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Leão X

Data de nascimento: 11. Dezembro 1475
Data de falecimento: 1. Dezembro 1521

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Papa Leão X, nascido João de Lourenço de Médici foi papa de 1513 até sua morte. Ele foi o último não-sacerdote a ser eleito Papa. Ele é conhecido principalmente por ser o papa do início da Reforma Protestante, iniciada por Martinho Lutero por suas 95 teses e por ter sido o último papa a ter visto a Europa Ocidental totalmente católica. Ele era o segundo filho de Clarice Orsini e Lorenzo de Medici, o governante mais famoso da República de Florença. Seu primo, Giulio di Giuliano de Medici, viria a suceder-lhe como Papa Clemente VII .

Citações Leão X

„Já que Deus nos concedeu o papado, apreciemo-lo.“

—  Leão X
Atribuídas, Suposta Declaração a seu irmão Giuliano. Nessa época seu irmão não estava em Roma. Outros setores sustentam ainda que o papa lhe disse essa frase em uma carta; no entanto, a suposta carta de Leão X jamais foi encontrada e apenas mênçâos e citações por anti-católicos são encontradas, o que indica tratar-se de uma falsifição. Source: G. A .Cesareo, Pasquino e pasquinate nella Roma de Leone X, Rome, 1938 Source: Wotherspoon & Aldrich (Eds), Who’s who in gay and lesbian history, London, 2001

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„Se nós fizemos trinta poderemos fazer trinta e um.“

—  Leão X
Nota: Dito em 1º de julho de 1517, quando criou trinta novos cardeais.

„Quão útil nos foi esta fábula de Cristo“

—  Leão X
Atribuídas, "Quantum nobis prodeste haec fabula Christi" não existem fontes confiáveis que confirmem esta citação. James Patrick Holding neste ensaio http://translate.google.com.br/translate?hl=pt-BR&sl=en&u=http://www.tektonics.org/lp/popeleox.html&sa=X&oi=translate&resnum=1&ct=result&prev=/search%3Fq%3DThe%2BPageant%2Bof%2Bthe%2BPopes%2BJohn%2BBale%26hl%3Dpt-BR%26client%3Dfirefox-a%26rls%3Dorg.mozilla:pt-BR:official%26sa%3DG sustenta que esta atribuição foi elaborada por anti-católicos, não havendo obras sérias que comprovem a autenticidade da afirmação, e aponta itens ainda sem resposta:

„In fact, they twist and adulterate the Scriptures.“

—  Pope Leo X, Exsurge Domine
Exsurge Domine (1520), Context: Some, putting aside her true interpretation of Sacred Scripture, are blinded in mind by the father of lies. Wise in their own eyes, according to the ancient practice of heretics, they interpret these same Scriptures otherwise than the Holy Spirit demands, inspired only by their own sense of ambition, and for the sake of popular acclaim, as the Apostle declares. In fact, they twist and adulterate the Scriptures. As a result, according to Jerome, "It is no longer the Gospel of Christ, but a man's, or what is worse, the devil's." Let all this holy Church of God, I say, arise, and with the blessed apostles intercede with almighty God to purge the errors of His sheep, to banish all heresies from the lands of the faithful, and be pleased to maintain the peace and unity of His holy Church. For we can scarcely express, from distress and grief of mind, what has reached our ears for some time by the report of reliable men and general rumor; alas, we have even seen with our eyes and read the many diverse errors.

„By listing them, we decree and declare that all the faithful of both sexes must regard them as condemned, reprobated, and rejected….We restrain all in the virtue of holy obedience and under the penalty of an automatic major excommunication….“

—  Pope Leo X, Exsurge Domine
Exsurge Domine (1520), Context: With the advice and consent of these our venerable brothers, with mature deliberation on each and every one of the above theses, and by the authority of almighty God, the blessed Apostles Peter and Paul, and our own authority, we condemn, reprobate, and reject completely each of these theses or errors as either heretical, scandalous, false, offensive to pious ears or seductive of simple minds, and against Catholic truth. By listing them, we decree and declare that all the faithful of both sexes must regard them as condemned, reprobated, and rejected…. We restrain all in the virtue of holy obedience and under the penalty of an automatic major excommunication.... Moreover, because the preceding errors and many others are contained in the books or writings of Martin Luther, we likewise condemn, reprobate, and reject completely the books and all the writings and sermons of the said Martin, whether in Latin or any other language, containing the said errors or any one of them; and we wish them to be regarded as utterly condemned, reprobated, and rejected. We forbid each and every one of the faithful of either sex, in virtue of holy obedience and under the above penalties to be incurred automatically, to read, assert, preach, praise, print, publish, or defend them. They will incur these penalties if they presume to uphold them in any way, personally or through another or others, directly or indirectly, tacitly or explicitly, publicly or occultly, either in their own homes or in other public or private places.

„Against the Roman Church, you warned, lying teachers are rising, introducing ruinous sects, and drawing upon themselves speedy doom. Their tongues are fire, a restless evil, full of deadly poison. They have bitter zeal, contention in their hearts, and boast and lie against the truth.“

—  Pope Leo X, Exsurge Domine
Exsurge Domine (1520), Context: Give heed to the cause of the holy Roman Church, mother of all churches and teacher of the faith, whom you by the order of God, have consecrated by your blood. Against the Roman Church, you warned, lying teachers are rising, introducing ruinous sects, and drawing upon themselves speedy doom. Their tongues are fire, a restless evil, full of deadly poison. They have bitter zeal, contention in their hearts, and boast and lie against the truth.

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„We forbid each and every one of the faithful of either sex, in virtue of holy obedience and under the above penalties to be incurred automatically, to read, assert, preach, praise, print, publish, or defend them.“

—  Pope Leo X, Exsurge Domine
Exsurge Domine (1520), Context: With the advice and consent of these our venerable brothers, with mature deliberation on each and every one of the above theses, and by the authority of almighty God, the blessed Apostles Peter and Paul, and our own authority, we condemn, reprobate, and reject completely each of these theses or errors as either heretical, scandalous, false, offensive to pious ears or seductive of simple minds, and against Catholic truth. By listing them, we decree and declare that all the faithful of both sexes must regard them as condemned, reprobated, and rejected…. We restrain all in the virtue of holy obedience and under the penalty of an automatic major excommunication.... Moreover, because the preceding errors and many others are contained in the books or writings of Martin Luther, we likewise condemn, reprobate, and reject completely the books and all the writings and sermons of the said Martin, whether in Latin or any other language, containing the said errors or any one of them; and we wish them to be regarded as utterly condemned, reprobated, and rejected. We forbid each and every one of the faithful of either sex, in virtue of holy obedience and under the above penalties to be incurred automatically, to read, assert, preach, praise, print, publish, or defend them. They will incur these penalties if they presume to uphold them in any way, personally or through another or others, directly or indirectly, tacitly or explicitly, publicly or occultly, either in their own homes or in other public or private places.

„No one of sound mind is ignorant how destructive, pernicious, scandalous, and seductive to pious and simple minds these various errors are, how opposed they are to all charity and reverence for the holy Roman Church who is the mother of all the faithful and teacher of the faith; how destructive they are of the vigor of ecclesiastical discipline, namely obedience.“

—  Pope Leo X, Exsurge Domine
Exsurge Domine (1520), Context: No one of sound mind is ignorant how destructive, pernicious, scandalous, and seductive to pious and simple minds these various errors are, how opposed they are to all charity and reverence for the holy Roman Church who is the mother of all the faithful and teacher of the faith; how destructive they are of the vigor of ecclesiastical discipline, namely obedience. This virtue is the font and origin of all virtues and without it anyone is readily convicted of being unfaithful. Therefore we, in this above enumeration, important as it is, wish to proceed with great care as is proper, and to cut off the advance of this plague and cancerous disease so it will not spread any further in the Lord's field as harmful thorn-bushes.

„Some, putting aside her true interpretation of Sacred Scripture, are blinded in mind by the father of lies.“

—  Pope Leo X, Exsurge Domine
Exsurge Domine (1520), Context: Some, putting aside her true interpretation of Sacred Scripture, are blinded in mind by the father of lies. Wise in their own eyes, according to the ancient practice of heretics, they interpret these same Scriptures otherwise than the Holy Spirit demands, inspired only by their own sense of ambition, and for the sake of popular acclaim, as the Apostle declares. In fact, they twist and adulterate the Scriptures. As a result, according to Jerome, "It is no longer the Gospel of Christ, but a man's, or what is worse, the devil's." Let all this holy Church of God, I say, arise, and with the blessed apostles intercede with almighty God to purge the errors of His sheep, to banish all heresies from the lands of the faithful, and be pleased to maintain the peace and unity of His holy Church. For we can scarcely express, from distress and grief of mind, what has reached our ears for some time by the report of reliable men and general rumor; alas, we have even seen with our eyes and read the many diverse errors.

„Some of these errors we have decided to include in the present document; their substance is as follows“

—  Pope Leo X, Exsurge Domine
Exsurge Domine (1520), Context: In virtue of our pastoral office committed to us by the divine favor we can under no circumstances tolerate or overlook any longer the pernicious poison of the above errors without disgrace to the Christian religion and injury to orthodox faith. Some of these errors we have decided to include in the present document; their substance is as follows:

„We enjoin, however, on Martin that in the meantime he cease from all preaching or the office of preacher…“

—  Pope Leo X, Exsurge Domine
Exsurge Domine (1520), Context: Therefore let Martin himself and all those adhering to him, and those who shelter and support him, through the merciful heart of our God and the sprinkling of the blood of our Lord Jesus Christ by which and through whom the redemption of the human race and the upbuilding of holy mother Church was accomplished, know that from our heart we exhort and beseech that he cease to disturb the peace, unity, and truth of the Church for which the Savior prayed so earnestly to the Father. Let him abstain from his pernicious errors that he may come back to us. If they really will obey, and certify to us by legal documents that they have obeyed, they will find in us the affection of a father's love, the opening of the font of the effects of paternal charity, and opening of the font of mercy and clemency. We enjoin, however, on Martin that in the meantime he cease from all preaching or the office of preacher...

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