L'Eglise Aristotelicienne Romaine The Roman and Aristotelic Church Index du Forum L'Eglise Aristotelicienne Romaine The Roman and Aristotelic Church
Forum RP de l'Eglise Aristotelicienne du jeu en ligne RR
Forum RP for the Aristotelic Church of the RK online game
 
Lien fonctionnel : Le DogmeLien fonctionnel : Le Droit Canon
 FAQFAQ   RechercherRechercher   Liste des MembresListe des Membres   Groupes d'utilisateursGroupes d'utilisateurs   S'enregistrerS'enregistrer 
 ProfilProfil   Se connecter pour vérifier ses messages privésSe connecter pour vérifier ses messages privés   ConnexionConnexion 

[1466] Eglise Aristotélicienne / Aristotelic Church
Aller à la page Précédente  1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6
 
Poster un nouveau sujet   Répondre au sujet    L'Eglise Aristotelicienne Romaine The Roman and Aristotelic Church Index du Forum -> Chancellerie Pontificale – Pontificia Cancellariae – Papal Chancellery -> Textes et discours officiels – Official texts and speeches
Voir le sujet précédent :: Voir le sujet suivant  
Auteur Message
Policarpo



Inscrit le: 16 Avr 2013
Messages: 1294

MessagePosté le: Lun Nov 26, 2018 7:18 pm    Sujet du message: Répondre en citant

Citation:





    Réintegration de Verhena de Montfort


    Nous, Cardinaux de la Sainte Église Aristotélicienne rassemblés dans le Sacré-Collège, au nom du Pape Innocent VIII et sous le regard d'Aristote,


    Avons statué et ordonné, et par notre présent édit perpétuel et définitif, disons, statuons et ordonnons la réintégration de Verhena de Montfort à la communauté des fidèles. Après avoir étudié sa repentance, débattu et voté, nous avons décidé que le moment était venu pour l'Église d'ouvrir à nouveau ses bras à la pénitente qui, en dernière pénitence, se confessera au Cardinal Inquisiteur Francophone et priera une heure dans chaque église de son diocèse.
    Après cette dernière pénitence, son excommunication sera levée et elle redeviendra membre à part entière de la communauté aristotélicienne.


    Ad Maiorem Dei Gloriam



    Pour le Sacré-Collège des Cardinaux,
    Alfonso Augusto di Foscari Widmann d'Ibelin, Cardinal-Archidiacre de Rome.




    Donné à Rome le XV jour du X mois de l'An de Grâce MCDLXVI.




Citation:

    DÉCLARATION D'ABJURATION ET DE PROFESSION DE FOI DE VERHENA DE MONTFORT.



    A Sa Sainteté le Très Sainct Père, souverain pontife, suprême autorité terrestre,
    A la Congrégation de la Très Saincte Inquisition,
    A Quiconque lira ou se fera lire,
    Salut.


    Moi, Verhena de Montfort ,

    Parait en ce jour à la face du monde et à l'universalité des fidèles réunis en la Très Sainte Eglise Aristotélicienne et Romaine en très contrit, trop obéissant, vachement pénitent et vraiment vraiment repentant pécheur.

    Ne pouvant supporter davantage les ténèbres dans lesquelles me maintient mon éloignement de la Vrai Foi dû a mon excommunication
    Conscient de mes actes passés
    Désireux de racheter mon faux pas et d'entrer dans l'éclatante pureté de la Grâce Divine

    Affirme publiquement en ce jour avoir abjuré mes inconséquences à l'origine de ma très condamnable conduite, qui ne sont qu'erreurs m'ayant mené à la faute suprême vouant mon âme dans l'Enfer lunaire. Ainsi je souhaite me repentir de mes torts, transgressions devant le Très-Haut au travers de Sa Très Sainte Eglise Aristotélicienne et romaine.


    Je déclare et reconnais devant tous :


    Que l'Eglise a été instituée par le messie Christos, prophète du Créateur, et que Sa Sainteté le Pape est son successeur à la tête de l'Eglise et dans la charge de représenter Dieu sur Terre.
    Que l'Eglise fut bâtie avec les apôtres dont les successeurs sont les évêques et les cardinaux de la Très Saincte Eglise aristotélicienne, ainsi que Christos avait prévu et voulu qu'il soit.
    Qu'il n'existe, en vertu de cette succession apostolique, qu'une et universelle Eglise aristotélicienne seule détentrice du ministère divin, pour la promotion, la diffusion et l'application de la volonté divine. Qu'elle est indivisible, et qu'aucune autre église ne peut prétendre être aristotélicienne.
    Que le Livre des Vertus est la base du dogme aristotélicien et de la saincte doctrine de l'Eglise; que le dogme est incontestable, inaliénable, indivisible et impérissable.

    Que le Salut des âmes s'assure par une vie vertueuse ainsi qu'enseignée par le clergé, et par l'entremise de ses sacrements.


    Attendu la reconnaissance publique de mes fautes et péchés.
    Attendu que j'affirme avoir pleinement conscience de leurs conséquences,
    Attendu que je crois et professe ma conviction en la Vérité de la Révélation divine et en l'Eglise chargée de la garder :
    Je déclare implorer Dieu de bien vouloir pardonner mes transgressions, et le tribunal de la Très Sainte Inquisition d'examiner mon abjuration et mon souhait sincère de faire partie de la Communauté des Fidèles aristotéliciens et de me trouver, dès à présent et à jamais en état de grâce, si Dieu le veut.
    Puisse le Très-Haut guider désormais mes pas, et faire descendre Sa miséricorde sur ma personne.



    Rédigé à Rome le 2 Octobre 1466.

    Verhena_de_Montfort


    Sous la direction de Son Eminence Estevan de Mortelane, Vice Chancelier de la Sainte Inquisition
    Bienveillant garant de la conformité de la présente déclaration au dogme, à la doctrine, et au droit canon





_________________
His Excellency the Most Reverend Monsignor Prof. Dr. theol. Policarpo von Wittelsbach
Bishop of Würzburg
Archabbot of the Abbey of Heiligenbronn
President and Prefect of the Roman Regular Chapter
Revenir en haut de page
Voir le profil de l'utilisateur Envoyer un message privé
Policarpo



Inscrit le: 16 Avr 2013
Messages: 1294

MessagePosté le: Lun Nov 26, 2018 7:18 pm    Sujet du message: Répondre en citant

Citation:

........
    Constitutiones Reatinæ
    On the State of the Teutonic Order and the Teutonic Nobility




    I. Generalities

    Article 1: By the Golden Bull of Rimini in 1226 and the Papal Bull of Rieti in 1234, by the successive confirmations of the Popes and by the weight of the history and centuries which founded the legitimacy of the Ordo Sanctæ Mariæ Theutonicorum Hierosolymitanorum, the Holy See recognizes the sovereignty of the said Aristotelian Order on the Prussian lands in north-eastern Europe, around the Baltic sea, that compose the Civitas Ordinis Theutonici, under vassalage to the Successor of Saint Titus.

    Article 2: Pope Gregory IX, who issued the first Papal Bull of Rieti Pietati proximum, confirmed and stated that the Prussian lands held by the Ordo Sanctæ Mariæ Theutonicorum Hierosolymitanorum, more commonly known as the Teutonic Order, were subject only to the Pope. The lands of the Civitas Ordinis Theutonici, also refereed as the Ordensstaat, were not part of any other secular or ecclesiastical state. Since that time, the Teutonic Order and the Ordensstaat are and have remained vassal of His Holiness the Pope. The Holy See recognizes the sovereignty of the Civitas Ordinis Theutonici, which is independent of any other states, as a vassal state of the Pope.

    Article 3: The Civitas Ordinis Theutonici ranks as a Sovereign Principality.

      Article 3.1: The legislative and executive power, within the Civitas Ordinis Theutonici, is held by the General Kapitel.

      Article 3.2: The power of internal and high justice, within the Civitas Ordinis Theutonici, is held by the Ritterkreis, unless the crime falls under the Tribunal of the Holy Armies, the Tribunal of the Holy Inquisition or any other Church Jurisdiction.

      Article 3.3: The power of low justice, within the Civitas Ordinis Theutonici, is held by the local nobles.

      Article 3.4: The power of extraordinary justice, within the Civitas Ordinis Theutonici, is held by the Congregation for the Holy Inquisition according to the Canon Law, unless the crime falls under any other Church Jurisdiction.

    Article 4: The lands of the Ordensstaat are divided into nine Governorships. This division of the territory is based in part on the Papal Bull of Rieti. The lands are subdivided as follows:

    • The Duchy of Königsberg
    • The Marsh of Samland
    • The Marsh of Angerburg
    • The Marsh of Memel
    • The County of Allenstein
    • The County of Bartenstein
    • The County of Braunsberg
    • The County of Insterburg
    • The County of Tilsit

    Article 5: The Civitas Ordinis Theutonici bears and reserves the use of the coat of arms described as: Silver, a Sable Latin Cross.

    Article 6: The Civitas Ordinis Theutonici and the Teutonic Order use and reserve the motto Deus Manum Ducit.

    Article 7: The anthem of the Civitas Ordinis Theutonici is known as the Palästinalied, in honour of its history.

    Article 8: The Civitas Ordinis Theutonici acknowledges the titles and ranks, in the order of precedence, of: Pope, Emperor, King, Prince, Duke, Marquis, Count, Viscount, Baron, Lord, Baronet, Knight and Squire.

    Article 9: Any and all title of nobility, granted by the Order or the Civitas Ordinis Theutonici, only possess value and legitimacy if it is registered in the official Roll of Arms of the Teutonic Nobility in the Pontifical Colleges of Heraldry and countersigned by the Grand Officer Herald.

    Article 10: There exist two different orders of nobility within the Civitas Ordinis Theutonici, which are the Batchelor Order and the Junker Order.


    II. The Teutonic Nobility


    A) The Batchelor Order


    Article 1: The Batchelor Order includes the unlanded Knights and Squires of the Order.

    Article 2: The Knight of the Batchelor Order is, by custom, called a Ritter. Although unlanded, he receives the right to bear arms using the ancient pointed escutcheon.

    Article 3: The Knight of the Batchelor Order is, by custom and by the internal rules of the Order, Knighted by its respective Linguistic Grand Master. The Linguistic Grand Masters can only Knight four candidates per mandate.

    Article 4: The Squire of the Batchelor Order is, by custom, called a Schildknappe. Unlanded, he only receives the right to use the title of Squire and to bear the Squire torsade.

    Article 5: The Squire of the Batchelor Order is, by custom and by the internal rules of the Order, chosen as the personal helper of a Knight. There can only be one Squire per Knight.

    Article 6: The members of the Batchelor Order, while not possessing any land, pronounce an oath of prime allegiance towards his Holiness the Pope every year, through there respective Linguistic Grand Masters.

    Article 7: The Knights of the Batchelor Order are members valued very highly in the Order and, as such, have precedence over all the nobles who are part of the Junker Order. This exceptional rule is only applicable during internal Teutonic ceremonies or affairs.


    b) The Junker Order

    Article 8: The Junker Order regroups the landed nobility owning at least one fief located within the Ordensstaat.

    Article 9: The Junker Order regroups the landed and unlanded vassals of the nine Governorships.

    Article 10: Each Governorship is governed by a full member of the Order, preferably a Ritter, elected by the General Kapitel. Upon election, they pronounce an oath in front of the General Kapitel, swearing fealty to the Order and a prime allegiance to his Holiness the Pope. The Governor possesses a landed title, a crown, and a unique coat of arms.

    Article 11: The vassal Burgrave of the Ordensstaat is, by custom, called a Burggraf (Castle Count). The Burgrave is a Knight of the Batchelor Order who receives the task of holding and defending a Castle of the Ordensstaat. As such, the Burgrave has no vassals.

      Article 11.1: There exist only six strategic Castles in the Ordensstaat. These Castles, attributed to a Burgrave, are only found in the following Governorships:

      • The Duchy of Königsberg: Rastenburg and Loetzen
      • The Marsh of Angerburg: Nordenburg
      • The Marsh of Memel: Windenburg
      • The County of Allenstein: Hohenstein
      • The County of Insterburg: Georgenburg

      Article 11.2: The vassal Burgrave pronounce an oath in front of the liege Governor, swearing fealty to the Civitas Ordinis Theutonici and a prime allegiance to his Holiness the Pope. Vassal Burgraves are ennobled upon the decision of the local Governor or, if none have been appointed, by the General Kapitel. The vassal Burgrave possesses a landed title, a crown, and a unique coat of arm.

    Article 12: Each Governorship is divided into vassal Baronies. Vassal Barons pronounce an oath in front of the liege Governor, swearing fealty to the Ordensstaat and a prime allegiance to his Holiness the Pope. Vassal Barons are ennobled upon the decision of the local Governor or, if none has been appointed, by the General Kapitel. The vassal Baron possesses a landed title, a crown, and a unique coat of arms. A vassal Baron, to be ennobled, must be a full member of the Order.

    Article 13: Each vassal Barony is divided into vassal Baronetcies. Vassal Baronets pronounce an oath in front of the liege Baron, swearing fealty to the Order and a prime allegiance to his Holiness the Pope. Vassal Baronets are ennobled upon the decision of the local Baron or, if none has been appointed, by the local Governor. The General Kapitel can appoint Baronets in vacant Governorships. The vassal Baronet possesses a title and a crown, but no specific coat of arms. A vassal Baronet, to be ennobled, must be a recognized friend of the Order.

    Article 14: Four of the nine Governorships are administered directly by the four Linguistic Branches of the Order. As such, the attribution of titles for those Governorships is done in accordance with the present rules and the internal rules of each Linguistic Branch.

      Article 14.1: The Duchy of Königsberg is the seat of the General Kapitel and of the German linguistic branch of the Order. As such, the Governorships of Königsberg cannot be attributed and used to ennoble a member of the Order into the Junker Order. Instead, the administration of the land is given to the Landmeister of Prussia, elected according to internal rules. The vassal lands and titles, included inside the Governorship of Königsberg, can be attributed freely by the German Linguistic Branch according to the present and internal rules.

      Article 14.2: The County of Bartenstein is governed by the Dutch Linguistic Branch. The administration of the land is given to the Dutch Grand Master, elected according to internal rules. The vassal lands and titles, included inside the Governorship of Bartenstein, can be attributed freely by the Dutch Linguistic Branch according to the present and internal rules.

      Article 14.3: The County of Insterburg is governed by the Italian Linguistic Branch. The administration of the land is given to the Italian Grand Master, elected according to internal rules. The vassal lands and titles, included inside the Governorship of Insterburg, can be attributed freely by the Italian Linguistic Branch according to the present and internal rules.

      Article 14.4: The County of Tilsit is governed by the French Linguistic Branch. The administration of the land is given to the French Grand Master, elected according to internal rules. The vassal lands and titles, included inside the Governorship of Tilsit, can be attributed freely by the French Linguistic Branch according to the present and internal rules.

    Article 15: The five other Governorships, which are attributed for life upon members of the Order according to the article II-B-10, must follow the rules of ennoblement found in the articles II-B-11 and II-B-12 when attributing titles.

    Article 16: These nine Governorships are vassals of the Ordensstaat. The Prinzregent is embodied by the General Kapitel of the Order, acting as the direct vassal of the Pope through collegiality. A representative is named by the General Kapitel to come swear allegiance to the Pope in Rome, but he is not allowed to wear the coat of arms of the Ordensstaat to prevent usurpation of the executive power.

    Article 17: The General Kapitel can request changes to the rules of ennoblement for the Ordensstaat at any time, upon a vote by an absolute majority of members contained in all Linguistic Chapters.


    III. The feudal system of the Teutonic Order

    Article 1: Vassalage is a personal bond of dependence between two persons of noble condition, one occupying a higher position while the other occupies a lower rank. The first is called the suzerain, or liege lord, and the second is called the vassal.

    Article 2: The feudal system of the Order relies on the concepts of allegiance and homage. This system relies largely upon the Pontifical feudal system instituted in part III of the Papal Bull Constitutiones Sancti Olcovidii.

    • An allegiance is an oath of loyalty given to a territorial or institutional entity.
    • The homage is an oath of loyalty given to a person.

    Article 3: Since the Teutonic nobility contains two distinct orders, the vassal system differs according to the bestowed title.

    Article 4: In exchange for the concession of the title within the Batchelor Order, the noble must pay homage to his Linguistic Grand Master, who acts as a representative of the Sovereign Pontiff. The noble becomes, by this oath, the vassal of the Pope. Corollary, he pledges allegiance to the Order.

    Article 5: In exchange for the granting of the title and the fief within the Junker Order, the noble must pay homage to the Order through the local Governor of the Governorship where the fief is located. He becomes, by this oath, the vassal of the Ordensstaat. Corollary he pledges allegiance to the Sovereign Pontiff.

    Article 6: The Order recognizes the possibility of paying homage and allegiance to several persons or institutions. The anteriority of the oath of homage or allegiance is used to define the hierarchy and the order of precedence. However, like for Pontifical titles, prime allegiance must always go to his Holiness the Pope when fighting against heretics or heresies.


    IV. Rights and duties

    Article 1: Nobles of the two orders are subject to similar rights and duties found in the Constitutiones Sancti Olcovidii.

    Article 2: The noble from the Batchelor Order and the Junker Order of nobility must pay homage by pronouncing an oath of fidelity, help and council, also known under the ancient maxim as "obsequium, auxilium and consilium".

    Article 3: The Supreme Pontiff promises, to vassals of the Batchelor Order, protection and justice.

    Article 4: The Order promises, to vassals of the Junker Order, protection, justice, and subsistence.

    Article 5: The Teutonic nobility cannot harm, in any way and in order of precedence, the Aristotelian Church, the Order or the Ordensstaat.

    Article 6: The Teutonic nobility is expected to perform exemplary civic and spiritual behaviour. Thus, blasphemy, falsehood, false testimony, cowardice, drunkenness, marriage with a commoner or any other act contrary to the Dogma, Canon Law, Aristotelian morals or noble customs are forbidden.

    Article 7: The Teutonic noble is required not to be or have been convicted by a court, recognized by the Apostolic See or the Order, for acts of brigandage, sorcery, murder, treason or fraud that have not been pardoned.

    Article 8: The nobles from the Batchelor and Junker Orders are entitled to the right of carrying arms and of free movement in the lands of the Ordensstaat.

    Article 9: The noble from the Batchelor Order may choose a Squire who will assist him or, if necessary, replace him in his vassal tasks. This choice will be made in accordance with the internal rules and the rules written in the article II-A-5 of the present Ordinance.

    Article 10: The noble from the Batchelor Order may break, at his own discretion and for any reason whatsoever, the ties binding him to his Squire. The latter loses all rights and legitimacy to hold the title.

    Article 11: The noble Governor or Baron from the Junker Order may appoint a vassal Baronet who will assist him or, if necessary, replace him in his vassal tasks as his Baronet-Regent. This choice will be made in accordance with the internal rules and the rules written in the article II-B-12 of the present Ordinance.

    Article 12: The noble Governor or Baron from the Junker Order may break, at there own discretion and for any reason whatsoever, the ties binding him to his Baronet-Regent. The latter loses all rights and legitimacy to hold the function, but may remain as a vassal Baronet if his liege chooses to keep him.

    Article 13: The nobles from the Batchelor and Junker Orders are entitled to the deference, consideration and politeness of others, regardless of rank or dignity.

    Article 14: The nobles from the Junker Order have the right of low justice within their domain, as stated previously.

    Article 15: The members of the Batchelor and Junker Orders are entitled to bear a heraldic motto and a cry.

    Article 16: The members of the Batchelor and Junker Orders are entitled to the use of the seal, according to the sigillography rules of the Pontifical Colleges of Heraldry.

    Article 17: The nobles of the Batchelor Order, as members of the Order and thus of the Holy Armies, must respond to the raising of the ban.

    Article 18: Nobles of the Junker Order, as vassals of the vassal Ordensstaat, do not need to mobilize. But, if they are full members of the Order, there must uphold there oath pronounced upon entering the Chapter as written in internal rules.

      Article 18.1: A Burgrave, as a member of the Order and thus of the Holy Armies, must automatically respond to the raising of the ban.

    Article 19: Mobilized nobles from the Batchelor and Junker Orders are free to be replaced by a Squire or Baronet-Regent during the lifting of the ban, at his charge and at his expense. This replacement must comply with the article IV-9 or the article IV-11, whichever is applicable.

    Article 20: By virtue of the duty and oath of giving assistance, the mobilized noble owes armed assistance to the Sovereign Pontiff within the limits of equity and of common sense.

    Article 21: As the mobilized nobles are part of the Holy Armies, the number of days of free service is not fixed to any specific number. The length of the mobilization is thus dependent of the Congregation of the Holy Armies.

    Article 22: Outside the capitals of the nine Governorships of the Ordensstaat, any territorial entity centred on a town or city is available to be granted in the form of a fief. If in the future such a place were opened In Gratibus for settlement, the holder of the fief will see his title changed for another one of equivalent rank.

    Article 23: All fiefs remain the property of the Order and of the Ordensstaat. When a fief is granted, it is entrusted to the management of a person who thus receives the exclusive and full usufruct from the land.

    Article 24: The titles, dignities and privileges of the members of the Batchelor Order are personal. Thus, they are not shared between spouses under the seal of the Aristotelian marriage.

    Article 25: The titles, dignities and privileges of the members of the Junker Order are only shared between spouses under the seal of the Aristotelian marriage.

    Article 26: The children of a member of the Junker Order, born of an Aristotelian marriage, can be called of noble blood.

    Article 27: The titles of the Batchelor and Junker Orders are granted in a personal manner during the holders lifetime, thus returning to the Order or the Ordensstaat upon the death of the holder.

    Article 28: For titles issued from the Junker Order, it is nevertheless possible to grant the same title in the form of a new concession to the children of the previous, and deceased, bearer. This indirect heritage must respect the rules of part II of the present Ordinance, or be granted exceptionally with the approval of the General Kapitel.

    Article 29: The accumulation of titles and fiefs is possible and authorized to the number of one title in each of the two orders.

    Article 30: The accumulation of two or more titles within the same order of nobility is impossible and illegal unless the Teutonic Heraldry delivers a special derogation.


    V. Titulature and Heraldry


    A) The coat of arms


    Article 1: The wearing of heraldic attributes is made compulsory at the vassal's ennoblement ceremony, whether for the Batchelor Order or the Junker Order.

    Article 2: The noble from the Junker Order is required to wear the historic weapons of his fief. However, it is permissible to have them modified at the Teutonic Heraldic Workshops, while maintaining a certain affiliation between the old and new weapons.

    Article 3: The nobles of the Batchelor Order can bear the crown referring to the highest title of which they are bearers. But, a Knight of the Batchelor Order can choose to only wear the Knight's crown even if he possesses landed titles of higher ranking.

    Article 4: The nobles of the Junker Order bear the crown referring to the highest title in the noble hierarchy of which they are bearers, regardless of whether this title refers to a fief of granted by the Ordensstaat or some other entity.

    Article 5: If the noble possesses titles and fiefs from outside the Ordensstaat, he must conciliate the rules of this Ordinance with those of the local heraldic college local as best as he can. The Teutonic Heraldic Workshops must be kept informed of any conciliation.

    Article 6: More specific rules concerning the coat of arms of Teutonic vassals are detailed in the internal heraldic rules of the Teutonic Heraldic Workshops with the assent of the Pontifical Colleges of Heraldry.

    Article 7: The noble and ecclesiastical heraldic ornaments are superimposed as best as possible, in cooperation with the Pontifical Colleges of Heraldry.


    B) The bearing of titles

    Article 8: It is customary to wear all of the titles in a hierarchical order. However, it is left to the discretion of the noble from the Junker Order to make himself known only under the oldest or highest title in the noble hierarchy.

    Article 9: The nobles from the Batchelor Order, by the honor granted to them as a Knight or Squire, are obliged to wear everywhere and anywhere their uncommon title.


    C) The crowns of the Teutonic nobility

    Article 10: By the present Ordinance, the wearing of heraldic attributes is obligatory for the nobles from the Teutonic nobility. In the official documents and patents, they must be reproduced as described, without modifications, alterations or transformations the result of which would no longer be in conformity with the description given. These crowns are described as follows.

    Article 11: The crowns of the Batchelor Order.

      - The Knight

      Crown of the Knight — A circle of gold enriched with rubies, agates and pearlettes.


      - The Squire

      Crown of the Squire — A double twisted ribbon, one Silver, the other
      Sable, named wreath.



    The crowns of the Junker Order.

      - The Prinzregent

      Crown of the Prinzregent — A circle of gold enriched with rubies, agates
      and pearlettes, surmounted by three (four) gold points in half-moons and
      of two (four) gold part-florets of ache, trimmed at the heart with a pearl,
      placed on points of gold, covered by a Sable velvet cap.



      - The Duke

      Crown of the Duke — A circle of gold enriched with rubies, agates and
      pearlettes, surmounted by eight gold part-florets of ache, trimmed at
      the heart with a pearl, placed on points of gold.



      - The Marquess

      Crown of the Marquesses — A circle of gold enriched with rubies, agates
      and pearlettes, surmounted by three (four) gold part-florets of ache and
      two (four) assemblies of three large pearls placed in a clover between
      each of the florets.



      - The Count

      Crown of the Counts — A circle of gold enriched with rubies, agates and
      pearlettes, surmounted by nine (sixteen) large pearls raised on golden
      points.



      - The Burgrave

      Crown of the Burgraves — A circle of gold enriched with rubies, agates
      and pearlettes, surmounted by three (four) large pearls between each
      of which there is a smaller pearl, placed a little lower, the whole on
      points of gold.



      - The Baron

      Crown of the Barons — A circle of gold enriched with rubies, agates and
      pearlettes, entwined with a necklace of small pearls.



      - The Baronet

      Crown of the Baronets — A circle of gold enriched with agates.



    VI. Justice and Punishments

    Article 1: The General Kapitel, or the local Governor if one is in function, is empowered to dismiss a noble from the Junker Order for any reasons that they consider to be legitimate and sufficient. This decision will have to be justified and announced publicly.

    Article 2: The vassal Baron is empowered to demand the dismissal of a vassal Baronet from the Junker Order for any reasons that they consider to be legitimate and sufficient. This decision will have to be justified and announced publicly, after validation by the General Kapitel or the local Governor if one is in function.

    Article 3: The Sovereign Pontiff, or the Sacred College in his stead, is empowered to dismiss a noble from any Order for any reasons that they consider to be legitimate and sufficient.

    Article 4: The Rittekreis, defined in internal rules of the Order, is the only internal council who can strip nobles of the Batchelor Order from their titles. This must be done after a formal inquiry, as defined in the internal rules. Nobles of the Batchelor Order can be stripped of their titles if they fall under the article VI-4.

    Article 5: A noble recognized as a felon to the Order or to the Apostolic See, by ecclesiastical justice, will be deprived of his title and stripped of his lands. The same shall be the case if he is found guilty of heresy or apostasy by the tribunal of the Holy Inquisition.


    VII. Papal Nobility and Teutonic Nobility

    Article 1: The Teutonic Nobility is established as a separate branch of the Papal Nobility, subject to its own rules and peculiarities. In case of a regulatory vacuum, the rules established for Papal Nobility apply by analogy to Teutonic Nobility as well.

    Article 2: The nobles of the Teutonic Nobility enjoy the same rank as their equivalent of Papal Nobility. They are both granted the same rights, duties, privileges and exemptions as in their respective States.

    Article 3: The Supreme Pontiff, as suzerain of the Civitas Ordinis Theutonici and head of the Aristotelian Church, has precedence over all Teutonic nobles.


    VIII. The Teutonic Heraldic Workshops

    Article 1: The Teutonic Heraldic Workshops is a semiautonomous branch of the Heraldic College of the Clergy and Holy Armies, dedicated to the heraldic matters concerning the Teutonic Order and the Ordensstaat.

    Article 2: In the respect of the sovereign authority of the Grand Officer Herald and the duties of the Officer Herald, the Teutonic Heraldic Workshops is placed under the direct administration of the Herald in charge of the Teutonic Order, otherwise called Herold der Wappen. He is delegated to the overseeing and validation of the work inside the Workshops, enforcing the respect of the Canon Law and rules applicable to Heraldry.

    Article 3: The Pursuivant of Arms are junior members of the Teutonic Heraldic Workshops. They can be accredited and revoked by the Herold der Wappen. They actively participate in the realization of the arms and seals of the Workshops, for which their competence is recognized.

    Article 4: The Novices of Arms are student members of the Teutonic Heraldic Workshops. They can be named and revoked by the Herold der Wappen. During their training, they participate in the realization of the arms and seals of the Workshops.

    Article 5: The Teutonic Heraldic Workshops are charged with establishing and regularly updating the Roll of Arms of the Teutonic Nobility within the Pontifical Colleges of Heraldry.

    Article 6: The Herold der Wappen, outside the sovereign authority of the Grand Officer Herald and the duties of the Officer Herald, have full heraldic authority over the Teutonic Order, the Ordenstaat and the Teutonic Nobility.

    Article 7: The Teutonic Heraldic Workshops guarantee the upholding of the feudal laws, heraldic laws and the customs in the Ordensstaat.

    Article 8: The Teutonic Heraldic Workshops, with the sole exception of the College of Crossbowmen in case of need, is the only institution allowed and empowered to define the nature, the arms and the rank of the fiefs located in the Ordensstaat. Any revision or correction of the Governorships requires the approval of the Grand Officer Herald.

    Article 9: Only the Herold der Wappen, or the Grand Officer Herald and the Officer Herald in case of need, can validate the coats of arms and seals created in the Teutonic Heraldic Workshops.

    Article 10: Only the Teutonic Heraldic Workshops are competent for the creation of the furniture, ornaments and heraldic objects necessary for the distinction of the arms of the Teutonic nobility.

    Article 11: In case of a regulatory vacuum, the canons referring to the Pontifical Colleges of Heraldry apply by analogy to the Teutonic Heraldic Workshops.



    Papal bull on the State of the Teutonic Order and the Teutonic Nobility,
    Given and confirmed in Rome by the Sacred College of Cardinals during the Pontificate of the Holy Father Innocent VIII on the fourteenth day of October, Sunday, in the year of grace MCDLXI, the day of Saint Jarkov

    Published by His Eminence Alfonso Augusto di Foscari Widmann d'Ibelin, Cardinal Archdeacon of Rome, the sixteenth day of Tuesday, Friday, in the year of grace MCDLXI



_________________
His Excellency the Most Reverend Monsignor Prof. Dr. theol. Policarpo von Wittelsbach
Bishop of Würzburg
Archabbot of the Abbey of Heiligenbronn
President and Prefect of the Roman Regular Chapter
Revenir en haut de page
Voir le profil de l'utilisateur Envoyer un message privé
Policarpo



Inscrit le: 16 Avr 2013
Messages: 1294

MessagePosté le: Lun Nov 26, 2018 7:19 pm    Sujet du message: Répondre en citant

Citation:





    Révocation de Son Éminence Nicolás Borja



    Nous, Attanasio Borgia, à titre de Sanctae Romanae Ecclesiae Cardinalis Camerarius,
    Au nom des Cardinaux de la Sainte Église Aristotélicienne rassemblés dans le Sacré-Collège, devant le Tout Puissant et sous le regard d'Aristote, par le grâce de Dieu et du Pape Innocent VIII,


      Avons statué et ordonné, et par notre présent édit perpétuel et définitif, disons, statuons et ordonnons la révocation de Nicolás Borja [ Nicolino ] du rang de Cardinal Romain Électeur et Chancelier de la Congrégation du Saint-Inquisition.
      Cette décision est prise suite à sa longue et prolongée absence.

      Le Sacré-Collège prie pour son rétablissement. Conformément au Can. 5.II.10.3, le Sacré-Collège a décidé de lui nommer Cardinal Romain Émérite en raison de son service auprès de l'Église et lui souhaite une bonne suite.


    Ad Maiorem Dei Gloriam

    Donné à Rome le XXIII jour du X mois, de l'An de Grâce MCDLXVI.




    Pour le Sacré-Collège des Cardinaux,
    Attanasio Borgia, Sanctae Romanae Ecclesiae Cardinalis Camerarius.



Code:
[quote]
[list][img]http://i.imgur.com/3VysvJd.png[/img]



[size=18][color=#FFCC00][b]Révocation de Son Éminence Nicolás Borja[/b][/color][/size]



[b]Nous, Attanasio Borgia, à titre de Sanctae Romanae Ecclesiae Cardinalis Camerarius,[/b]
[b]Au nom des Cardinaux de la Sainte Église Aristotélicienne rassemblés dans le Sacré-Collège, devant le Tout Puissant et sous le regard d'Aristote, par le grâce de Dieu et du Pape Innocent VIII, [/b]


[list] [color=black]Avons statué et ordonné, et par notre présent édit perpétuel et définitif, disons, statuons et ordonnons la révocation de [/color][b][color=#FFCC00]Nicolás Borja[/color][/b][color=black] [size=9][ Nicolino ][/size] du rang de Cardinal Romain Électeur et Chancelier de la Congrégation du Saint-Inquisition.
Cette décision est prise suite à sa longue et prolongée absence.

Le Sacré-Collège prie pour son rétablissement. Conformément au Can. 5.II.10.3, le Sacré-Collège a décidé de lui nommer Cardinal Romain Émérite en raison de son service auprès de l'Église et lui souhaite une bonne suite.[/color][/list]

[i][b]Ad Maiorem Dei Gloriam [/b][/i]

Donné à Rome le XXIII jour du X mois, de l'An de Grâce MCDLXVI.


[list][img]http://i.imgur.com/BrUbmJI.png[/img][/list]

[i]Pour le Sacré-Collège des Cardinaux,
Attanasio Borgia, Sanctae Romanae Ecclesiae Cardinalis Camerarius.[/i][/list]
[/quote]

_________________
His Excellency the Most Reverend Monsignor Prof. Dr. theol. Policarpo von Wittelsbach
Bishop of Würzburg
Archabbot of the Abbey of Heiligenbronn
President and Prefect of the Roman Regular Chapter
Revenir en haut de page
Voir le profil de l'utilisateur Envoyer un message privé
Policarpo



Inscrit le: 16 Avr 2013
Messages: 1294

MessagePosté le: Lun Nov 26, 2018 7:19 pm    Sujet du message: Répondre en citant

Citation:





    Elevation of Gianvitus Tarcisius de Reame to the charge of Vice-Chancellor of the Saint Office



    We, Attanasio Borgia, as Sanctae Romanae Ecclesiae Cardinalis Camerarius,
    In the name of the Cardinals of the Holy Aristotelian Church gathered in the Sacred College, in front of the Almighty and under the gaze of Aristotle, by the grace of God and the Pope Innocent VIII,



      Have ruled and ordered, and by our present perpetual and final edict, say and order the elevation of Gianvitus Tarcisius de Reame [ Gianvitus ] to the charge of Vice-Chancellor of the Congregation of the Saint Office.


    Ad Majorem Dei Gloriam

    Anno Domini MCDLXVI, XXVII Octobris, Roma



    For the Sacred College of Cardinals, Attanasio Borgia,
    Sanctae Romanae Ecclesiae Cardinalis Camerarius.


_________________
His Excellency the Most Reverend Monsignor Prof. Dr. theol. Policarpo von Wittelsbach
Bishop of Würzburg
Archabbot of the Abbey of Heiligenbronn
President and Prefect of the Roman Regular Chapter
Revenir en haut de page
Voir le profil de l'utilisateur Envoyer un message privé
Policarpo



Inscrit le: 16 Avr 2013
Messages: 1294

MessagePosté le: Lun Nov 26, 2018 7:20 pm    Sujet du message: Répondre en citant

Citation:





    Élévation d'Estevan de Mortelane au rang de Chancelier de la Congrégation de la Sainte Inquisition



    Nous, Attanasio Borgia, à titre de Sanctae Romanae Ecclesiae Cardinalis Camerarius,
    Au nom des Cardinaux de la Sainte Église Aristotélicienne rassemblés dans le Sacré-Collège, devant le Tout Puissant et sous le regard d'Aristote, par le grâce de Dieu et du Pape Innocent VIII,



      Avons statué et ordonné, et par notre présent édit perpétuel et définitif, disons, statuons et ordonnons l'élévation d'Estevan de Mortelane [ Estevan ] à la fonction de Chancelier de la Congrégation de la Sainte Inquisition.



    Ad Maiorem Dei Gloriam


    Pour le Sacré-Collège des Cardinaux,
    Attanasio Borgia, Sanctae Romanae Ecclesiae Cardinalis Camerarius.




    Donné à Rome le XXX jour du X mois, de l'An de Grâce MCDLXVI.


_________________
His Excellency the Most Reverend Monsignor Prof. Dr. theol. Policarpo von Wittelsbach
Bishop of Würzburg
Archabbot of the Abbey of Heiligenbronn
President and Prefect of the Roman Regular Chapter
Revenir en haut de page
Voir le profil de l'utilisateur Envoyer un message privé
Policarpo



Inscrit le: 16 Avr 2013
Messages: 1294

MessagePosté le: Lun Nov 26, 2018 7:20 pm    Sujet du message: Répondre en citant

Citation:





    Démission de Son Éminence Eloin Bellecour



    Nous, Attanasio Borgia, à titre de Sanctae Romanae Ecclesiae Cardinalis Camerarius,
    Au nom des Cardinaux de la Sainte Église Aristotélicienne rassemblés dans le Sacré-Collège, devant le Tout Puissant et sous le regard d'Aristote, par le grâce de Dieu et du Pape Innocent VIII,


      Avons statué et ordonné, et par notre présent édit perpétuel et définitif, disons, statuons et ordonnons l'acceptation de la démission de Son Éminence Eloin Bellecour [ Eloin ] du rang de Cardinal Romain Électeur et Vice-Chancelier de laCongrégation des Affaires du Siècle.

      Le Sacré-Collège la remercie pour ses années de service auprès de l'Église et lui souhaite une bonne suite, à titre de Cardinal Romain Émérite conformément au Can. 5.II.10.3.


    Ad Maiorem Dei Gloriam



    Pour le Sacré-Collège des Cardinaux,
    Attanasio Borgia, Sanctae Romanae Ecclesiae Cardinalis Camerarius.




    Donné à Rome le V jour du XI mois de l'An de Grâce MCDLXVI.



_________________
_________________
His Excellency the Most Reverend Monsignor Prof. Dr. theol. Policarpo von Wittelsbach
Bishop of Würzburg
Archabbot of the Abbey of Heiligenbronn
President and Prefect of the Roman Regular Chapter
Revenir en haut de page
Voir le profil de l'utilisateur Envoyer un message privé
Policarpo



Inscrit le: 16 Avr 2013
Messages: 1294

MessagePosté le: Lun Nov 26, 2018 7:21 pm    Sujet du message: Répondre en citant

Citation:





    Elévation de Oberon de Montfort-Beaumont d‘Autevielle au rang de Cardinal National Suffragant



    Nous, Alfonso Augusto di Foscari Widmann d'Ibelin, à titre de Cardinal-Archidiacre de Rome,
    Au nom des Cardinaux de la Sainte Église Aristotélicienne rassemblés dans le Sacré-Collège, devant le Très Haut et sous le regard d'Aristote, par le grâce de Dieu et du Pape Innocent VIII,


    Avons statué et ordonné, et par notre présent édit perpétuel et définitif, disons, statuons et ordonnons l'élévation d' Oberon de Montfort-Beaumont d‘Autevielle [ Oberon. ] au rang de Cardinal National Suffragant et sa nomination au sein du Consistoire Pontifical Germanophone.


    Ad Maiorem Dei Gloriam


    Donné à Rome le XIX jour du XI mois, de l'An de Grâce MCDLXVI.



    Pour le Sacré-Collège des Cardinaux,
    Alfonso Augusto di Foscari Widmann d'Ibelin, Cardinal-Archidiacre de Rome.


_________________
His Excellency the Most Reverend Monsignor Prof. Dr. theol. Policarpo von Wittelsbach
Bishop of Würzburg
Archabbot of the Abbey of Heiligenbronn
President and Prefect of the Roman Regular Chapter
Revenir en haut de page
Voir le profil de l'utilisateur Envoyer un message privé
Policarpo



Inscrit le: 16 Avr 2013
Messages: 1294

MessagePosté le: Lun Nov 26, 2018 7:21 pm    Sujet du message: Répondre en citant

Citation:





    Magna laetitia est beatitudine tua
    Death of Her Eminence Elena Costanza Della Scala, Cardinal of the Holy Church




    We, Cardinals of the Holy Aristotelian and Roman Church, gathered in the Sacred College, in front of the Most High and under the gaze of Aristotle, by the grace of God and of His Holiness Innocent the eighth,


      Were struck by a great sorrow when the Sacred College received news of the death of Elena Costanza Della Scala [Solex], a beloved Cardinal of the Holy Aristotelian and Roman Church. We pray that the soul of Her Eminence has been received with honour by the Almighty.

      We give our warmest sympathies and our most zealous prayers.

      Funerals will take place at Saint Uriel Archangel chapel on December 2nd.

      Long may she live in our memories.



    Ad Maiorem Dei Gloriam



    For the Sacred College of Cardinals
    Alfonso Augusto di Foscari Widmann d'Ibelin, Cardinal Archdeacon of Rome.




    Given in Rome, the XXI day of the XI month of the Year of Grace MCDLXVI.


_________________
His Excellency the Most Reverend Monsignor Prof. Dr. theol. Policarpo von Wittelsbach
Bishop of Würzburg
Archabbot of the Abbey of Heiligenbronn
President and Prefect of the Roman Regular Chapter
Revenir en haut de page
Voir le profil de l'utilisateur Envoyer un message privé
Montrer les messages depuis:   
Poster un nouveau sujet   Répondre au sujet    L'Eglise Aristotelicienne Romaine The Roman and Aristotelic Church Index du Forum -> Chancellerie Pontificale – Pontificia Cancellariae – Papal Chancellery -> Textes et discours officiels – Official texts and speeches Toutes les heures sont au format GMT + 2 Heures
Aller à la page Précédente  1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6
Page 6 sur 6

 
Sauter vers:  
Vous ne pouvez pas poster de nouveaux sujets dans ce forum
Vous ne pouvez pas répondre aux sujets dans ce forum
Vous ne pouvez pas éditer vos messages dans ce forum
Vous ne pouvez pas supprimer vos messages dans ce forum
Vous ne pouvez pas voter dans les sondages de ce forum


Powered by phpBB © 2001, 2005 phpBB Group
Traduction par : phpBB-fr.com