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Dominici Gregis and the decree Lamentabili Sane Exitu of the Curia’s Holy Office. In order to ensure enforcement, the priest-scholar Umberto Benigni organized. Lamentabili Sane. 1K likes. With truly lamentable results, our age, casting aside all restraint in its search for the ultimate causes of things. PASCENDI DOMINICI GREGIS. ENCYCLICAL OF POPE PIUS X ON THE DOCTRINES OF THE MODERNISTS. To the Patriarchs, Primates, Archbishops.

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Lamentabili Sane

It becomes necessary, therefore, to eliminate lamenntabili the accretions which faith has added, to assign them to faith itself and to the history of faith: In his Epistle Ch. The dogmas brim over with flagrant contradictions, but what matter that since, apart from the fact that vital logic accepts them, they are not repugnant to symbolical truth.

We shall soon lamentabjli clearly what, according to this most absurd teaching, must be held touching the most sacred Person of Christ, what concerning the mysteries of His life and death, and of His Resurrection and Ascension into heaven. It is impossible that Matrimony could have become a Sacrament of the new law until later in the Church since it was necessary that a full theological explication of the doctrine of grace and the Sacraments should first take lamentabill before Matrimony should be held as a Sacrament.

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It must be certainly on one of these two: That Lmaentabili make no delay in this matter is rendered necessary especially by the fact that the partisans of error are to be sought not only among the Church’s open enemies; they lie hid, a thing to be deeply deplored and feared, in her very bosom and heart, and are the more mischievous, the less conspicuously they appear.

It is therefore the right of philosophy and of science to form conclusions concerning the idea of God, to direct lanentabili in its evolution and to purify it of any extraneous elements which may become confused with it. God does indeed speak in these books – through the medium of the believer, but only, according to Modernistic theology, by vital lzmentabili and permanence.

While they make a show of bowing their heads, their hands and minds are more intent than ever on carrying out their lamentabuli.

The organic constitution of the Church is not immutable. In many narrations the Evangelists recorded, not so much things that are true, as things which, even though false, they judged to be more profitable for their readers. In reality, however, he is only a distinguished witness of the Christian life, or of the life of Christ in the Church at the close of the first century.


Pascendi Dominici Gregis (September 8, ) | PIUS X

Truth to tell it is only the moderate Modernists who make this appeal to an exigency for the Catholic religion. Retrieved from ” https: Christ did not teach a determined body of doctrine applicable to all times and all men, but rather inaugurated a religious movement adapted or to be adapted to different times and places. The assent of faith ultimately rests on a mass of probabilities.

Second Lateran Council — A. Having laid down this law of evolution, the Modernists themselves teach us how it works out. The clergy are asked to return to their ancient lowliness and poverty, and in their ideas and action to be guided by the principles of Modernism; and there are some who, echoing the teaching of their Protestant masters, would like the suppression of ecclesiastical celibacy.

Hence we have that distinction, so current among the Modernists, between the Christ of history and the Christ of faith, between the sacraments of history and the sacraments of faith, and so on. The fact that many Catholic writers also go beyond the limits determined by the Fathers and the Church herself is extremely regrettable. Other Modernists like George Tyrrell were targeted only indirectly.

The penalty of refusal is disaster. Want to be automatically notified of new documents? Through successive evolutions it became first Pauline, then Joannine, finally Hellenic and universal. For the progress of faith no other causes are to be assigned than those which are adduced to explain its origin. Consequently, the formulae too, which we call dogmas, must be subject to these vicissitudes, and are, therefore, liable to change.

It was far from the mind of Christ to found a Church as a society which would continue on earth for a long course. The second introductory essay by Losito examines antimodernist activity in France and its links to the Vatican before focusing on de Langogne, who made use of this criticism in his drafts. The traces of this evolution, they tell us, are so visible in the books that one might almost write a history of them.

We therefore, Venerable Brethren, have determined to adopt at once the most efficacious measures in Our power, and We beg and conjure you to see to it that in this most grave matter nobody will ever be able to say that you have been in the slightest degree wanting in vigilance, zeal or firmness.

It is a dogma which the Christian conscience has derived from the notion of the Messias. We believe, then, that We have set forth with sufficient clearness the historical method of the Modernists. And as history receives its conclusions, ready-made, from philosophy, so too criticism takes its own from history. Still it is to be held that both Church and Sacraments have been founded mediately by Christ. Next we find that the human element itself, which the historian has to work on, as it appears in the documents, has been by faith transfigured, that is to say raised above its historical conditions.


In MagnaDec. The elders who fulfilled the office of watching over the gatherings of the faithful were instituted by the Apostles as priests or bishops to provide for the necessary ordering of the increasing communities and not properly for the perpetuation of the Apostolic mission and power.

But you know, Venerable Brethren, how fruitless has been Our action. And yet the truth is that their history and their criticism are saturated with their philosophy, and that their historico-critical conclusions are the natural fruit of their philosophical principles.

And to Pantheism that other doctrine of the divine immanence leads directly. Under their own names and under pseudonyms they publish numbers of books, newspapers, reviews, and sometimes one and the same writer adopts a variety of pseudonyms to trap the incautious reader into believing in a whole multitude of Modernist writers – in short they leave nothing untried, in action, discourses, writings, as though there were a frenzy of propaganda upon them.

It is permissible to grant that the Christ of history is far inferior to the Christ Who is the object of faith. Then the philosopher must come in again to impose on the historian the obligation of following in all his studies the precepts and laws of evolution.

As for the others, who might be called intergraliststhey would show to the non-believer, hidden away in the very depths of his being, the very germ which Christ Himself bore in His conscience, and which He bequeathed to the world.

Not everything Paul narrates concerning the institution of the Eucharist 1 Corinthians It differs from the first in much the same way as the private experience differs from the experience transmitted by tradition. By it every avenue that leads the intellect to God is barred, but the Modernists would seek to open others available for sentiment and action. Absolutely nothing beyond a certain intensity and a proportionate deepening of the conviction of the reality of the object.