Friday, 11 April 2014

Gaudendum est universitati

The Papal bull issued by Pope Alexander III canonising Becket as saint.
March 22, 1173: Gaudendum est universitati

University of Zurich: Corpus Corporum

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Gaudendum est universitati fidelium de mirabilibus illius sancti et reverendi viri Thomae archiepiscopi vestri. (0901D)

Redolet Anglia fragrantia et virtute signorum quae per merita illius sancti et venerandi viri Thomae, quondam Cantuariensis archiepiscopi, omnipotens Deus operatur, et universa laetatur ubique fidelium Christiana religio, pro eo, quod ille, qui est mirabilis et gloriosus in sanctis, sanctum suum post mortem clarificavit, cuius vita laudabilis multa fulsit gloria meritorum, et tandem martyrio consummata est certaminis gloriosi. (0882D)

Ea quae iudicio vel transactione rationabiliter inter aliquos statuuntur, ne malignitate cuiuslibet a sua valeant firmitate divelli vel praesumptione temeraria immutari, rata debent et inconvulsa persistere, et apostolico convenit munimine roborari. (1022B)
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Praise to all the faithful because of the miracles of that one holy and deservedly to be revered man Thomas, your archbishop.

England smells sweetly from both the virtue and by the signs which, through the merits of that holy and adored man, Thomas, formerly archbishop of Canterbury, that the all-powerful God has performed and by Christian worship the faithful are rejoicing everywhere, and the whole world, according to him, and because of him, which is wonderful and glorious in holiness, for which he has become famous for his holiness after death, and of and by which his praiseworthy life has supported in many things with the glory of merit, and finally by the martyrdom with which he has been consummated in the glorious contest.

Those things which by judgement or transaction among other matters which have been reasonably established, depending neither on any malignancy for their reliability whether rashly presumed, before it is torn apart or changed, and therefore ought to remain strong and unchanged, and therefore by apostolic authority this is suitably given our seal.


References

Jeremy Collier (1841). An Ecclesiastical History of Great Britain,  W. Straker. pp. 28–.

Christian Lupus; Papa Alejandro III (1728). Epistolae et vita D. Thomae martyris et Archi-episcopi Cantuariensis: apud Jo. Baptistam Albritium q. Hieron. et Sebastianum Coleti. pp. 60–.


Migne (1855). Patrologiae cursus completus: sive Bibliotheca universalis. "MXXIII: Ad capitulum Cantuariense. — De canonizatione beati Thomae archipraesulis". J. P. Migne. pp. 422–3.



Jaffé, Regesta Volume 1, n° 8201 p.753 
https://archive.org/details/regestapontific01popegoog

Bibliothèque Mazarine 23 quai de Conti 75006 Paris
Calames - Ms 1741 Recueil sur Thomas Becket

Redolet Anglia
David Wilkins (1737). Concilia Magnae Britanniae et Hiberniae: a synodo verolamiensi A.D. CCCC XLVI. ad londinensem A.D. M DCCXVII. Canonizatio S. Thomae, Cantuariensis: Redolet Anglia: sumptibus R. Gosling; F. Gyles; T. Woodward; et C. Davis. pp. 475–.
Concilia Magnae Britanniae et Hiberniae, a Synd..-

Otfried Krafft (2005). Papsturkunde und Heiligsprechung: die päpstlichen Kanosisationen vom Mittelalter bis zur Reformation : ein Handbuch. Alexander III - 3. Thomas Becket: Böhlau Verlag Köln Weimar. pp. 121–. ISBN 978-3-412-25805-4.

Actes Du Colloque International de Sedieres. Editions Beauchesne. pp. 71–. 



Translation:


All the faithful must rejoice at the wonders wrought by Sr Thomas, former archbishop ...

Eiríkr Magnússon  Thómas Saga Erkibyskups: A Life of Archbishop Thomas Becket in Icelandic. Chapter 102: Cambridge University Press. pp. 191–. ISBN 978-1-108-04922-1.

The Antijacobin Review and True Churchman's Magazine. C. Cradock. 1811. pp. 527–.

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Materials for the history of Thomas Becket Volume VII MTB 784
Gaudendum est universitati fidelium
Thomas Becket (st., abp. of Canterbury.) (1845). Epistolæ sancti Thomæ Cantuariensis ... et aliorum, ed. ab I.A. Giles. pp. 39–.


Redolet Anglia fragantia

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