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- n. Plural form of Paulianist.
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Reply Obj. 3: The Paulianists and Cataphrygians used not to baptize in the name of the Trinity.
Obj. 3: Further, it was decreed in the Council of Nicaea (Can. xix) that if "any of the Paulianists or Cataphrygians should be converted to the Catholic Church, they were to be baptized": and this seemingly should be said in regard to other heretics.
The Council of Nicæa declared the baptism conferred by the Paulianists to be invalid.
Paulianists, and was consequently degraded from his office.
Concerning the Paulianists, however, who subsequently took refuge in the catholic Church, a definition has been promulgated that they be baptized without fail.
Concerning those who belonged to the sect of the Paulianists, and who subsequently took refuge in the catholic Church, a definition has been promulgated that they be rebaptized without fail.
Quiricus, says: "Those heretics who are not baptized in the name of the Trinity, such as the Bonosians and Cataphrygians" (who were of the same mind as the Paulianists), "since the former believe not that