Re-marriage after divorce, papers by sir W. Phillimore and J.W. Lea on the Report of a committee of the upper house of the Convocation of the province of Canterbury
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Strana 42 - Uphold us, cherish, and have power to make Our noisy years seem moments in the being Of the eternal Silence: truths that wake, To perish never; Which neither listlessness, nor mad endeavour, Nor Man nor Boy, Nor all that is at enmity with joy, Can utterly abolish or destroy!
Strana 22 - De his etiam requisivit dilectio tua, qui interveniente repudio alii se matrimonio copularunt, quos in utraque parte adulteros esse manifestum est. Qui vero vel uxore vivente, quamvis dissociatum videatur esse conjugium, ad aliam copulam festinarunt, neque possunt adulteri non videri...
Strana 36 - ... let a wife, dismissed from her husband, take another man, the former living ; nor an husband another woman ; but let them so remain, or be reconciled. 121. [123.] Augustin says. If a woman commit fornication she is to be relinquished, but another must not be taken so long as she lives. 122. [124.] A canon says. If a woman depart from her husband with a contempt of him, refusing to return and be reconciled to him, he may take another wife after five, or seven years, with the bishop's consent,...
Strana 15 - Now that the Scripture counsels marriage, and allows no release from the union, is expressly contained in the law, " Thou shalt not put away thy wife, except for the cause of fornication ; " and it regards as fornication, the marriage of those separated while the other is alive.
Strana 38 - ... it not that there were taken a certain sacrament of some greater matter from out this weak mortal state of men, so that, men deserting it, and seeking to dissolve it, it should remain unshaken for their punishment. Seeing that the compact of marriage is not done away by divorce intervening; so that they continue wedded persons one to another, even after separation; and commit adultery with those, with whom they shall be joined, even after their own divorce, either the woman with a man, or the...
Strana 36 - Cor- 10. As to matrimony: that none be allowed to any but what is lawful. Let none commit incest. Let no one relinquish his own wife, but for fornication, as the Gospel teaches. But if any shall have dismissed a wife to whom he has been lawfully married, let him not be coupled to another if he wish to be really a Christian, but remain as he 673.
Strana 10 - Dominum dicentem — non licet viro dimittere uxorem nisi ob causam fornicationis ; ac si dicat, ob hanc causam. Unde, si ducat alteram velut post mortem prioris, non retant.
Strana 21 - Ita manet inter viventes quiddam coniugale '), quod nee separatio , nec cum altero copulatio possit auFerre ; manet autem ad noxam criminis, non' ad vinculum foederis, sicut apostata anima velut de coniugio Christi recedens, etiam fide perdita Sacramentum fidei non amittit, quod lavacro regenerationis accepit.
Strana 41 - Church hath ever held that the hond of holy matrimony cannot be dissolved by any authority of man, teaching that " those whom God hath joined together no man may put asunder": We do solemnly admonish all members of this Church who are married that they do not contract another marriage, unless the former marriage hath been dissolved by death : And we do also admonish all Ministers that they do not solemnize such second marriages without sufficient proof that the former marriage hath been so dissolved.
Strana 8 - Si ea, quam catechumenus reliquit, duxerit maritum, potest ad fontem lavacri admitti. Hoc et circa feminas catechumenas erit observandum. Quod si fuerit fidelis, quae ducitur, ab eo qui uxorem inculpatam reliquit " et cum scierit ilium habere uxorem, quam sine causa reliquit, placuit, huic nee in finem dandam esse communionem.