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licana perpetua Relic of the Popes of Rome gione custodita Decre- themselves, and the wbole ta de Autoritate Con- Church, and kept with ciliorum Generalium, perpetual Veneration by quæ Seff. 4.& 5. con- the Gallican Church, tinentur; nec probari fbou'd likewise Remain of a Gallicana Ecclesia, qui "Force and Unhaken. eorum Decretorum, Nor are they Approv'd quasi Dubiæ fint Auto- by the Gallican Churchi, ritatis, ac minus ap- who wou'd Infringe the probata, robur infrin. Strength of these Decrees, gant; aut ad folum as if they were of Doubtfub Schismatis tempusCon- Authority or less Authen. cilii dicta detorque- ticki, or who woud Wreft ant. ...
the Words of the Council ::: L . Pull only to the time of Schism.
III. Hinc Apostolicæ III. Hence the use of Potestatis usum Mo- the Apostolical Power derandum per Cano- is to be Moderated by the nes, Spiritu Dei Con- Canons, Framed by the ditos & totius Mundi Spirit of God, and ConReverentia confecratos fecrated by the Veneration Valere etiam Regulas, of the Whole World. And Mores & Instituta a likewise the Rules, CuRegno & Ecclesia Gal- stoms, and Institutions licana recepta, Patrum- which have been Receiv'd que terminos manere by the Kingdom and GalInconcussus; atque id lican Church are to be pertinere ad Amplitu. in Force, and the Bounds dinem Apoftolicæ fedis, of our fathers to Remain ur- Statoa & Consue. Unhaken; And that this tudines tantæ fedis, & is for the Eminence of
Ecclesiarum Consensi- the Apostolical See, that one firmatæ propriam the Statutes and Ufage of stabilitatem obtineant. fo Great a See, and Étta.
blish'd by the Consent of the Churches, bou'd ob
tain their proper Stability. 1. IV. In Fidei quoque . IV.The Pope likewise Questionibus præcipu- bas 'the Chief Part in as fummi Pontificis Questions concerning the esse Partes, ejusque Dé- Faith, and his Decrees creta ad omnes & fin- have Respect to All and gulas Ecclefias perti- Singular Churches : But nere, nec tamen Irre- Nevertheless his Judoformabile efse Judici- ment is not Irreformable, um, nisi Ecclefiæ Con- except the Consent of the sensus accesserit. Church go along with it.
Wherein the Chief Point, about the SUPREMACY
. Is Fully Discuss’d: In a DIALOGUE between a Roman
Catholick, and a Member of the Church of England.
· LONDON: Printed for George Straban, at the Golden Ball,
I against the Royal Exchange, 1718.
INTRODUCTION Page 1***SECTION 1.** of the Head of the Church in of seizing the Religious Houses .. . Ibid. Of the Reformation of the Church of England ib.
. SECTION II. Where the Spiritual Supremacy is placed . IL What Supremacy. the Pope claims
14 The Bishop's Datb to the Pope'. ' 16 What Authority a Bishop has at large 17 S, Augustine's, S. Jerom's, and S. Cyprian's Opinion concerning the Roman Supremacy '18
SECTION Ill. S. Peter's Supremacy not proved from S. John xxi.
15, 16, 17 What S. Gregory says for it S. Peter ftiled the Prince of the Apostles 31 Two Pallages of S. Cyprian considered 38 A Pallage quoted by Rufinus from Origen 41 The Sayings of some others of the Fathers conjac dered
SECTION IV. 43 Our Saviour's Promise in $. Matt. 16.17, &c. considered,
52 SECTION V.. Scotus's Testimony, and some others comfider'd 67 Rigalçius given up to