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Penance and absolution.

Author: John M T Barton
Publisher: New York, Hawthorn Books [1961]
Series: Twentieth century encyclopedia of Catholicism, 51. Section 5: The life of faith.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : [1st ed.]View all editions and formats
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Proceeds by way of Scripture and tradition to the matter and form of the sacrament, and then to study in turn the effects of the sacrament, its necessity, its minister and its subject.
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Barton, John M.T. (John Mackintosh Tilney), b. 1898.
Penance and absolution.
New York, Hawthorn Books [1961]
(OCoLC)651865293
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: John M T Barton
OCLC Number: 331592
Description: 159 pages 21 cm.
Contents: Introduction --
I. The virtue of penance --
II. Introduction --
The meaning of penance --
The virtue of penance --
Necessity of penance --
When is it necessary? --
False views of penance --
Relation between the virtue of penance and the Sacrament --
Penance before Christ --
II. The power of the keys in Holy Scripture --
The church's doctrine --
Christ forgave sins --
The power promised --
The power conferred --
St Paul and the Corinthians --
Objections considered --
III. The power of the keys in tradition --
The argument from tradition --
Some preliminary evidence --
The apostolic fathers --
The didache --
St Clement of Rome --
"Second Clement" --
St Ignatius of Antioch --
St Polycarp of Smyrna --
The Shepherd of Hermas --
Clement of Alexandria --
Tertullian --
Hippolytus --
The Decian Persecution and Novation --
End of rigorism --
Council of Elvira --
Council of Arles --
St Peter of Alexandra --
Council of Nicaea --
IV. Penance is a sacramental rite distinct from baptism --
The second plank --
Penance a Sacrament --
Penance distinct from baptism --
V. The matter of the sacrament: contrition --
The matter and form of penance --
The meaning of contrition --
Two kinds of contrition --
Meaning of attrition --
Efficacy of perfect contrition --
Value of attrition --
The church's practice --
Is fear sufficient? --
Is love required? --
Characteristics of contrition --
The purpose of amendment --
VI. The matter of the sacrament: Confession --
What is confession? --
Obligation to confess --
Tradition and confession --
The public administration of penance --
The Gelasian Sacramentary --
Private penance --
The change from public to private penance --
VII. The matter of the sacrament: satisfaction --
Meaning of satisfaction --
The church's teaching --
Works of penance --
Benefits of satisfaction --
The confessor's duty --
VIIII. The form of the Sacrament --
The words of the form --
What is essential? --
Manner of absolving --
IX. The effects of the sacrament of penance --
Reconciliation with God --
Penance forgives sin --
Penance forgives all sins --
The revival of merits --
Forgiveness of venial sins X. The necessity of the sacrament of penance --
Baptism and penance --
Early teaching --
The early scholastics --
Peter Abelard --
Hugh of St Victor --
Peter Lombard --
Alexander of Hales and Bonaventure --
John Duns Scotus (1264 to 1308) --
The fourth Lateran Council --
How does the law bind? --
When does the divine precept bind? --
XI. The minister of the sacrament --
Priests alone the ministers --
Bishops not the sole ministers --
Confession made to deacons --
Necessity of jurisdiction --
Ordination not enough --
When the church supplies jurisdiction --
Granting of jurisdiction --
Limit of jurisdiction --
The seal of confession --
The reservation of sins --
XII. The subject of the sacrament --
Who are the subjects? --
What intention is required? --
Necessity for faith and probity --
Sins to be confessed? --
XIII. The question of indulgences --
The word "indulgence" --
What is an indulgence? --
Brief history of indulgences --
From the beginning to the sixth or seventh centuries --
From the seventh to the eleventh centuries --
From the eleventh to the fifteenth centuries --
From the fifteenth century to the Council of Trent --
Various kinds of indulgences --
The authority for granting indulgences --
The conditions for granting indulgences.
Series Title: Twentieth century encyclopedia of Catholicism, 51. Section 5: The life of faith.

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Proceeds by way of Scripture and tradition to the matter and form of the sacrament, and then to study in turn the effects of the sacrament, its necessity, its minister and its subject.

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