In Inter corporalia, he claimed that as the Vicar of Jesus Christ, only the Roman Pontiff could remove or transfer bishops, because he acted not with human, but with divine power and authority reserved for the Roman Pontiff alone: Non enim humana sed potius divina potestate conjugium spirituale dissolvitur, cum per translationem, vel depositionem auctoritate Romani Pontificis quem constat esse vicarium Jesu Christiepiscopus ab ecclesia removetur: For it is not by human but rather divine power that spiritual marriage is dissolved, when as by translation or cession by the authority of the Bishop of Rome Whom it is known to be the Vicar of Jesus Christ a Bishop is removed from his Church: These three are reserved to the Roman Pontiff alone—not so much by Canonical institution as by Divine institution.
Eugenio Pacelli at the age of six in Together with his brother Francesco and his two sisters, Giuseppina and Elisabetta, he grew up in the Parione district in the centre of Rome.
Soon after the family had moved to Via Vetrina in he began school at the convent of the French Sisters of Divine Providence in the Piazza Fiammetta. The family worshipped at Chiesa Nuova. Eugenio and the other children made their First Communion at this church and Eugenio served there as an altar boy from In too he was sent to the private school of Professor Giuseppe Marchi, close to the Piazza Venezia.
He was also enrolled at the State University, La Sapienza where he studied modern languages and history. At the end of the first academic year however, in the summer ofhe dropped out of both the Capranica and the Gregorian University.
According to his sister Elisabetta, the food at the Capranica was to blame. In he completed his education in Sacred Theology with a doctoral degree awarded on the basis of a short dissertation and an oral examination in Latin.
He received his first assignment as a curate at Chiesa Nuova. By Pacelli received his doctorate. The theme of his thesis was the nature of concordats and the function of canon law when a concordat falls into abeyance. Promoted to the position of minutante, he prepared digests of reports that had been sent to the Secretariat from all over the world and in the same year became a papal chamberlain.
In he received the title domestic prelate. Pius X died on 20 August His successor Benedict XV named Gasparri as secretary of state and Gasparri took Pacelli with him into the Secretariat of State, making him undersecretary.
After his consecration, Eugenio Pacelli left for Bavaria. As there was no nuncio to Prussia or Germany at the time, Pacelli was, for all practical purposes, the nuncio to all of the German Empire.
Once in Munichhe conveyed the papal initiative to end the war to German authorities. However, Bethmann-Hollweg was forced to resign and the German High Command, hoping for a military victory, delayed the German reply until 20 September.
Sister Pascalina later recalled that the Nuncio was heartbroken that the Kaiser turned "deaf ear to all his proposals". She later wrote, "Thinking back today on that time, when we Germans still all believed that our weapons would be victorious and the Nuncio was deeply sorry that the chance had been missed to save what there was to save, it occurs to me over and over again how clearly he foresaw what was to come.
Monsignor Schioppa, the uditore, was left in Munich. Pale, dirty, with drugged eyes, vulgar, repulsive Despite their demands, however, Pacelli refused to leave his post.
In Berlin, Pacelli was Dean of the Diplomatic Corps and active in diplomatic and many social activities.
Paul von HindenburgGustav Stresemannand other members of the Cabinet were regular guests.Ecclesiastical Approbation. In Today's Catholic World carries the approbation in writing of the (True) Petrine Hierarchy in exile i.e., connected with Pope Gregory initiativeblog.com faithfully adheres to the rules for Catholic Journals mandated by Leo XIII in the Apostolic Constitution Officiorum ac Munerum, January 25, - so heavily re-stressed by Pius X in Pascendi Dominici Gregis, September 8, The History of Eucharistic Adoration by Fr.
John A. Hardon, S. J. The History of Eucharistic Adoration Development of Doctrine in the Catholic Church by John A. Hardon, S.J.
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