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Advócates and notaries not to give advice to heretics

Innocent III. 14

Decree offourth Council of Lateram for the extermination of

heretics - - Innocent III. 14

General excommunication of all heretics Gregory IX. 16

„ Persons absolved from oath of allegiance to heretics

Gregory IX. 16

MAGNUM BULLARIUM RoMANUM.

Confirmation of the Emperor Frederick II.'s laws for the ex-

tirpation of heretics, by Pope Honorius III.'s bull , 17

An. 1248. Bull of Pope Innocent IV. to the same effect 18

An. 1243. Bull of Pope Innocent IV. for a crusade against

heretics - - - - . 19

An. 1254. Bull of Pope Alexander IV. appointing inquisi-

tors - - - - . 21

An. 1262. Bull of Pope Urban IV. instructing the inquisitors

to exterminate the “ vulpeculæ,” or heretics . 21

An. 1265. Bull of Pope Clement IV. confirming the consti-

' tutions of Pope Innocent IV. against heretics . 22

An. 1278. Bull of Pope Nicolas III. excommunicating here-

tics, and handing them over to the secular arm . 23

An. 1317. Bull of Pope John XXII. for the extermination of

the ememies of the orthodox faith - . 23

Am. 1391. Bull Qf Pope Boniface IX. confirming the exter-
minating laws of Frederick II. . - . 24

An. 1418. Bull of Pope Martim W. condemning the errors and

followers of Wickliff, Huss and Jeromé of Prague . 24

An. 1486. Bull of Pope Innocent VIII. for pumishiment of

heretics - - - - . 27

An. 1511. Bull of Pope Julius II. anathematizing heretics . 28

An. 1520. Bull of Pope Leo X. condemning, among other

errors of Martim Luther, his assertion that the burning

ofheretics was contrary to the will of the Holy Spirit 29

An. 1528. Bull of Pope Clement VII. for the punishimenit of

heretics - - - - . 29

An. 1536. Pope Paul III.'s Bull in Coena Domini . 30

An. 1550. Bull of Pope Julius III. against those who opposed

the inquisitors - - - . 38

An. 1559. Bull of Pope Paul IV. calling into exercise all

the persecuting decrees, acts of Councils, and bulls

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THE SACRED CoUNCILs BY LABBAEUs AND CossARTIUs.

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— An. 1408. Council of Oxford decrees that heretics are to be
burned alive • - - -

---Am. 1418. The Council of Constance decrees that heretics

are to be burned alive - - -

An. 1415. Sentence of the Council of Constance against

John Huss - - . -

An. 1415. Decree ofCouncil of Constance that safe conducts

are not to be observed with heretics - -

An. 1416. Sentence of Council of Constance against Jerome

of Prague . - . - -

Am. 1418. Bull issued by Pope Martim V. in Coumcil of
Constance against the errors of Wicliff and Huss .

Am. 1520. Pope Leo X. in his bull against Luther calls the

eaeterminating constitutions of the German Emperors

laudable - - . - -

- An. 1527. The Council of Sienna, or Paris, which exhorted

Christiam princes to eaeterminate heretics . -

— An. 1718. Extract from the bull Unigenitus - .

The Prayer in the Roman Breviary to S. Thomas Aquinas

— Thomas Aquinas decides that relapsed heretics are t6 be put

to death - - - -

Dominus Dens' definition of heresy and heretics

— D. Dens—baptized heretics are siibject to the Church

D. Dems decides that the rites' of heretics are mot to

be tolerated - . • -

D. Dens shews that heretics ought to be compelled to adopt

the true faith - - - -

* D. Dens affirms that heretics are justly punished by death .

, Dr. Delahogue asserts that the Church retains her juris-
dictiom ower heretics - - -

+ Bzovius' account of the persecutions of the Albigenses in

the 18th century • - - -

His account of the órigin of the Inquisition in the form

which it assumed under St. Dominick - -

* The sum total of the penalties inflicted by the Spanish in-

quisition - - • - -

4 Sismondi's account of the persecutions in France in the time
of Francis I. • - - -

• Destruction of a colony of the Vaudois in the South of

France in the time of Francis I. - -

• - Thuanus records the decree emacted for the destruction of the
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FoURTH CENTURY.

St. Salvian says that the Romans in Aquitaine were worse

than the barbarians - - -

St. Basil describes the Church as being in a state of un-

;£ble disorder and confusión through the Arian
eres - - - - -

He laments íe absence of love among the brethren -

He says that not a trace of their former peace remains among

Christians . - - - -

Basil says that hardly any part of the world has escaped the

conflagration of heresy . - - -

Jerome laments the depravity of his age - -

Cyril of Jerusalem says that the Church is full of concealed

heretics . - - - -

Vincentius Lirinensis states that the Arian heresy had con-
taminated almost the whole world - -
An ancient writer of the 4th Century states that one time the
heretics possessed all the churches

Sulpicius Severus laments the general corruption

Augustine says that the wheat groans among the tares

Baronius speaks of the miserable state of the Church

Liberius, bishop of Rome, subscribed the Arian heresy

At the election of Pope Damasus at Rome, the people
fought and many were killed in the church -
Baronius says that in the year 371 the Eastern Church
was in such a state, that if God had not. left a seed,
it would have been like Sodom and Gomorrha -

Letter of Meletius, in Baronius, wherein he states that in

the East the greatest blasphemers are elected to be

bishops • - • • -

St. Gregory Nazianzen (or, Theologus) derides the pride of

the bishops . - - -

He complains that all sorts of ungodly people are admitted

into the clerical office . - - -

He complains that he has to contend with heretical and

wicked pastors - - • -

He eulogises and describes theawful famaticism ofthe monks

Jerome's account of his own famaticism and its fruitlessness

Mosheim's description of the famaticism of this age

EIFTH CENTURY.

Baronius depicts the turbulent state of the Roman Church

in the year 440 • - -

Baronius relates the innumerable evils which occurred at

Rome at the election of Laurentius, An. D. 498

See what St. Salvian, who lived an. 483, says of the general
corruption of this century, to which his description
properly applies . - - -
Fanaticism ofthe fifth Century—Abbe Fleuri

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