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What Christoph Theobald indicates as the reform achieved by Vatican II that affects the very idea of revelation, (60) or what Ruggieri indicates as the peculiarity of the fundamental theology of John XXIII, in his identification of the depositum fidei with the book and the chalice, (61) is in some sense a reflection on poverty that the council opened up, and in which Dossetti sowed insights.
Now this money was not placed in their hands to be locked away idle in their cellars, as plate and jewelry are often given to the care of a banker as a Depositum, and to be restored in specie [in its own form.
The substance of the ancient doctrine of the depositum fidei," he told the assembly, "is one thing; the way in which it is expressed is another.
The dogma, imposed on all scholarly theological output after the Enlightenment and the Reformation, that the basis of our Christian faith cannot be extracted except from a certain depositum fidei, most notably from the Bible (to which usually Tradition was added), can no longer be sustained.
In the case of the C-minor Symphony, he asserts repeatedly that the autograph is lost or inaccessible; in fact, the autograph is in the depositum of the Philharmonic Society of London in the British Museum (shelfmark RPS.
The temptation to neglect the depositum fidei [the deposit of faith], not thinking of themselves as guardians but as owners or masters [of it]; or, on the other hand, the temptation to neglect reality, making use of meticulous language and a language of smoothing to say so many things and to say nothing
John Paul II, Apostolic Constitution Fidei depositum, On the Publication of the Catechism of the Catholic Church, Prepared Following the Second Vatican Ecumenical Council (October 11, 1992), in CCC nos.
Ende 2001 gelangte das Archiv (bis auf 33 Werke mit einem "slawischen Bezug") als Depositum in die Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin und ist der Forschung nun zuganglich.
The most elaborate Catholic responses to the contemporary Inquisition debate reproduce in full or in part--with or without mention of the source--a 1910 article in the American Catholic Encyclopedia, which defended the Inquisition as something that had to be understood in the historic context and even justified it as connected with the Church's self-understanding as societas perfecta that had to guard its "objective" depositum fidei with all means available.
Venetian law and practice recognized the distinction between the depositum regulate and the depositum irregulare developed by jurists in the later Middle Ages.
in choro primum altare maius et sepulturam Caroli Regis quinti depositum et collocatum extitit.