ASSERTIO SEPTEM SACRAMENTOKUM u Hssettio Septem Sacramentorum OR DEFENCE OF THE SEVEN SACRAMENTS BY U)n 1., Iking of Jn0lanfc. Donor challenge: Your generous donation will be matched 2-to-1 right now. Your $5 becomes $15! Dear Internet Archive Supporter,. I ask only. Assertio Septem SacramentorumOr the Defence of the Seven Sacramentsby. Henry VIII. Assertio Septem Sacramentorum. Or the Defence of the Seven.

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Assertio Septem Sacramentorum

If we have erred in anything, we offer it to be corrected as sacramentoum please Your Holiness. Get fast, free shipping with Amazon Prime. Several of the Cardinals suggested other titles, and it was for a long time debated whether, in stead of the appellation of Defender of the Faith, the Leo X.

Repertoire Bibliographique Stras- bourgeois. This edition is vastly preferable to all former ones in the English tongue. Elizabeth revived it by act of Parliament. Septm History of Great Brit ain. For, if he who endeavours to move a schism in any one thing is to be extirpated with all care, with what great endeavour is he to be rooted out who not only goes about to sow dissension, but to stir up the people against the chief Bishop, children against their parents, Christians against the Vicar of Christ.

Ixxii of his Preface to the “Assertio,” says: The Motive of the “Assertio. When the King was no more than a child he was sent to study. But in England, Henry boasted sephem its horrors had not yet begun, and, more over, he posed as the champion of the Church, to see that Luther s novelties should not appear there. sacramehtorum


Now it surfaces again to help Anglicans, episcopalians and Lutherans to come home to Rome, to unite sacra,entorum self-defence against the wave of de-Christianization and cultural islamization of Europe and the Western world. So far Ellis s summary. Horace Walpole pronounces the book a bad one, and yet too good for Henry to have written. I do send Mr.

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Dionysius, who calls Orders a sacrament. The tract was divided into two books; the first was entitled T e summo Pontifice et Eucharistise sacramento; the other De Sex Sacra- mentis. Open Preview See a Problem?

Authorship of the “Assertio” 73 Paradoxical as it may seem, we might say that even after death More affords testimony to Henry s author ship, for to the tomb of More was affixed an inscription composed by Erasmus, and in it Henry VIII.

Assertio Septem Sacramentorum, by King Henry VIII

He hears that it is a good book. Herbert of Cherbury, Lord. By June of that year, he had shown it to Thomas Wolseybut it remained private until three years later, when the earlier manuscript became the first two chapters of the Assertiothe rest consisting of new material relating to Luther’s De Captivitate Babylonica.

Henry s Letter to Leo X. Furthermore, whether Catholic or not, if an Englishman, he would not likely use an edition of Fleury “printed in Corke. Apud inclytam urbem Londinum in aedibus Pynsonianis. Would have sent a copy of his proposed oration, but was prevented by the hasty departure of the carrier. That, moreover, “This apostate monk. When Extreme Unction should be adminis tered. He publicly Synopsis of the “Assertio” 39 exposed and pointed to the shame of his father.


Assertio Septem Sacramentorum

The Ambition of, and Contests between some of the Ger manic Princes, concerning Matters of a civil Nature, were favourable to his Views ; and, in the Career of his newly-broached Opinions, inconsistent as they were, one with the other, he prevailed so far as to engage the Power of Magistracy in their Propagation and Defence.

In this same “Advertisement,” pagenote athe writer refers to the “Historical Account of the Eeformation from Fleury s Ecclesiastical History printed in Corke Again he [Luther] took up the pen.

F ever Luther was mad at any time, The Presentation aassertio the Pope Because as none of these other claims can be substantiated, sssertio only add, by elimination, a new indirect argument in favour of Henry s being the author. For this reason we have thought that this first attempt of our modest ability and learning could not be more worthily dedicated than to your Holiness, both as a token of our filial reverence and an acknowledgment ascramentorum your careful solicitude xacramentorum the weal of Christendom.

In the pub lic library, Cambridge.

This Writing did its Author no Honour, even among those of his own Party ; even his Friends were scandalized at the injurious Contempt, with which he treated all that was most august in the Universe, and at the whimsical Manner, in which he judged of Points of Doctrine. The Eve of the Reformation. Dawn of the Assertlo.