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Declaration of Utrecht

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The profession of faith which is the doctrinal basis of the Old Catholic Church. It was drawn up at Utrecht in 1889. While professing adherence to the beliefs of the primitive Church, it is...

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Janus

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The pseudonym over which J. J. I. von Döllinger and others in 1869 published a series of letters attacking the ‘Syllabus Errorum’.

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Johann Joseph Ignaz von Döllinger

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(1799–1890),

Bavarian Church historian. From 1826 to 1873 he was professor of Church history at Munich. At first he held Ultramontane views, but he later mistrusted Roman...

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Lord Acton

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First Baron Acton (1834–1902), historian. In 1859 he became editor of the RC Rambler; under the threat of a Papal veto he suspended it in 1864. He sought to resist the movement towards...

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Mirari Vos

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Gregory XVI's encyclical (15 Aug. 1832) condemning the social and political doctrines of F. R. de Lamennais and his circle. Without naming Lamennais it censured his writings in defence of...

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Pius IX

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(1792–1878).

Pope from 16 June 1846. As Bishop of Imola he instituted a series of reforms, but he was no liberal in temperament, and his refusal, after his elevation to ...

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Quanta Cura

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The encyclical, issued by Pope Pius IX on 8 Dec. 1864, to which the famous Syllabus Errorum (q.v.) condemning the doctrines of liberalism was attached.

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ultramontanism

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Advocating supreme papal authority in matters of faith and discipline. Recorded from the late 16th century, the name originally denoted a representative of the Roman Catholic Church north...

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