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... fitted and ready for the sin of lust , when any occasion is offered ; and because
this vice arises from the effeminacy of a mind unwilling to sustain the attack even
of the least temptation , therefore some not improperly render llagos effeminacy .
... word is derived from βλαπτείν την onunu , injuring or disparaging the fame of
another by reproachful and evil words . This word in its primary and principal
signification in the Holy Scriptures , imports a derogation or injury by words
offered to ...
1 , has this passage , If any one of the clergy shall have offered reproach or
contumely to his bishop , let him be suspended . And Caus . 6 , quæst . 1 , Let the
calumniators and revilers of their brethren be held infamous ( Cap . infames ) .
15 , plainly asserts , that children are not to be received into monasteries unless
they shall be offered by their parents . Bellarmin answers , that is to be
understood of children under age alone ; that is , males before their fourteenth
year , and ...
What Bellarmin premises of his own is false , that Ambrose spake of those virgins
who offered of themselves against the will of their parents , and reproved their
parents , not them . For Ambrose speaks of a certain father who had vowed the ...
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