PIUS IX 1846-1878

“Syllabus,” or Collection of Modern Errors *

[Excerpted from various Allocutions, Encyclicals, Epistles of PIUS IX, together with (the above quoted) Bull, “Quanta cure,” edited Dec. 8, 1864]

  1. Index of the Acts of Pius IX, from which the Syllabus is excerpted

 

1700 1. The Encyclical Letter, “Qui pluribus,” Nov. 9, 1846 (to this are referred the propositions of the Syllabus 4–7, 16]. 40, 63).

 

  1. The Allocution, “Quisque vestrum,” Oct. 4,1847 (Prop. 63).

 

  1. The Allocution, “Ubi primum,” Dec. 17, 1847 (Prop. 16].

 

  1. The Allocution, “Quibus quantisque,” Apr. 20, 1849 (Prop. 40, 64,76).

 

  1. The Encyclical Letter, “Nostis et Nobiscum,” Dec. 8, 1849 (Prop.

 

  1. The Allocution, “Si semper antea,” May 20, 1850 (Prop. 76).

 

  1. The Allocution, “In consistoriali,” Nov. 1, 1850 (Prop. 43, 45).

 

  1. The Condemnation, “Multiplices inter,” June 10, 1851 (Prop. 15, 21,23, 30, 51, 54, 68)9. The Condemnation, “Ad apostolicae,” Aug. 22, 1851 (Prop. 24, 25, 34 36, 38, 41, 42, 65 67, 69–75).

 

  1. The Allocution, “Quibus luctuosissimis,” Sept. 5, 1851 (Prop. 45).

 

  1. Letter to the KING of Sardinia, Sept. 9, 1852 (Prop. 73).

 

  1. The Allocution, “Acerbissimum,” Sept. 27, 1852 (Prop. 31, 51, 53, 55, 67, 73,74, 78).

 

  1. The Allocution, “Singular) quadam,” Dec. 9, 1854 (Prop. 8, 17, 19).

 

  1. The Allocution, “Probe memineritis,” Jan. 22,1855 (Prop. 53).

 

  1. The Allocution, “Cum saepe,” July 26, 1855 (Prop. 53). 16]

 

  1. The Allocution, “Nemo vestrum,” July 26, 1855 (Prop. 77).

 

  1. The Encyclical Letter, “Singular) quidem,” Mar. 17., 1856 (Prop.4, 16].).

 

  1. The Allocution, “Nunquam fore,” Dec. (15), 1856 (Prop. 26, 28, 29, 31, 46, 50, 52, 79).

 

  1. The Letter, “Eximiam tuam,” to the Archbishop of Cologne, June 15, 1857 (Prop. 14 NB)

 

  1. The Apostolic Letter, “Cum catholica Ecclesia,” Mar. 26,1860 (Prop. 63, 76 NB)

 

  1. The Letter, “Dolore haud mediocri,” to the Bishop of Wratislava (Breslau), Apr. 30, 1860 (Prop. 14 NB).

 

  1. The Allocution, “Novos et ante,” Sept. 28, 1860 (Prop. 19, 62,76, NB).

 

  1. The Allocution, “Multis gravibusque,” Dec. 17., 1860 (Prop 37, 43,73).

 

  1. The Allocution, “Iamdudum cernimus,” Mar. 18, 1861, (Prop. 37, 61,76, NB, 80).

 

  1. The Allocution, “Meminit unusquisque,” Sept. 30, 1861 (Prop. 20).

 

  1. The Allocution, “Maxima quidem,” June 9, 1862 (Prop. 1–7, (15),19, 27, 39, 44, 49, 56–60, 76, NB)

 

  1. The Letter, “Gravissimas inter,” to the Archbishop of Munich-Freising, Dec. II, 1862 (Prop. 9–11).

 

  1. The Encyclical Letter, “Quanto conficiamur moerore,” Aug. 10, 1863 (Prop. 17., 58).

 

  1. The Encyclical Letter, “Incredibili,” Sept. 17., 1863 (Prop. 26).

 

  1. The Letter, “Tuas libenter,” to the Archbishop of Munich-Freising,

 

Dec. 21, 1863 (Prop. 9, 10, 12–14,, 22, 33).

 

  1. The Letter, “Cum non sine,” to the Archbishop of Friburg, July14, 1864 (Prop. 47,48).

 

  1. The Letter, “Singularis Nobisque,” to the Bishop of Montreal (?), Sept. 29, 1864 (Prop. 32).

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