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The Immaculate Conception of the most blessed Virgin Mary, Mother of God

A Dogma Of The Catholic Church

Published by P. Donahoe in Boston, USA .
Written in English.

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Table of Contents

CONTENTS.
Episcopal Approbation page 5
Dedication 7
Preface 11
Introduction 21
CHAPTER I.
Preliminary Observations — The Statement or the Doctrine, and the Nature of the Proof which sustains it 83
CHAPTER II.
Definition of the Doctrine — Its Reasonableness — Objections answered 46
CHAPTER III.
The Doctrine considered in the Light of the Sacred Scriptures 54
CHAPTER IV.
The Ancient Liturgies and Menologies prove the Doctrine — The Abstract Value of the Terms 60
CHAPTER V.
Remarkable Document — The Testimony of St. Andrew and St. James, Apostles — St. Mark, the Evangelist — The Fathers of the first Five Centuries 76
CHAPTER VI.
Resume 1 92
CHAPTER VII.
Festivals Instituted in Honor of the Immaculate Conception 101
CHAPTER VIII.
Testimony of the Saints and Eminent Writers subsequent to the Fifth Century, and during the Mediaeval times 121
CHAPTER IX.
St. Bernard 135
CHAPTER X.
St. Thomas Aquinas 146
CHAPTER XI.
Resume 2 154
CHAPTER XII.
The Religious Orders, Academies, Universities, and Theologians adopt the Doctrine of the Immaculate Conception page 162
CHAPTER XIII.
Various Councils favour the belief of the Immaculate Conception 177
CHAPTER XIV.
The Declaration of the Council of Trent 187
CHAPTER XV.
The Sovereign Pontiffs favour the Doctrine of the Immaculate Conception 195
CHAPTER XVI.
Pius IX, the Illustrious Friend of Mary 209
CHAPTER XVII.
Resume 3 239
CHAPTER XVIII.
The Festival of the Immaculate Conception of the Most Blessed Virgin Mary, and the Ceremonies Incident To The Publication Of The Dogmatic Decree — given at Rome, December 8th, 1854 249
CHAPTER XIX.
Letters Apostolic of our Most Holy Lord Pius IX, by Divine Providence Pope, concerning the Dogmatic Definition of the Immaculate Conception of the Virgin Mother of God 269
CHAPTER XX.
Resume 4 page 295
CHAPTER XXI.
Conclusion — Motives for venerating the Most Blessed and Immaculate Virgin Mary ; and certain duties and obligations arising out of the recent Dogmatic Decree 308

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Open Library
OL25880356M
Internet Archive
TheImmaculateConception
OCLC/WorldCat
707337760
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