A History of the So-called Jansenist Church of Holland

by John M. Neale

Publisher: Apocryphile Press

Written in English
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  • Christianity - History - General,
  • Christianity - Protestant,
  • Religion,
  • Religion - Church History,
  • Religion - Denominations - Religions
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Number of Pages428
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Open LibraryOL8590139M
ISBN 100977146103
ISBN 109780977146109
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A History of the So-Called Jansenist Church of Holland: With a Sketch of its Earlier Annals, and Some Account of the Brothers of the Common Life (Oxford and London: J. Henry and J. Parker, ), by J. M. Neale (HTML at ) Filed under: Society of Friends -- Netherlands. Laboring in relative obscurity, Neale turned out a prodigious number of books and artic1es on liturgy and church history, including A History of the So-Called Jansenist Church of Holland (); an account of the Roman Catholic Church of Utrecht and its break from Rome in the s; and his scholarly Essays on Liturgiology and Church History ). Injurious as Jansenism was to religion and the Church in France, it did not there lead to schism properly so called. The same does not hold good of the Dutch Low Countries, which the most important or most deeply implicated of the sectaries had long made their meeting place, finding there welcome and safety. The Old Catholic Source Book, Garland Publishing, Inc. New York, NY. J.M. Neale. A History of the So-Called Jansenist Church of Holland, , John Henry and James Parker, Oxford and London. Republished by AMS PRESS INC. New York, NY. Karl Pruter. Bishops Extraordinary, St.

1 John Mason Neale, A History of the So-Called Jansenist Church of Holland (Oxford: John Henry and Ja ; 2 See Christopher Schuler, The Mathew Affair: the Failure to Establish an Old Catholic Church in Engl ; 2 Anglican influence on Old Catholic liturgy is relatively recent and is the fruit of growing cooperation between the two communions. Mutual relations between the Anglican Author: David R. Holeton, Petr Jan Vinš. Chapter 17 Old Catholic Churches. Fr. John A. Hardon, S.J. “that the five propositions were taken from the book of the aforementioned Cornelius Jansenius, History of the So-Called Jansenist Church of Holland, pp. Theodore Andrews, The Polish National Church, London,   In the Jansenist church of Utrecht, numbering about 5, members, formally joined the Old Catholics. — See Leydecker, Historia Jansenismi (Utrecht, ); Lucchesini, Historia Polemica Jansenismi (3 vols., Rome, ); Tregelles, “The Jansenists” (London, ); and the Rev. J. M. Neale, “History of the so-called Jansenist Church. The Jansenist body of Holland, numbering at present about six thousand, have maintained their separate ecclesiastical organisation until the present day. They resisted the establishment of the hierarchy in Holland (), opposed the definition of Papal Infallibility, and allied themselves definitely with the old Catholic movement in Germany.

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The history text, `A History of the So-Called Jansenist Church of Holland' by the Rev. J.M. Neale, was first published by Oxford in The volume available today is a reprint by the AMS Press in New York, who have reprinted many out-of-print texts in history and church topics that would otherwise be unavailable, and perhaps forgotten.4/5(2).

A History of the So-Called Jansenist Church of Holland; with a Sketch of Its Earlier Annals, And some Account of the Brothers of the Common Life. By the Rev. J.M. Neale, M.A. Oxford: John Henry and James Parker, [] CHAPTER XIV. SECOND COUNCIL OF UTRECHT. DEATH OF ARCHBISHOP MEINDAERTS. A.D.

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"Utrecht is the head-quarters of the Jansenists, a sect of dissenters from the Roman Catholic Church, who object to the Bull of Pope Alexander VII condemning as heretical certain doctrines of Jansenius, Bishop of Ypres.

They scarcely exist in any number, except in Holland, where they are now reduced to five thousand." -from the Preface The Old Catholic churches have branches.

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Henry and J. Parker, - Jansenists - pages. The church is sometimes called the Ancient Catholic Church, the Church of Utrecht (Ultrajectine Church) or the Dutch Roman Catholic Church of the Old Episcopal Order.

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J.M. Neale, A History of the So-Called Jansenist Church of Holland, Apocryphile Press, This book tells the story of Utrecht which is the headquarters of the Jansenists, a sect of dissenters from the Roman Catholic, who object to the Bull of Pope Alexander VII condemning as heretical certain doctrines of Jansenius, Bishop of Ypres.

A HISTORY of the So-Called Jansenist CHURCH OF HOLLAND with A Sketch of its Early Annals, and some account. of the BROTHERS OF THE COMMON LIFE. by Rev. Neale, M.A. author of the "History of the Holy Eastern Church,". History of the so-called jansenist church of holland Users without a subscription are not able to see the full content.

Please, subscribe or login to access all content. History of the so-called Jansenist church of Holland; with a sketch of its earlier annals, and some account of the Brothers of the common life. Oxford; London: John Henry and James Parker. hdl/mdp OCLC The Old Catholic Church: A History and Chronology (The Autocephalous Orthodox Churches, No.

Karl Pruter Classification: Independent Catholic. Moss' first inspiration to study the phenomenon of Old Catholicism came from a foundational book of my own in this regard, the text 'History of the So-Called Jansenist Church of Holland'.

This book, published in the s, describes some of the earliest issues that led to a separate but Catholic church in Holland; this group later formed 4/5(5). Neale: A History of the so-called Jansenist Church of Holland, etc., London, Neale visited the Old Catholics in Holland inand predicted for them happier days.

Nippold: 'Die altkatholische Kirche des Erzbisthums Utrecht. Geschichtl. Parallele zur altkathol. Gemeindebildung in Deutschland, Heidelberg, [3] J.M. Neale, M.A., A History of the So-Called Jansenist Church of Holland; with a Sketch of Its Earlier Annals, And some Account of the Brothers of the Common Life (Oxford: John Henry and James Parker, ), Chapter VII, paragr page Neale, J.

A History of the So-Called Jansenist Church of Holland. Berkeley: Apocryphile Press, Ratzinger, Cardinal Joseph, Dominus Jesus. Author of Abnormal psychology, Science and behavior, The early window, Case studies in abnormal psychology, A History of the So-called Jansenist Church of Holland, Contemporary readings in psychopathology, Study guide [to accompany] Abnormal psychology, 9th ed., Davison, Neale, Kring, Abnormal psychology ; instructor's resource manual.

The History of the Holy Eastern Church offers readers with a masterful and invaluable introduction to the history, theology, piety, and worship of the Eastern Orthodox Church.

The Rev. John Mason Neale, himself sympathetic to the Oxford movement, does a wonderful job of not only introducing the Orthodox Church to the English-speaking world (at a time when it was little more than a.

He also published An Introduction to the History of the Holy Eastern Church (, 2 vols.); History of the so-called Jansenist Church of Holland (); Essays on Liturgiology and Church History (); and many other works.

He was also a contributor to the Christmas hymn “Good Christian Men, Rejoice,” as well as the Boxing Day carol of “Good King Wenceslas.” His most popular historical works include History of the Holy Eastern Church and History of the so-called Jansenist Church of Holland.

He is commemorated by both the Anglican churches (August 7) and. My research includes studying material in the Archives in Utrecht. Yes he relies heavily on C. Moss' "The Old Catholic Movement" for his historical research (he should have also consulted J.

Neale's "A History of the So-Called Jansenist Church of Holland) both which have described what led to what began the Old Catholic Church/5(11). A History of the So-Called Jansenist Church of Holland: With a Sketch of Its Earlier Annals, and Some Account of the Brothers of the Common Life John Mason Neale $ - $ Laboring in relative obscurity, Neale turned out a prodigious number of books and artic1es on liturgy and church history, including A History of the So-Called Jansenist Church of Holland (); an account of the Roman Catholic Church of Utrecht and its break from Rome in the s; and his scholarly Essays on Liturgiology and Church History().The Old Catholic Church is a community of Christian churches.

Many of these were German-speaking churches which split from the Roman Catholic Church in the s because of the promulgation of the dogma of Papal Infallibility as promoted by the First Vatican Council of –The term 'Old Catholic' was first used in to describe the members of the See .