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Una Sancta

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(Lat., ‘One Holy’). Two of the Notes of the Church in the Nicene Creed, and often used, esp. in quite recent times, substantively for the Church, usually with emphasis upon its ...

Una Sancta

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The Oxford Dictionary of the Christian Church (4 ed.)

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... Sancta (Lat., ‘One Holy’) Two of the Notes of the Church in the Nicene Creed , and often used, esp. in quite recent times, substantively for the Church, usually with emphasis upon its corporate...

Una Sancta

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(Lat., ‘One Holy’).Two of the Notes of the Church in the Nicene Creed, and often used, esp. in quite recent times, substantively for the Church, usually with emphasis upon its corporate aspect.[...]
Florovsky, George

Florovsky, George (1893–1979)   Reference library

Brandon Gallaher

The Oxford Dictionary of the Christian Church (4 ed.)

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...the ‘catholic mind’ or identity of the Church—Christ himself in head and body. This patristic mindset is the Church’s ‘living tradition’—scriptural, eucharistic, charismatic in character—embracing both continuity and growth. The Orthodox Church is identified with the credal Una Sancta but beyond its canonical limits exist separated Christians who are called to return to it. Ecumenism is a form of Christian witness to Orthodoxy as the living undivided Church of the 1st millennium. Theology, for Florovsky, is called to be patristic because it follows the...

Mandenmaker, Jan Arendszoon

Mandenmaker, Jan Arendszoon (1535–1573)   Reference library

The Oxford Encyclopedia of the Reformation

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...he adopted a lenient attitude toward Lutheranism; Lutherans and Calvinists should be members of the one restored church. At the end of 1566 he even declared himself willing to accept the Augsburg Confession in regard to consubstantiation. His desire to restore the worldwide una sancta also formed the background for his Emden conflict with the champions of creedal formulas. Mandenmaker may have been married twice. In 1560 a woman named Sijtje Gerritsdochter made, just before her death, her last will in favor of her husband Jan Aerntsz, who might have been...

Peter                 of Ailly

Peter of Ailly (1350–1420)   Reference library

John T. Slotemaker

The Oxford Guide to the Historical Reception of Augustine

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...sermons, it is difficult to establish the influence of Aug. on P. As noted above, the explicitly theological works demonstrate considerable engagement with Aug.'s writings, as do P.'s sermons. For example, in his sermon De sancta Trinitate P. develops an analogy of the Father as the sun, the Son as the ( radius ) of light that are generated by the sun, and the Holy Spirit as the heat ( calor ) that proceeds from the sun and the rays, which he attributes, without...

Sepulchre church

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The Grove Encyclopedia of Medieval Art and Architecture

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...Sancta and the Architectural Response to Pilgrimage’, The Blessings of Pilgrimage , ed. R. Ousterhout (Urbana and Chicago, 1990), pp. 108–24 M. Biddle : The Tomb of Christ (Stroud, 1999) M. David : ‘Das Heilige Grab von Jerusalem: Entwicklung und Umwandlung eines Modells’, Die Zeit der Kreuzzüge: Geschichte und Kunst , ed. R. Cassanelli (Darmstadt, 2000), pp. 85–95 C. Morris : The Sepulchre of Christ and the Medieval West: From the Beginning to 1600 (Oxford, 2005) P. Pierotti , C. Tosco , and C. Zannella : Le rotonde del Santo Sepolcro: Una...

Ecumenical Movement

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David Thompson

The Oxford Dictionary of the Christian Church (4 ed.)

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... N. Lossky et al. (eds), Dictionary of the Ecumenical Movement (1991; 2nd edn 2002). Relevant periodicals incl. Irénikon (Amay s. Meuse and then Chevetogne , 1926ff.), Eastern Churches Quarterly (16 vols, 1936–64), cont. as One in Christ (various places, 1965ff.), Una Sancta (Meitingen, 1946ff.), The Ecumenical Review (Geneva, 1948ff.), Oekumenische Rundschau (Frankfurt, 1952ff.) , Istina (Paris, 1954ff.), Mid-Stream (Indianapolis,...

Bologna

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The Grove Encyclopedia of Medieval Art and Architecture

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...di San Petronio (exh. cat., ed. R. D’Amico and R. Grandi ; Bologna, Pin. N.e and Mus. Civ. Med., 1987) M. Fanti and Carlo De Angelis , eds: Sesto centenario di fondazione della Basilica di San Petronio, 1390–1990: Documenti per una storia (Bologna, 1990) M. Fanti and D. Lenzi , eds: Una basilica per una città: Sei secoli in San Petronio (Bologna, 1994) H. Smit : ‘Tapestries for the Church of San Petronio in Bologna ca. 1500: Flemish Weavers Active in Italy’, Mitt. Ksthist. Inst. Florenz , xxxix/2–3 (1995), pp. 185–208 La Basilica incompiuta:...

De opere monachorum

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Andreas E. J. Grote and David Gascoigne

The Oxford Guide to the Historical Reception of Augustine

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..., Augustinus. De opere monachorum—Die Handarbeit der Mönche. De sancta virginitate—Die gottgeweihte Jungfräulichkeit (Augustinus Opera-Werke 74) (Paderborn in preparation). Secondary literature B. Amata , ‘S. Agostino, De opere monachorum . Una concezione (antimanichea?) del lavoro’, in S. Felici (ed.), Spiritualità...

Mosaic

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The Grove Encyclopedia of Medieval Art and Architecture

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...Studies in Honour of Nicolai Rubenstein , ed. P. Denley and C. Elam (London, 1988), pp. 503–14 R. Foster : Patterns of Thought: The Hidden Meaning of the Great Pavement of Westminster Abbey (London, 1991) A. Bruyère : Venezia, San Marco, pavimenti (Rome, 1993) Sancta Sanctorum (Milan, 1995) Petits carrés d’histoire: Pavements et revêtements muraux dans le Midi méditerranéen du Moyen Age à l’epoque moderne: Palais des Papes, Avignon, 20 octobre 1995–14 janvier 1996 C. Harding : ‘Images of Authority, Identity, Power: Façade Mosaic Decoration...

Lutheranism

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The Oxford Encyclopedia of the Reformation

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...evangelists, apostles, and fathers of the church. Less than a decade later at the Diet at Augsburg in 1530 , many imperial cities and territories had embraced the cause of the new gospel. Luther was always adamantly opposed to naming his evangelical revival within the una sancta catholica , the one holy catholic church, after himself. “I was not crucified for anyone,” he wrote (WA 8.685), but his opponents, some of them ferocious enemies, bestowed the name “Lutheran” on his message and his movement for a restored Christianity within the church. The...

Rome

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The Grove Encyclopedia of Medieval Art and Architecture

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...Lateran was abandoned by the popes on their return from Avignon in favour of the Vatican and was derelict by the late 16th century. Sixtus V ( reg 1585–90 ) removed all traces of the medieval buildings just two months after his enthronement in 1585 , except for the Scala Sancta, the Sancta Sanctorum (the papal private chapel of S Lorenzo), both of which were incorporated into a new building ( 1586–9 ) by Domenico Fontana ( 1543–1607 ), and part of the triclinium of Leo III ( reg 795–816 ), rebuilt by Ferdinando Fuga ( 1699–1782 ) in 1741–4 ....

Music For Dance

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The International Encyclopedia of Dance

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...genuine dance songs—including some of the lais , early forms of ballades, virelais , and rondeaux —and, in the liturgical repertory, the conductus-caudae , which almost certainly accompanied choral movement. Instrumental passages in the late thirteenth-century “Cantigas de Sancta Maria” of King Alfonso X of Spain and in later dramatic works such as the Jeu de Robin et de Marion (c. 1284 ) and Roman de Fauvel ( 1310–1314 ) also seem to relate to dance. But the large repertory of dance music for all kinds of occasions that must have circulated among...

Romanesque sculpture

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The Grove Encyclopedia of Medieval Art and Architecture

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...du cloître d’Aoste dans les sculptures de l’église de l’Annonciation à Nazareth’, Pèlerinages et croisades: Actes du 118e congrès national annuel des sociétés historiques et scientifiques, Pau, octubre 1993 , pp. 321–31 J. Folda : ‘The Freiburg Leaf: Crusader Art and Loca Sancta Around the Year 1200’, The Experience of Crusading, II. Defining the Crusader Kingdom: Presented to Jonathan Riley-Smith on his Sixty-fifth Birthday , ed. P. Edbury and J. Phillips (Cambridge and New York, 2003), pp. 113–34 8. Low Countries. This area, which corresponded...

Christological Sources in the Church Fathers

Christological Sources in the Church Fathers   Reference library

Carl Beckwith

The Oxford Encyclopedia of Martin Luther

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... (3 vols.; Basel: Andreas Cratander, 1528). Vol. 1 contained George’s translation of Cyril’s Commentary on John and Rufinus’s translation of Origen’s Commentary on Leviticus , which was wrongly attributed to Cyril. Vol. 2 contained George’s translation of Cyril’s Thesaurus de sancta et consubstantiali Trinitate and Oecolampadius’s translation of Cyril’s Dialogues on the Trinity and On Adoration in Spirit and in Truth . Vol. 3 contained Oecolampadius’s translations of Cyril’s Against Julian and De recta fide . 10. Sententiae veterum aliquot...

Roman Catholic German-Language Theologies

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Wolfgang Thönissen

The Oxford Encyclopedia of Martin Luther

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...Lutheran confessional formulae and therefore tarnish the foundational principles of the Reformation as well as Luther’s own spiritual heritage. Here, the dispute arose from the contradiction between Luther’s religious personality, on one hand, and on the other, a concern for una sancta ecclesia perpetuo mansura sit (“the one, holy Church that will last eternally”). 9 Did Luther, the headstrong Reformer, truly disrupt the unity of the Church? The most recent Catholic Luther research has promoted ecumenical understanding for good reason. Through painstaking...

Jesus Christ

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Johannes Zachhuber

The Oxford Encyclopedia of Martin Luther

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...There are not two persons, but two natures united in one person in such a way that what applies to human nature, can be said to apply to the divine nature, and vice versa ” ( Dedit Deus nobis formulas loquendi, quod Christus sit Deus et homo in una persona, et non sunt duae personae, sed duae naturae unitae sunt in una persona sic, ut, quod ab humana natura fit, dicatur etiam fieri a divina, et e contra .). 85 This is not a slip of his pen. For Luther, the communication of idioms between the two natures ultimately confirms the reality of the union. The...

Lutheran Orthodoxy

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Andreas Stegmann

The Oxford Encyclopedia of Martin Luther

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...be found in Dannhauer’s writings. Over time Dannhauer referred more and more often to Luther; e.g., in the second edition of his Hodosophia Christiana seu Theologia Positiva (Strasbourg: Spoor, 1666, VD17 1:074562D), he defended Luther against Roman Catholic critics ( Alethea sancta sui vindex contra defensionem miraculorum Ecclesiae Catholicae a Melchiore Cornaeo Loiolita Moguntino vane jactatam ; Strasbourg: Stedel, 1653, VD17 39:132056F, 95–154), and he presented a Luther biography in the form of an academic disputation, Memoria Thaumasiandri Lutheri...

Faith

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Philipp Stoellger

The Oxford Encyclopedia of Martin Luther

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...benefits of faith ( gratiae fidei —which cannot mean effects of faith in the sense of a human action but effects of grace by dint of God’s acting in faith on the faithful): 1. The first benefit of faith is the unio 56 of the anima with the promissa dei , the verba sancta . 57 This union of soul and word of promise is construed to be both tactile and gustatory ( absorbeatur, saturetur, inebrietur ), as “ tactus Christi ” (cf. Christ as medicus ), whereby the soul is healed by virtue of “this absorbing of the Word, communicates to the soul of all...

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