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Translated from the Greek by the Holy Transfiguation Monastery This prayer book provides a more liturgical rule that still works on a personal (individual) level. However, like the Jordanville volume, this book includes excerpts from It is a basic collection of morning, evening, and daily prayers for various occasions.

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Before the council great theologians , e. Peter Lombard IV Sent. Victor De sac. Doubts were raised especially about Confirmation and Extreme Unction. Thomas rejects the opinion that Confirmation was instituted by the Apostles. James Sess. XIV, can. Some theologians , e. Becanus, Bellarmine , Vasquez , Gonet , etc. In the decree "Lamentabili", 3 July, , Pius X condemned twelve propositions of the Modernists , who would attribute the origin of the sacraments to some species of evolution or development.

The first sweeping proposition is this: "The sacraments had their origin in this that the Apostles , persuaded and moved by circumstances and events, interpreted some idea and intention of Christ", Demzinger-Bannwart, Then follow eleven propositions relating to each of the sacraments in order ibid. These propositions deny that Christ immediately instituted the sacraments and some seem to deny even their mediate institution by the Saviour. What does immediate institution imply? Power of the Church. Granting that Christ immediately instituted all the sacraments, it does not necessarily follow that personally He determined all the details of the sacred ceremony , prescribing minutely every iota relating to the matter and the form to be used.

It is sufficient even for immediate institution to say: Christ determined what special graces were to be conferred by means of external rites : for some sacraments e. Baptism , the Eucharist He determined minutely in specie the matter and form : for others He determined only in a general way in genere that there should be an external ceremony , by which special graces were to be conferred, leaving to the Apostles or to the Church the power to determine whatever He had not determined, e.

The Council of Trent Sess. XXI, cap. She would not be claiming power to alter the substance of the sacraments if she used her Divinely given authority to determine more precisely the matter and form in so far as they had not been determined by Christ. This theory which is not modern had been adopted by theologians : by it we can solve historical difficulties relating, principally, to Confirmation and Holy Orders. May we then say that Christ instituted some sacraments in an implicit state?

That Christ was satisfied to lay down the essential principles from which, after a more or less protracted development, would come forth the fully developed sacraments? This is an application of Newman's theory of development, according to Pourrat op. Pourrat himself thinks the latter formula too absolute. Theologians probably will consider it rather dangerous, and at least " male sonans ". If it be taken to mean more than the old expression, Christ determined in genere only the matter and the form of some sacraments, it grants too much development.

If it means nothing more than the expression hitherto in use, what is gained by admitting a formula which easily might be misunderstood? Number of the sacraments Catholic doctrine: Eastern and Western Churches The Council of Trent solemnly defined that there are seven sacraments of the New Law, truly and properly so called, viz. According to some writers Otto of Bamberg , the Apostle of Pomerania , was the first who clearly adopted the number seven see Tanquerey, "De sacr. Most probably this honour belongs to Peter Lombard d.


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It is worthy of note that, although the great Scholastics rejected many of his theological opinions list given in app. Just as many doctrines were believed , but not always accurately expressed, until the condemnation of heresies or the development of religious knowledge called forth a neat and precise formula, so also the sacraments were accepted and used by the Church for centuries before Aristotelian philosophy , applied to the systematic explanation of Christian doctrine , furnished the accurate definition and enumeration of Peter Lombard.

The earlier Christians were more concerned with the use of sacred rites than with scientific formulae, being like the pious author of the "Imitation of Christ" , who wrote: "I had rather feel compunction than know its definition" I, i. For many centuries all signs of sacred things were called sacraments, and the enumeration of these signs was somewhat arbitrary. After the ninth century, writers began to draw a distinction between sacraments in a general sense and sacraments properly so called. The ill-fated Abelard "Intro. Victor De sacr. Thenceforward until the time of the so-called Reformation the Eastern Church joined with the Latin Church in saying: by sacraments proper we understand efficacious sacred signs , i.

In the history of conferences and councils held to effect the reunion of the Greek with the Latin Church , we find no record of objections made to the doctrine of seven sacraments. Protestant errors Luther's capital errors , viz. Gladly would he have swept them all away, but the words of Scripture were too convincing and the Augsburg Confession retained three as "having the command of God and the promise of the grace of the New Testament ".

Henry VIII protested against Luther's innovations and received the title "Defender of the Faith" as a reward for publishing the "Assertio septem sacramentorum" re-edited by Rev. Louis O'Donovan, New York, Followers of Luther's principles surpassed their leader in opposition to the sacraments.

Once granted that they were merely "signs and testimonies of God's good will towards us", the reason for great reverence was gone. Some rejected all sacraments, since God's good will could be manifested without these external signs. Confession Penance was soon dropped from the list of those retained.

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The Anabaptists rejected infant Baptism , since the ceremony could not excite faith in children. Protestants generally retained two sacraments, Baptism and the Lord's Supper, the latter being reduced by the denial of the Real Presence to a mere commemorative service. After the first fervour of destruction there was a reaction. Lutherans retained a ceremony of Confirmation and ordination.

Those five commonly called sacraments, that is to say Confirmation , Penance , Orders , Matrimony , and Extreme Unction , are not to be counted for sacraments of the Gospel, being such as have grown partly of the corrupt following of the Apostles , partly are states of life allowed in the Scriptures but yet have not like nature of sacraments with Baptism and the Lord's Supper, for that they have not any visible signs or ceremony ordained by God art.

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The Wittenberg theologians , by way of compromise, had shown a willingness to make such a distinction, in a second letter to the Patriarch of Constantinople, but the Greeks would have no compromise Pourrat, loc. For more than two centuries the Church of England theoretically recognized only two "sacraments of the Gospel" yet permitted, or tolerated other five rites. In practice these five "lesser sacraments" were neglected, especially Penance and Extreme Unction. Anglicans of the nineteenth century would have gladly altered or abolished the twenty-fifth article.

There has been a strong desire, dating chiefly from the Tractarian Movement , and the days of Pusey , Newman , Lyddon, etc. Many Episcopalians and Anglicans today make heroic efforts to show that the twenty-fifth article repudiated the lesser sacraments only in so far as they had "grown of the corrupt following of the Apostles , and were administered 'more Romamensium'", after the Roman fashion.

Thus Morgan Dix reminded his contemporaries that the first book of Edward VI allowed "auricular and secret confession to the priest ", who could give absolution as well as "ghostly counsel, advice, and comfort", but did not make the practice obligatory : therefore the sacrament of Absolution is not to be "obtruded upon men's consciences as a matter necessary to salvation " op.

He cites authorities who state that "one cannot doubt that a sacramental use of anointing the sick has been from the beginning", and adds, "There are not wanting, among the bishops of the American Church , some who concur in deploring the loss of this primitive ordinance and predicting its restoration among us at some propitious time " ibid.

At a convention of Episcopalians held at Cincinnati , in , unsuccessful effort was made to obtain approbation for the practice of anointing the sick. High Church pastors and curates , especially in England , frequently are in conflict with their bishops because the former use all the ancient rites.

Add to this the assertion made by Mortimer op. Whether and in how far their position can be reconciled with the twenty-fifth article, is a question which they must settle.

Assuredly their wanderings and gropings after the truth prove the necessity of having on earth an infallible interpreter of God's word. Division and comparison of the sacraments a All sacraments were instituted for the spiritual good of the recipients; but five, viz. Baptism , Confirmation , Penance , the Eucharist , and Extreme Unction , primarily benefit the individual in his private character , whilst the other two, Orders and Matrimony , primarily affect man as a social being, and sanctify him in the fulfillment of his duties towards the Church and society.

By Baptism we are born again, Confirmation makes us strong, perfect Christians and soldiers. The Eucharist furnishes our daily spiritual food. Penance heals the soul wounded by sin. Extreme Unction removes the last remnant of human frailty, and prepares the soul for eternal life , Orders supplies ministers to the Church of God. Matrimony gives the graces necessary for those who are to rear children in the love and fear of God , members of the Church militant, future citizens of heaven.

This is St. Thomas's explanation of the fitness of the number seven III He gives other explanations offered by the Schoolmen , but does not bind himself to any of them. In fact the only sufficient reason for the existence of seven sacraments, and no more, is the will of Christ: there are seven because He instituted seven. The explanations and adaptations of theologians serve only to excite our admiration and gratitude, by showing how wisely and beneficently God has provided for our spiritual needs in these seven efficacious signs of grace.

The other five are "sacraments of the living", because their reception presupposes, at least ordinarily, that the recipient is in the state of grace , and they give "second grace", i. Nevertheless, since the sacraments always give some grace when there is no obstacle in the recipient, it may happen in cases explained by theologians that "second grace" is conferred by a sacrament of the dead, e. Concerning Extreme Unction St. James explicitly states that through it the recipient may be freed from his sins : "If he be in sins , they shall be forgiven him" James The Council of Trent declared that the sacraments are not all equal in dignity; also that none are superfluous, although all are not necessary for each individual Sess.

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Baptism is always first in necessity ; Holy Orders comes next after the Eucharist in the order of dignity, Confirmation being between these two. Penance and Extreme Unction could not have a first place because they presuppose defects sins. Of the two Penance is the first in necessity : Extreme Unction completes the work of Penance and prepares souls for heaven.

The others are not so strictly necessary. Then they should be classed among the sacramentals since God alone can be the author of a sacrament see above III.