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The Life and Times of Cardinal Wiseman [1802-1865], Volym 1
Wilfrid Philip Ward
Obegränsad förhandsgranskning - 1897
accepted action appeared Archbishop asked authority believe Bishop body called Canon Cardinal Wiseman Cardinal's carried Catholic Chapter Christian Church claim clergy Coadjutor College Congregation considered converts course DEAR devotion England English Errington existence expressed fact faith Father feeling give given Government hand heart Holy hope influence interest Italy later lecture less letter lives London look Lord matter mind movement nature never Newman once opinion Papacy party persons Pope position present priests principles Protestant question reason received regard religious remained represented respect result Roman Rome rule seemed sent speak spirit success things thought tion truth whole wish writes written wrote
Sida 530 - For as the rain comes down, and the snow from heaven, and do not return there, But water the earth, and make it bring forth and bud, That it may give seed to the sower And bread to the eater, So shall My word be that goes forth from My mouth; It shall not return to Me void, But it shall accomplish what I please, and it shall prosper in the thing for which I sent it.
Sida 62 - Catholics in England, found in corners, and alleys, and cellars, and the housetops, or in the recesses of the country; cut off from the populous world around them, and dimly seen, as if through a mist or in twilight, as ghosts flitting to and fro, by the high Protestants, the lords of the earth.
Sida 542 - Gibbon's work to me he made one remark which is worth recording. In earlier years he had spoken contemptuously of the Athanasian controversy, of the Christian world torn in pieces over a diphthong, and he would ring the changes in broad Annandale on the Homoousion and the Homoiousion. He told me now that he perceived Christianity itself to have been at stake. If the Arians had won, it would have dwindled away into a legend.
Sida 235 - Nos stulti propter Christum, vos autem prudentes in Christo. Nos infirmi, vos autem fortes. Vos nobiles, nos autem ignobiles.
Sida 589 - Child was, since (f) the passing of an Act passed in the Eighth Year of the Reign of Her present Majesty, intituled " An Act for the further Amendment of the Laws relating to the Poor in England...
Sida 587 - Whereas divers of Her Majesty's Roman Catholic Subjects have assumed to themselves the Titles of Archbishop and Bishops of a pretended Province, and of pretended Sees or Dioceses, within the United Kingdom, under colour of an alleged Authority given to them for that Purpose by certain Briefs, Rescripts, or Letters Apostolical from the See of Rome...
Sida 579 - ex animo" with an absolute internal assent and consent, that Protestantism is the dreariest of possible religions; that the thought of the Anglican service makes me shiver, and the thought of the Thirty-nine Articles makes me shudder. Return to the Church of England! No! "The net is broken and we are delivered.
Sida 588 - Church, the person so offending shall for every such offence forfeit and pay the sum of one hundred pounds...
Sida 61 - Each hour, as it comes, is but a testimony, how fleeting, yet how secure, how certain is the great whole. It is like an image on the waters, which is ever the same, though the waters ever flow. Change upon change — yet one change cries out to another, like the alternate Seraphim, in praise and in glory of their Maker.