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Believe it or not, here it is!

http://cdigital.dgb.uanl.mx/la/10800148 ... 817_MA.PDF

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John Lane wrote:
Gratias Deo!
Thanks for posting this!
They have some of Franzelin's other works, too; just search for "franzelin" here.

What's interesting about Franzelin is his stance in the hæreticis occultis debate; contra Billot et al., Franzelin maintains that hæreticis occultis are not members of the Church (cf. Fraghi p. 90fn2; Franzelin De Eccl. Chr., thes. XXIII, II, 2). Too bad that digital library doesn't have De Eccl. Chr.

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Is is interesting, although I do wonder if the debate on this question is largely verbal.

I've discussed this in the past, but I don't know if it was via email or on the Web. I'll try to remember to have a look when I get more time. Fenton dealt with it somewhere.

Have you seen this? http://archive.org/details/johnbaptistfranz00walsuoft

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John Lane wrote:
Fenton dealt with it somewhere.


As far as I know it is here http://www.strobertbellarmine.net/fento ... Church.pdf (pages 297 ff).

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I do wonder if the debate on this question is largely verbal.


I used to think that, but now I`m inclined to think it is more than that.

BTW, thanks for the link! :)

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John Lane wrote:
No, I haven't. thanks

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Alan Aversa wrote:
John Lane wrote:
No, I haven't. thanks
I finished it; it's quite a fluid, engaging read. I love how it's half spiritual reading, half biography of the learned Jesuit.

What great humility Card. Franzelin had! Wow! And I never knew he was fluent in Greek and Hebrew, struggled with scrupulosity, etc. Fr. Kleutgen, the famous German Jesuit Thomist, even asked Fr. Franzelin for advice, and some consider him the greatest Jesuit theologian since Suarez! Tractatus de divina traditione et scriptura was his first work.

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Alan Aversa wrote:
Too bad that digital library doesn't have De Eccl. Chr.


I have a print copy if you ever need a scan of a page or two, Alan.

Yes, the biography draws you in, doesn't it? An absolutely fascinating man! Am I right in recalling that he went to Confession every morning because of scruples?

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John Lane wrote:
Am I right in recalling that he went to Confession every morning because of scruples?
Yes, that's right; it seems it's a common trait amongst the meticulous thinkers (cf. St. Alphonsus, et al.). What's more amazing is that St. Thomas didn't have scruples (that I know of).

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John Lane wrote:
I have a print copy if you ever need a scan of a page or two, Alan.
Yes, definitely post De Eccl. Chr., thes. XXIII, II, 2 on hæreticis occultis. thanks

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