ENCHIRIDION INDULGENTIARUM PDF

My diocese thankfully has not yet closed churches but my archbishop has forbidden communion on the tongue. Tell your people. To gain the indulgence the usual following conditions must be met. Today, the last day of the year, you have an opportunity to obtain a plenary indulgence, under the usual conditions, by taking part in the recitation or singing of the Te Deum in a church or oratory. He received last rites and Viaticum last Monday.

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The revised Enchiridion Indulgentiarum 'Raccolta ' is a delight. It is a masterpiece of renewal in the Spirit. This thin, well bound volume, one sixth the size of its immediate predecessor, typographically attractive and very legible, is the product of the Vatican Press.

Pope Paul's Apostolic Constitution Indulgentiarum Doctrina of January 1, , among its concluding norms had enjoined that the redaction of the Enchiridion would keep only the outstanding devotional prayers and practices the Mass and Sacraments are of course not indulgenced that are still relevant to our day and which, besides encouraging a penitential spirit, would particularly foster the fervour of charity.

This edition entitled " Enchiridion Indulgentiarum-Normae et Concessiones " is a remarkable fulfillment of the Holy Father's injunction. It is especially noteworthy because of its evangelical simplicity, its emphasis on Holy Scripture and contemporary expression of Church teaching, and above all in its insistence on the supreme importance of the individual's devout, loving acts.

A plenary indulgence supposes that one's soul is entirely free from affection for sin. There is constant stress on the Holy Father's declaration that a partial indulgence is a " matching grant". The Enchiridion deals, as did its predecessors, with indulgences for all the faithful. And this is literally true.

There is special provision for the Oriental Churches, as for example with those that do not have the practice of the Rosary. The Patriarchs are empowered to indicate corresponding Oriental Marian devotions and to enrich them with the Rosary indulgences. All the indulgences are applicable to the souls in Purgatory. The concessions are distributed into two categories. The first category contains three "more general concessions".

Each of these is clearly set off in special type, simply and succinctly explained, and supported by scriptural and conciliar texts. A partial indulgence is granted to that individual among the faithful who, led by a spirit of faith, mercifully expends himself or his goods in the service of needy brethren.

A partial indulgence is granted to that individual among the faithful who, in a spirit of penance, freely abstains from something licit and pleasing to himself. The second category of concessions lists seventy devotional and penitential prayers and practices. Even this listing is simple, "democratic", and "non-scientific". The first letter of the first Latin word of the prayer or pious practice determines its place. Thus Our Lord "must take His turn", and prayers in His honour beginning with "J" come in the place of that letter of the alphabet.

Some of the seventy are sweeping in content. For example "The Use of Pious Objects" reads this way: "That individual among the faithful who devoutly uses an object of piety a crucifix or cross, a chaplet, a scapular, a medal rightly blessed by any priest, is granted a partial indulgence.

Four of the seventy are singled out for special mention. To these are attached a plenary indulgence daily. They are:. One of the "longer" of these seventy declarations has to do with the Rosary. After giving the accurate notion of this devotion as described in the liturgy, that is, that the complete Rosary embraces "all" the Christian Mysteries the Incarnation, Passion, and Exaltation of Christ , it is clearly stated that for "concessional" purposes a third part of the Rosary suffices.

Thus five decades with meditation on the series of the Joyful, the Sorrowful, or the Glorious Mysteries are noted. The Rosary's communally structured nature is accentuated by the concession of the daily plenary indulgence mentioned just above for the Rosary said in common "in church, in the family, in a religious institute, in a pious group". Among others, there is an indulgence for hearing the Word of God; for prayers to the Angels, St. Joseph, the Saints; for the Souls in Purgatory; for the catechetical apostolate; for mental prayer; for prayers for Church unity; for the Sign of the Cross; for prayers to the Holy Spirit; for the acts of faith, hope, love and contrition; for the Miserere ; for a spiritual communion; for a monthly day of recollection; for prayers for the Holy Father; for various episcopal and parochial acts; for prayers for vocations.

There follows a two-page helpful appendix of examples of scriptural prayers. A useful Index closes the work. This collection replaces all other general concessions, and at times adjusts the Code of Canon Law. The Decree opening the volume and making these declarations is fittingly dated the close of the Holy Year of Faith, June L'Osservatore Romano is the newspaper of the Holy See.

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Sparks, O. The second more general concession has to do with works of mercy to the needy and reads: A partial indulgence is granted to that individual among the faithful who, led by a spirit of faith, mercifully expends himself or his goods in the service of needy brethren.

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The Enchiridion of Indulgences

Decree upon the republication of the Enchiridion Indulgentiarum. This reviews the nature of an indulgence, and exhorts the faithful to make use of indulgences to grow closer to God. The Church granted some new indulgences in the Enchiridion, including a public witness of faith, the consecration of families, communion in prayer with the universal Church, and Eucharistic processions. Catholics ought to read the Enchiridion in order to be aware of the countless opportunities to gain various indulgences. Apostolic Penitentiary Decree Fourth Edition Of The 'Enchiridion Indulgentiarum' The merits, infinite in value, of Jesus Christ, the Divine Redeemer of the human race, and those of the Blessed Virgin Mary and of all the Saints, which flow superabundantly from them, are the unfailing treasury of Christ's Church and have been entrusted to her, so that they may be applied to the remission of sins and the consequences of sin, by virtue of the power of binding and loosing which the Founder of the Church himself conferred on Peter and the other Apostles, and through them on their successors, the Supreme Pontiffs and Bishops. This remission is given primarily, and in the case of mortal sins necessarily, through the sacrament of Reconciliation.

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The New Enchiridion Indulgentiarum

The revised Enchiridion Indulgentiarum 'Raccolta ' is a delight. It is a masterpiece of renewal in the Spirit. This thin, well bound volume, one sixth the size of its immediate predecessor, typographically attractive and very legible, is the product of the Vatican Press. Pope Paul's Apostolic Constitution Indulgentiarum Doctrina of January 1, , among its concluding norms had enjoined that the redaction of the Enchiridion would keep only the outstanding devotional prayers and practices the Mass and Sacraments are of course not indulgenced that are still relevant to our day and which, besides encouraging a penitential spirit, would particularly foster the fervour of charity. This edition entitled " Enchiridion Indulgentiarum-Normae et Concessiones " is a remarkable fulfillment of the Holy Father's injunction. It is especially noteworthy because of its evangelical simplicity, its emphasis on Holy Scripture and contemporary expression of Church teaching, and above all in its insistence on the supreme importance of the individual's devout, loving acts. A plenary indulgence supposes that one's soul is entirely free from affection for sin.

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The doctrine and practice of indulgences which have been in force for many centuries in the Catholic Church have a solid foundation in divine revelation 1 which comes from the Apostles and "develops in the Church with the help of the Holy Spirit," while "as the centuries succeed one another the Church constantly moves forward toward the fullness of divine truth until the words of God reach their complete fulfillment in her. For an exact understanding of this doctrine and of its beneficial use it is necessary, however, to remember truths which the entire Church illumined by the Word of God has always believed and which the bishops, the successors of the Apostles, and first and foremost among them the Roman Pontiffs, the successors of Peter, have taught by means of pastoral practice as well as doctrinal documents throughout the course of centuries to this day. It is a divinely revealed truth that sins bring punishments inflicted by God's sanctity and justice. These must be expiated either on this earth through the sorrows, miseries and calamities of this life and above all through death, 3 or else in the life beyond through fire and torments or "purifying" punishments. These punishments are imposed by the just and merciful judgment of God for the purification of souls, the defense of the sanctity of the moral order and the restoration of the glory of God to its full majesty.

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