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“[T] he efforts of the Genoese Cardinal to repair relations between Rome and Ecône remained alive and were greatest in subsequent years, after the suspension a divinis of Monsignor Lefebvre which occurred in 1976 due to the ordination of priests despite the prohibition imposed by the Vatican.”
“The Dominican theologians St. Albert the Great and St. Thomas Aquinas, although they do not count beauty among the transcendentals, make a similar discourse in their commentaries on the Treaty of Pseudo-Dionysius De divinis nominibus, where the universality of beauty emerges, whose first cause is God Himself.”
“On the question of the present canonical status of the four bishops, Ferrara argues that it was only ever Archbishop Lefevbre who was suspended a divinis and that the only penalty imposed on the four bishops was excommunication.”
“Benedict XVI wants for as soon as possible the return to the Church of the 500 ultra-Traditionalist priests suspended "a divinis" and of their 60 thousand sic faithful scattered in the 159 priories and 725 religious centers throughout the world.”
“Well, I already knew that, and I already knew he was suspended a divinis as a consequence for he does, contrary to your above assertion, have a canonical status from which he can be suspended.”
“Come talk to us you SSPX members who are under a continuing state of suspension a divinis and we will see what you have to say in your defense.”
“It came to a stunning pinnacle when the Society had its clerics suspended a divinis in 1974, a suspension which is cited even today by the Society's critics.”
“The SSPX bishops and priests are suspended a divinis.”
“St Bernard of Clairvaux, Sermo 47 in Cantica Canticorum, PL 183, wrote: Pure vero vos moneo divinis officiis interesse, ut nil aliud dum psallitis, quam quod psallitis cogitetis....”
“Vel propter ignorantium, quod bonis studiis non sit instructa mens ut debuit, aut divinis praeceptis exculta.”
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