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When a Council Deprives an Archbishop of "Sacerdotal Communion"?

When a Council Deprives an Archbishop of "Sacerdotal Communion"? The Lord Jesus Christ whom he blasphemed decides by this holy Council that Nestorius is deprived of his episcopal dignity ...
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How is it that Nestorius is venerated in the Syro-Malabar Catholic Church?

How is it that Nestorius is venerated in the Syro-Malabar Catholic Church? Even though Syro-Malabarian Catholics do not actually venerate Nestorius as other Saints but there is a (pseudepigraphal) ...
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Is the statement "That heretics be burned is against the will of the Spirit." still a statement which is against Catholic truth?

Well, yes. Whether or not Exsurge Domini is infallible, and to what degree (All of it? Part of it? Which parts?) is probably up for debate, but we can assume for the sake of simplicity that this ...
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Is the statement "That heretics be burned is against the will of the Spirit." still a statement which is against Catholic truth?

If we grant the claim that Exsurge Domine is infallible teaching, then there is no "still" about it. That just reframes the question, of course. There are some Catholics who (wrongly) ...
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Is the statement "That heretics be burned is against the will of the Spirit." still a statement which is against Catholic truth?

Is the statement "That heretics be burned is against the will of the Spirit." still a statement which is against Catholic truth? I really do not see how this would be an infallible statement....
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When a Council Deprives an Archbishop of "Sacerdotal Communion"?

Based on the fact that it's sacerdotal communion, this should refer to Nestorius' priestly faculties. Sacerdos is the Latin word for priest. The Catholic Encyclopedia entry on priests says "...
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Can a Catholic Bishop Lose His Ecclesiastical Rank without being Defrocked?

Pope Pius XI took the cardinal's hat away from the great Jesuit theologian Louis Billot (1846-1931), because of the latter's associations with the conservative (albeit atheistic) French political ...
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Is the statement "That heretics be burned is against the will of the Spirit." still a statement which is against Catholic truth?

There are three issues to consider. 1. Whether the statement is indeed infallible, as it appears to be from its introduction: "With the advice and consent of these our venerable brothers, with ...
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