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He read, re-read and corrected the thesis so carefully. I studied hard there, and I have unforgettable memories. I have good friends there. I like coming back to work in the library. Nothing has changed. I like to work there at night. I like to turn off all the lights at night and go out when there is no one left, in the dark, in silence in the middle of all these books. Il y a ici tellement de chercheurs que je ne resterai jamais seul avec une question.

Since , the series has been open to submissions in the more common European languages. Peeters, Leuven, , p.

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Peeters, Leuven, p. Peeters, Leuven, , 68 p. Two years later, the Revue Biblique was launched, in a form that has been maintained to the present day, some years later. Hence it is the oldest Biblical journal in French, and is part of the small group of French academic periodicals that have passed their centenary. The editorial policy is directed by the Dominican friars in Jerusalem, who own the journal; the marketing and finance are managed by a publishing house in Leuven. Since , the journal has been published by Peeters. The first editor of the journal was Father Lagrange, followed, from to , by Father Dhorme, then by Fathers Vincent — , de Vaux — , Benoit — , Tournay — and Tarragon The current team is comprises: — Fr Marc Leroy, director — Fr.

Etienne Nodet, deputy director. From to , the journal was entitled Revue biblique internationale. Moreover, the Vatican had made it the organ of communication for the two secretaries of the Pontifical Biblical Commission between and The growth of the Revue Biblique can be shown in three notable periods. During the years , the young team gathered by the founder reached its maturity. In , the journal had a thousand subscribers. Then a second period began, in the years , with a new generation, including Fathers de Vaux, Benoit and Tournay.

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The current authors continue editing articles and book reviews in Biblical studies, archaeology and history. In this way, the Revue Biblique reflects the current state of academic discussion. Doctoral students writing theses or at the end of their studies in biblical theology and exegesis, Nathalie, Fr. Residents of the School and users of our research library, they explain their approaches and the fruits of their stay.

I was happy to be able to immerse myself in this biblical framework.

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I followed the course of topography and history of the ancient Near East with Fr. I also took advantage of the courses of fr. The library is a valuable asset of the Ecole. I really benefited from having easy, permanent and optimal access. These are very favorable conditions for scientific, long-term work. The atmosphere is stimulating for work. It also served my relationship to the Bible, my openness to scripture, to frequent researchers in other fields.

For example, Mathieu Beaud, who works as an art historian doctor for the project Bible In Its Traditions and who told me about my subject in the iconographic field. Living in Jerusalem is also an opportunity to open up to the universality of the Church, with the local Churches. We also enjoy a particularly pleasant setting and a fraternal life that I loved.

She is also responsible for Catholic theological work and has 26 years as a professor of classical literature in priority education zones. Find results with: error div. Add another field. Search by date Search by date: from after before on from: to to:. Searching collections: Handwritten Letters - Vincentian Tradition. Add or remove collections. Reference URL. Letter to Jean Dehorgny in Rome, September 10, Extra Large.

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go to site Previously owned by Estelle Doheny. Presentation book title : St. Coste Citation s English ed. Venons au particulier. Et vous, Monsieur, me dites que cela est faux. Vous me dites, en second lieu, qu'il est faux que M. Comment est-ce que M. Vous me dites que M. Arnauld, qu'on gagne davantage? Thierry et In nomine Domini! My reply to that letter , Monsieur , is that what you say about certain persons benefiting from this book in France and Italy may be true , but that for a hundred in Paris whom it has helped , by making them more respectful in the use of this Sacrament , there are at least ten thousand it has harmed , by causing them to abstain from it altogether.

I praise God that you act as I do in not discussing these matters in our family and that things are progressing in Rome as they are here. What you say is true , that Saint Charles Borromeo in his day stimulated the spirit of penance in his diocese and the observance of the canons on it , and that this incited people , even good Religious , to rebellion against him because of this innovation. However , he did not make penance or, if you wish , satisfaction consist in abstaining from holy Confession or the adorable Communion , except in cases stated in the canons.

We , too , strive to observe them in cases of the proximate occasions of sin , enmities , and public sins. He is , however , very far removed from what is said about his ordering public penance for private sins and making satisfaction for them before absolution , as the book in question claims.

Let us get down to particulars now. Regardless of what you tell me about the book , On Frequent Communion , the truth is that it was written principally to revive the ancient penitential practice as a requirement for being restored to God's grace. Although the author sometimes pretends to propose this ancient practice only as something that is more useful , it is nevertheless certain that he intends it as something necessary , since throughout his book he portrays it as one of the greatest truths of our religion , the practice of the Apostles and of the entire Church for twelve centuries , an immutable tradition , and an institution of Jesus Christ.

He never ceases to say that he is obliged to observe it , and to hurl abuse constantly against those opposed to the reestablishment of this type of penance. Furthermore , he teaches clearly that in ancient times there was no other form of penance for any kind of mortal sin except public penance , as may be seen in the chapter 3 of part two , where he adopts as a truth the opinion stating that in the early Fathers , especially in Tertullian , only public penance is to be found , in which the Church exercises the power of the keys.

From this it follows , as a very clear consequence , that M. Arnauld wants to establish public penance for all types of mortal sin , and it is not calumny to accuse him of that but a fact , easily deduced from his book , provided it is read without bias. And you , Monsieur , tell me this is false.

You are to be excused because you did not know what was at the bottom of the author's maxims and all these doctrines ; namely , to lead the Church back to its primitive practices , saying that the Church has ceased to exist since that era. Two of those coryphaei of these opinions told the Mother Superior of Sainte-Marie in Paris , who they had been led to hope could be won over to their opinions , that there has been no Church for five hundred years. She herself told me so both verbally and in writing.

You tell me , in the second place , that it is false that M. Arnauld wanted to introduce for great sinners the practice of doing penance before absolution. I reply that M. Arnauld wants to introduce penance before absolution not only for great sinners but he makes it a general law for all those guilty of mortal sin , as may be seen from these words taken from part two , chapter 8 : " Who cannot see how necessary this Pope considers it for the sinner to do penance for his sins , not only before receiving Communion but even before receiving absolution?

Arnauld believes it necessary to defer absolution for all mortal sins until penance has been done. As a matter of fact , have not I myself seen this practiced by M. Is it not still being done with regard to those who place themselves entirely under their guidance? And yet , this opinion is an obvious heresy. As for the question of declaratory absolution , you tell me that only his first book is needed to show the contrary , and you cite three or four authorities for that.

My reply is that it is no wonder M. Arnauld speaks on several occasions like other Catholics. In that, he is merely imitating Calvin , who denied thirty times that he makes God the author of sin , even though he does his utmost in other places to establish this despicable maxim , which all Catholics attribute to him.

All innovators do likewise ; they sow contradictions in their books so that, if they are reproved on a certain point , they can escape by saying that they stated the contrary elsewhere. I heard the late M. How can M. Arnauld seriously maintain that absolution really wipes away sins , since he teaches , as I have just pointed out , that the priest must not give the sinner absolution until he has done penance , and that the main reason why he wants this order to be observed is to give the sinner time to expiate his crimes by salutary satisfaction , as he sets out to prove in chapter 2 of part two?

Can any discerning person who wants sins to be expiated by salutary satisfaction seriously believe , before receiving absolution , that the sins are expiated by the absolution? You tell me that M. Arnauld says that the Church retains in her heart the desire that sinners might do penance according to the ancient rules , and M.