Cover of: The Condemnation Of Pope Honorius by William George Ward

The Condemnation Of Pope Honorius

an essay, republished and newly arranged from the "Dublin review." with a few notes in reply to E.F. Willis

Published by Burns and Oates in London .
Written in English.

Table of Contents

CONTENTS.
Section Page
I. The real point of controversy 7
II. Pontifical ex cathedra Definitions were familiar facts at the time of the Sixth Council 9
III. No authority, which Catholics account infallible, has condemned Honorius for teaching falsely ex cathedra 13
IV. It is certain that his Letters were not issued ex cathedra 16
V. No authority, which Catholics account infallible, has condemned Honorius for heresy 25
VI. It is certain that his Letters are not heretical 37
VII. The anathema, pronounced on Honorius by S. Leo II., was most justly merited 66
VIII. Remarks on the whole controversy 68

The Physical Object

Pagination 65 p. ;
Number of pages 65

ID Numbers

Open Library OL17942453M
Internet Archive TheCondemnationOfPopeHonorius
OCLC/WorldCat 8041002

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