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  • [T] he efforts of the Genoese Cardinal to repair relations between Rome and EcĂ´ne 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.

    Cardinal Siri and Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre

  • 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.

    Fr Lang on Beauty and the Liturgy

  • 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.

    Archive 2009-01-01

  • 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.

    Archive 2009-02-01

  • 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.

    Clarification

  • "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."

    CONFIRMED

  • 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.

    Fellay speaks: The talks begin in the autumn of 2009

  • The SSPX bishops and priests are suspended a divinis.

    CONFIRMED

  • 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....

    The singing of Psalms and the Divine Office

  • Vel propter ignorantium, quod bonis studiis non sit instructa mens ut debuit, aut divinis praeceptis exculta.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

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