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 páginas
 

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Boniface exercises his newly obtained supremacy His decree
64
6Tertullians extravagant praise of celibacy Consequences of such
70
11 Chrysostoms singular explanation of the parable of the ten virgins
75
Origin of Romish errors continued Worship of the Virgin Mary
81
Gregory Nazianzen quoted Symeon the pillar saint
89
93 Inquiry in Spain relative to the solicitation and seduction of females
93
93 Disputes with Eck at Leipsic on the popes primacy 460
94
31 Gregory Nazianzens invocations to his departed father and St Cyprian
97
38 Praying at the sepulchres of the saints Other superstitions
105
47 Instances of this conformity
113
117 Establishment of the Jubilee by Boniface VIII Inquiry on the
117
10 Processions of worshippers and selfwhippers
127
POPERY ADVANCING FROM THE ESTABLISHMENT OF
133
8 First instance of a pontiff requiring an oath of allegiance Bonifacé
140
Origin of kissing the Popes foot Pope Constantines visit to Constan
141
Pope John IV differs from his predecessor Honorius and anathema
147
Imageworship From the beginning of the great controversy
154
35Letter of pope Gregory III to Leo
160
38 Imageworship condemned by the council at Constantinople in 754
162
50 Succored by Pepin who forces the Lombards to yield up the exarchate
169
POPERY IN ITS GLORY THE WORLDS MIDNIGHT
181
10 Increase of festivals or saints days Feast of AllSaints
188
Charrea IIProofs of the darkness of this period continuedOrigin and final
192
20 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
29 Feast of the ass Original and translation of the ode sung by
213
36 These facts admitted by Romanists Baronius quoted
219
º creased Accounted for by the ignorance of the Scriptures
225
Description of the remains of Glastonbury Abbey
231
The life and reign of pope Hildebrand or Gregory VII
237
8 Gregory threatens the Emperor with excommunication
243
Life of Gregory VII continued Other instances of his tyranny
249
15Makes similar claims upon Corsica Sardinia Dalmatia and Russia
251
20 Pope Urban establishes the crusades at the council of Clermont in 1095
259
26 Wast quantities of pretended relics introduced from Palestine
265
33 Cardinal Crema the Popes legate in England detected in gross licen
271
Becket refuses to obey a summons to the Kings court He is tried
277
48 The Pope invites king Philip of France to invade and conquer Eng
288
Fredericks submission to pope Alexander III Leads the Popes horse
294
Lateran for exterminating these heretics
302
67 Innocents fierce letter to Raimond The Legate killed in a quarrel
308
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
96 Manner of its celebration in popish countries Spain Italy Vio
341
Defeat and death of Manfred and conquest of Sicily by Charles
347
Pope Bonifaces lordly arrogance Extract from the bull Unam
353
119 Indulgences dependent for all their importance on the fiction of Pur
357
124 Works of Supererogation
363
4 The Avignon Popes Saint Catherine
369
Council of Constance deposes the rival popes and elects Martin W
376
27His pious letters and presentiment of martyrdom
390
Jerome of Prague at the council of Constance His condemnation
407
49 Copies of the decrees of the council establishing the doctrine of
413
America discovered and given by a papal bull to the Spaniards
428
CHAPTER WI The ReformationLuther and Tetzel The reformers war against
436
80 Tetzel burns Luthers theses and the Wittemberg students burn his
447
Luther strikes at the throne of antiChrist The breach made
459
CHAPTER IXLuther at the Diet of Worms and in his Patmos at Wartburg
465
BOOK WII POPERY AT TRENT FROM THE OPENING SEssION OF
475
Fourth session continued Latin Vulgate exalted above the inspired
485
15Names of some authors prohibited Copy of a papal license granted
497
The Sacraments and the doctrine of Intention Baptism and Con
505
CHAPTER W Suspension of the Council in 1549 and resumption under pope
511
Confession declared necessary to salvation Bigotry and tyranny
521
42Twentyfirst session Decree on refusing the cup to the laity
527
Conclusion of the Council Acclamations of the Fathers
535
BOOK WIII POPERY DRUNK WITH THE BLOOD OF THE SAINTS
541
4 Popery unchangeable Charles Butler quoted Peter Dens teaches
548
Sufferings of the English protestants under Bloody Queen Mary
549
dying testimony and martyrdom
556
Last band of martyrs Death of Mary and joy of the people
562
Inhuman Persecutions of the Waldenses
579
ChapTER W Persecutions in France Massacre of St Bartholomew and Revo
586
Tolerating edict of Nantes in 1598 Revocation by Louis XIV
593
BOOK IXPOPERY IN ITS DOTAGE From the Revocation of
599
7 Revival of the order by pope Pius in 1814 Jesuits oath
605
10 11Still later persecutions Desubas in 1745 Rochette in 1762 607
607
12 Efforts of the French priests to revive the persecution so late as 1772
609
Raffaele Ciocci Popery still a wolf though in the skin of a lamb
610
2627 No Bibles allowed without popish notes Burning of Catholic testaments because without notes in South America
624
92The legate Charles Miltitz Luther reads the decretals and gradually
625
Popery as it now is Testimony of eyewitnesses Its modern pious frauds and pretended miracles 28 Unchanged in its grovelling superstitions and lying...
626
30 Parallel between Popery and modern Heathenism by Rev E Kincaid
627
Miracle of liquefying the blood of St Januarius 629
629
32 The holy house at Loretto Flight through the air from Nazareth holy porringer and all
630
Virgin Mary weeping The imposture detected
631
The miraculous medal of 1830 and its wonders
632
CHAPTER W Recent events Discontent in Italy Puseyism The holy coat and the priest Ronge Jesuits in Switzerland Statistics Conclusion 36 Spirit of l...
633
Puseyism in Oxford Pleasing to the Pope
634
3839 Movement in Germany Imposture of the Holy Coat at Treves in 1844 Fearless expostulation of John Ronge A new Church
635
4041 Recent proceedings of the Jesuits in Switzerland
639
Popish missions to the United States c Sums expended
641
43 Statistics of Popery in America
642
44 Designs of the Pope and his adherents in America
643
Statistics of Popery in Britain Maynooth college
644
47 Concluding remarks The Pope is antiChrist Authors who have believed this
646
48Probably some of Gods people in the Romish Babylon All exhorted to come out of her 6 47
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
10Proclamation of the Amnesty for Political Offenders
660
The Pope encourages Railroads dismisses Gregorys Police etc
661
Visit of the Peasant Guidi to the Pope
662
The Soldiers bad Bread
663
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
23Effects 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
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
Manifestoes of Pius IX
688
Proclamation of the Roman Republic
689
Exposure of the Horrors of the Roman Inquisition
691
34Effect of the Popes Expatriation upon the Catholic World
696
The Popes Appeal to foreign Powers
698
36The Appeal of the Roman Patriots to France and England
701
Response to the Popes Appeal Invasion of the French
703
The French beaten by the Romans
706
39French Treachery The Sunday Battle
707
Rome taken by the French
709
Rejoicings at Gaeta and the Popes Address to the Romans
710
42The Popes Entry into Rome
711
43Blow to the Papal Power in Sardinia The Siccardi Law
713
The Popes Address to his Cardinals
716
Condition of Rome since the Popes Restoration
721
The Bible in Rome and Italy
726
Imprisonment and Banishment of Count Guicciardini
729
48 Trial and Suffering of Francesco and Rosa Madiai for Biblereading
730
Earl Rodens Interview with Madiai Lord John Russells Letter
736
The Popes Concordat the Cause of these Persecutions
744
Second SUPPLEMENT commences
759
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
Priestly concubinage declared by Romanists a less crime than mar
841
Catholic Maryland not the Birthplace of Religious Liberty in America 849
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 OEcumenical Councils
899
ALPHABETICAL INDEx of Contents
925
Gloss ARy of Technical or Ecclesiastical Terms connected with Romanism
931

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Página 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?
Página 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.
Página 456 - Our soul is escaped as a bird out of the snare of the fowlers: the snare is broken, and we are escaped.
Página 294 - Thou shalt tread upon the lion and the adder: the young lion and the dragon shalt thou trample under feet.
Página 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.
Página 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.
Página 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.
Página 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.
Página 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.
Página 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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