Decretales sentence example
- Towards the end of the 11th century, under the 1 The collection of the False Decretals has been published with a long critical introduction by P. Hinschius, Decretales PseudoIsidorianae et capitula Angilramni (Leipzig, 1863).
- Decretales, quae vulgo nuncupantur Liber septimus Decretalium Clementis VIII.
- - The best edition is that of P. Hinschius, Decretales pseudo-Isidorianae et capitula Angilramni (Leipzig, 1863).
- It is he who pointed out the connexion with the forgeries of Le Mans); especially Paul Fournier, "La Question des fausses decretales," in the Nouvelle Revue historique de droit fran.
- ii.; " Etude sur les fausses decretales," in Revue d'histoire ecclesiastique de Louvain (1906, 1907), to which the above article is greatly indebted.Advertisement
- DECRETALS (Epistolae decretales), the name (see Decree above), which is given in Canon Law to those letters of the pope which formulate decisions in ecclesiastical law; they are generally given in answer to consultations, but are sometimes due to the initiative of the popes.
- Within these limits, three different theories have successively arisen: "At first it was thought that Isidore's domicile could be fixed in the province of Mainz, it is now about fifty years ago that the balance of opinion was turned in favour of the province of Reims; and now, after the lapse of about twenty years, several authors have suggested the province of Tours" (P. Fournier, Etude sur les Fausses Decretales).