10 BÜCHER, DIE MIT «CURIALIST» IM ZUSAMMENHANG STEHEN
Entdecke den Gebrauch von curialist
in der folgenden bibliographischen Auswahl. Bücher, die mit curialist
im Zusammenhang stehen und kurze Auszüge derselben, um seinen Gebrauch in der Literatur kontextbezogen darzustellen.
Jean Gerson, Apostle of Unity: His Church Politics and ...
resemblance of a purely formal nature but can be regarded as a indication of
dependence on curialist literature and doctrine, will become evident later. In the
third place, we know that in his Resumpta of 1392 he referred to a certain 'frater ...
Guillaume Henri Marie Posthumus Meyjes, 1999
The Secret of Secrets: The Scholarly Career of a ...
Philip the curialist was also Philip the translator, a substantial amount of indirect
evidence makes this identification highly probable. 1. The earliest sightings of the
complete Latin transla1ion of the 5S occur in the 12305 and 12405: Philip the ...
Printing, Propaganda, and Martin Luther
In the dialogue, the nobleman challenged the curialist. "Doctor Luther teaches
that one may not do good works because one may not earn heaven though good
works. Also, that one can do no good work without sin. If this is the case, why are
Mark U. Edwards, Jr., 2004
Religion, Politics and Society in Britain 1066-1272
spare time, Bishop of Coventry'.36 But as a whole even the curialist bishops were
attentive to their pastoral duties and not disedifying in their lives. And, to continue
the story of bishop-making into the twelfth century as a whole, the twelfth ...
Henry Mayr-Harting, Regius Professor of Ecclesiastical History Henry Mayr-Harting, 2014
The American Ecclesiastical Review;: A Monthly Publication ...
The Dean of St. Paul's shows naivete", when he tells us that, although these
statements of Royce about the necessity of membership in the kingdom of God, in
vigour and rigour would satisfy the most extreme curialist in the Society of Jesus,
Herman Joseph Heuser, 1916
The Ecclesiastical Review
The most extreme curialist of the Society of Jesus " is not likely to be so gullible
as was the dean. With a reason that has been moulded by scholastic philosophy
to think clearly, this " extreme curialist " is likely to keep in mind the sources of ...
The Conciliarist Tradition : Constitutionalism in the ...
The old curialist oligarchic tradition was by no means defunct. But by their day it
had come to find its home where it had found it originally—not, that is, among
those of recognizably conciliarist commitment but in the Roman curia itself.
The Common Good of Constitutional Democracy: Essays in ...
Most interestingly, but not surprisingly, it is much closer to Augustine's original
Christian dualism, never entirely forgotten through the Middle Ages, than were
the curialist and “papalist” ideas of Giacomo di Viterbo—a disciple of Aquinas—
Martin Rhonheimer, William F. Murphy Jr., 2013
“The” Reforms of the Council of Constance: (1414 - 1418)
tackling two curialist arguments that they shied away from: 1) First, to the curialist
argument that payments similar to annates were demanded of new appointees
by prelates and cathedral chapters, Gerson first argues that in these cases, ...
Historical Studies of the English Parliament
a consistent tendency on the king's part to increase the influence of the curialist
or bureaucratic element in the council. During the years 1397-9 this tendency
appears to have been still stronger : Professor Baldwin is of opinion that ' the
8 NACHRICHTEN, IN DENEN DER BEGRIFF «CURIALIST» VORKOMMT
Erfahre, worüber man in den einheimischen und internationalen Medien spricht und wie der Begriff curialist
im Kontext der folgenden Nachrichten gebraucht wird.
The Accountability of Bishops
As a curialist told me some years back, there are many jobs in the curia that you can fake, but you can't fake it if you work at the CDF. «National Catholic Reporter, Jun 15»
George Pell's critics ask if Australian cardinal has gained too much …
A veteran curialist said to me wryly: "We didn't expect an Australian mafia to take over here." Cardinal Pell's clout may have been dinted by his ... «Sydney Morning Herald, Feb 15»
True and false reform of the Roman Curia
First of all, no elimination or merging of offices will make a significant difference if the "curialist" mentality is not severely curbed and corrected. «National Catholic Reporter, Nov 14»
Pope hears officials' input on reforming Vatican bureaucracy
"The profile of the old curialist, faithful, doing his work. We need these people. I think there are some, but not as many as there once were. «Catholic News Service, Sep 13»
Pope Francis establishes group of cardinals “to advise him in the …
In a similar vein, the famously-combative Pell – the only non-Curialist in the four-man group convoked last year by Benedict – had been tipped ... «Catholic World Report, Apr 13»
Did the pundits get this year's conclave spectacularly wrong?
Scherer, favoured by veteran curialist Sodano, never really took off as a candidate, while Ouellet fared hardly better. It quickly became a ... «Catholic Herald Online, Mär 13»
Francis 'The Smiling Pope' will transform the papacy's tone
He's a youthful septuagenarian, a cleric with considerable curial exposure who's not a professional curialist, a Jesuit with a Franciscan ... «Globe and Mail, Mär 13»
Papal Musings: Ethnicity, nationality should be immaterial in the …
... once known as the Holy Office of the Inquisition, and a trusted advisor to Pope John Paul II, he was never entirely the professional curialist. «CTV News, Mär 13»