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He preferred to define the Church essentially as a community in the Spirit, a congregatio fidelium" ("Fifty Years of Ecclesiology," TS 50 [1989] 419-42, at 425).
22) Notitiae: Congregatio pro Cultu Divino 21 (1985) 558-60.
The rise and decline of theologians, it has been argued, reflect an evolving ecclesiology: from the congregatio fidelium with its ascending power, to the corpus mysticum Christi with power descending from the pope.
This emphasis on the hierarchy distinguishes Gerson's perspective both from the Marsiglian congregatio fidelium and the Ockhamist ecclesia universalis.
McDonough refers to Cardinal Ratzinger's animadversiones and suggested text of December 22, 1980, in Congregatio Plenaria.
Benjamin Hederico (Rome: Congregatio de Propaganda Fide, 1832) 29.
14) See Pietro Ballerini, Appendix de infallibilitate pontificia in definitionibus dogmaticis (1768), as published together with Ballerini's De potestate ecclesiastica (Rome: Congregatio de Propaganda Fide, 1850) 231; and Robert Bellarmine, Tertia controversia generalis: De summo pontifice 4.
Theologian Claude Welch expressed it by saying that God's convocatio (calling) makes possible Christians' congregatio (voluntarily associating).
These include the Congregatio Missionis--the 'gathering of people for the sake of the mission'--otherwise known as the Vincentian priests and the Daughters of Charity, one of the largest orders of religious women in the world today (Dosen, 2005; Holtschneider & Udovic, 2001).
The term comes from Congregatio de Propaganda Fide (Congregation for the Propagation of the Faith), a missionary organization established by the pope in 1622.
By authority of the court on high and by the authority of this court below, with divine consent and with the consent of this congregatio we hereby declare that it is permitted to pray with those who have transgressed.
24) Congregatio pro causis sanctorum (CCS), Compendium super vita, virtutibus et miraculorum .