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De Ecclesiae Dei fondis
Papal Bull “The foundations of the Church of the God”






Preamble.The dogma of the Holy Aristotelian Church, Roman and Universal, and the statutes that govern its members.



Part I: Doctrines and foundations of the Church of God


Section A: General

Article 1: The Aristotelian Church is the One, Unique and Legitimate Institution of the Almighty.

Article 2:
The Aristotelian church is the only holder of the Divine Truth and the True Faith. It is inhabited by Divine Action and is the organ through which is expressed on Earth and to the community of the faithful the will of the Almighty. It transcends temporal laws and truths.

Article 3: The Aristotelian Church is named after the prophet Aristotle, who was the first to reveal the divine truth. It was established by Christos.

Article 4: As a spiritual, universal and divine institution, its mission is to spread Aristotelianism to the people and the nations, guiding them on the path to the Solar Paradise.

Article 5: There is no other prophet than Aristotle and Christos. The symbiosis of their revelation constitutes the divine message, perfect and immutable. Their message is complementary and indispensable to the understanding of each other and the Aristotelian faith.

Article 6: The dogma of the Aristotelian Church is founded on the texts of books and forms the basis of the inalienable and necessary beliefs. (1)

N.B.: The term "texts of books" refers to the contents of the Book of Virtues, and the doctrinal texts and the writings of the Saints.

Article 7: Only an extraordinary council, bringing together all the bishops of Aristotelianism, can challenge, modify or refine a dogma.

Article 8: The Book of Virtues includes the books of Aristotelian Myth, the Lives of Aristotle and Christos as well as the Archangels. These texts are sacred and constitute the foundation of the Aristotelian Religion. They have dogmatic value.

Article 9: The Doctrines of the Aristotelian Church form the framework of Aristotelian belief. Enacted by the theologians and doctors of the Church, they have dogmatic value.

Article 10: The writings of the saints provide a framework for the doctrines of the Aristotelian Church. These are the teachings of our predecessors in the faith who lived the Aristotelian virtues heroically in ever greater closeness with Jah. These are the living tradition and forever renewing the Church, illuminating the sacred mysteries revealed by the prophets.

Article 11: The Book of Hagiographies is a codex of the historical biographies of saints which aims to provide spiritual and social instruction for the world today by the example of multiple lives who reflected the Sun heroically in their faith and virtues in their own time.

Article 12: As every human is a child of Jah, no segregation based on criteria other than faith, virtue and merit should take place within the Aristotelian Church.

Article 13: Heterodoxy is an action contrary to Aristotelian dogmas, enacted doctrines and the Canon Law of the Holy Church, damaging to the community of believers and to the Holy Institution of Jah, by the induction of error to the children of the Most High.

Article 14: There are four types of heterodoxy: heresy, schism, paganism and atheism.

Article 15: The heterodoxies are prosecuted by the Holy Inquisition within its assigned purview.

Article 16: The Aristotelian Church distinguishes between two different natures for the offices, status and actions of its members. These different natures may be In Gratebus (In the Graces) or Res parendo (things that appear).

- Article 16a: The nature In Gratebus includes things that exist by the grace of the Creator. The correct abbreviation used in Canon Law is IG.

- Article 16b: The nature Res parendo brings together things that arise by themselves as a result of the Creation. The correct abbreviation used in Canon Law is RP.


(1) The Book of Virtues available in the Roman Library is not complete because it is a translation. The full original text is stored in the secret archives of Rome. The theologians of the Holy Office are working to finish this translation.



Section B: Regarding holiness, beatification and canonization

Article 17: A Blessed One is a deceased Aristotelian beatified by the Holy Church in light of their past life being exemplary, virtuous, and worthy of social and spiritual example to the Aristotelian community.

- Article 17a: The rules and procedures leading to beatification are included in the Canon Law on the Congregation of the Holy Office.

Article 18: A Saint is a Blessed One canonized by the Holy Church in light of their past life, even more exemplary and virtuous than the Blessed One and worthy of social and spiritual example to the Aristotelian community.

- Article 18a: The rules and procedures leading to canonization are included in the Canon Law on the Congregation of the Holy Office.


Section C: The founders, fathers and doctors of the Church


Article 19: The Fathers of the Church are the founders of the Aristotelian Church in its infancy and at the Revival of Faith under the pontificates of the Most Holy Fathers Nicolas V and Eugene V.

Article 20: Doctors of the Church are eminent theologians and canonists who produced or worked on doctrinal texts of dogmatic or canonical universal significance.


Section D: Miracles

Article 21: The causal quadriptych:
The material cause = an extraordinary event solely attributed to divine intervention with no possibility of either natural or human intervention.
The efficient cause = it is reported by trustworthy witnesses.
The formal cause = thorough investigation conducted jointly by the Office of St. Theodule and the Holy Office with opinion issued by the Cenacle of the Holy Office.
The final cause = the miracle is recognized by the Holy Curia.

Article 22: Any alleged miracle must be reported by one of the faith or the clergy.

Article 23: A thorough investigation is held by the theologians of the Office of St. Theodule and theologians of the Cenacle of the Holy Office. It focuses on the collection of detailed testimonies, the morality of the witnesses, and the truth of the facts. Dates, places and events are recorded in simple detail.

Article 24: Following the investigation only, the Cenacle of the Holy Office files a favorable or unfavorable opinion as to the veracity of the miracle with the Holy Curia.

Article 25: The Cenacle of the Holy Office and the Office of St. Theodule determine if there was any intercession of a saint with the Most High in the manifestation of the miracle.

Article 26: The Holy Curia alone may recognize the miracle as such.

Note: In the case of invalidation, an announcement will be published stating the reasons that led the Curia to consider that it was not a miracle. If validated, an announcement will be published by the Curia explaining the miracle, its effects and consequences.





Canonical text on The Foundations of the Church of God,
Given and endorsed in Rome by the Sacred College under the pontificate the Most Holy Father Innocent VIII on the twenty-fourth of September, Monday, in the year of grace MCDLX.



First published by His Eminence Jeandalf fire on the eleventh of February, Sunday, in the year MCDLV, reviewed, sealed and published again by His Eminence Aaron Nagan, Cardinal Camerlengo, the thirteenth day of April, Easter Monday, in the year of grace MCDLVII; reviewed, sealed and published again by His Eminence Aaron Nagan, the tenth of April, Friday, day of the holy Saint Nicolaïde, in the year of grace MCDLVII; revised, amended, sealed and published again by His Eminence Tiberius Plantagenet, Cardinal Camerlengo, this twenty-seventh day of November, Friday, in the year of grace MCDLVII. Last publication and revision dated by His Eminence Aaron Nagan, cardinal and archchancellor of the Holy See.




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De Ecclesiae Dei fondis
Papal Bull "The foundations of the Church of God"
- Continued -






Preamble. The dogma of the Holy Aristotelian Church, Roman and Universal, and the statutes that govern its members.



Part II: The status of the Aristotelian community members.


Article 1: Every human has for the Holy Roman and Aristotelian Church a status. It may be believer, faithful, priest or heterodox.

Article 2: The believer is a non-baptized person who shares the Aristotelian faith, the belief in one god and recognizes the Church of Rome as the only institution of the Almighty.

- Article 2a: A believer has the right to receive the sacrament of baptism if their actions and thoughts are consistent with the precepts and doctrines enacted by the Holy Aristotelian Church, respecting the canonical rules for this sacrament.

Article 3: The faithful is a believer who has received the sacrament of baptism and has thereby integrated into the community of the faithful of the Aristotelian Church.

- Article 3a: The faithful is entitled to receive the sacraments of confession, marriage, ordination and funeral if their actions, thoughts and status are consistent with the canonical rules and enacted sacramental doctrine.

Article 4: The priest is a faithful who received the sacrament of ordination.

- Article 4a: The priest has the right to receive the sacraments of confession and funeral if their actions, thoughts and status are consistent with the canonical rules and enacted sacramental doctrine.

Article 5: The heterodox is a person who is outside of the community believers, either because they are struck by a canonical sentence, or because they do not share the Aristotelian faith or belief in one god or do not recognize the Church of Rome as the only institution of the Almighty, or because they are a faithful of another cult.

Note: For the nature of the different heterodoxies, see the articles of the first part (Doctrines and foundations of the Church of Jah) of the Preamble.

Article 6: The status of faithful and priest may be modified or suspended by a canonical disciplinary sentence.



Canonical text on The foundations of the Church of God,
Given and endorsed in Rome by the Sacred College under the pontificate of the Holy Father Eugene V, the twenty-first of April, Tuesday, in the year of grace MCDLVII.

First published by His Eminence Jeandalf on the eleventh of February, Sunday, in the year MCDLV; reviewed, sealed and published again by His Eminence Aaron Nagan, Cardinal Camerlengo, the twenty-first day of April, on Tuesday, in the year of grace MCDLVII.




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Arrow Part III stored somewhere else.
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    De Ecclesiae Dei fundis
    Apostolic Constitution « The foundations of the Church of God ».
    - Sequel -



    Sixtus Episcopus, Servus Servorum Dei, Ad perpetuam rei memoriam





    Part IV : General principles and special provisions


    Article 1 : The Supreme Pontiff issues and promulgates the laws, canons and regulations of the Holy Aristotelian Church in the form of an apostolic constitution or an apostolic brief.

      Article 1.1 : The Sacred College of Cardinals is empowered, by delegation of the Supreme Pontiff, to promulgate the laws, canons and regulations of the Holy Aristotelian Church in the form of a papal bull or an indult.

      Article 1.2 : Any substantial and significant addition or modification of Canon Law, notably when it corrects, reforms or renews several sections or articles in depth, is promulgated in the form of an apostolic constitution, bearing the gold or lead seal of the Supreme Pontiff, or in the form of a papal bull, bearing the gold or lead seal of the Holy Aristotelian Church.

      Article 1.3 : Any minor addition or modification of Canon Law, notably when it corrects or amends a small number of articles whose scope is reduced, is promulgated in the form of an apostolic brief, bearing the red wax seal of the Supreme Pontiff, or in the form of an indult, bearing the green wax seal of the Sacred College of Cardinals.

      Article 1.4 : Apostolic constitutions, papal bulls, apostolic briefs and indults have a perpetual and universal value and replace the Canons they replace.

      Article 1.5 : The Code of Canon Law is revised each time it is amended, is checked regularly and is constantly updated and available in several translations in the Vatican Apostolic Library.

    Article 2 : Any decision taken by an institution, a college, or an assembly of the Aristotelian and Roman Church may be revised, amended or suppressed only by the institution that issued it or by a higher institution on which it depends.

    Article 3 : The Supreme Pontiff promulgates texts of dogmatic or doctrinal interest which are added to the Dogma of the Aristotelian Church in the form of a dogmatic constitution.

      Article 3.1 : The Congregation of the Holy Office and the Causes of Saints is empowered, by delegation of the Supreme Pontiff, to promulgate texts of dogmatic or doctrinal interest which are added to the Dogma of the Aristotelian Church in the form of a decree of its Chancellors.

      Article 3.2 : Any substantial and significant addition to the Dogma of the Aristotelian Church is promulgated exclusively in the form of a dogmatic constitution, bearing the golden seal of the Supreme Pontiff. A dogmatic constitution is also required to give validity to decisions of an ecumenical or extraordinary council that could question, modify or refine a dogma.

      Article 3.3 : Any minor or non-incisive addition to the Dogma of the Aristotelian Church is promulgated in the form of a decree of the Chancellors of the Congregation of the Holy Office and the Causes of Saints bearing the azurite seal of the Holy Aristotelian Church.

      Article 3.4 : Dogmatic constitutions and decrees of the Chancellors of the Congregation of the Holy Office and the Causes of Saints have a perpetual and universal value; they can only be modified by a dogmatic constitution.

      Article 3.5 : The entire Dogma that has been recovered or translated from the ancients and then promulgated is checked regularly and is constantly updated and available in several translations in the Vatican Apostolic Library.




    Apostolic Constitution on « The Foundations of the Church of God »,
    Given in Rome, on the venerated tomb of Saint Titus Prince of the Apostles, on the third day of the month of October, Thursday, the day of Saint Francis of Genoa, in the year of grace MCDLXVII, the first of Our Pontificate.




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    Licet Dominum laudare
    On Peace and the Truce of God




    Sixtus Episcopus, Servus Servorum Dei, Ad perpetuam rei memoriam



    It is good and just to praise the Lord always and everywhere; and yet, as our venerable fathers taught us, it is even better and more just to gather as brothers and sisters in the True Faith in the holy places and in the days dedicated to His worship to better give thanks to Him under the banner of Love by which He has graciously willed us all to be united. In order to preserve the sanctity of the Lord's Day and the temples dedicated to Him, the Holy Church, through our venerated predecessors or general councils, has instituted and dictated the measures of the Peace and the Truce of God, reaffirmed and modified several times over time and more recently by an edict of the Sacred College of Cardinals by delegation of our venerable predecessor. In view of the various and successive provisions in this matter, which make it necessary to collect and update what is already in force, and wishing to extend this protection to those who are worthy and dear to the Most High, we have decided, established, decreed and ruled, and we decree and rule the following canons, which replace and supplant all previous provisions on thr Peace and the Truce of God.


    Part I. The Peace of God

    Can. 1 : The Peace of God is the divine and sacrosanct protection perpetually recognised by the Holy Church in defence of places or persons particularly dear to the Most High.

    Can. 2 : The violation of the Peace of God is a sacrilegious and profanatory act against the Most High and His Holy Church; by its gravity, it entails the excommunication latae sententiae.

    Can. 3 : The Peace of God is violated by whoever, with the exception of our Pontifical Guard, enters or gives the order to enter, armed or with hostile intentions, into a temple of the Most High, be it a humble countryside church or a majestic cathedral.

    Can. 4 : The Peace of God is violated by whoever seizes, attempts to seize or gives the order to seize a parish or cathedral, whether by arms or subterfuge; the liberation of the said temples of the Most High which have been desecrated does not constitute a violation of the Peace of God.

    Can. 5 : The Peace of God is violated by anyone who beats, assaults, hits or injures an ordained cleric or the militesengaged in holy war, whether by arms or physical violence.

    Can. 6 : The Peace of God is violated by whoever attacks a kingdom, a duchy, a county, a republic, a city or any other state exceptionally placed under the protection of the Peace of God by the Holy See.


    Part II. The Truce of God

    Can. 7 : The Truce of God is the absolute prohibition of committing violent acts, shedding blood or injuring someone on Sunday, placed by the Holy Church to preserve the purity of the day consecrated to God.

    Can. 8 : The violation of the Truce of God is a sacrilegious and profanatory act of the day of the Lord and of the Aristotelian Friendship; by its gravity, it entails the excommunication latae sententiae.

    Can. 9 : The Truce of God is violated by whoever, at the head of an army, gives the order, between the dawn of Saturday and the dawn of Sunday, to perform an aggressive movement.

    Can. 10 : The Truce of God is violated by whoever, whether a general, a military commander or a political leader, orders an army to perform an aggressive movement between the dawn of Saturday and the dawn of Sunday.

    Can. 11 : The Truce of God is violated by whoever, as a soldier of an army, follows his commander in an aggressive movement, knowing that such a movement will take effect on Sunday, and sheds blood or injures someone during the day of Sunday; if the action of such a soldier does not result in violent acts, it constitutes only a partial violation of the Truce of God and is subject to an inquisition trial.

    Can. 12 : In the context of the Truce of God, aggressive movement means: the movement of an army to a territory or city over which the army or the state which it serves or the allies of the latter have no control de facto; as well as encircling, besieging or trying to penetrate them; the displacement of an army against another army which is not on their white list.

    Can. 13 : During the day of Sunday, the use of competing confrontations should be limited, even for friendly purposes, and if possible without the use of weapons. Duels of honour are always prohibited on Sundays.

    Can. 14 : Duels of honour, confrontations with hostile intentions or the use of arms on Sunday are only a partial violation of the Truce of God and are subject to an interdict.

    n.b. : for more details see the Canon Law on the interdict, canonical text « Virtue stands in the middle » part V: On penalties and penances.

    Can. 15 : The Holy See, in exceptional circumstances and only during the holy war or the struggle against evil, may grant exceptions to the observance of the Truce of God in order to guarantee the defense of the True Faith.


    Apostolic Constitution on the Peace and the Truce of God,
    Given in Rome, on the venerated tomb of Saint Titus Prince of the Apostles, on the twelfth day of the month of December, Thursday, the day of Saint Corentin, in the year of grace MCDLXVII, the first of Our Pontificate.




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