Sacramentum


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SACRAMENTUM. An oath; as, qui dicunt supra sacramentum suum.

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His sources include The Constitution on the Sacred Liturgy, Sacrosanctum Concilium, of Vatican II (1963); Paul Vi's Apostolic Constitution on the Sacrament of Confirmation, Divinae Consortium Naturae (1971); Congregation for Divine Worship, General Introduction to the Rite of Confirmation (22 August 1971); Catechism of the Catholic Church, 1992; the General Directory for Catechesis, 1997; and Pope Benedict XVTs Post-Synodal Exhortation Sacramentum Caritatis (2007).
See his "Revelation," in Encyclopedia of Theology: The Concise Sacramentum Mundi (New York: Seabury, 1975) 1453-72, at 1471-73.
Known as the sacramentum, the purpose of the oath was to formally bind soldiers to their generals and establish the ground rules for military service--namely that a soldier must obey all orders no matter what.
66 of his Encyclical Sacramentum Caritatis, (Sacrament of Love), teaches: "No one eats that flesh without first adoring it; we should sin were we not to adore it" (Enarrationes in Psalmos 98,9).
Even though the 2004 Vatican document Redemptionis Sacramentum sought to restrict lay preaching even further, canonical experts say it remains a nonlegislative document "that implements but does not supersede already existing law" Thus, the more expansive U.
As Benedict XVI says in his Post-Synodal Apostolic Exhortation Sacramentum Caritatis of 2007, "the purpose of sacred architecture is to offer the Church a fitting space for the celebration of the mysteries of faith, especially the Eucharist.
The one that's haunted me all week is Tantum Ergo Sacramentum to All the Nice Girls love a Sailor.
71) That "Christ includes his people in himself and unites their sacrifice of themselves with his great sacrifice" (72) can claim the support not only of the Wesleyan hymn texts but also of Benedict XVI's Apostolic Exhortation on the Eucharist as the Source and Summit of the Church's Life and Mission, Sacramentum caritatis (2007), (73) where "source and summit" echoes Lumen gentium, no.
Ordinances, like the sacramentum oath taken by Roman soldiers to follow their commanders to the death, are sacraments, not in a Romanist (21) sense of conferring grace, but "in the sense of vows of allegiance to Christ our Master.
Encyclopedia of biblical theology: The complete Sacramentum Verbi (pp.
THIS graphic episode, Sacramentum Gladiatorum, puts the newly-christened Spartacus in the gladiator training school owned by Batiatus.
Paul in Ephesians 5, is as deep in the political philosophy of medieval Christendom as the mysterion or sacramentum of marriage is in scripture itself.