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  • In 1290 he renewed the condemnation of the sect known as the Apostolici (q. v.).

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 11: New Mexico-Philip

  • In the mandates through which they communicated to their flocks the Bull "Apostolici" they did not hesitate expressly to maintain the distinction between fact and right.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 8: Infamy-Lapparent

  • "Apostolici" denied purgatory and the utility of prayers for the departed.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 12: Philip II-Reuss

  • 'Apostolici' are those who with extreme arrogance have given themselves that name, because they do not admit into their communion persons who are married or possess anything of their own, such as both monks and clerics who in considerable number are to be found in the Catholic Church. "

    Summa Theologica, Part II-II (Secunda Secundae) Translated by Fathers of the English Dominican Province

  • Catholic Doctrine: (i) All men are equal in that all come from the hand of the same Creator, all have been redeemed by Jesus Christ, and all will be judged, rewarded or punished by God according to the exact measure of their merits and demerits. (cf encyclical Quod Apostolici muneris (Pope Leo XIII), Dec. 28, 1878).

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  • Catholic Doctrine: (i) All men are equal in that all come from the hand of the same Creator, all have been redeemed by Jesus Christ, and all will be judged, rewarded or punished by God according to the exact measure of their merits and demerits. (cf encyclical Quod Apostolici muneris (Pope Leo XIII), Dec. 28, 1878).

    Forerunners of the French Revolution, Part 3b

  • Augustine says: “The ‘Apostolici’ are those who with extreme arrogance have given themselves that name, because they do not admit into their communion persons who are married or possess anything of their own, such as both monks and clerics who in considerable number are to be found in the Catholic Church.”

    The Political Ideas of St. Thomas Aquinas

  • To neutralize the risk that these philosophical positions would lead to heterodox beliefs, a decree of the Fifth Lateran Council (Apostolici regiminis, 1513) had made the immortality of the soul a dogma of the Church and had commanded all university professors of philosophy, when lecturing on doctrines that deviated from it, to make every effort to teach the truth of the Christian religion and to refute any philosophical arguments that challenged it.

    Pietro Pomponazzi

  • Apostolici, by Jacobson (Oxford, 1840), with a critical text and rich prolegomena and annotations, cannot be dispensed with by any Patristic inquirer.

    ANF01. The Apostolic Fathers with Justin Martyr and Irenaeus

  • "Patres Apostolici", which contains all the letters, both genuine and spurious, in Greek and Latin versions.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 7: Gregory XII-Infallability

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