I shall say no more on this subject, fathers; nor shall I dwell on the other murders, still more odious and important to governments, which you sanction, and of which Lessius, in common with many others of your authors, treats in the most unreserved manner. It was to be wished that these horrible maxims had never found their way out of hell; and that the devil, who is their original author, had never discovered men sufficiently devoted to his will to publish them among Christians. 体育彩票大乐透18131期的开奖结果 Tales of All Countries--1st Series, 1861 \ 1830 0 0 No, except to pass through, when鈥攚hen I had escaped from him, and was on my way home. 鈥楾hat won鈥檛 be necessary,鈥?she said. 鈥楤ook-plates will suit any volume except duodecimos. I don鈥檛 think you have any. If so, I could cut the margin down, sir. But I should like to submit my design to you before I cut the block.鈥? 鈥業 had the pleasure of speaking very warmly in your favour, Sir Thomas,鈥?said Lord Inverbroom, at length, 鈥榓nd, of course, of voting for you. I may tell you that I am now considering, in consequence of the election, whether I shall not resign the presidency of the Club. It is an unusual proceeding to reject the president鈥檚 candidate; I think your rejection reflects upon me.鈥? Kennedy smiled. "Many doctors do that. There's a side of it all that is distasteful to them, I suppose. It grates on minds of a certain type." Conscious, however, of the wretched deficiency of your proofs, you have had recourse to a new artifice, which is nothing less than to falsify the Council of Trent, in order to convict M. Arnauld of nonconformity with it; so vast is your store of methods for making people heretics. This feat has been achieved by Father Meynier, in fifty different places of his book, and about eight or ten times in the space of a single page (the 54th), wherein he insists that to speak like a true Catholic it is not enough to say, 鈥淚 believe that Jesus Christ is really present in the eucharist,鈥?but we must say, 鈥淚 believe, with the council, that he is present by a true local presence, or locally.鈥?And, in proof of this, he cites the council, session xiii, canon 3d, canon 4th, and canon 6th. Who would not suppose, upon seeing the term local presence quoted from three canons of a universal council, that the phrase was actually to be found in them? This might have served your turn very well, before the appearance of my Fifteenth Letter; but, as matters now stand, fathers, the trick has become too stale for us. We go our way and consult the council, and discover only that you are falsifiers. Such terms as local presence, locally, and locality, never existed in the passages to which you refer; and let me tell you further, they are not to be found in any other canon of that council, nor in any other previous council, not in any father of the Church. Allow me, then, to ask you, fathers, if you mean to cast the suspicion of Calvinism upon all that have not made use of that peculiar phrase? If this be the case, the Council of Trent must be suspected of heresy, and all the holy fathers without exception. Have you no other way of making M. Arnauld heretical, without abusing so many other people who never did you any harm, and, among the rest, St. Thomas, who is one of the greatest champions of the eucharist, and who, so far from employing that term, has expressly rejected it 鈥斺€淣ullo modo corpus Christi est in hoc sacramento localiter. 鈥?By no means is the body of Christ in this sacrament locally鈥? Who are you, then, fathers, to pretend, on your authority, to impose new terms, and ordain them to be used by all for rightly expressing their faith; as if the profession of the faith, drawn up by the popes according to the plan of the council, in which this term has no place, were defective, and left an ambiguity in the creed of the faithful which you had the sole merit of discovering? Such a piece of arrogance, to prescribe these terms, even to learned doctors! such a piece of forgery, to attribute them to general councils! and such ignorance, not to know the objections which the most enlightened saints have made to their reception! 鈥淏e ashamed of the error of your ignorance,鈥?as the Scripture says of ignorant impostors like you, 鈥淒e mendacio ineruditionis tuae confundere.鈥?