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Encouragement from the Holy See was quickly forthcoming. Pius V , in the Brief "Ex debito pastoralis officii", bore witness to the good already accomplished, and recommended bishops to establish it in every parish.
Pope Paul V , by the Brief "Ex credito nobis", in 1607, erected it into an archconfraternity, with St. A rescript of the Sacred Congregation of Indulgences, in 1686, urged its establishment wherever possible. Charles Borromeo ; who drew up a code of rules and established it in every parish of his diocese.
From Rome it spread rapidly over Italy, France, and Germany. The First Provincial Council of Westminster urged that its members should be used in both Sunday and day-schools, but while Sunday-schools are plentiful, the confraternity is only sparsely established in England.
Lastly, in 1905 Pope Pius X strictly ordained that "in each and every parish the society commonly called the Confraternity of Christian Doctrine shall be canonically erected".
Pope Pius IV in 1562 made the church of Sant' Apollinare their central institution; but they also gave instructions in schools, in the streets and lanes, and even in private houses.
The association growing, it divided into two sections: the priests formed themselves into a religious congregation, "The Fathers of Christian Doctrine ", while the laymen remained in the world as "The Confraternity of Christian Doctrine ".
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In this video (in Spanish), subcommittee member Bishop Cisneros speaks about his recent visit to Chile and attending a meeting on the pastoral programs that support communities in need.An association established at Rome in 1562 for the purpose of giving religions instruction.Till about the thirteenth century, the Apostles' Creed and Paternoster formed the general basis of religious instruction; all the faithful had to know them by heart, and parish priests were commanded to explain them on Sundays and festivals.The indulgences granted to all these confraternities are very numerous. All materials contained on this site, whether written, audible or visual are the exclusive property of Catholic Online and are protected under U. and International copyright laws, © Copyright 2017 Catholic Online.
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