On consulting the faithful in matters of doctrine

by John Henry Newman

Publisher: Sheed & Ward in New York

Written in English
Published: Pages: 118 Downloads: 281
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Subjects:

  • Laity.,
  • Dogma, Development of.

Edition Notes

StatementJohn Henry Newman ; edited with an introduction by John Coulson.
ContributionsCoulson, John, 1919-
Classifications
LC ClassificationsBX1920 .N45 1961
The Physical Object
Pagination118 p.
Number of Pages118
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21216650M

"Who are the laity"In his seminal work on the sensus fidelium, On Consulting the Faithful in Matters of Doctrine (), John Henry Newman recounts that when Bishop William Ullathorne of Birmingham put this question to him, Newman "answered that the Church would look foolish without them." In the wake of Pope Francis revival of the synod process and its attendant Author: Lisa A. Fullam, Charles E. Curran.   Far from some modern "liberal agenda," the importance of this teaching was something Blessed John Henry Newman drew attention to in his book On Consulting the Faithful in Matters of Doctrine. Gathers four works by Newman that pertain to current discussions of doctrine, dissent, papal authority, and the role of the laity: The Theory of Developments in Religious Doctrine, An Essay on the Development of Christian Doctrine, "On Consulting the Faithful in Matters of Doctrine," and "Letter Addressed to His Grace the Duke of Norfolk.". consulting the sense of Christ’s faithful is a terrible mistake. Only when there is universal agreement among Christ’s faithful ‘as a whole’ on a matter of faith or morals does the Spirit 1 On Consulting the Faithful in Matters of Doctrine, London , p

Note 5. The Orthodoxy of the Body of the Faithful during the Supremacy of Arianism (Vide supra, p. )[{} THE episcopate, whose action was so prompt and concordant at Nicæa on the rise of Arianism, did not, as a class or order of men, play a good part in the troubles consequent upon the Council; and the laity did. Sensus fidei (sense of the faith), also called sensus fidelium (sense of the faithful) is, according to the Catechism of the Catholic Church, "the supernatural appreciation of faith on the part of the whole people, when, from the bishops to the last of the faithful, they manifest a universal consent in matters of faith and morals." Quoting the document Lumen gentium of the Second Vatican. In the works collected here, including An Essay on the Development of Christian Doctrine, A Letter Addressed to His Grace the Duke of Norfolk, and On Consulting the Faithful in Matters of Doctrine, John Henry Cardinal Newman, the great nineteenth-century English theologian, debunks a few Catholic myths. Looking for books by John Henry Newman? See all books authored by John Henry Newman, including Apologia Pro Vita Sua (A Defense of One's Life), and The Idea of a University: Defined and Illustrated in Nine Discourses Delivered to the Catholics of Dublin in Occasional Lectures and Essays Addressed to the (Notre Dame Series in the Great Books), and more on

  Of course, Johnson isn't saying that the church faces a similar crisis today. Rather, she writes, the "point is that Newman's understanding underscores the legitimacy, with all due critical discernment, of consulting the faithful in matters of the doctrine of God." That is precisely what Quest for the Living God tries to do. On consulting the Amazon: Newman and the Amazon Synod. is the point of connection with Newman. In an editorial for the Rambler in , ‘On Consulting the Laity in Matters of Doctrine’, Newman stated (formally INTAMS review) for permission to reuse material from Theodora Hawksley, ‘On Consulting the Faithful in Matters of.

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It was the immediate cause of great controversy both in Rome and in England. Newman did not withdraw his views, but the article was not reprinted or published in England since that time, and appeared only once in an American journal, Cross Currents/5.

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On Consulting the Faithful in Matters of Doctrine was first published in July,as an article in the Rambler. It was the immediate cause of great controversy both in Rome and in England. Newman did not withdraw his views, but the article was not reprinted or published in England since that time, and appeared only once in an American journal, Cross Currents.

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It admits to my own mind of so clear and satisfactory an explanation, that I should think it unnecessary to intrude. On consulting the faithful in matters of doctrine by John Henry Newman; 7 editions; Subjects: Laity, Dogma, Development of, Development of Dogma.

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It seems, then, as striking an instance as I could take that the voice of tradition may in certain cases express itself, not by Councils, nor. On consulting the faithful in matters of doctrine --pt. The orthodoxy of the body of the faithful during the supremacy of Arianism (Appendix V to the 3rd ed.

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In the life of the church the consent of the faithful has an essential function. Surely, the episcopate defines the doctrine, the tradition, but these are also testified by the living faith of the people. Even more, here lies the touchstone of : L.

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Blessed John Henry Newman also encourages us to do so. In his prophetic essay “On Consulting the Faithful in Matters of Doctrine” (), he spoke of the importance of the laity bearing witness to the faith.

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The origins of the term consensus fidelium lie with pagan orators who exhorted their audience to be of “one mind with” the orator. As an Anglican, Newman used the term “mind of the Church”, and gave the auditors of the church’s teaching—the. On consulting the faithful in matters of doctrine.

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