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* Catholic Encyclopedia article about Angilbert
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According to the Catholic Encyclopedia, an Allocution is a solemn form of address or speech from the throne employed by the Pope on certain occasions.
The Catholic Encyclopedia places him in its List of Popes, but with the annotation: " Considered by some to be an antipope ".
* The Catholic Encyclopedia, Robert Appleton Company, 1907, Online Edition, K. Night 2003: article Arabia
The 1910 Catholic Encyclopedia remarks that " Undeniably secular and ambitious, his moral life was not above reproach, and his unscrupulous methods in no wise accorded with the requirements of his high office ... the heinous crimes of which his opponents in the council accused him were certainly gravely exaggerated.
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.
The form used in the Roman Rite included anointing of seven parts of the body while saying ( in Latin ): " Through this holy unction and His own most tender mercy may the Lord pardon thee whatever sins or faults thou hast committed deliquisti by sight hearing, smell, taste, touch, walking, carnal delectation ", the last phrase corresponding to the part of the body that was touched ; however, in the words of the 1913 Catholic Encyclopedia, " the unction of the loins is generally, if not universally, omitted in English-speaking countries, and it is of course everywhere forbidden in case of women ".
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* http :// www. vatican. va / roman_curia / congregations / cfaith / cti_documents / rc_con_cfaith_doc_20070419_un-baptised-infants_en. html an article explaining the Catholic opinion on the idea of limbo
* A complete bibliography is appended to the article by F. Cabrol in the Catholic Encyclopaedia, vol.
* This article incorporates text from the 1913 Catholic Encyclopedia article " Giulio Alenio " by Joseph M. Woods, a publication now in the public domain.
A striking number of Catholic bishops have recently brought out documents of their own defending “ Humanae Vitae .” However, a New York Times article notes some parish priests disagree with the teaching, and others agree with it, but avoid discussing the topic aware of contraception use among Catholics.
" Andreas Andreopoulos cites the 1910 Catholic Encyclopedia article by Fortescue as an example of how Barlaam's distrustful and hostile attitude regarding hesychasm survived until recently in the West, adding that now " the Western world has started to rediscover what amounts to a lost tradition.
The author of the Catholic Encyclopedia article goes on to enumerate the accounts of each of these three persons ( the unnamed " sinner ", Mary Magdalene, and Mary of Bethany ) in the Gospel of Luke and concludes that based on these accounts “ there is no suggestion of an identification of the three persons, and if we had only Luke to guide us we should certainly have no grounds for so identifying them the same person .” He then explains first the Catholic position equating Mary of Bethany with the sinful woman of Luke by referring to, where Mary is identified as the woman who anointed Jesus, and noting that this reference is given before John ’ s account of the anointing in Bethany: