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Author: Pickford, John, 1588-1664?
Title: The safegarde from ship-wracke, or Heauens hauen compiled by I.P. priest.
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Print source: The safegarde from ship-wracke, or Heauens hauen compiled by I.P. priest.
Pickford, John, 1588-1664?

Printed at Douay: By Peter Telu, at the signe of the Natiuitie, anno 1618.
Alternate titles: Safegarde from ship-wracke Heavens haven. Safegarde from ship-wracke, or Heavens haven.
Notes:
I.P. = John Pickford.
At foot of title: Superiorum permissu.
Reproduction of the original in the Union Theological Seminary (New York, N.Y.). Library.
Subject terms:
Catholic Church -- Apologetic works -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A08784.0001.001

Contents
title page
TO HIS LOVING BRO: G. P. All health and peace.
AN INDEX Of the common places treated off.
A true catalogue of the Pops of Rome.
table
The adge and Place of certaine Doctores vvhere they liued.
A Catologue of our English Doctours, cited in this treatyse. VIZ.
The Authour to the Reader.
THE SAFEGARDE FROM SHIP-WRACKE, OR HEAVENS HAVEN. Wich is not to be attained vvith out the Shippe of S. PETER: TO WITT, The vnitie of the auncient Catholike Church, vvhose faith therefore through all ages, as in a glasse in heere presented vnto you.
THE I. ARTICLE. The English Were conuerted a thousand yeares since to the Catholick faith.
THE 2. ARTICLE. The same faith vvas vniuersally professed for sundry ages before, and vvas also agreable to that first faith vvhere vnto the Brittans of wales vvere conuerted in the Apostles tymes.
THE 3. ARTICLE. Our Aduersaries Good opinion of the Fathers.
OF S. BEDE.
OF S. BERNARD.
OF S. AVGVSTIN.
OF DIONYSIVS AREOPAGITA.
THE 4. ARTICLE. Our aduersaries appeale vnto the Fathers.
THE 5. ARTICLE. Scripture is not easie to be vnder∣stood.
THE 6. ARTICLE. Scripture is not for euery one to read and interpret.
Secundly it is proued out of the custome of the church.
FATHERS.
THE 7. ARTICLE. Scripture neuer called in Question amongst Catholickes.
THE 8. ARTICLE. Scripture some tyme called in Question.
THE 9. ARTICLE. Scripture neuer admitted by the Catho∣licke church.
THE X, ARTICLE. The protestantes pretence of only Scripture is friuolous and idle.
THE 11. ARTICLE. Protestantes disagreeing translations.
The Catholicke translation acknovvledged for the best.
THE 12. ARTICLE. The Church cannot, nor ought not to haue erred.
SCRIPTVRE.
THE 13. ARTICLE. The Church doth consist of good, and badd.
THE 14. ARTICLE. The Church is, and ought to haue bene alwayes visible.
FATHERS.
From the Aduersarie.
The Protestantes chief growndes for their visible Church taken from VValdo, VViclyffe, and Husse &c. Confuted.
VVicklyffe Anno 1370.
Iohn Husse Anno 1400.
The Protestantes inuisible Church.
THE 15. ARTICLE. The visible head of the Church &c.
SCRIPTVRE.
FATHERS.
THE ADVERSARIE.
THE 16. ARTICLE. OF FREEVVILL
THE CATHOLICKE DOCTRINE.
SCRIPTVRE.
FATHERS.
THE ADVERSARIE.
Caluins and Luthers contrarie doctrine as followeth. Luthers Doctrine.
CALVINS DOCTRINE.
An heresie condemned by the primitiue Church.
THE 17. ARTICLE. OF THE COOPERA∣TION OF FREEVVILL WITH GRACE. The Catholicke Doctrine. Mans will doth freely and actually coope∣rat with Gods vocation, and grace mouing him.
SCRIPTVRE.
FATHERS.
LVTHERS DOCTRINE.
CALVINS DOCTRINE.
THE 18. ARTICLE. Faith alone doth not iustifie.
THE CATHOLICKE DOCTRINE.
SCRIPTVRE.
FATHERS.
LVTHERS DOCTRINE.
CALVINS DOCTRINE.
An heresie condemned by the Primitiue church.
THE 19. ARTICLE. Of Good vvorkes.
THE CATHOLICKE DOCTRINE.
SCRIPTVRE.
FATHERS.
THE ADVERSARIE.
LVTHERS DOCTRINE.
CALVINS DOCTRINE.
An old heresie condemned by the primi∣tiue Church.
THE 22. ARTICLE, Of Fastinges.
THE CATHOLICKE DOCTRINE.
SCRIPTVRE. Wee ought to Fast.
Examples of Keeping the lent.
The merit of Fasting.
FATHERS.
Concerning the speciall forbearante, or restraint to fast vpon Sunday.
THE ADVERSARIE.
LVTHERS DOCTRINE.
CALVINS DOCTRINE.
An old condemned heresie by the primitiue Church.
THE 19. ARTICLE. The lavves and Preceptes of Christ are not impossible.
THE CATHOLICKE DOCTRINE.
SCRIPTVRE.
FATHERS.
LVTHERS DOCTRINE.
CALVINS DOCTRINE.
An old condemned Heresie.
THE 22. ARTICLE. To beseech the prayers of the righteous heere on earth is no derogation to our Sauiour.
SCRIPTVRES ONLY.
THE 23. ARTICLE. The Angels and Sainctes in heauen knovv our doinges and vvantes better then men ther∣fore, &c.
THE CATHOLICKE DOCTRINE.
FATHERS.
THE ADVERSARIE.
LVTHERS DOCTRINE.
CALVINS DOCTRINE.
An old condemned Heresie.
THE 14. ARTICLE. Of Saintes Reliques.
THE CATHOLICKE DOCTRINE.
SCRIPTVRE. The Angels Protect Saintes Bodies.
Vnreasonable creatures spare the bodies of Saintes both Dead and liueing.
God doth honour the reliques of his Sain∣tes by miracles.
FATHERS.
THE ADVERSARIE.
LVTHERS DOCTRINE.
CALVINS DOCTRINE.
An old condemned Heresie.
THE 25. ARTICLE. Of the Holy Crosse and Images.
THE CATHOLICKE DOCTRINE.
SCRIPTVRE.
For the Crosse.
FATHERS.
THE ADVERSARIE.
LVTHERS DOCTRINE.
CALVINS DOCTRINE.
An old condemned Heresie.
THE 26. ARTICLE. Of Purgatory and Lymbus Patrum.
THE CATHOLICKE DOCTRINE.
SCRIPTVRE. Lymbus Patrum.
Purgatorie.
FATHERS.
See the Aduersaries consent in prayer for the Deade. LVTHERS DOCTRINE.
CALVINS DOCTRINE.
An old condemned Heresie.
THE 22. ARTICLE. Prayer for the Dead.
THE CATHOLICKE DOCTRINE.
SCRIPTVRE.
FATHERS.
THE ADVERSARIE.
LVTHERS DOCTRINE.
CALVINS DOCTRINE.
An old condemned Heresie.
THE 28. ARTICLE. Ecclesiasticall Tradition.
THE CATHOLICKE DOCTRINE.
SCRIPTVRE.
FATHERS.
THE ADVERSARIE.
LVTHERS DOCTRINE.
CALVINS DOCTRINE.
An old condemned Heresie.
THE 29. ARTICLE. Of the 7. Sacraments.
THE CATHOLICKE DOCTRINE.
SCRIPTVRE. Baptisme.
Confirmation.
Eucharist.
Penaunce.
Extreame Vnction.
Order.
Matrimonie.
FATHERS.
Confirmation.
Penaunce.
Extreame Vnction.
Order.
Matrimonie.
LVTHERS DOCTRINE.
CALVINS DOCTRINE.
THE 30. ARTICLE. The efficacie of Sa∣cramentes.
THE CATHOLICKE DOCTRINE.
SCRIPTVRE.
FATHERS.
THE ADVERSARIE.
LVTHERS DOCTRINE.
CALVINS DOCTRINE.
THE 31. ARTICLE. Of Baptisme and the Necessitie therof.
THE CATHOLICKE DOCTRINE.
SCRIPTVRE.
FATHERS.
THE ADVERSARIE.
LVTHERS DOCTRINE.
CALVINS DOCTRINE.
An old condemned Heresie.
THE 32. ARTICLE. Of the venerable Sacrament of the Eucharist.
THE CATHOLICKE DOCTRINE FOR THE REAL PRESENCE.
SCRIPTVRE.
FATHERS.
THE ADVERSARIE.
LVTHERS DOCTRINE.
CALVINS DOCTRINE.
An old condemned Heresie by the primitiue Church.
Solutions to the Aduersaries obie∣ctions against the real pre∣sence proued out of this sixth Chapter of S. Iohn.
A Briefe demonstration from the aun∣cient Ievves for the real presence.
THE 33. ARTICLE. Of the Sacrifice of the Masse.
THE CATHOLICKE DOCTRINE.
SCRIPTVRE.
FATHERS.
THE ADVERSARIE.
LVTHERS DOCTRINE.
CALVINS DOCTRINE.
An old condemned Heresie.
THE 34. ARTICLE. Communion vnder both Kindes.
THE CATHOLICKE DOCTRINE.
SCRIPTVRE.
Iesus going to Emaus vvith his Tvvo Disciples.
FATHERS.
THE ADVERSARIE.
THE 35. ARTICLE. Of Confession.
THE CATHOLICKE DOCTRINE.
SCRIPTVRE.
FATHERS.
THE ADVERSARIE.
LVTHERS DOCTRINE.
CALVINS DOCTRINE.
An old condemned Heresie.
THE 36. ARTICLE. Of Satisfaction.
THE CATHOLICKE DOCTRINE.
SCRIPTVRE.
FATHERS.
THE ADVERSARIE.
LVTHERS DOCTRINE.
CALVINS DOCTRINE.
THE 37. ARTICLE. Of the Single life of Priestes and Clergie men.
THE CATHOLICKE DOCTRINE.
SCRIPTVRE.
FATHERS.
Against the friuolous obiections and excuses of impudent heretiques, vvherin they pretend that it is not possible for a man to vovv and performe his vovv of chastitie or continencie.
THE ADVERSARIE.
LVTHERS DOCTRINE.
CALVINS DOCTRINE.
An old condemned Heresie.
THE 38. ARTICLE Vovves of perpetuall chastity vvere allovved by the fathers, affirming them to be obligatory.
THE 39. ARTICLE. Of Antichrist and the Aulters and Sacrifice vvhich he is foretold to take avvay. Daniel capit. 12. vers. 11.
THE 40. ARTICLE. The Roman faith proued to be the true Catholicke saith by S. Dionysius Areopagita, and Hermes, vvho vvere most auncient, and liued in the Apostles tyme.
THE 41. ARTICLE. To shevv no beginning of a Doctri∣ne is an infallible token, that it is, and proceedeth from the Apo∣stles.
THE 42. ARTICLE. True Miracles make a strong argu∣ment for the true faith: and that the fore said faith vvherevnto the Eng¦lish vvere conuerted, vvas confir∣med by such miracles.
THE 43. ARTICLE. Our Aduersaries opposing Fa∣thers against Fathers an∣svveared.
THE 44. ARTICLE. Our Aduersaries generall abiuring the Fathers, and condemning their Doctrine.
Of certayn Fathers in par∣ticuler.
Petrus Alexandrinus.
Optatus.
S. Ignatius.
S. Ambrose.
S. Augustine.
Iustine Martyr.
Chrysostome.
Luther against Certayne in particuler.
THE 45. ARTICLE. The Continuall purity of the Roman Church acknovvledged by our Aduersaries.
THE 46. ARTICLE. The Catholicke, or Roman faith novv taught, is acknovvledged by prote∣stantes for sufficient vnto salua∣tion.
THE 47. ARTICLE A testimonie from the enemie is of greatest accompt.
THE 48. ARTICLE. Of the purity, or rather arrogancy, of the church of England.
THE 49. ARTICLE. Of Heretickes impudencie.
Imprimis, Luther.
Caluin.
Zuinglius.
Musculus.
Fricius (of all the protestantes in Polo∣nia vvithout question the most learned) against commu∣nion vnder one forme.
Brentius.
THE 50. ARTICLE. Heretickes Raylinges, the one against the other.
Luther against the Zuinglius.
Luther against the Caluinistes.
Luther against the Sacramentaries or Zuinglius.
Tilmannus Heshusius a Lutheran against Caluin.
Luther against the Zuin∣glians.
The Deuynes of Mansfield Lutherans against Caluinistes.
The Lutherans, in a notable Synod in Germanie vvith one voyce, and generall consent, do plainly reno∣unce all brotherly friendship vvith the Zuinglians in these vvordes.
A superintendent of the Lutherans a∣gainst Zuinglians for corrupting the Bible.
A speciall great Lutheran against the Caluinistes.
Zuinglius against Luther.
The deuynes of Tigur, Zuinglians a∣gainst Luther.
Caluin against Luther.
Ioannes Campanus a Caluinist against Luther.
The Deuynes of Heidelberg against Luther.
THE 51. ARTICLE. The Deathes of Luther Zuinglius and Caluin.
Luther saith first of is owne writinges.
Death of Luther.
Death of Zuinglius Oecolom∣padius.
Death of Caluin.