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The Catholic Encyclopedia ( 1909 ) called this confusion a " distortion of the true facts " and suggested that it arose because the " Liber Pontificalis ", which at this point may be registering a reliable tradition, says that this Felix built a church on the Via Aurelia, which is where the Roman martyr of an earlier date was buried.
The Catholic Encyclopedia remarked that " the real story of the antipope was lost and he obtained in local Roman history the status of a saint and a confessor.
" At that time ( 1909 ) the Roman Martyrology had the following text: This entry was based on what the Catholic Encyclopedia called later legends that confound the relative positions of Felix and Liberius.
Extreme Unction was the usual name for the sacrament in the West from the late twelfth century until 1972, and was thus used at the Council of Trent and in the 1913 Catholic Encyclopedia.
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Catholic and Felix
* Felix II ( excluding Antipope Felix II ), Pope of the Roman Catholic Church, p. 483 – 492
* Felix Ley, Roman Catholic bishop, was born in Marshfield, Wisconsin, raised in Hewitt.
* 1830 – 1831: Felix de Muelenaere ( Catholic Party )
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He had long resisted the views of Father Hugues Felicité Robert de Lamennais, " Felix ", one of the leading intellectuals concerned with French Catholic youth, but in May 1830, Lamennais converted him to his liberal version of ultramontanism, that is, the adherence to the absolute universal authority of the papacy in opposition to nationalist and secularist ideas.
Felix Manalo, born on May 10, 1886 in Taguig, Philippines, was baptized a Roman Catholic.
In his 1909 book, Costume of Prelates of the Catholic Church, John Abel Felix Prosper Nainfa proposed the use of the English word " simar ", instead of the word " cassock ", for the garment with shoulder cape, which he treated as distinct from the cassock proper.
On the other hand, some Catholic leaders viewed Iglesia ni Cristo as an offshoot of the Roman Catholic Church, since the then first leader or Executive Minister ( Felix Ysagun Manalo ) was a former Catholic member.
St. Felix is the Catholic Parish in Felixstowe.
* 1970: In 1970 Ludmila Javorova attempted ordination as a Catholic priest in Czechoslovakia by a friend of her family, Bishop Felix Davidek ( 1921 – 88 ), himself clandestinely consecrated, due to the shortage of priests caused by communist persecution ; however, an official Vatican statement in February 2000 declared the ordinations invalid while recognizing the severe circumstances under which they occurred.
On the other hand, he incurred the strong opposition of the conservative and landed section of the Catholics, of some of the higher clergy like Cardinal Archbishop Felix von Hartmann of Cologne, and of the Bavarian agricultural interests as represented by the Bavarian Catholic People's Party in the State Diet at Munich and in the Reichstag in Berlin.
Recognizing the absence of a Catholic school system in Indonesia, four priests were dispatched to Indonesia: Bruder Engelbertus Cranen, Bruder Felix, Bruder Anthonius and Bruder Stanislaus.
The program frequently criticizes various denominations for their doctrines, practices and what it says are false teachings, including the Catholic Church, some Christian Denominations, Jehovah's Witnesses, Seventh-day Adventist Church, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and especially the Iglesia ni Cristo, ( Church of Christ founded by Felix Manalo ), a Philippine-based religion.
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Catholic and II
With Portugal's position as a country firmly established, Afonso II endeavoured to weaken the power of the clergy and to apply a portion of the enormous revenues of the Roman Catholic Church to purposes of national utility.
In addition to James II himself ( who died a few months after the act received the royal assent ) and his Catholic children Prince James and Princess Louisa, the act also excluded the descendents of James ' sister Henrietta, the youngest daughter of Charles I. Henrietta's daughter Anne was then the Queen of Sardinia and a Catholic ; the Jacobite heirs of today are descended from her line.
* 2005 – Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger is elected the 265th Pope of the Catholic Church following the death of Pope John Paul II.
At the Vatican Council II, as representative of American Jews, Heschel persuaded the Roman Catholic Church to eliminate or modify passages in its liturgy that demeaned the Jews, or expected their conversion to Christianity.
On the death of Charles II his brother, a Roman Catholic, became James II.
The canon law of the Eastern Catholic Churches, which had developed some different disciplines and practices, underwent its own process of codification, resulting in the Code of Canons of the Eastern Churches promulgated in 1990 by Pope John Paul II.
Over the last 30 years, however, the miaphysite position has been accepted as a mere restatement of orthodox belief by Patriarch Bartholomew I of the Eastern Orthodox Church and by Pope John Paul II of the Roman Catholic Church.
In 1617 the Catholic Ferdinand II was elected king of Bohemia.
Pope John Paul II often spoke of his great desire that the Catholic Church " once again breathe with both lungs ", thus emphasizing that the Roman Catholic Church seeks to restore full communion with the separated Eastern churches.
During World War II, a dog tag could indicate only one of three religions through the inclusion of one letter: " P " for Protestant, " C " for Catholic, or " H " for Jewish ( from the word, " Hebrew "), or ( according to at least one source ) " NO " to indicate no religious preference.
* 1170 – Thomas Becket, Archbishop of Canterbury, is assassinated inside Canterbury Cathedral by followers of King Henry II ; he subsequently becomes a saint and martyr in the Anglican Church and the Catholic Church.
* Ex Corde Ecclesiae, an apostolic constitution written by Pope John Paul II regarding Catholic colleges and universities.
In December 1584, an alliance between Philip II and the French Catholic League at Joinville undermined the ability of Anjou's brother, Henry III of France, to counter Spanish domination of the Netherlands.
Henry's succession was strongly contested by the Catholic League and by Philip II, and Elizabeth feared a Spanish takeover of the channel ports.
The Catholic Church also has taught that faith and reason can and must work together, in the Papal encyclical letter issued by Pope John Paul II, Fides et Ratio (" Faith and Reason ").
Wilhelm II also praised Mussolini's diplomacy towards the Catholic Church, though he strongly opposed Mussolini's diplomatic agreements with the Soviet Union.
* 1689 – The Convention Parliament declares that the flight to France in 1688 by James II, the last Roman Catholic British monarch, constitutes an abdication.
In 1980, Hayek, a non-practicing Roman Catholic, was one of twelve Nobel laureates to meet with Pope John Paul II, " to dialogue, discuss views in their fields, communicate regarding the relationship between Catholicism and science, and ' bring to the Pontiff's attention the problems which the Nobel Prize Winners, in their respective fields of study, consider to be the most urgent for contemporary man.
* 1479 20 January – Queen Isabella I of Castile and King Ferdinand II of Aragon – the Catholic Monarchs, jointly rule the kingdoms of Castile and Aragon, including Gibraltar.
After the death of Charles II in 1685, his Catholic brother King James II & VII was crowned.

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