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CHRYSOSTOM's interpretation of “ Jacob worshipped the
top of his staff”

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INVOCATION, VENERATION, AND WORSHIP OF

SAINTS AND ANGELS.
ATHANASIUS

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ORIGEN

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THEODORET

161
COUNCIL OF LAODICEA

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GREGORY NYSSEN

162
EPIPHANIUS

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CHRYSOSTOM

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CHRIST THE ANGEL GREAT IN COUNSEL.
CHRYSOSTOM

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JEROME

180
BASIL

184
The angel whose blessing Jacob invoked was God

Chrysostom 178
The angel who wrestled with Jacob was Christ

Clemens Alexandrinus 185
The angel who appeared in the bush was God Hilarius 184
The angel speaking in Zacharias was Christ

Cyril of Alexandria 180
Abraham thought that the angels were men Chrysostom 179
Lot mistook the angels for travellers Chrysostom 179
AUGUSTINE
Christ our only intercessor

181
The Virgin Mary more blessed by faith than by her
maternity

182
A false extract from Augustine in the Breviary 183
The seven graces of the one Holy Spirit

186
GREGORY NAZIANZEN

187
THE JUDICIAL POWER OF THE PRIESTS TO

FORGIVE SINS.
AUGUSTINE

187
JEROME
CYRIL OF ALEXANDRIA

189
CLEMENS ALEXANDRINUS

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AMBROSE

190
BASIL

190
CYPRIAN

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HILARY

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GREGORY THE GREAT

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OPTATUS

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TERTULLIAN's account of penance

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CHRYSOSTOM_God only can forgive sins

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The priest forgives sins

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PURGATORY.
CYRIL OF ALEXANDRIA

197-8-9 CYRIL OF JERUSALEM

200 JUSTIN MARTYR

200 GREGORY NYSSEN

201 TERTULLIAN

201 CYPRIAN

202 HILARY

202 LACTANTIUS

202 AUGUSTINE-Purgatory not an article of faith, and an anti-Romish exposition of 1 Cor. iii. 13..

202 Anti-Romish interpretation of 1 Pet. iii. 8.

203 JEROME. - Anti-Romish exposition of " Till he pay the last farthing"

205 CHRYSOSTOM.- anti-Romish exposition of “To be saved so as by fire"

206 Anti-Romish exposition of “ Are ye baptized for the dead?

206 BASIL. –The fire was to be in the day of the Lord 207 CHRYSOSTOM.-The dead were mentioned at the eucharist in the way of thanksgiving

207 THE CANON OF SCRIPTURE. JEROME

209 ATHANASIUS

210 ORIGEN

211 The COUNCIL OF LAODICEÅ

213 PRAYERS IN AN UNKNOWN TONGUE. AUGUSTINE

213 CHRYSOSTOM

214 ORIGEN

214 BASIL

215 ROME THE APOCALYPTIC BABYLON. JEROME

215 TERTULLIAN

216 BELLARMINE AND Dr. DELAHOGUE

216 THE ANCIENT TRADITION OF FAITH. IRENÆUS

217 TERTULLIAN

219 THE ANCIENT CEREMONIAL TRADITIONS. TERTULLIAN

220 BASIL

221 The Creed of the First Council of Nice

222 The Decree of the Council of Nice on the Creed

224 The addition made to the Nicene Creed by the First Council of Constantinople-a note

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JUSTIFICATION BY FAITH AND SALVATION BY

GRACE. AUGUSTINE

225-238 JEROME

238 CHRYSOSTOM

241 CYRIL OF ALEXANDRIA

254 CLEMENS ROMANUS

265 AMBROSE

266 HILARY

266 TERTULLIAN

267 BASIL

267 THEODORET

269 JUSTIN MARTYR

270 CLEMENS ALEXANDRINUS

270 GREGORY NAZIANZEN

271 POPE GREGORY THE GREAT

271 THE SCRIPTURES. AUGUSTINE

272 General Councils not infallible

272 The Church to be proved by the Scriptures

273 CHRYSOSTOM

275 The duty of reading all the Scriptures

275 He who does not enter the sheepfold by the Scriptures is a thief

281 Ignorance of the Scriptures, the origin of all error 283 Nothing can excuse the not reading of the Scrip

tures, the Holy Spirit will interpret them 290 The case of the Eunuch and Philip

297 The people every where read the Scriptures

299 “ Search the Scriptures”

299 JEROME The advantage of reading the Scriptures

300 Christ is the interpreter of the Scriptures

300 The reading of them is a paradox

301 Jerome complains that the garrula anus,

the delirius senex, &c., read and expound the Scriptures 304 Jerome does not imitate the Apostles but St. Anthony 304 AMBROSE

305 TERTULLIAN

308 HILARY

308 CYPRIAN

308 CYRIL OF JERUSALEM

309 BASIL

309 CYRIL OF ALEXANDRIA

311 GREGORY THE GREAT

313 MISCELLANEOUS. OPTATUS, against works of supererogation

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Miscellaneous-continued.
AMBROSE, the Church of Christ may sometimes be con-
cealed

314 Hilary, none can be aided by the works of others 314 against persecution

314 CHRYSOSTOM, auricular confession not necessary

315 Priests are angels and gods

316 Bishops have no dominion over the faith of the people 317 Heaven is our temple

317 There is no teacher on earth

316 Miracles without godliness are useless

318 Persons once married might be made bishops

319 CLEMENS ALEXANDRINUS, marriage superior to celibacy 319 Continence is a gift

3:20 Peter was present at his wife's execution

320 The Apostles married

321 Presbyters and deacons married in the days of the Apostles

321 Jerome says that some bishops refused to ordain unmarried deacons

322 The true stigmata

322 The origin of Monkery doubtful

322 THE WORSHIP AND INVOCATION OF THE

VIRGIN MARY.
Extracts from the Roman BREVIARY
Prayers and hymns

223-4 Sermon of St. Bernard

325 Pius VII. gives to the Virgin Mary the title of " Auxi

lium Christianorum," and establishes a festival

in her honour, to celebrate his return to Rome 326 Sermon of St. Bernard and hymns

327-8-9-330 Extract from spurious sermon of Augustine

330 Sermon ascribed to Cyril of Alexandria

331 THE GLORIES OF MARY

332-3-4, &c. Perversions of Scripture

341 Mary's power over devils

342 Mary's white ladder

343 SALTERIO di S. Buonaventura, p. 1, 2

344 Ps. iii. 19, 24,

345 *Ps. c. 110

346 Ps. cxiii. 114

347 The paraphrase of the “ Te Deum”

347 Prayers to the Saints from the Roman Breviary

350 The stigmata of St. Francis

350 The revelations of St. Bridget

351 Prayer to P. Pius V.

353 Austerities of the Roman Saints

355 St. Theresa rolling in the thorns

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St. Rosa's austerities

359 St. Alphonso M. de Liguori

360 RELICS

361 Relics in the Monastery of Glastonbury

364 Account of relics by Burnet

365 Rhapsodies from the Roman Breviary

366 IMAGES. Prefatory remarks

367 No Apostolical tradition in favour of images. Delahogue 369 No public worship of images in the three first centuries

Delahogue 369 Decree of 2nd Council of Nice on image-worship

369 Decree of the Council of Frankfort

369 Pope Gregory III. deprived the Eastern Emperor of his throne, because he was an Iconoclast

370 Bellarmine and Baronius admit that the Council of

Frankfort opposed the 2nd Council of Nice on Image-
worship

370 St. Thomas Aquinas says that latria is due to the images of Christ

371 The Bishop of Boulogne says that believers may kiss the

image of Jesus' heart, with the same affection as they
would kiss the heart itself of Christ

371 Miraculous images in England before the Reformation

Burnet 372 Official memoirs, &c., of miraculous pictures

374 A copy of the grant of a service and mass, by Pope

Pius VI., in commemoration of these miracles 375 Specimens of the miracles

376 Proofs that they are the revivals of heathenism

378 The decree of the Council of Trent on images

378 Cardinal Bellarmine on Images

378 Alexander, the B. Thomas, Cajetan, Bonaventure, &c.

taught that latria ought to be paid to the images of
Christ

Bellarmine 378 Images are to be worshipped

Bellarmine 380 Images of Christ, propriè, sed per accidens, may be worshipped with latria

Bellarmine 380 The species of worship which is to be paid to images

Bellarmine 381 The cross was formerly worshipped with latria

382 The worship of the cross (From the Roman Breviary) 382 THE INVOCATION OF SAINTS AND ANGELS. 384 Four opinions among Romanists as to the mode in which

the Saints in glory hear the prayers of believers on
earth

Bellarmine 385 But few evidences of the invocation of saints in the first two centuries

Delahogue 386

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