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poteft, & comburi,' & cinis juxta altare reponi. Sed Petrus de Palude dicit, quod mus. exenterari debet : & mus quidem comburi, & cinis in pifcinam projici ; pars autem hoftia, si homo eam horret sumere, debet in tabernaculo reverenter poni, & tamdiu ibi dimitti; quousque naturaliter confumetur. ; Ipfa autem bostia nequaquam debet in piscinam projici ; ficut fecit quidam facerdos de musca repertà poft confecrationem in calice. Nec etiam debet comburi, ficut fecit alius facerdos de hoftiis mucidis consecratis, doo cinis ipsarum in piscinam projici : quia hoc eft immane facrilegium. Et ideo quantumcunque modica particula in ve niatur;" debet reponi cum reverentia ; quod in ea totus eft Christus. Et fiquidem homo esset tanti fervoris, quod hujufmodi non horreret, fed fumeret, - commendandus esset; fi itämen effet jejunus. Sic beatus HugoCluniacus commendaWit Goderanum sumendo partiunculas boftiæ, quas leprosus cum vilissimo sputo evomuerat,dicens craticulam Laurentii fuifse tolerabiliorem. Anton. Florent. de Defe&tibus Misa, Vol. 3. Tit. 13. Chap. 6. Sect. 2. The fame Author · has a great deal more of the fame Trash in and - near the same Place. :rotowe
crilegio debet reportem bomo priet,comm. miacus comhorosus
. But least it should be imagined by such as are Strangers to the Roman Corruptions, that these are only the Fanfies of private> Men, of how great Character soever in that Church, I will therefore subjoin some few Passages from the Misal it self.
Si Sacerdos evomat Eucharistiam, fi Species integræ appareant, reverenter fumantur, nisi. nausea fiat : tunc enim Species consecratæ caute separentur, & in aliquo loco sacro reponantur, donec corrumpantur, cu poftea in facrarium projiciantur. Quod si Species non appareant, comburatur Vomitus, do cineres in facrarium mittantur.
Si bojtia consecrata, vel aliqua ejus particula dilabatur in terram, reverentur accipiatur, dum locus ubi cecidit, muna det ur, d aliquantum abradatur, & pulvis seu abrasio bus jufmodi in Sacrarium immittatur. Si ceciderit extra corporno rale in mappam, feu, alio quovis modo in aliquod linteum, mappa vel linteum hujusmodi diligenter lavetur, & lotio ipsa in Sacrarium effundatur. De defect. circa missam occurrentibus, fe&t. 10. num. 14, 15. I forbear to mention other Particulars of the fame Kind. : Only I will subjoin a Passage of Gavantus's Com ment on Numb. 12. of this very Section. Saies he,
Quid si čadát sanguis Super Barbam? Bartholomæus ab Angelo, Dialog. S. Sešt. 713. vult eam ablui ego combua ri : sed videtur fufficere, fi barba pluries lavetur, cui para cendum eft magis quàm tapetibus, de quibus fupra.
Let the Reader now judge, whether Transub. ftantiation has given Occasion to many Superstitions, or no. Our Reformers were too well acquainted with them; tho’ blessed be God, we have not Instances so ready at Hand. :
The Sixth and Seventh Propositions. Of the FalThood of Transubstantiation fee the Fourth and Fifth Propositions. Of Consubstantiation see the Twenty eighth Question of Turretin's Locus Decimus nonuso Whence the Truth of these Two Propofitions necessarily follows. See Bishop Wake's Com.. mentary on the Catechism, Sect. 49..
The Eighth Proposition. See the Eighth Proposition of the Twenty fifth Article.
The TWENTY NINTH ARTICLE. Of the Wicked, which eat not the Body of Christ in
the Use of the Lord's Supper. THE wicked, and such as be void of a lively Faith,
I although they do carnally and visibly press with their teeth (as St. Augustine saitb) the sacrament of the body and blood of Christ : yet in no wise are they partakers of . Chrift, but rather to their condemnation do eat and drink the sign or sacrament of so great a thing.
8.. '. St. Austin in his Twenty, fixth Tract on St. Foby has these Words; Ac per hoc qui non manet in Chrifto, & in quo non manet Christus, proculdubio nec manducat (Spiritaliter) carnem ejus, nec bibit ejus fanguinem (licet carnaliter do visibiliter premat dentibus sacramentum corporis & fanguinis Chrifti) fed magis tant å rei facramena tum ad judicium fibi manducat do bibit. This Article therefore is taken from St. Austin, and the Church confirms the Doctrin contained in his Words, for the Truth of which see Art. 25. Prop: 9, .
T HE cup of the Lord is not to be denied to the Lay
1 people : for both the parts of the Lord's sacrament, by Christ's ordinance and commandment, ought to be miniftred to all Christian men alike.
This Article contains Two Propositions." w. I. The Cup of the Lord is not to be denied to - the Lay People. .iid:) :* !!! 2. Both the parts of the Lord's Sacrament, by
Christ's Ordinance and Commandment, ought to be ministred to all Christian Men alike.
: The First of these Propositions is the necessary Consequence of the Second. See the Eleventh Chapter of the Second Part' of the Confutation of Popery."}
The THIRTY FIRST ARTICLE Of the one Oblation of Christ finished upon the
T he offering of Christ once made, is that perfe&t re
I demption, propitiation, and fatisfation for all the fins of the whole world, both original and actual; and there is none other satisfaction for fin, but that alone. Wherefore the sacrifices of masses, in the which it was commonly said, that the priest did offer Christ for the quick and the dead, to have remision of pain or guilt, were' blasphemous fables, and dangerous deceits,
This Article contains Three Propositions. ..,
1. The Offering of Christ once made, is that · perfect Redemption, Propiciarion and Satis- faction, for all the Sins of the whole World, - both Original and Actual.
2. There is none other Satisfaction for Sin but %;' that alone.
3. The Sacrifices of Masses, in the which it was
commonly said, that the Priest did offer Christ for the Quick and the Dead, to have Remis
sion of Pain or Guilt, were blafphemous Fa" bles and dangerous Deceits, :,
The Firff Proposition. See the Tenth Proposition of the Second Article. " ; . The Second and Third Propositions. See the Twenty ninth Question of the Locus Decimus nonus of Turretin's System. From whence it necessarily follows, that those Sacrifices of Masses are blafphes mous Fables and dangerous Deceits; because they do so manifestly lefsen the Honor of Christ's one Oblation on the Cross, and lead to a Thousand evil and superstitious Practices,
The THIRTY SECOND ARTICLE.
Of the Marriage of Priests. DISHOPS, Priefts, and Deacons, are not commans
D ded by God's law, either to vow the estate of single life, or to abstain from marriage : therefore it is lawful for them, as for all other Christian men, to marry at their own discretion, as they shall judge the Same to serve better to godliness.
This Article contains Two Propositions.
ftate of single Life, or to abstain from Mar... riage.. 2. It is 'lawful also for them, 'as for all other Christian Men, to marry at their own Discre