Die 8vo Dec. anni ecclesiastici iam MMXI, anni civilis autem MMX, dedicavi haec bloggata et alia mea scripta ad quam vincula do ad Cor Immaculatum Mariæ eâ occasione quâ parœchia Scti Nicolai in Cardoneto renovavit dedicationem parœchiæ
Si j'ai trouvé mal de Bugeaud de brûler les champs, ça ne retombe pas sur la gloire d'avoir pris la smalah d'un certain Abd-el-Kader qui se sentait insulté par une mosquée refaite en église en revanche pour toutes les églises refaites en mosquées à l'invasion Musulmane. En plus il devint FcMc plus tard.
Et biensûr, Lyautey est le genre de militaire colonial que j'honore sans regrets.
L'Algérie aime toujours qualifier "la colonisation" en bloc comme un crime?
In the link provided, the question was stated as better answered by Roman Catholics. I am both.
St. Pius X makes communion earlier, and once gives communion to one age four.
Pius XII recognises Episcopacy as a true degree of priesthood, and episcopal consecration as a true sacrament, not a mere sacramental.
He also states that imposition of hands belongs to the form of priesthood
In condemning Feeney, he recognises that there is patristic support for "salvation outside the Church"
When Paul VI reconciles same Feeney without recantation, he recognises that there is also patristic support for "no salvation outside the Church"
Ubi Petrus, ibi ecclesia was long seen as condemning anyone outside communion with a Pope of Old Rome to non-ecclesialilty. Ubi episcopus, ibi ecclesia has been maintained:
by Pius XII ordering Catholics unable to communicate with R. C. priests to receive from Orthodox
by Lumen Gentium (Vatican II)
by Traditionalists, at least in practise, since most of them are somewhat at odds with papacy in Vatican, and most of them do not have alternative Popes: bishop Marcel Lefebvre says a bishop may oppose a legitimate but non-traditional pope, abbé de Nantes that popes who do not wish to preserve tradition, are popes materially but not formally, many - among them many feeneyites acting as if truly accepting Decretum ad Armenos as dogma - state that popes deviating from tradition are heretics and non-popes
standing has been reintroduced as a gesture or posture of prayer
communion under both species (local variation)
lately baptism through three full immersions (local variation)
lastly a few things, where the influence might go to either side:
fighting modernism in 19th C - Pius IX and Konstantin Pobodonostev are up against same kind of superidealist heretics
suffering martyrdom and persecutions in the 20th C - Communists in Russia, Mexico, Spain, East States, China; Nazis in Germany, Poland, even France; Ustashi as over Serbian minority in Croatia (which is not a traditionally R. C. or Habsburg policy in that area - the Serbians having settled peacefully under Austrian rule after Ottoman persecution)
Traditionalists opposing official Churches seen as compromising with Communism (ROCOR and other paleohimerites after Russian revolution, diverse traditionalist opposition after Vatican II)
last few years, now 21st C, lifting of excommunications between ROCOR/Patriarchate of Moscow, between Rome and FSSPX.
First Communion is by that act of Pius X dissociated from confirmation/chrismation.
Mediator Dei, by Pius XII states that the Pope has the right to any kind of liturgic remanagement, whatever the age of the devotional practise
this is put into practise by the liturgic reform of 1970, where the canon of the Mass is remade
the new offertory is a prayer of the Judaic religion, with one word or phrase added in each prayer
the Good Friday prayers for non-Catholics have been changed
in the remade liturgy the priest may face west (local variation), like the kohanim of the Old Covenant
in the remade liturgy communion has been given in the hands of faithfull under circumstances where sacrilege was to be feared and has in fact been committed (local variation)
praying with non-Christians, as in Assisi 1986 (local event, but globally announced)
women have been ordained by some "alternative Catholicisms", like the Church of Jean-Grégoire XVII (not in RCC as in communion with present day Vatican)
also not in RCC as in communion with present day Vatican: Pius XIII/Fr. Pulvermacher (elected by electronic conclave, priest and not bishop at election) has claimed to authorise another priest (also not bishop) to make any ordinations, including episcopal ones - in reversal of Pius XII's decission, if not to the letter, at least to the overtly understandable meaning
fasting discipline has been relaxed, both Eucharistic fasting (Orthodox fast from Great Vespers to communion on Sunday, R. Catholics from midnight to communion, Pius XII reduced obligatory fasting to three hours, now it is one hour; annual fasting has been reduced to two compulsory days, Ash Wednesday and Good Friday
Friday Abstinence is practised even during the Christmas days and the Bright Week, and as for fasting dispensations, none are applicable on Ash Wednesday and Good Friday
many Saints have had their days removed (St. Christopher, St. Barbara ...)
Relics and Sacred Art or Vessels or Vestments have been removed from Churches (local variation, esp. France, Netherlands, US, et c).
*Mon français dans chaque article a vocation de rester tel qu'il est, et ne pas être remanié selon les besoins éprouvés par SedContra.fr de synonymiser les verbes être et avoir au-delà de la langue parlée. Fautes de frappe ou d'oubli en orthographe sont évidemment autre chose, vu que je suis étranger./HGL
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