|Statement||With discussion club outlines by Gerald C. Treacy. Introd. by William F. Hogan. Edited by Edward R. Lawler.|
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Background. Historically a Papal bull was "an Apostolic letter with a leaden seal." A papal bull is an official formal decree. In terms of formality, papal bulls and apostolic constitutions are above encyclicals, followed by apostolic apostolic constitution is the highest level of decree issued by the Pope, and is generally issued as a bull with the requisite formalities regarding. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Four Marian encyclicals and the apostolic constitution Munificentissimus Deus by Pope Pius XII, , Paulist Press edition, in EnglishPages: Munificentissimus Deus (Latin: The most bountiful God) is the name of an apostolic constitution written by Pope Pius defines ex cathedra the dogma of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin was the first ex-cathedra infallible statement since the official ruling on papal infallibility was made at the First Vatican Council (–). In Pope Pius IX made an infallible. The Holy See APOSTOLIC CONSTITUTION OF POPE PIUS XII MUNIFICENTISSIMUS DEUS DEFINING THE DOGMA OF THE ASSUMPTION November 1, 1. The most bountiful God, who is almighty, the plan of whose providence rests upon wisdom and love, tempers, in the secret purpose of his own mind, the sorrows of peoples and of individual men.
Marian Encyclicals: Pope St. Pius IX INEFFABILIS DEUS: Dogma of the Immaculate Conception Pope Leo XIII S UPREMI APOSTOLATUS OFFICIO: On Devotion to the Rosary Pope St. Pius X AD DIEM ILLUM LAETISSIMUM: On the Immaculate Conception Pope Pius XII DEIPARAE VIRGINIS MARIAE: On the Blessed Virgin Mary MUNIFICENTISSIMUS DEUS: Dogma of the Assumption. Four great encyclicals of Pope Pius XII. With Christmas message of Democracy and peace; and the allocution: The world community and religious tolerance by Catholic Church (Book) 1 edition published in in English and held by WorldCat member libraries worldwide. Fulgens corona ("Radiant Crown") is an encyclical by Pope Pius XII, given at St. Peter's, Rome, on 8 September , on the Birthday of the Virgin Mary, the fifteenth year of his encyclical proclaims a Marian year for , to commemorate the centenary of the definition of the dogma of the Immaculate Conception of the Virgin Mary. the holy see fulgens coronaencyclical of pope pius xii proclaiming a marian year to commemorate the centenary of the definition of the dogma of the immaculate conception to our venerable brethren, the patriarchs, primates, archbishops, bishiops, and other local ordinaries in peace and communion with the apostolic see venerable brethren,File Size: KB.
APOSTOLIC CONSTITUTION OF POPE PIUS XII MUNIFICENTISSIMUS DEUS - DEFINING THE DOGMA OF THE ASSUMPTION to be held on four Marian feasts, he specified together the Feasts of the Nativity, the Annunciation, the Purification, and the Dormition of the Virgin Mary.(14) Again, St. Leo IV saw to it that the feast, which was already being celebrated. MUNIFICENTISSIMUS DEUS. Pope Pius XII. Pope Pius XII’s Apostolic Constitution infallibly defining “ex cathedra” (from the chair of Peter) the dogma of the bodily Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary into heaven, a doctrine whose history he in part reviews in this document. Other articles where Munificentissimus Deus is discussed: Assumption: XII in the apostolic constitution Munificentissimus Deus on November 1, The Assumption is not considered a revealed doctrine among the Eastern Orthodox and is considered an obstacle to ecumenical dialogue by many Protestants. Documents by Type Apostolic Constitutions. Conciliar Declarations: Apostolic Constitutions: Encyclicals: Apostolic Constitutions (60) Author: Date: Episcopalis communio On the Synod of Bishops. synod Munificentissimus Deus On glorifying Mary with the Assumption into heaven in soul and body.