SMC 203 Vatican 1 Oral Presentation Notes

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Department
St. Michael's College Courses
Course
SMC203Y1
Professor
Jessy P.
Semester
Winter

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SMC 203 Oral Presentation Session 4 of the First Vatican CouncilDate The council was called together on June 29 1868 by Pope Pius IX and session four was held on July 18 1870 Author Unknown Influence European Enlightenment empirical reasoning started to overpower faith this document was called to sort out the matter between faith and reason Audience The Catholic Church as the council addressed constitutions that would impact the Catholic Church Type of document A council held over 4 sessions which was recorded by an unknown person Intent of document Asides from condemning contemporary errors the main intent was to define the Catholic doctrine concerning the Church of Christ The constitution that was approved in session 4 was the First Dogmatic Constitution on the Church of Christ Summary Session 4 dealt with the primacy and infallibility of the pope of Rome in which the doctrine papal infallibility was defined dogmatically This session also dealt with the compatibility of faith and reason Difficult words anathema a ban or curse solemnly pronounced by ecclesiastical authority and accompanied by excommunication httpwwwmerriamwebstercomdictionaryanathemaTemerity unreasonable or foolhardy contempt of danger or opposition httpwwwmerriamwebstercomdictionarytemerity ThesisPurpose of this document is to determine how faith and reason should function within the church and that the Pope of Rome should have
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