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  • n. Plural form of excommunication.


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  • The Motu Proprio of 2007 and the lifting of the so-called excommunications were the first steps.

    Archive 2009-06-01

  • At last Boniface bowed to submission, surrendered the points at issue, recalled his excommunications, and was suffered to return.

    Stray Studies from England and Italy

  • Remember: The lifting of the excommunications was a necessary step on the way to something better.

    Canterbury Tales by Taylor Marshall

  • Of course, lifting the excommunications was a first step; it does not regularize these bishops or the Society of St. Pius X, but it opens the way for a dialogue.

    Deborah Gyapong

  • The lifting of the excommunications is the first step toward the full reconciliation of the schismatic SSPX with the Holy See, but it is also the result of over 20 years of consideration and negotiation.

    About.com Catholicism

  • The disagreement as to whether the original "excommunications" of the bishops of SSPX were valid is for Rome to decide not the episcopacy, not individual priests and not for semi-informed laymen. what needs to happen now is the acrimony, bile and abuse of members of the Society of St. Pius 10th needs to stop now, RIGHT NOW. They need to be re-incardinated asap.

    The validity of the original SSPX excommunications...

  • When they hate your reforms i.e., the lifting of the "excommunications;" the restoration of the Traditional Latin Mass; etc, it is a sign you are faithful to your principles.

    Nazi apologist who was welcomed back by Benedict apologizes for Holocaust comments | RELIGION Blog | dallasnews.com

  • His Holiness lifts the "excommunications" against the Bishops of the SSPX

    The Lair of the Catholic Cavemen

  • No doubt some Conciliarists in Rome are hoping that the Decree will serve to draw the SSPX back into the fold of Vatican II, but the Decree itself, as it stands, commits the Society to nothing more than to entering into those discussions to which the Society committed itself in 2000 when it proposed the liberation of the Mass and the ending of the "excommunications" as preconditions in the first place.

    3rd blog from the right

  • Believe what you will, pray what you will, but your "excommunications" don't scare me. lra364 ps Walter,

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