|Author:||Du Moulin, Pierre, 1568-1658.|
|Title:||The anatomie of the masse wherein is shewed by the Holy Scriptures and by the testimony of the ancient church that the masse is contrary unto the word of God, and farre from the way of salvation / by Peter du Moulin ... ; and translated into English by Jam. Mountaine.|
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The anatomie of the masse wherein is shewed by the Holy Scriptures and by the testimony of the ancient church that the masse is contrary unto the word of God, and farre from the way of salvation / by Peter du Moulin ... ; and translated into English by Jam. Mountaine.
Du Moulin, Pierre, 1568-1658., Montaine, James.
London: Printed by J.B. for Humphrey Robinson, and are to be sold at his shop ..., 1641.
|Alternate titles:||Anatomie de la messe. English|
Translation of: Anatomie de la messe.
Errata on p. .
Reproduction of original in British Library.
Catholic Church -- Controversial literature.
Mass -- Controversial literature -- Early works to 1800.
Transubstantiation -- Controversial literature -- Early works to 1800.
TO The Right Honourable and most Illustrious Lords:
A TABLE OF THE CHAP∣TERS.
CYPRIAN IN HIS LXIII. EPISTLE TO CAECILIVS, §. 7. SPEAKING OF THE EVCHA∣RISTICALL CVP.
And in the XI §.
The Commentary upon the first to the Corinth. attributed to Saint Ambrose in the XI Chapter.
THE ANATOMY OF THE MASSE. FIRST BOOKE.
Saint Mathew in the 26 Chap. and 29 Verse, addes these words of the Lord.
CHAP. II. Foure and thirty contrarieties between the Lords holy Supper and the Masse; and how farre the Church of Rome is departed from the Insti∣tution of the Lord.
CHAP. III. How the change in the Lords institu∣tion, hath changed the nature of the Sacrament. And that in the Masse there is no consecration.
CHAP. IV. That by altering the Lords Institu∣tion, the Romane Church hath changed the nature of Christ.
CHAP. V. Of Maldonats audaciousnesse giving Saint Paul and SaiLuke the lye: and in correcti Saint Matthew & Saint Mar• And touching the fruit of th Vine.
CHAP. VI. How much Christ is dishonoured by this Doctrine. And of the cha∣racter indelible: And of the power of creating ones Creator.
CHAP. VII. That the very words of the Masse are contrary to Transubstantia∣tion.
CHAP. VIII. Recrimination of our Adversa∣ries.
CHAP. IX. Causes why the Pope admitteth not of any alteration in the Masse, and will not conforme himselfe to the Lords Institution.
CHAP. X. Places wherin the Doctors and Coun∣cels of the Roman Church main∣tain, that the Pope and the Church of Rome are not subject to th Scripture, and have greater au∣thority than the Scripture, an may make voide and abolish th Commandements of God.
CHAP. XI. That our Exposition of these wordes This is my body, is conformable to the Scripture and to the nature of Sacraments, and approved by the Ancient Fathers, and confirm∣ed by our Adversaries.
CHAP. XII. That our Adversaries, to avoide a cleare and naturall figure, forge a multitude of harsh and unusua∣all ones, and speake but in figura∣tive tearmes. And of Berenga∣rius his confession.
CHAP. XIII. Of the Ascension of the Lord and of his absence: and of that our Adver∣saries say, that in the Sacrament he is Sacrmentally present.
CHAP. XIV. Confession of our Adversaries, ac∣knowledging that Transubstan∣tiation is not grounded in the Scriptures. That the Primitive Church did consecrate by the pray∣er, and not by these words, This is my body.
CHAP. XV. Of the Adoration of the Sacra∣ment. The opinion of the Roman Church.
CHAP. XVI. Examen of the Adoration of the Sa∣crament by the word of God. That the Ancient Christians did not worship the Sacrament.
CHAP. XVII. Of the Priests intention, without which the Roman Church beleeve no consecration, nor Transubstan∣tiation is made.
CHAP. XVIII. That our Adversaries in this matter intangle themselves into absurdi∣ties, and insoluble contradictions.
CHAP. XIX. Of accidents without a subject: places of Fathers.
CHAP. XX, Answers to some examples brought out of the Scriptures by our ad∣versaries for to prove that the body of Christ hath beene sometimes in two severall places.
CHAP. XXI. Of the dignitie of Priests. And that our Adversaries debase and vili∣sie the utilitie and efficacie o Masses, and make them unprofi∣table for the remission of sinnes. And of the trafficke of Masses.
CHAP. XXII. That the Roman Religion is a new Religion, and forged for the Popes profit and of the Clergie.
CHAP. XXIII. Answer to the Question made unto us by our Adversaries, Where was your Religion before Calvin.
CHAP. XXIV. That our Adversaries reject the Fathers, and speake of them with contempt.
CHAP XXV. Of the corruption and falsification of the Fathers writings: and of the difficultie to understand them.
CHAP. XXVI. Places of the Fathers contrary to Transubstantiation, and to the manducation of the body of Christ by the corporall mouth.
CHAP. XXVII. Confirmation of the same, by the cu∣stomes of the ancient Church.
CHA. XXVIII. Explanation of the places of the Fa∣thers that say that in the Eucha∣rist we eate the body and blood of Christ, and that the bread is chan∣ged into the body of Christ, and is made Christs body. Specially of Ambrose, Hilary, and Chryso∣stome. That the Fathers speake of severall kinds of body and blood of Christ.
CHAP. XXIX. That divers Ancient Fathers have beleeved a mysticall Union of the Godhead of Christ with the bread of the Sacrament.
CHAP. XXX. Particular opinion of Saint Au∣sten and of Fulgentius, and of In∣nocent the third.
CHAP. XXXI. That the Church of Rome condem∣ning the Impanation, is fallen her selfe into an error a thousand times more pernitiou, by Transub∣stantiation. And of the Adora∣tion of the accidents of the bread.
CHAP. XXXII. That the Sacrifice of the Masse was not instituted by Christ. Confes∣sion of our Adversaries.
CHAP. XXXIII. That the Sacrifice of the Masse a∣grees neither with Scripture nor with reason.
CHAP. XXXIIII. In what sence the holy Supper may be called a Sacrifice. Of Mel∣chisedeks Sacrifice. And of the Oblation whereof Malachy speak∣eth.
CHAP. XXXV. In what sense the Fathers have called the Eucharist a Sacri∣fice.
THE SECOND BOOK. OF The Manducation of the Bodie of Christ.
CHAP. I. Of two sorts of manducation of Christs flesh, to wit, Spirituall and Corpo∣rall, and which is the best.
CHAP. II. That in the 6 Chapter of S. Iohn the Lord speakes not of the Sacra∣ment of the Eucharist, nor of the manducation of his flesh by the mouth of the body.
CHAP. III. That the Romane Church, by this doctrine, depriveth the People of Salvation.
CHAP. IV. That the principall Doctors of the Roman Church, yea the Popes themselves do agree with us in this point: and hold that in the 6. of S. Iohn nothing is spoken but of the spirituall Manducation, and that those that contradict them, do speake with incertitude.
CHAP. V. Reasons of our Adversaries for to prove that in the sixth chap. of Saint Iohn it is spoken of the man∣ducation by the mouth of the Body.
CHAP. VI. Testimonies of the Fathers.
CHAP. VII. Impiety of Salmeron the Jesuite, and of Peter Charron. And of Bellarmins foure men inclosed in one sute of clothes. That by this doctrine, Christ hath not a true bo∣dy in the Sacrament.
CHAP. VIII. Of the progresse of this abuse, and by what meanes Satan hath establi∣shed the Transubstantiation.
CHAP. IX. Of the Judgement which the Doctors of the Romane Church doe make touching the apparitions, whereby a little Child, or a morsell of flesh hath appeared at the Masse in the hands of the Priest, and touching Christs blood that is kept in Re∣liques.
CHAP. X. OF the corruption of the Papall Sea in the Ages wherein this errour was most advanced.
CHAP. XI. Of the oppression of England. How Religion passed out of England into Bohemia. Of Wicklef. John Huz, and Hierome of Prague. Of the Councell of Constance. Of Zisca and Procopius, and of their Victories.
CHAP. XII. The Confession of Cyril Patriarch of Constantinople, now living, touching the Sacrament of the Eucharist.
Here is the Originall in Greek.