- The movement within the eighteenth-century Roman Catholic Church in Germany which rejected papal claims, particularly in the secular sphere.
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Febronianism — • The politico ecclesiastical system outlined by Johann Nikolaus von Hontheim, Auxiliary Bishop of Trier, under the pseudonym Justinus Febronius Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Febronianism Febronianism … Catholic encyclopedia
Febronianism — was a powerful movement within the Roman Catholic Church in Germany, in the latter part of the 18th century, directed towards the nationalizing of Catholicism, the restriction of the power of the papacy in favor of that of the episcopate, and the … Wikipedia
Febronianism — This term refers to an ecclesiological position, which was rejected by the First Vatican Council. Febronianism derives its name from Justinus Febronius, the pseudonym of Johann von Hontheim (1701 1790), who taught that the authority of the… … Glossary of theological terms
febronianism — ēəˌnizem noun ( s) Usage: usually capitalized : the principle applied in 1763 to the Roman Catholic Church by Johann N. von Hontheim, suffragan bishop of Treves, that final ecclesiastical authority belongs to the whole church and not merely to… … Useful english dictionary
febronianism — fe·bro·ni·an·ism … English syllables
Febronianism — Фебронианство … Вестминстерский словарь теологических терминов
Gallicanism — is the belief that popular civil authority mdash;often represented by the monarchs authority or the State s authority mdash;over the Catholic Church is comparable to that of the Roman Pope s. Gallicanism is a rejection of Ultramontanism; it is… … Wikipedia
Friedrich Karl Joseph von Erthal — Friedrich Karl Joseph Reichsfreiherr von Erthal (1719 01 03 1802 07 25) was electoral prince and archbishop of Mainz from 1774 07 18 to 1802 07 04, shortly before the end of the archbishopric in the Reichsdeputationshauptschluss .… … Wikipedia
Scipione de' Ricci — [Scipione de Ricci, Scipione del Ricci, Scipio Ricci.] (1741 – 1810) was an Italian Catholic bishop of Pistoia, from 1780 to 1791, sympathetic to Jansenist ideas in theology. With the support of Leopold I, Grand Duke of Tuscany, he attempted… … Wikipedia
Congress of Ems — The Congress of Ems was a meeting set up by German and Austrian Catholic archbishops, and held in August 1786 in Bad Ems, near Koblenz. Its object was to protest against papal interference in the exercise of episcopal powers, and to fix the… … Wikipedia