He was at once excommunicated and the island placed under interdict.
Church, outside of which there is no salvation; but one body of
He did no more than his duty in defending the unity of the Church and the supremacy of ecclesiastical authority when threatened by Philip the Fair.
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 50 Years in the "Church" of Rome - by Charles Chiniquy
Becoming a priest, he wanted desperately to place full trust in his "church", but was hit by waves of doubt as his "church" claimed adherence to the Gospel, yet violated it at every turn.
Finally, after twenty-five years as a priest in the Roman Catholic Church, his bishop demanded that he give up his precious Bible, and pledge blind obedience to the "church.
• The priests circulate the news that Lincoln was born in the Church of Rome
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 Medieval Sourcebook: Empire and Papacy
The "Empire and Papacy" has been a theme of medieval history teaching for so long that students might be forgiven for being bored out of their minds.
Separation of Church and State: The conflict between church and state firmly established that church and state were distinct entities.
This is in dramatic contrast to Islam, which never made a distinction between "religion" and "politics"; and in contrast equally to the "Byzantine model" of "symphony" between church and state.
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She is thus looked upon by many as the first female author of England and Germany.
Boniface was laying the foundations of the Church in Germany.
He saw that for the most part scattered efforts would be futile, or would
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In respect of each and every sentence of excommunication, suspension, interdict and privation and any other sentences, censures and penalties against heretics or schismatics, enforced and promulgated in any way whatsoever by any of Our predecessors the Roman Pontiffs, or by any who were held to be such (even by their "litterae extravagantes" i.e.
(x) clerics shall be automatically deprived of each and every Church, even Cathedral, Metropolitan, Patriarchal, Primatial, and likewise of dignities, Monasteries, benefices and Ecclesiastical offices, and even, as has been already mentioned, of qualifications, howsoever obtained by them;
Given in Rome at Saint Peter's in the year of the Incarnation of the Lord 1559, 15th February, in the fourth year of our Pontificate.
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