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de fide

(diː ˈfaɪdɪ)
adj
(Roman Catholic Church) RC Church (of a doctrine) belonging to the essentials of the faith, esp by virtue of a papal ruling
[literally: from faith]
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13) Pastor aeternus: "Romanum Pontificem, cum ex cathedra loquitur, id est, [1] cum omnium Christianorum pastoris et doctoris munere fungens [2] pro suprema sua Apolostolica auctoritate [3] doctrinam de fide vel moribus ab universa Ecclesia tenendam definit, [4] per assistentiam divinam ipsi in beato PETRO promissam, [5] ea infallibilitate pollere, qua divinus Redemptor Ecclesiam suam [6] in definienda doctrina de fide vel moribus instructam esse voluit; [7] ideoque eiusmodi Romani Pontificis definitiones ex sese, non autem ex consensu Ecclesiae, irreformabiles esse" (Denzinger no.
El obispo de Milan realiza dos intervenciones que van a marcar un cambio de rumbo en la politica imperial en relacion con los asuntos eclesiasticos: la primera es la revalorizacion de la doctrina nicena a traves de los dos primeros libros De fide escritos para Graciano; la segunda es el exito alcanzado por Ambrosio en el concilio de Aquileya de 381.
Si el monarca habia iniciado el proceso, el obispo de Sevilla no pretendia, al parecer, obstaculizarlo y, como veremos, la constitucion de la obra De Fide Catholica se oriento a consolidar lo realizado desde el trono.
For some rightwing Catholics that verdict became de fide, along with National Review's gag--"Mater, Si, Magistra, No"--on the publication of John XXIII's equally progressive social encyclical Mater et Magistra in 1961.
AGUSTIN DE HIPONA, Enchiridion de fide, spe et charitate liber unus
Llama la atencion el modo en el que expone el tema en su tratado teologico mas importante: De fide sanctae et individuae Trinitatis, dedicado a refutar la herejia adopcionista.
Some of his books, contributing to debates about the fate of the soul after death, were condemned by the Roman Congregation of the Index: his De statu mortuorum et resurgentium (1720) and De fide et officiis christianorum (1722) in 1734, and his earlier Telluris theoria sacra (1681-89) in 1739.
In 1995, the Pope confirmed that the belief that the priesthood is meant for men alone, as de fide (i.
Una anotacion sobre la pagina de la guarda posterior del Tractatus de fide theologica del franciscano Palanco (22) indica que, en 1775, se vendieron 16 tomos de la misma: <<Son 74 pesos los que tengo recividos sobre los 16 tomos de Palanco del R.
None of this is de fide, or a matter of faith," said Jesuit Fr.
De fide is not an intellectually impressive work, but the belief that authentic fides is essential for the empire's military security is simply an axiom of the age, and it would be astonishing to find someone who did not believe it in late antiquity.
En esta obra el tema De Fide aparece en la decima parte del primer libro, en el ambito de los tres remedios fundamentales dispuestos por Dios para actuar el <<opus restaurationis>>, que viene despues de la creacion.