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3) This is a debated point, and, in a summary of these broad questions, Catholic theologian Paul Griffiths acknowledged that there will be, and there "should be debate about the degree of religiosum obsequium commanded by any particular teaching within this third category; there also will and should be debate about just which teachings belong here; and there will and should be debate about just what religious submission of mind and will amounts to.
We have come to pray for the success of the Sovereign Order of Malta in achieving its motto: "Tutio fidei, obsequium pauperum", witness to the faith and love of the poor.
It follows that the faithful of the United States are not obliged to respond to its statement with obsequium religiosum.
Over its long history, its members have pursued two goals: Tuitio Fidei, (the protection of the faith) and Obsequium Pauperum (aid to those in need).
Totum enim decet quidquid defertur religioni, ut nulhun obsequium quod proficiat ad cultum et observantiam Christi, embescamus.
82) It was the wife's being in a state of obsequium and owing servitia to her husband that normally generated his legal obligation to support her from the dowry: but where separation--which necessarily ended an obsequium that was contingent on cohabitation--was by his fault, this obligation persisted.
The Order of Malta remains true to its inspiring principles, summarized in the motto "Tuitio Fidei et Obsequium Pauperum," defense of the Faith and assistance to the poor and the suffering, which become reality through the voluntary work carried out by Dames and Knights in humanitarian assistance and medical and social activities.
21) Calvin comments on the Pauline phrase in Romans 1:5 as follows: "Unde colligimus, Dei imperio contumaciter resistere, ac pervertere totum eius ordinem, qui Euangelii praedicationem irreverenter et contemptim respuunt, cuius finis est nos in obsequium Dei cogere.
The third clause, which says, "what is more, I adhere with religious obsequium of will and intellect to the teaching which either the Roman pontiff or the college of bishops enunciate when they exercise the authentic magisterium, even if they proclaim those teachings in an act that is not definitive," has its own place in Canon 752 of the Code of Canon Law and in Canon 599 of the Code of Canons of the Eastern Churches.