How Marriage Became One Of The Sacraments

Author: Philip Reynolds
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1107146151
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This book analyzes in detail how medieval theologians explained the place of matrimony in the church and her law, and how the bitter debates of the sixteenth century elevated the doctrine to a dogma of the Catholic faith.

Christianity And Family Law

Author: John Witte, Jr.
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1108415342
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Reynolds, Philip L. How Marriage Became One of the Sacraments: The
Sacramental Theology of Marriage from Its Medieval Origins to the Council of
Trent. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2016. Searle, Mark and Kenneth
W. Stevenson. Documents of the Marriage Liturgy. Collegeville, MN: The
Liturgical Press, 1992. Stone, Lawrence. The Family, Sex, and Marriage in
England, 1500–1800. New York: Harper & Row, 1979. Waters, Brent. The Family
in Christian Social and ...

Christian Marriage Today

Author: Klaus Demmer
Publisher: CUA Press
ISBN: 9780813208770
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The volume will be of interest to theologians as well as to catechists involved in the preparation of couples for the sacrament. Klaus Demmer begins the book with an overview of INTAMS.

The Layman In Christian History

Author: World Council of Churches. Dept. on the Laity
Publisher: Westminster John Knox Press
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Strenuous efforts were made to encourage folk entering marriage to plight their
troth in facie ecclesiae, but it was only slowly (so far as we can tell) that marriage
in church, or 'at chirche-dore', became common and then normal. Medieval
decrees against clandestine marriage had to be renewed and elaborated by the
Council of Trent. It was the sacramental movement above all which widened the
theoretical gulf between cleric and layman; just as it was the intellectual revival
which ...

First Things

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Consistent with the sacramental perspective, the Church protected the sanctity
and sanctify ing purpose of marriage by declaring valid marital bonds to be
indissoluble, and by annulling invalid unions between Christians and non-
Christians or between parties ... the Council of Trent in 1563, codified and refined
this medieval law of marriage, making mandatory the earlier canon that marriage
formation requires parental consent, two witnesses, civil registration, and church
consecration.

Drama Criticism

Author: Linda Pavlovski
Publisher: Gale / Cengage Learning
ISBN: 9780787631413
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Thus, this favored system, though it took its remote origins in Medieval
spiritualism, acquired for Tirso strong materialist, naturalist, and even determinist
implications. Fifth and last ... II — Neo Scholastic Doctrines on Matrimony in
Tirso's Theater The theology of matrimony became a burning issue in Spain after
the final sessions of the Council of Trent (1563). While Catholics argued that
marriage was a sacrament that conferred grace, Luther and later Protestant
theologians rejected this.

Religious And Theological Abstracts

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NTR, 19%, 9(l):42-57. The notion of the sacramentality of marriage and its
concomitant indissolubility developed slowly from Augustine through the middle
ages, was canonized in the 16th century Council of Trent and subsequently
repeated. Philosophical, juridical, theological, existential and logical difficulties
result from this conception of marriage. One assumption shoring up the traditional
system - there is a marital sacrament - may be true but needs adjustment:
indissolubility may ...

The Saturday Review Of Politics Literature Science And Art

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THE HISTORY OF CHRISTIAN MARRIAGE. “Marriage in Church and State." By
T. A. Lacey. (Library of Historic Theology.) London: Scott. 1912. 5!. not. WE wish
that our limits of space would permit us to discuss every chapter of Mr. Lacey's ...
It naturally followed that when the Roman Empire became Christian the civil law
of marriage was modified in a Christian sense; but the process was a slow one,
and neither the legislation of the Theodosian Emperors nor of Justinian entirely ...

The Saturday Review Of Politics Literature Science And Art

Author: John Douglas Cook
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It throws a flood of light on the theological and legal aspects of the marriage
contract in every age of Christianity ; and its appearance is specially opportune,
since it comes close on the publication of the report of the Divorce Commission. It
will ... It naturally followed that when the Roman Empire became Christian the
civil law of marriage was modified in a Christian sense ; but the process was a
slow one, and neither the legislation of the Theodosian Emperors nor of Justinian
entirely ...

The Catholic Encyclopedia

Author: Charles George Herbermann
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Owing to its absolute necessity and its judicial form, however, the sacrament
really becomes a tribunal of penance in which the penitent is at once plaintiff,
defendant, and witness, while the priest acts as judge. ... In the case of a
consummated marriage between Christians the marriage bond is absolutely
indissoluble; but where there is question of a consummated marriage between
pagans the bond may be dissolved if one of the parties is converted to the Faith,
and if the other ...