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  • Concede nobis, omnipotens Deus, ut beati David, Confessoris tui atque Pontificis, pia intercessio nos protegat, et dum eius solemnia celebramus, in catholica tuenda fide firmitatem imitemur.

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  • The desire of Paul to go to Rome highlights above all, as we have seen, the word "catholica" "catholic" among the characteristics of the Church.

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  • The stated objective: "to create the unity of the 'catholica', of the Church formed from Jews and pagans, of the Church of all peoples"

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  • Note 150: For the Council of Basel in 1433, Nicholas of Cusa offered a proposal for harmonizing the Church and empire, the De concordantia catholica.

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  • There he wrote De concordantia catholica (1433), arguing for the authority of the council over that of the pope and stressing the notion of consent.

    Cusanus, Nicolaus [Nicolas of Cusa]

  • St. Peter's journey to Rome, as representative of the peoples of the world, is above all associated with the word "una" "one": he has the task of creating the "unity" of the "catholica," of the Church made up of Jews and pagans, the Church of all peoples.

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  • The first two sentences are thus, at the very least, doctrina catholica, which Catholics must accept with a religious submission of will and intellect.

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  • Note 14: Alan of Lille, De fide catholica contra haereticos sui temporis (written 1190 — 1202), PL 210.307, 345 — 51, bk. 1, chaps.

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  • Qui autem cognoscere volunt quid catholica et apostolica ecclesia de investitura senserit, quid docuerit, quid iudicaverit et constituerit, legat in primo capitulo illius concilii quod temporibus

    Hamilton: "A Liturgy of Reform"

  • -- "Haeresis catholica, et haeresis sanctissima," Constant.

    The Sermons of John Owen

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