|Author:||Trigge, Francis, 1547?-1606.|
|Title:||The true Catholique formed according to the truth of the Scriptures, and the shape of the ancient fathers, and best sort of the latter Catholiques, which seeme to fauour the Church of Rome : the contents vvhereof are to be seene in the page following.|
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2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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The true Catholique formed according to the truth of the Scriptures, and the shape of the ancient fathers, and best sort of the latter Catholiques, which seeme to fauour the Church of Rome : the contents vvhereof are to be seene in the page following.
Trigge, Francis, 1547?-1606.
At London: Printed by Peter Short, dwelling at the signe of the Starre on Bredstreet hill, 1602.
Dedication signed: Francis Trigge.
Signatures: [par.]6(-[par.]1) A-4G4.
Errata: p. .
Numerous errors in paging.
Reproduction of original in the St. John's College (University of Cambrigde). Library.
Catholic Church -- Controversial literature.
THE CONTENTS OF this Booke.
To the Christian Reader.
Faults escaped amend thus.
THE TRVE CATHOLIQVES Alphabet, or A. B. C. taken out of Saint Ierom.
The true Catholiques Pater noster or Lords prayer, expounded briefly by Saint Augustine.
table of contents
The true Catholiques Catechisme, or briefe summe of Religion.
1. Of mans free will.
2. Of Justification.
3. Of speciall grace.
4. Of good works.
5. Of the Certaintie of Salua∣tion.
6. Of the reading of the Scriptures, and of their sufficiencie.
7. Of the sufficiencie of the Scriptures.
8. Of Pilgrimages.
Of Pilgrimages to Rome, or to other places.
9. Of Traditions and ceremonies.
10. Of the Popes Supremacie.
12. Of Miracles.
13. Of Apparitions of spirits.
14. Of Inuocation.
15. Of Prayers in a strange language.
16. Of Auricular confession.
17. Of Purgatorie.
18. Of Jdolatrie.
19. Of Charming and enchanting.
A golden porch or entrie, into the true Catholikes house.
The true Catholickes house, or the notes and marks of the true Church, taken out of the holy Scriptures.
Certaine Prayers, fit for euerie true Catholique dayly to vse, both for himselfe and his family, taken out of the scrip∣tures, Granatensis, and others.
A Thanksgiuing vnto Iesus Christ for the be∣nefites he hath bestowed on vs, taken out of Gra∣natensis, which may be called the true Catholikes Graces.
A Forme of Morning Prayer taken out of Granatensis, for Christian families.
A Forme of Euening Prayer for Christian Families.
Certaine briefe and familiar prayers, which e∣uerie true Christian ought euer to haue in his mouth.
In the Morning.
In the beginning or doing of any worke.
In temptations of the flesh.
In the Euening.
Against the assaults of the enemie.
In sorow or heauinesse.
When we shall heare the clocke strike, let vs say:
When as we shall haue done any thing well, let vs say:
When we shall take a iourney.
In a doubtfull matter let vs pray thus:
In dangers, let vs pray thus:
For Faith let vs pray thus with the Apostles.
For the loue of God.
For remission of sinnes.
For good thoughts.
For good workes.
At the houre of death.
For the Church pray thus.
In the afflictions of the Church.
Saint Gregorie his Prayer.
A View of Gods houshold, and of all his Seruants.
The liues and maners of all Christians in particular, briefly drawne out of the Word of God.
The manners and conuersation of the ancient Christians, drawne out of the Fathers.