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Die Christliche Ehe und die Civil-Ehe : Aussprache der Schweizerischen Bischfe an die Geistlichen und die Glaubigen Ihrer Dizesen

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Marriage (Catholic Church)

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...the Roman Rite, it is ordinarily celebrated in a Nuptial Mass . Present-day Catholic canon law regulates the celebration of marriage in canons 10... ... Nuptial Mass . Present-day Catholic canon law regulates the celebration of marriage in canons 1055–1165 of the 1983 Code of Canon Law and canons... ...83 Code of Canon Law and canons 776-866 of the Code of Canons of the Eastern Churches . While allowing for exceptions, it normally recognizes marria... ...f the Eastern Churches . While allowing for exceptions, it normally recognizes marriages of Catholics as valid only if contracted before the local bis... ... Churches . While allowing for exceptions, it normally recognizes marriages of Catholics as valid only if contracted before the local bishop or parish... ...tracted before the local bishop or parish priest or a priest or (in the Latin Church only) a deacon delegated by them and at least two witnesses. At... ...lier times, validity was not made dependent on fulfilment of this condition. Marriages between Catholics and non-Catholics (" mixed marriages ") are... ...ty was not made dependent on fulfilment of this condition. Marriages between Catholics and non-Catholics (" mixed marriages ") are opposed by the Ca... ... Catholics and non-Catholics (" mixed marriages ") are opposed by the Catholic Church, as they are looked upon as degrading the holy character of matr...

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Christian Marriage

By: Mahoney, E. J. (Edward Joseph), 1888-1954
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Marriage officiant

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... 3.2 Quaker 3.3 Catholicism 3.4 Universal Life C... ... Catholicism 3.4 Universal Life Church 4 See also ... ...5 References Civil Marriage officiant is a civil officer who performs acts of marriage, civil ... ...spouses and to ensure the legal formalities, and hence the validity of the marriage or civil union, are observed. Unlike wedding and civil union cerem... ... the District of Columbia, the only places in North America where same-sex marriages are legalized, Celebrants and Officiants perform many LGBT weddin... ...uple marry each other with no third party officiating. Catholicism In the Catholic Church, it is the bride and ... ...iating. Catholicism In the Catholic Church, it is the bride and bridegroom who perform the Sacrament of Matrimo... ...Sacrament of Matrimony (marriage), but a marriage can only be valid if the Church has a witness at the wedding ceremony whose function is to question ... ...that take place outside Mass (which usually occurs in a marriage between a Catholic and a non-Christian or, less often, non-Catholic), the ceremony is...

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Substitution for Marriage

By: Quinn, B. L. (Bernard L.); Loewy, Benno, 1854-1919

...THER QUINN Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org MARRIAGE Title: SUBSTITUTION FOR MARRIAGE Author: FATHER QUINN Languag... ...... ...et w UTION FOR MARRIAGE: BY FATHER QUINN, FORMERLY PASTOR OF THE KOMAlSr CATHOLIC CHURCH IN KALAMAZOO, MICHIGAN. "Intelligence is governed by reason... ...ION FOR MARRIAGE: BY FATHER QUINN, FORMERLY PASTOR OF THE KOMAlSr CATHOLIC CHURCH IN KALAMAZOO, MICHIGAN. "Intelligence is governed by reason. Ignoran... ... Immorality, 170 XIV—The Last Link, 176 XV—Extracts, 195 Substitution for Marriage, CHAPTER I. THE INSTITUTION. In the year 1866, Pope Pius IX. sanct... ...ked, neither will his spirit always strive." Many good, charitable people (Catholic and Protestant), revered the late Pope as a saint, believed the ma... ... handed down as the Pope's " patent right " (or invention) where- ever his Church gains a foot-hold in the land, giving as his reason for sanctioning ... ...ing its introduc- tion and extension, that it was the only way to save the Church from public scandal, and exhibit the clergy as pure and unspotted be... ... is considered of most im- portance, and as the greatest deception when in Catholic families and countries, is the image of the Virgin Mary with the c...

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Marriage

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...Consanguinity Marriage Inces... ...ousins Cousin marriage Levir... ...evirate Ghost marriage Jokin... ...2013 Articles incorporating a citation from the 1913 Catholic Encyclopedia with Wikisource reference Artic... ...-503614-X The Council of Trent on Marriage by the Catholic Church "Legal Regulation of Marital Relat... ... The Council of Trent on Marriage by the Catholic Church "Legal Regulation of Marital Relations: An ... ...chüssler Fiorenza; John P. Galvin, eds. (1991). Systematic Theology: Roman Catholic Perspectives 2. Fortress Press. p. 320.   ... ...e". BBC.  ^ "Catechism of the Catholic Church, Second Edition, Article Seven, Paragraph 1612". Vatican.va. Archive... ...ry 2007.  ^ "Catechism of the Catholic Church, Second Edition, Article Seven, Paragraph 1601". Vatican.va. Archive...

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Catholic Record Society (Great Britain) : Publications : Vol. 21

By: Catholic Record Society (Great Britain)

...lic Library.org RECORD SOCIETY, VOL. XXI Title: PUBLICATIONS OF THE CATHOLIC RECORD SOCIETY, VOL. XXI Author: JOHN HUNGERFORD POLLEN Language: ... ...ldLibrary.net publications of tbc Catbolic IRecorfc Society Vol. XXI THE Catholic Record Society was founded June 10, 1904, for printing Registers a... ...TAFFORD JERNINGHAM BARONET BY HIS PERMISSION Front iifif, Cath. Rtc. Six. CATHOLIC RECORD SOCIETY THE YEN. PHILIP HOWARD EARL OF ARUNDEL 15571595 ENG... ...(1) Birth; (2) His Mother's Burial; (3) Act assuring Howard Property ; (4) Marriage ... 1 I. Philip, E. of Surrey, to Ld. Burghley, 24 Sept., 1571 (R.... ...gyd with black] and armes ; and be iij of the cloke she was browth to [the Church with] a c morners ; and her grasse had a oanepe of blake [velvet, wi... ...Elizabeth's first Parliament, 1559, had this title, " An act to ratify the marriage between the Duke of Norfolk, * Until ten years earlier the chapel ... .... The Statute* at Large, ii. sig. 2 ; see also p. 368 below. CHRONOLOGY 4. MARRIAGE. From Life, p. 173, the inference is that Philip's marriage took p... ... tend to pray for the dead to fetch them out of purgatory, as Antichrist's church doth teach." Then (f. 67) he dwells on " natural affections," then o... ...say lectern-bibles, which would becomingly fill a choir lectern in a large church. Every church was bound by law to have one ; there was therefore a g...

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Marriage license

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... A marriage license ( American English ) or marriage licence ( British English ) is a document issued, either by ... ...) or marriage licence ( British English ) is a document issued, either by a church or state authority, authorizing a couple to marry . The proce... ...re for obtaining a license varies between countries and has changed over time. Marriage licenses began to be issued in the Middle Ages, to permit a m... ...otherwise be illegal (for instance, if the necessary period of notice for the marriage had not been given). Today, they are a legal requirement in ... ...was a private contract between two families. Until the 16th-century, Christian churches accepted the validity of a marriage on the basis of a couple’s... ...people claimed that they had exchanged marital vows—even without witnesses—the Catholic Church accepted that they were validly married. Some states i... ...aimed that they had exchanged marital vows—even without witnesses—the Catholic Church accepted that they were validly married. Some states in the US ...

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Catholic Record Society (Great Britain) : Publications : Vol. 11

By: Catholic Record Society (Great Britain)

...blic Library.org RECORD SOCIETY, VOL. XIX Title: PUBLICATIONS OF THE CATHOLIC RECORD SOCIETY, VOL. XIX Author: Language: English Subject: Fict... ...... ...e Reformation in England and Wales. A It Rights reserved by the. Society CATHOLIC RECORD SOCIETY MISCELLANEA XI LONDON 1917 PRIVATELY PRINTED FOR TH... ...5. Contributed by Monsignor Claud Reginald Lindsay I(JI Introduction _ IOI Marriages !6i, 170 Baptisms . r62 Accounts and Notes _ ^ji Amalgamated Note... ...s . r62 Accounts and Notes _ ^ji Amalgamated Notes _ 17 ; IV. Six CATHOLIC MARRIAGE REGISTERS OF FR JOSEPH ALEXIUS SMALLWOOD, O.S.F., IN LONDON, 1730-... ... Contributed by Monsigmr Claud Reginald Lindsay 174 Introduction . I74 Six Marriages _ j^ V. CATHOLIC REGISTERS OF FR ARTHUR PACIFICUS BAKER, O.S.F., ... ... Scripture as also the continual practice of our holy Mother the Catholick Church doth authorise, the exhibiting of all due respect, to the true serva... ... BENEDICTINE ABBEY OF GHENT & short fever Armed with all rites of the holy church, leaving a sad House full of the odour of her vertues but the Resent... ... and true Devo tion and Application she Receiv d all the Rites of the holy Church, breathing forth aspirations In midst of pure suffrance. A little be...

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Marriage in Israel

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... Traditions Marriage ... ... Marriages in Israel can be performed under the auspices of the religious co... ...ny religion, a "couplehood union" with rights and responsibilities akin to marriage, can be performed.[1][2][3] Matrimonial law is based on the Millet... ... Muslim community 1.3 Christian churches 1.4 Druze community ... ... and nine Christian denominations (none of which were Christian Protestant churches). All those who were not members of these recognised communities w... ...nsent and without petitioning the court.[26] Christian churches There are nine officially recognise... ...churches for the purposes of marriage. These are the Greek Orthodox, Roman Catholic (Latin rite), Armenian Apostolic, Armenian Catholic, Syrian Cathol... ...olic, Armenian Catholic, Syrian Catholic, Chaldean (Uniate), Melkite Greek Catholic, Maronite and Syrian Orthodox churches. In 19... ...churches for the purposes of marriage. These are the Greek Orthodox, Roman Catholic (Latin rite), Armenian Apostolic, Armenian Catholic, Syrian Cathol...

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Catholic Record Society (Great Britain) : Publications : Vol. 10

By: Catholic Record Society (Great Britain)

...lic Library.org RECORD SOCIETY, VOL. XVII Title: PUBLICATIONS OF THE CATHOLIC RECORD SOCIETY, VOL. XVII Author: Language: English Subject: Fic... ...... ...he Reformation in England and Wales. All Rights reserved by me Society CATHOLIC RECORD SOCIETY MISCELLANEA -X LONDON 1915 PRIVATELY PRINTED FOR TH... ...422 Historical notes - 3 6 3 Baptisms - - 37<>, 39^ 420, 421 Marriages - 3^6,399 Communicants - - 386, 387. 40> 421, 422 Deaths -... ...ical notes by Joseph Gillow - 4 2 3~454 Historical notes - 4 2 3 Baptisms, marriages, and deaths, mixed 431 VI. CATHOLIC REGISTERS OFKIDDINGTON, OXFOR... ...e Sepulchrines at Liege in 1772: where she was presently received into the church. (History of the, New Hall Community , 1899.) f The 9th baronet. 24... ...of Bruxells : Giuen by Mo r Dorothy [Daniell] Lane* for a Surplice for y e Church : and by Madame Labrick Holland for one, by Mo r Hellene Gary a fine... ...nce y e 9 Aprill 63 Of Benefactors Mistris Haymond toward y e Ceelling y e Church . 50 - M r Hodege 64 - M ris Pleneueaux 24 - M rl* Derost 16 - M rls... ...uing binn 21 months a Nouice, she was, as we haue caus to hope cald to the marriage feast in heauen on the 16 of October 1680 at the age of 39 . but b...

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Marriage Act, 1961 (South Africa)

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... Act to consolidate and amend the laws relating to the solemnization of marriages and matters incidental thereto. ... ... Status: In force The Marriage Act, 1961 (Act No. 25 of 1961) is an act of the Parliament of Sout... ...Parliament of South Africa governing the solemnisation and registration of marriages in South Africa. It does not deal with the dissolution of marriag... ... Afrikaans Protestant Church ... ... Anglican Church ... ... Christian Reformed Church ... ... Roman Catholic Church ... ... Roman Catholic Church ...

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Catholic Record Society (Great Britain) : Publications : Vol. 2

By: Catholic Record Society (Great Britain)

...blic Library.org RECORD SOCIETY, VOL. XVI Title: PUBLICATIONS OF THE CATHOLIC RECORD SOCIETY, VOL. XVI Author: J. P. SMITH Language: English Su... ...... ...he Reformation in England and Wales. A II Rights reserved by the Society CATHOLIC RECORD SOCIETY ^Lancashire IRegteters ZTbe II , / EDITED BY J. P. ... ...0-1831 195 1832-1837 213 Burials, 1776-1780 185 1810 (i) 188 1814-1837 188 Marriages, 1811-1813 (6) - 212 Confirmations - - 207, 208, 217, 218 MOWBREC... ...illy, V.F. Historical Notes by Joseph Gillow - 421 Baptisms, 1753-1829 428 Marriages, 1753-1803 506 GARSTANG. Contributed by J. P. Smith - Historical ... ...otes by Joseph Gillow - 514 Baptisms, 1788-1824 521 Burials, 1798-1825 558 Marriages, 1791-1822 559 POULTON. Contributed by J. P. Smith Historical Not... ...rt. Previous to this the founder s grandfather had pulled down the ancient church of Lytham, built of shingle, and erected another of stone, dedicatin... ... to a house called the Woodlands. This was replaced in 1839 by the present church, dedicated to St. Peter. The following is an amplified list of the c... ...body was carried to Kirkham for interment with his ancestors in the parish church, but before starting on its last journey " A Funeral Sermon upo...

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Marriage in England and Wales

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...us unions between a man and a woman. The legal minimum age to enter into a marriage in England and Wales is sixteen years although this requires paren... ...the ages of sixteen and eighteen. There is a distinction between religious marriages, conducted by an authorised religious celebrant, and civil marria... ... religious celebrant, and civil marriages, conducted by a state registrar. Marriage laws in England and Wales have historically evolved separately fro... ... signed by the couple, the celebrant and two witness es. Priests of the Church of England and the Church in Wales are legally required to marry ... ... From the Marriage Act 1753 until 1837, only marriages conducted by the Church of England, by Quakers, or Jew ish marriages, were recognised in ... ...riage, also allowed ministers of other faiths ( Nonconformist s and Roman Catholic s) to act as registrars. The civil marriage law was superseded by ... ...ann s must be posted for fifteen days, at the appropriate register office. Church of England marriages require the banns to be read out three times at...

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Report on Congregationalism : Including a Manual of Church Discipline, Together with the Cambridge Platform Adopted in 1648 and the Confession of Faith Adopted in 1680

By: Congregational Churches in Massachusetts. Confession of Faith; Congregational Churches in Massachusetts. Platform of Church Discipline; Woods, Leonard, 1774-1854;

... /350 f \^s <** REPORT ON CONGREGATIONALISM, INCLUDING A MANUAL OF CHURCH DISCIPLINE, TOGETHER WITH THE CAMBRIDGE PLATFORM, ADOPTED IN 1648,... ...a small proportion of ministers, and to only a few of the great multitude of church mem bers. We have therefore concluded, with the advice of many of ... ...e of presenting our Report to the whole body of Congregational ministers and churches in Massachusetts, and to those in other States, so far as they m... ... is one, immutable, and prescribed in the word, . . .49 Of the nature of the catholic church in general, and in special of a particular visible church... ...th Day, . .117 Of Lawful Oaths and Vows, 119 Of the Civil Magistrate, 120 Of Marriage, 121 Of the Church, 122 Of the Communion of Saints, . . . . .123... ... xi. 14, 16, and xiv. 12, 19. Acts, xv. 28. CHAPTER II. Of the nature of the catholic church in general, and in special of a particular visible church... ...lic church in general, and in special of a particular visible church. 1. THE catholic church is the whole company of those that are elected, redeemed,... ... them to be heretics, or upon any other pretence whatsoever. CHAPTER XXV. Of Marriage. MARRIAGE is to be between one man and one woman : neither is it... ... wife, nor for any woman to have more than one husband at the same time. II. Marriage was ordained for the mutual help of hus band and wife, for the i...

Subject: Congregational churches -- Massachusetts Salem; Councils and synods -- Massachusetts Salem

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Marriage Equality Act (New York)

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... Full name Marriage Equality Act Status... ...the bill and Text of an amendment The Marriage Equality Act is a 2011 New York State law that allows gender-neutr... ...riage Equality Act is a 2011 New York State law that allows gender-neutral marriages for both same- and opposite-sex couples, while prohibiting state ... ...ous and moral institutions The New York State Catholic Conference, led by Archbishop Timothy Dolan, stated to NBC News th... ... Stop the Church ... ... Metropolitan Community Church of New York ... ...ous and moral institutions The New York State Catholic Conference, led by Archbishop Timothy Dolan, stated to NBC News th... ... Stop the Church ...

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The Sequel to Catholic Emancipation : The Story of the English Catholics Continued Down to the Re-Establishment of Their Hierarchy in 1850 : Volume 2

By: Ward, Bernard Nicolas, 1857-1920

...llection World Public Library.org EMANCIPATION Title: THE SEQUEL TO CATHOLIC EMANCIPATION Author: MONSIGNOR BERNARD WARD Language: English ... ...... ...umerous Portraits and other Illustrations. 2 vols. 8vo, 255. net. THE EVE OF CATHOLIC EMANCIPATION, being the History of the English Catholics during ... ..., and which was destined to have such important results on the future of the Church in England ; and the influx of converts of the educated classes wh... ...tedly was, and he formed visions and hopes of returning glory to the ancient Church of the land far greater than were in fact ever realised. Moreover,... ... the rallying-point of the yet silent but vast movement towards the Catholic Church, which has commenced, and must prosper '. I felt as assured ofthis... ...The Times. Certainly, he said, he had upheld celibacy as a higher state than marriage ; but he had never considered himself called to that higher stat... ... ; but it led to no result. He had already removed the three children of the marriage from their Catholic schools in England, and re- tired with them ... ...a former chapter. A few weeks later, in the same St. George's, his own third marriage was celebrated, under the shadow of its great rood. He had been ...

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Catholic Democrats

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... Catholic Democrats is a national not-for-profit organization of Catholics, based in Boston, USA. The Catholic Democrats have ... ...0 members in all 50 American states and Puerto Rico. It claims no authorization from the Catholic Church, or any Catholic Bishop, Catholic diocese, ca... ... in all 50 American states and Puerto Rico. It claims no authorization from the Catholic Church, or any Catholic Bishop, Catholic diocese, candidate o... ... election, which, in the view of the group, had witnessed unprecedented attempts to bend Catholic Social Teaching to accommodate policies which are in... ...aching to accommodate policies which are in conflict with the teaching and values of the Church. It characterizes its membership as people who share a... ... The group was angered as well by what it perceived as manipulation of Church teaching to the advantage of conservative and Republic... ...ble for an attack on religious liberty. That campaign focused on gay marriage, and later on whether employees of Catholic hospital...

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The Primer : Or, Office of the Blessed Virgin Mary ; With a New and Approved Version of the Church-Hymns ; Translated from the Roman Breviary ; To Which Is Added a Table, According to the New Regulations, Of the Festivals of Obligation, Days of Devotion, Fasting, And Abstinence, As Observed by the Catholics in England

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...vaUQi Obligation, Days of DtviUcn, Facing, and Aytinencc, as obfervcd by the Catholics in /; A NEW I M P R E s s i o N . i * L O N D O N: o ^Printed b... ...RY. H E Office of our C. Lady is of great antiquity, and was cotnpoicdby the church, directed by the Holy Ciioft. This book is called the Primer^ from... ...ngu age 6 f the Bleifed in Heaven, according to Afoc. 8. 6. 1 hereto i e the church has foibidden it to be tranflated into any other language : It is ... ...a finale F-a^l. St. IJidore faith, L&efe Anthems were fit ufe.i in the Creek Church^ and af:ei \vardi in.roiluctd in.O : the Latin Church. In- St. Amb... ...lurns, or night office, are fo called, becaufe they were xvont to be (and in Catholic Commies itili are; iaitl NoCtaino Tempore, in the night time, ac... ...ope and Confeffor A TAB L E of all the Feajls, that are to be obfened by the Catholics of England, according io the laji Regulations%f the Hoi) See: A... ... -, that is, from the 27th of November to the third of Dectm&cr* The Time of Marriage. The foldxmizing of Mariiace is forbidden from the ^ ^. F.lrjl S... ... charift at Eajler, between Palm-Sundny and Low- Sunday, 4. Not to folemnize marriage at time forbidden by the Church : nor within cer tain degrees of... ... that Solomon was the Author, and that it was made, upon the Occaficn of his Marriage with the Daughter cj Pharaoh, though others attrilute it to Davi...

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Natural marriage

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... Legislation and Legal System of the Catholic Church ... ... Legislation and Legal System of the Catholic Church ... ... Legal History of the Catholic Church ... ... Legal History of the Catholic Church ... ... Code of Canons of the Eastern Churches 1917 Code o... ... Banns of Marriage Declaration... ...ispensation Natural Marriage ratum sed n... ... Natural marriage is the name given in Catholic canon law to the covenant "by which ... ... Natural marriage is the name given in Catholic canon law to the covenant "by which a man and a woman establish be...

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The Eve of Catholic Emancipation : Being the History of the English Catholics during the First Thirty Years of the Nineteenth Century : Volume 1

By: Ward, Bernard Nicolas, 1857-1920

... Collection World Public Library.org EMANCIPATION Title: THE EVE OF CATHOLIC EMANCIPATION Author: MONSIGNOR BERNARD WARD Language: English S... ...... ...on. Mrs. MAXWELL SCOTT (of Abbotsford). 8vo, ys. 6d. net. MEMOIRS OFSCOTTISH CATHOLICS DURINGTHE SEVENTEENTH AND EIGHTEENTH CENTURIES. Selected from h... ..., London; New York, Bombay and Calcutta, A LIST OF NEW BOOKS. CHRIST IN THE CHURCH : a Volume of Religious Essays. By the Very Rev. Monsignor BENSON,... ...ition without the Illustrations can also be had, price 6d. net. BACK TO HOLY CHURCH: Experiences and Knowledge acquired by a Convert. By Dr. ALBERT VO... ... that the raising of Milner to the episcopate was a calamity to the Catholic Church in England, and if Bishop Bramston, the meekest of men, could spea... ...r and Old Hall the previous year. It ran as follows : 1 "I. That of Catholic marriages, or of marriages of Catho- lics celebrated by Catholic priests ... ... forcing me to be trustee for them. On the evening, however, of the expected marriage, which was to have taken place at Longbirch, I found that he had... ... beyond a certain want of prudence in not employing a lawyer to draw out the marriage settlements from the beginning. Anyunprejudiced person might bec...

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Catholic Church and abortion

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...olumbus sign at a pro-life rally. The Catholic Church opposes all forms of abortion procedures whose direct purpo... ...ign at a pro-life rally. The Catholic Church opposes all forms of abortion procedures whose direct purpose is to ... ...8 of the Code of Canon Law imposes automatic excommunication on Latin Rite Catholics who procure a completed abortion,[2] if they fulfil the condition... ...hey fulfil the conditions for being subject to such a sanction.[3] Eastern Catholics are not subject to automatic excommunication, but they are to be ... ...al bishop.[5] In addition to saying that abortion is immoral, the Catholic Church also makes statements and takes actions in opposition to its legalit... ...ntries most, Catholics disagree with the official position of the Catholic Church, which opposes abortion and its legality; with views ranging from al... ...ies have shown that Polish Catholics have a wide range of views on sex and marriage. Many Poles, including devout Catholics, complain that the Catholi... ...rch using stem cells obtained from human embryos, having a baby outside of marriage, gambling and homosexual relations. ... ...rica.  ^ voters split on abortion, gay marriage ^ (Harvard University Press 1979 I...

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The Eve of Catholic Emancipation : Being the History of the English Catholics during the First Thirty Years of the Nineteenth Century : Volume 2

By: Ward, Bernard Nicolas, 1857-1920

...sic Literature Collection World Public Library.org Title: THE EVE OF CATHOLIC EMANCIPATION Author: BERNARD WARD Language: English Subject: Fi... ...... ...34 Portraits and other Illustrations. 2 vols. 8vp, 255. net. THE DAWN OF THE CATHOLIC REVIVAL IN ENGLAND, 1781-1803. By BERNARD WARD, F.R.Hist.S., Pre... ...ill not yield to you in my readiness to labour and suffer for Christ and His Church." In the meantime, in view of the Resolutions of the seven Irish b... ...refugees ; for many of them lived in that part of London, and frequented the Church in London Road. He knew the Abbe de Trevaux personally, and in a l... ... Bramston, and in 1790, at the age of thirty-seven, he was received into the Church by the well- known Father O'Leary. After his conversion Mr. Bramst... ... A lady once came to see Dr. Bramston, to secure his interest in arranging a marriage between her daughter and a friend of his. Through ignorance of h... ...was soon removed to Paris. When, however, he refused to assist at the second marriage of Napoleon, and thus became one of the " Black Cardinals," as t... ...romulgation. This is the case with respect to the laws regarding clandestine marriages. These were binding over a great part of Ireland at the time wh...

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Marriage vows

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... Roman Empire (17 B.C.- A.D. 476) the lower classes (proletarians) had "free" marriages. The bride 's father would deliver her to the groom, and th... ...the groom, and the two agreed that they were wed, and would keep the vow of marriage by mutual consent. Wealthy Romans, though, would sign documen... ...ights to publicly declare that their union was legalized and not a common law marriage . This was the beginning of the official recording of marriage... ...est traditional wedding vows can be traced back to the manuals of the medieval church. In England, there were manuals of the dioceses of Salisbury (Sa... ...London: Wells Gardner, Darton & Co., pp. 493-94. Upon agreement to marry, the Church of England usually offered couples a choice. The couple could p... ... worship", while the bride to "love, cherish and obey ". Christianity Roman Catholic Couples wedding in the Roman Catholic Church essentially make... ... obey ". Christianity Roman Catholic Couples wedding in the Roman Catholic Church essentially make the same pledge to one another. According to th... ... I will love you and honor you all the days of my life. In the United States, Catholic wedding vows may also take the following form: I, ____, take ...

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The Sequel to Catholic Emancipation : The Story of the English Catholics Continued Down to the Re-Establishment of Their Hierarchy in 1850 : Volume 1

By: Ward, Bernard Nicolas, 1857-1920

... THE SEQUEL TO CATHOLIC EMANCIPATION BY THE SAME AUTHOR. THE DAWN OF THE CATHOLIC REVIVAL IN ENGLAND, 1781-1803. With numerous Portraits and... ...With numerous Portraits and other Illustrations. 2 vols. 8vo, 253. net. THE EVE OF CATHOLIC EMANCIPATION, being the History of the English Catholics d... ...rr J<irk -rum- ut THE SEQUEL TO CATHOL EMANCIPATION/ ' v THE STORY OF THE ENGLISH CATHOLICS CONTINUED DOWN TO THE RE-ESTABLISHMENT OF THEIR HIERARCHY... ...ius Generalis. WESTMONASTERII, die g Julii, 1914; TO THE CONVERTS TO THE CATHOLIC CHURCH IN ENGLAND WHOSE ZEAL FOR THE ANCIENT FAITH NO LESS THAN THA... ...od to Wise- man's Archiepiscopate. If we consider that very few of them joined the Church before the year 1845, tnat those who became priests had then... ... that as the present work is written primarily for Catholics, such titles as " the Church," the epithet " Catholic," or " Protestant," or the like are... ...by Purcell, p. 382, where Pugin's words are given, but without any reference. THE MARRIAGE ACT 19* to arbitration. Grave men travel up to London, put... ... considerably minus at the end ofthe year that the great benefaction fell in." THE MARRIAGE ACT OF 1836. An important development in Catholic life was... ...IAGE ACT OF 1836. An important development in Catholic life was the passing of the Marriage Act in 1836, by which all marriages cele- brated in licens...

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Priesthood (Catholic Church)

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...ies on the Hierarchy of the Catholic Church ... ...e Hierarchy of the Catholic Church ... ... Saint Peter Catholic Church Hierarchy Titles ... ... Peter Catholic Church Hierarchy Titles ... ... Index of religious honorifics and titles Catholicism portal ... ... The ministerial orders of the Roman Catholic Church are those of bishop, presbyter (more commonly called priest in Engli... ...rived at different disciplines as to abstaining from sexual contact during marriage. In the East, candidates for the Priesthood could be married with ... ...rived at different disciplines as to abstaining from sexual contact during marriage. In the East, candidates for the Priesthood could be married with ...

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The Eve of Catholic Emancipation : Being the History of the English Catholics during the First Thirty Years of the Nineteenth Century : Volume 3

By: Ward, Bernard Nicolas, 1857-1920

... Collection World Public Library.org EMANCIPATION Title: THE EVE OF CATHOLIC EMANCIPATION Author: MONSIGNOR BERNARD WARD Language: English ... ...... ...umerous Portraits and other Illustrations. 2 vols. 8vo, 255. net. THE EVE OF CATHOLIC EMANCIPATION, being the History of the English Catholics during ... ...s Daniel Rock, the great archaeologist, author of such standard works as The Church of Our Fathers^ Hierurgia, St. Osmund's Rite> etc. The students se... ...e of not having been inhabited for nearly the space of a generation. The old church of the Holy Trinity, which had formed part of the ancient hospice ... ...t the performance in the afternoon was the most splendid. It was held in the church of St. Ignatius. Car- dinal Zurla sat on the throne, facing the di... ...had received from the King. In their opinion, she was his true wife, and his marriage with the Queen had been invalid from the beginning. Queen Caroli... ...gh there was some chance of the long-standing grievance of the illegality of marriages celebrated in a Catholic church being remedied. The whole quest... ...es celebrated in a Catholic church being remedied. The whole question of the Marriage Laws was before Parlia- ment, and the moment seemed opportune to...

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Spiritual marriage

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...d a woman for reasons of spiritual and emotional intimacy and connection. Catholicism A feature of Catholic spiritual marriage, or Josephite marriag... ...nal intimacy and connection. Catholicism A feature of Catholic spiritual marriage, or Josephite marriage, is that the agreement to abstain from sex ... ...ting from impotence or the views of one party. In senses beyond spiritual marriage, chastity is a key concept of Church doctrine that demands celibac... ... party. In senses beyond spiritual marriage, chastity is a key concept of Church doctrine that demands celibacy of priests, monks, nuns and certain o... ...emands celibacy of priests, monks, nuns and certain other officials in the Church. The doctrine established a "spiritual marriage" of church officials... ...rtain other officials in the Church. The doctrine established a "spiritual marriage" of church officials to their church; in order to better serve God... ...e doctrine established a "spiritual marriage" of church officials to their church; in order to better serve God, one had to disavow the demands and te...

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Pastoral Ministries and Teachings: Delivered in the Catholic Apostolic Church, Canning Street, Liverpool

By: Catholic Apostolic Church

...ren as may be interested in the matter, something of what is taught in the Catholic Apostolic Church. W. T. LIVERPOOL. CONTENTS. PAOK. THE LAW AND TH... ...ested in the matter, something of what is taught in the Catholic Apostolic Church. W. T. LIVERPOOL. CONTENTS. PAOK. THE LAW AND THE TESTIMONY THK CHI... ...e declaration of His great purpose con cerning His Son, and concerning the Church, which is the Body of His Son the fulness of Him who filleth all in ... ... Christ is the Truth ; and the Truth is to be in us, as it was in Him. The Church, His mystical Body, is to contain the living truth, even as the Bibl... ...re twain, but one flesh." Such is the nature, and the reality, of the marriage rite. It is a great mystery ; for the two persons are not merely d... ...idence, to have placed over them a father or a mother, constituted such by marriage with their own immediate Parent. Such father or mother has, by God... ...the benefit. We have taken, and we do take, of the good they have, whether Catholics or Protestants, and we bless them for it. The least grace, wherev... .... Furthermore. As the truth which God has taught us is in itself large and catholic, those who hear us speak may at times compliment us on our liberal...

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Proxy marriage

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...A proxy wedding or ( proxy marriage ) is a wedding in which the bride or groom (or both) is not ... ...nother person. If both partners are absent a double proxy wedding occurs. Marriage by proxy is usually resorted to either when a couple wish to marry... ...ng in most jurisdiction s: both bride and groom must be present. A proxy marriage contracted elsewhere may be recognised where proxy marriage within... ...h the consulate of Paraguay in Tel Aviv are recognized by Israeli law. Catholic Church Catholic Canon Law permits marriage by proxy. Operation ... ...sulate of Paraguay in Tel Aviv are recognized by Israeli law. Catholic Church Catholic Canon Law permits marriage by proxy. Operation ‘I Do’: M...

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To the Catholics of England

By: Catholic Committee (London, England)

...I1V3-J0'^ ^TilJDNVSOl^''^ '-/ifl^AiNilJkW- ''>(iOJilVj \INn-3WV' To THE CATHOLICS of England. MY LORDS AND GENTLEMEN. I, W- E have the honor to lay... ...inl of the principal Circumflatica atUndiitgmr attempt, t» procure far the CATHOLICS OF ENGLAND an Exemption from the Laius, enaHed in this Kingdom ag... ... Mr. Pitt, Hating briefly, the Grievances, under which the Body ofEn^liili Catholics labour, and the principal Grounds, upon which they claim Relief. ... ...Perfons, Catholics, Protcftant Dillenters, and Perfons of the cftabliflied Church. All of them were then applying to the Legiflature for Relief againf... ...of that Bill was to give relief to the Nonconff^rmills of the Eftabliflied Church : but in its ronfequenccs it would liberate Perfons of e\cry Defcri'... ...to Catholics, to Proirftant DiiTenters, and to Members of the Eilabliflied Church ; but as there is a prejudice againll Catholics, which does not lie,... ...e the Second, intituled " An Aft " fcr the betterpreventing of Clandeftine Marriages" or any parts ofany other Statute concerning Marriages ; or to gi...

...; Known as the First blue book, from the color of the original wrappers. See Ward, B. Dawn of the Catholic revival in England. London, 1909 ; Dated on p. 8: London. 25th. November, 1789 ; Pages [1] and [3] at end blank ; Page [2] at end contains additions to the text....

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Clerical marriage

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...o be confused with that of allowing married persons to become clergy. Clerical marriage is admitted in Protestantism, Anglicanism, Independent Cath... ...y. Clerical marriage is admitted in Protestantism, Anglicanism, Independent Catholic Churches, Judaism, Islam, and the Japanese sects of Buddh... ...al marriage is admitted in Protestantism, Anglicanism, Independent Catholic Churches, Judaism, Islam, and the Japanese sects of Buddhism . The... ...Churches, Judaism, Islam, and the Japanese sects of Buddhism . The Roman Catholic Church, while allowing married men to be ordained (only except... ... Judaism, Islam, and the Japanese sects of Buddhism . The Roman Catholic Church, while allowing married men to be ordained (only exceptionally i... ...ed (only exceptionally in its Western form but more commonly in the Eastern Catholic Churches ), also excludes clerical marriage. Marriage after or... ...exceptionally in its Western form but more commonly in the Eastern Catholic Churches ), also excludes clerical marriage. Marriage after ordination ... ... but more commonly in the Eastern Catholic Churches ), also excludes clerical marriage. Marriage after ordination is also excluded for priests of t... ...ractice Eastern parish clergy are usually married, but as stated below, their marriage must have occurred before ordination as a subdeacon ., Canons...

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The Catholics of Ireland under the Penal Laws in the Eighteenth Century

By: Moran, Patrick Francis, 1830-1911

... Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org Title: THE CATHOLIC OF IRELAND Author: CARDINAL MORAN Language: English Subject: Fi... ...... ...L MORAN ARCHBISHOP OF SYDNEY N CULL. CHRiSTI REGIS BIB, MAJ. TORONTON LONDON CATHOLIC TRUTH SOCIETY 69 SOUTHVVARK BRIDGE ROAD, S.E. 245 BROMPTON ROAD,... ...HE FIRST PAGE Advantages of recalling to mind the sufferings of the Catholic Church in Ireland under the Penal Laws These Laws were practically in for... ... ; nevertheless many were converted Protestants subjected to disabilities by marriage with Catholics Disabilities of Catholics regarding landed vi CO... ...anded vi CONTENTS PAGE property Curious law regarding the children of mixed marriages Dr. Young, Bishop of Limerick Catholics prohibited the use of f... ...e Mass in the ruins of the Rock of Cashel, and at St. Canice s, Aghabhoe Old churches at Lisburn and Struell Mud-wall chapel at Callan Priest s escape... ...pel at Callan Priest s escape through the gable wall of his chapel Parochial church of Nire, County Waterford The sound of the horn gives notice of Ma... ...was interdicted : Catholics were disqualified from the legal profession, and marriage of Protestants with Catholic wives was prohibited. By a special ...

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Forced marriage

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... married without his or her consent or against his or her will. A forced marriage differs from an arranged marriage, in which both parties consent ... ... spouse, although the difference between the two may be indistinct. Forced marriage is still practiced in parts of South Asia, East Asia and Afric... ...e West from these regions. Some scholars object to use of the term "forced marriage" because it invokes the consensual legitimating language of marria... ...ttp://www.bbc.co.uk/ethics/forcedmarriage/introduction_1.shtml The Roman Catholic Church deems forced marriage grounds for granting an annulment ... ....bbc.co.uk/ethics/forcedmarriage/introduction_1.shtml The Roman Catholic Church deems forced marriage grounds for granting an annulment — for a m...

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Ancient Catholic Homes of Scotland

By: Blundell, Odo

...Collection World Public Library.org HOMES OF SCOTLAND Title: ANCIENT CATHOLIC HOMES OF SCOTLAND Author: DOM. ODO BLUNDELL Language: English S... ...... ...TREET, LONDON, W. 1907 AUTHOR S PREFACE THE following short accounts of old Catholic homes in Scotland have been collected mostly from printed source... ...- dale. The present writer, while claiming a share Tii viii INTRODUCTION by marriage in this privilege, has also many early, happy recollections of s... ...s of later days that of Bishop Hay and the history of his great work for the Church and of his holy apostolic life will be read with deep interest. Aq... ...wer and Interior) ........ 7 From "The Book of Carlaverock." TYNET CHURCH (Exterior) 28 TYNET CHURCH (Interior) 30 PRESHOME CHURCH (Exterior... ...RESHOME CHURCH (Exterior) 32 The Benedictine Sisters, Princtthorpe. PRESHOME CHURCH (Interior) 34 BISHOP HAY 36 TERREGLES KIRK (Exterior) ..... 46 Mis... ...ced in his abilities. A strange misfortune befell him on the occasion of his marriage, for his uncle, James, Earl of CARLAVEROCK 9 Morton, prepared a... ...Sweetheart, or New Abbey, six miles from Dumfries. The circum stances of the marriage of the future Lord Herries with the heiress of that name were pe...

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Marriage and wedding customs in the Philippines

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...edral in the Philippines. Traditional marriage customs in the Philippines and Filipino wedding practices pertain ... ...ilippines and Filipino wedding practices pertain to the characteristics of marriage and wedding traditions established and adhered to by Filipino men ... ...s the Filipino word for "wedding",[1] while its root word – kasal – means "marriage".[2] The present-day character of marriages and weddings in the Ph... ...ippines were primarily influenced by the permutation of native, Christian, Catholic, Protestant, Chinese, Spanish,[1] and American models. ... ...ajority of current-day Filipino weddings became predominantly Christian or Catholic[4] in character, which is also because of the mostly Catholic popu... ...incumbent member of the judiciary; priest, rabbi, imam, or minister of any church or religious sect duly authorized by his church or religious sect an... ... a municipal council.[5] Some officiating ministers or churches require the couple to present a Certificate of No Marriage Record ... ... an hour earlier than the bride for the purpose of receiving guests at the church or venue. The groom could be waiting with his parents; the bride wil... ...ssembles to enter the church for the processional.[2] During the nuptials, Catholic and Aglipayan brides customarily bear an ornate, heirloom rosary a...

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The Catholic Doctrine of the Blessed Eucharist, Commonly Called the Lord's Supper : In a Sermon, Preached in the Court-House of Newton, Sussex County, December 2, 1821, And Now Published at the Request of the Catholics of the District

By: Bulger, Richard, Catholic Author

...Collection World Public Library.org THE BLESSED EUCHARIST Title: THE CATHOLIC DOCTRINE OF THE BLESSED EUCHARIST Author: RICHARD BULGER Languag... ...... ...ON, SUSSEX COUNTV, DECEMBER 2, 1821, AND NOW PUBLISHED AT THE REQUEST OF THE CATHOLICS OF THAT DISTRICT. BY THE REV. RICHARD BULGER, ROMAN CATHOLIC PR... ...rrounding objects produce quite the contrary effect. They go into a catholic church during the moments of this solemn sacrifice ; they hear the priest... ...follow a just apprehension of this divine mystery. The faith of the Catholic church then simply implies, that by the act of communion, we are spiritua... ... ? How will you answer to the Almighty for your conduct when you come into a church, and there, in a lazy listless manner, endeavour to kill an hour w... ...>f credit, that he changed wine into blood. Invited to an earthly 32 marriage, he wrought this miracle ; and shall we hesitate to confess that...

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Church Society

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... Griffith Thomas, Philip E. Hughes, Gerald Bray, Viscount Brentford Website ... ... Church Society is a conservative evangelical Anglican organisation, and registered charity,[1] formed in 1950 by the merger o... ...an Church Association (founded 1865) and National Church League[2] (founded 1906 by amalgamation of two earlier bodies).[3][4][5] ... ...urch Society was the Protestant Association[9] (founded 1835). The forebears of the Society were established in the 19th Century to oppose the introdu... ...nformation (including its Church Association Tracts[12]) and holding public meetings,[13] controversially, this also involved instigating legal action... ... In 1928 the National Church League, led by its treasurer William Joynson-Hicks[16] (Home Secretary), was successful in Parliament in resisting a... ...f Jeffrey John as Dean of St Albans.[34][35] In 2012 the Society, in conjunction with other organisations, campaigned against Government plans to impl... ... referenceThinking Anglicans ^ article, April 2004.Virtueonline ^ - Church Society web... ... ^ - Church Society website entryKeep Marriage Special 2012 ^ article, 23 June 2012. 'Ar...

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Circular of the Catholic Commissioner for Indian Missions to the Catholics of the United States : Vol. 3

By: Catholic Commissioner for Indian Missions; Ewing, Charles, 1835-1883

...ley Plymouth The Fish Dinner Witchcraft Endicott John Eliot Protestant and Catholic Indian Missions Burning of Eliot s book by Order of the Court Harv... ...de The meeting at Ports mouth The Kennebec treaty pp. 275-287 III. The new church The encroaching store-keepers Governor Shute The flag and the Bible ... ...ected as Superior. (2) It was he who rebuilt the dilapidated residence and church of Notre Dame des Anges. He established the first parish of Quebec, ... ...t Chalons-sur-Marne, in July, 1591, and when still a young man he became a Catholic in spite of the bitter opposition of his family. He entered the So... ...ndland on the i8th of May. The ice bergs glittering in the sun seemed like churches or rather like mountains of crystal. " You could not believe ... ...ous ideas, their superstitions, their belief in dreams, their dress, their marriage, their domestic habits, etc., are all carefully set down. While be... ...ile it was in the possession of the English. They quickly dissi pated what Catholic faith there was in him, and taught him everything evil. He soon be... ... the company, but that was not enough for his English friends; nor did his marriage with Mary Kirke avail to convince them of his trustworthiness. He ... ...al examples of God s judgments on the Indians who were unfaithful to their marriage relations, or who took to drink. The wife of Tall Charles, for in ...

Catholic Church ; Indians of North America -- Missions

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