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Su funcionamiento estuvo regulado desde sus inicios por las Regulae Rectoris Collegii Romani de 1551 (Lukacs, 1965: 65-93), y el Gubernatio Collegii Romani de 1566 (Lukacs, 1972: 171-181), ambos redactados por el secretario de Ignacio de Loyola, Juan de Polanco.
5: <<Miramur tantum apud uos per occasionem temporis impacati aut ambientium presumptionem aut tumultum ualuisse popularem, ut indignis quibusque et longe extra sacerdotale meritum constitutis pastorale fastigium et gubernatio ecclesiae crederetur.
In Reformed theology, a distinction is usually made between three aspects of God's providence, namely conservatio, gubernatio, and concursus.
Asi, la dinamica de la accion divina se ordena en un sentido dialectico, presentandose por medio de tres momentos consecutivos: a) contemplatio, b) gubernatio y c) iudicium.
Si igitur civitatis gubernatio penes unum sit aut penes paucos aut penes multos sequanturque communem utilitatem, erunt haec rerum publicarum species.
McFarland draws upon the scholastic categories of conservatio (preservation), concursus (accompaniment), and gubernatio (direction) to explicate God's providential activity.
Solum enim ita possunt gubernare rempublicam ad traquillitatem temporalem, ut ea gubernatio non impediat studium pietatis et media ad finem supernaturalem, sed potius subserviat et iuvet.
XI corresponds to the CMA entry 6559 "Gubernatio regni secundum justitiam as Ed.
It weaves together three aspects of God's providence that is typically identified in the reformed tradition, namely, ongoing conservation (conservatio), governance (gubernatio) and God's interaction with secondary causes, including human agents (concursus).
Est ergo Deus causa gubernans et ordinans: et eius concursus est gubernatio et prouidentia que nihil contingenter et indeterminate agit, sed omnia ex certo iudicio" (Soto: ibid.).
Barth tended to use the Latin terms, conservatio, concursus, and gubernatio. See Karl Barth, Church Dogmatics, 3.3, trans.
(14) Sera tambien extrano el lenguaje de un Tomas de Aquino para equiparar gubernatio con imitatio Christi.