How Marriage Became One Of The Sacraments

Author: Philip Reynolds
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1316790908
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Rather than focusing on a particular aspect of intellectual and institutional developments, this book examines them in depth and in detail from their ancient precedents to the Council of Trent.

Christian Marriage Today

Author: Klaus Demmer
Publisher: CUA Press
ISBN: 9780813208770
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The volume will be of interest to theologians as well as to catechists involved in the preparation of couples for the sacrament. Klaus Demmer begins the book with an overview of INTAMS.

First Things

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It supported celibacy by annulling unconsummated vows of marriage if one party
made a vow of chastity and by ... The medieval canon law of marriage was a
watershed in the history of Western law. ... the Council of Trent in 1563, codified
and refined this medieval law of marriage, making mandatory the earlier canon
that ... translations, rendered the underlying sacramental theology of marriage
clear and accessible to clergy and laity alike. ... Moreover, marriage was not a

The Layman In Christian History

Author: World Council of Churches. Dept. on the Laity
Publisher: Westminster John Knox Press
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A Project of the Department on the Laity of the World Council of Churches
Stephen Neill, Hans Ruedi Weber ... Henry II or Henry III had been very far from
submissive; nor in many respects were their successors in the later Middle Ages.
... and to deny that laymen themselves ministered the sacrament of marriage
would have been to abolish the sacrament, since it has ... As for marriage, law
and theology were only slowly emerging from a deep and ancient confusion, due
to the diverse ...

Harper S Weekly

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As he puts the case, the Roman Church both creates and docs away with
impediments to marriage. ... declaration made by the Council of Trent about the
indissolubility of marriage, history has shown, in both medieval and modern times
, ... thereto are deemed guilty of grievous sin, which, however, after due
repentance, is forgiven in the Sacrament of Penance. ... Church, the natural law,
either in its primary sense, or in its practical deductions, nullifies a marriage if
contracted with any of ...

Drama Criticism

Author: Linda Pavlovski
Publisher: Gale / Cengage Learning
ISBN: 9780787631413
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Thus, this favored system, though it took its remote origins in Medieval
spiritualism, acquired for Tirso strong ... Ines, suggests the phlegmatic Martin
finally lo an astounded Juan, then they can fix an appointment for a duel one
month hence. ... The theology of matrimony became a burning issue in Spain
after the final sessions of the Council of Trent (1563). While Catholics argued that
marriage was a sacrament that conferred grace, Luther and later Protestant
theologians rejected this.

Encyclopedia Of Christian Theology

Author: Jean-Yves Lacoste
ISBN: 9781579583323
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On the edge between theology* and canon* law, there were certain specific
cases encountered in the early Church* where a ... situations were clarified on
several levels: 1 ) The necessary conditions for the fulfillment of each
sacramental action were ... a minister recognized by the Church (see theology of
sacraments* and the debate between Augustine* and Donatism*), ... 4) Finally, at
the end of the Middle Ages and around the time of the Council of Trent*, theology
and canon law, ...

Religious And Theological Abstracts

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Examines NT passages dealing with baptism, including Acts of the Apostles,
Romans 6, 1 Corinthians, and Matthew 28 with a view to ... Wants to go back to
the history of the Christian relevation up to the time of the living Christ, before
Easter. ... from Augustine through the middle ages, was canonized in the 16th
century Council of Trent and subsequently repeated. ... that Christian marriage
may or may not be a sacrament - a visible sign pointing to an invisible grace - its
sacramentality ...

From Sacrament To Contract Second Edition

Author: John Witte Jr.
Publisher: Presbyterian Publishing Corp
ISBN: 1611641926
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This second edition updates and expands each chapter and the bibliography. It also includes three new chapters on classical, biblical, and patristic sources.