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  • Standing before the first step of the altar, he says a prayer, “Deus qui peccati veteris”, (added to this rite from an ancient sacramentary), keeping his hands closed.

    Compendium of the 1955 Holy Week Revisions of Pius XII: Part 4.1 - Mass of Presanctified, Good Friday, Mass of the Catechumens and the Solemn Prayers

  • Federico had written to Francesco Sforza, duke of Milan, that his eye and his son, Buonconte (d. 1458), had been taken by God as retribution for his own sins: "Io conosco che per li peccati miei el nostro Signore Dio me ha tolto un occhio et questio figliolo che era la vita mia et el contentamente mio et de i suditi miei" (Pernis and Adams, Montefeltro and Malatesta, 76).

    Architecture and Memory: The Renaissance Studioli of Federico da Montefeltro

  • The Council of Trent lays down the doctrine of the Church with great clearness, in the following words: This holy synod confesses that concupiscence of the fuel of sin fomes peccati remains in the baptized; but since it is left that they may strive against it, it cannot hurt those who give no consent, but resist manfully by the grace of Jesus Christ; nay, more, he who strives lawfully will be crowned.

    Archive 2009-03-22

  • The Council of Trent lays down the doctrine of the Church with great clearness, in the following words: This holy synod confesses that concupiscence of the fuel of sin fomes peccati remains in the baptized; but since it is left that they may strive against it, it cannot hurt those who give no consent, but resist manfully by the grace of Jesus Christ; nay, more, he who strives lawfully will be crowned.

    Concupiscence

  • "We are its slaves," qui facit peccatum, servus est peccati (Jn 8:34), and, as it is impossible to serve two masters at the same time (Mt 6:24), by living for sin we separate ourselves from God; we die to Him.

    Archive 2007-01-01

  • God (saith [6779] Fulgentius) is delighted in the conversion of a sinner, he sets no time; prolixitas temporis Deo non praejudicat, aut gravitas peccati, deferring of time or grievousness of sin, do not prejudicate his grace, things past and to come are all one to Him, as present: 'tis never too late to repent.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Si mors est retributio peccati ergo tam parvi quam magni pecccatum habent, cum nullus mortem evadere possit, etiam puer unius diei. back

    A Tender Age: Cultural Anxieties over the Child in the Twelfth and Thirteenth Centuries

  • Note 26: William, pp. 47 — 48: "Ex transgressione enim Ade complexio tota fuit debilitata et corrupta in pena peccati." back

    A Tender Age: Cultural Anxieties over the Child in the Twelfth and Thirteenth Centuries

  • An indirect power ratione peccati over the worldly rulers is exercised by the other princes of the Church:

    The Political Ideas of St. Thomas Aquinas

  • Cosa chiederà a Gomez per redimerlo dai suoi peccati?

    No Fat Clips!!! : DAVID MUNOZ – El despacho

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