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Indulgence

issued three plenary indulgences. The first indulgence is for victims of COVID-19 and those helping them. The actions that the indulgence is attached to...

Last Update: 2021-01-27T18:57:05Z Word Count : 6652 Synonim Indulgence

Divine Mercy Sunday

suffering in purgatory. Additionally, the Roman Catholic Church grants a plenary indulgence (observing the usual rules) with the recitation of some simple prayers...

Last Update: 2021-01-12T13:39:58Z Word Count : 1905 Synonim Divine Mercy Sunday

Indulgentiarum Doctrina

common good." An indulgence is partial or plenary accordingly, as it removes either part or all of the temporal punishment due sin. Indulgences can always be...

Last Update: 2020-12-21T14:56:15Z Word Count : 1919 Synonim Indulgentiarum Doctrina

Apostolic Pardon

by the reception of absolution and the doing of penance, i.e., a plenary indulgence. The Apostolic Pardon does not forgive sins by the act of absolution;...

Last Update: 2020-12-30T21:20:21Z Word Count : 582 Synonim Apostolic Pardon

Ninety-five Theses

against what he saw as the abuse of the practice of clergy selling plenary indulgences, which were certificates believed to reduce the temporal punishment...

Last Update: 2021-02-21T01:03:44Z Word Count : 5096 Synonim Ninety-five Theses

Jubilee in the Catholic Church

great indulgence is only to be gained by the performance of conditions much more onerous than those required for an ordinary plenary indulgence. Such...

Last Update: 2021-01-15T19:42:35Z Word Count : 3622 Synonim Jubilee in the Catholic Church

Apostolic blessing

attached plenary indulgence". Priests are urged to impart it to the dying, but if a priest cannot be had, the Church grants a plenary indulgence, to be...

Last Update: 2021-01-15T19:14:38Z Word Count : 836 Synonim Apostolic blessing

Plenary

governing body Plenary council, one of various councils of the Catholic Church Plenary indulgence, a type of religious indulgence Plenary Group, an Australian...

Last Update: 2016-06-08T01:31:11Z Word Count : 117 Synonim Plenary

Urbi et Orbi

a plenary indulgence requires that a baptized Roman Catholic must also exclude any attachment to sin, even venial sin. Since 1985, this indulgence is...

Last Update: 2021-02-09T10:05:27Z Word Count : 1666 Synonim Urbi et Orbi

Portiuncula

confirmed the Portiuncula Indulgence. According to the Enchiridion Indulgentiarum, Catholic faithful may gain a plenary indulgence on 2 August (the Portiuncula)...

Last Update: 2021-01-04T09:59:49Z Word Count : 2234 Synonim Portiuncula

Nowa Wieś Reszelska

of Częstochowa Day) a Plenary Indulgence Mass is celebrated. According to a Warmia tradition, once a year a plenary indulgence mass has to be celebrated...

Last Update: 2020-12-24T17:21:59Z Word Count : 1324 Synonim Nowa Wieś Reszelska

Scala Sancta

years for every step. Pope Pius X, on 26 February 1908, conceded a plenary indulgence as often as the Stairs are devoutly ascended after Confession and...

Last Update: 2021-01-24T13:26:35Z Word Count : 1727 Synonim Scala Sancta

Station days

Outside of that day, the Church allows for the following indulgence: A plenary indulgence is granted the Christian faithful who devoutly visit one of...

Last Update: 2021-02-20T01:10:48Z Word Count : 2148 Synonim Station days

Holy Hour

Eucharistic adoration in the presence of the Blessed Sacrament. A plenary indulgence is granted for this practice. The practice is also observed in some...

Last Update: 2021-02-17T06:31:25Z Word Count : 820 Synonim Holy Hour

Prayer before a crucifix

partial indulgence if they recite the prayer after Communion before a crucifix. On the Fridays of Lent, the indulgence is a plenary indulgence. Look down...

Last Update: 2020-05-10T12:46:03Z Word Count : 298 Synonim Prayer before a crucifix

31-line Indulgence

The 31-line Indulgence is a plenary indulgence granted by Pope Nicholas V and issued in Erfurt on 22 October 1454. It is the earliest known document with...

Last Update: 2021-01-15T14:49:32Z Word Count : 579 Synonim 31-line Indulgence

Canonical coronation

an official rite was included in the Roman Pontifical, for which a plenary indulgence was also conceded to the faithful who participated in such rites....

Last Update: 2021-01-14T14:31:45Z Word Count : 1058 Synonim Canonical coronation

Holy door

for pilgrims who enter through those doors may piously gain the plenary indulgences attached with the Jubilee year celebrations. In October 2015, Pope...

Last Update: 2021-01-08T10:52:14Z Word Count : 1950 Synonim Holy door

Memorial of the Holy Guardian Angels

aforementioned requirements to receive a plenary indulgence. Following the abrogation of these indulgences, a partial indulgence is granted in the 1968 Enchiridion...

Last Update: 2021-02-03T15:52:48Z Word Count : 879 Synonim Memorial of the Holy Guardian Angels

Manaoag Church

the pilgrims are assured of the same blessings and entitlement to a plenary indulgence equal to that received when visiting a papal basilica in Rome. This...

Last Update: 2021-02-19T10:29:50Z Word Count : 1179 Synonim Manaoag Church

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Indulgence

In the teaching of the Catholic Church, an indulgence (Latin: indulgentia, from indulgeo, 'permit') is "a way to reduce the amount of punishment one has to undergo for sins". The Catechism of the Catholic Church describes an indulgence as "a remission before God of the temporal punishment due to sins whose guilt has already been forgiven, which the faithful Christian who is duly disposed gains under certain prescribed conditions through the action of the Church which, as the minister of redemption, dispenses and applies with authority the treasury of the satisfactions of Christ and all of the saints".The recipient of an indulgence must perform an action to receive it. This is most often the saying (once, or many times) of a specified prayer, but may also include the visiting of a particular place, or the performance of specific good works. Indulgences were introduced to allow for the remission of the severe penances of the early Church and granted at the intercession of Christians awaiting martyrdom or at least imprisoned for the faith. The church teaches that indulgences draw on the treasury of merit accumulated by Christ's superabundantly meritorious sacrifice on the cross and the virtues and penances of the saints. They are granted for specific good works and prayers in proportion to the devotion with which those good works are performed or prayers recited.By the late Middle Ages indulgences were used to support charities for the public good including hospitals. But the abuse of indulgences, mainly through commercialization, had become a serious problem which the Church recognized but was unable to restrain effectively. Indulgences were, from the beginning of the Protestant Reformation, a target of attacks by Martin Luther and other Protestant theologians. Eventually the Catholic Counter-Reformation curbed the excesses, but indulgences continue to play a role in modern Catholic religious life. Reforms in the 20th century largely abolished the quantification of indulgences, which had been expressed in terms of days or years. These days or years were meant to represent the equivalent of time spent in penance, although it was widely taken to mean time spent in Purgatory. The reforms also greatly reduced the number of indulgences granted for visiting particular churches and other locations.


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