Thanks for reply but you are still not getting it.
I have no problem with the Bull of Paul V because at the time there was no actual evidence that Earth is in motion.
However as this evidence Is discovered( Bradley, Newton, Focault), the Popes after Paul V repeal this policy and remove books from the index that treat of E in motion.
If you deny that a Pope has the Authority to repeal a prev Bull then you are wrong..... Sorry
Enjoy the rest of your day...
It was not a Bull roscoe, it was a decree of the Holy Office, 21 of their decrees can be found in Denzingers SOURCES OF CATHOLIC DOGMA.
So, what was the Holy Office of 1616 and 1633? Well in the wake of the Protestant rebellion, Pope Paul III (1534-1549) set up various congregations to assist the popes in their task of safeguarding the apostolic faith held ‘in agreement with Sacred Scripture and apostolic tradition.’ One of the most important of these was the Supreme Sacred Congregation of the Inquisition, otherwise known as the Congregation of the Holy Office, set up in 1542. The function of this body was specifically to maintain and defend the integrity of the faith, to examine and proscribe errors and false doctrines by way of the censorship of books etc., but most of all to combat heresy at the highest level.
The Congregation of the Index, otherwise known as the Index, was finally established in 1572. It was the section placed by Supreme Sacred Congregation in charge of heretical and offensive book censorship, a practice that had been ongoing since the Council of Trent. Made up of ten cardinals, its decrees were normally signed only by its chief officers.
Later, in 1588; Pope Sixtus V (1585-90) gave the Holy Office even more explicit powers in the Bull Immensa Dei
(God who cannot be Encompassed). In this directive he made the reigning pope, whoever he may be, Prefect of the Supreme Sacred Congregation of the Inquisition. This gave the Catholic world to understand that decisions assigned to its judgment, before publication, would invariably be examined and ratified by the Pope himself as supreme judge of the Holy See, and would go forward clothed with such formal papal authority.
Finally, in 1620, Pope Paul V placed all departments of the Church in Rome under the Supreme Sacred Congregation.
Here also is PROOF that Pope Paul V was behind the decree:
‘We, Robert Cardinal Bellarmine, having heard that it is calumniously reported that Signor Galileo Galilei has in our hand abjured, and has also been punished with salutary penance, and being requested to state the truth as to this, declare that the said Signor Galileo Galilei has not abjured, either in our hand or the hand of any other person here in Rome, or any where else, so far as we know, any opinion or doctrine held by him; neither has any salutary penance been imposed upon him, but only the declaration made by the Holy Father, and published by the Sacred Congregation of the Index, has been intimated to him, wherein it is set forth that the doctrine attributed to Copernicus… is contrary to Scripture. 26th day of May 1616.
Il medesimo di sopra,
ROBERTO CARD. BELLARMINO.’
Go on all you like about proofs Roscoe, but you are only kidding yourself, not others. Even the 'heretic Einstein' knew there was no proof.
Here is more proof there was IGNORING of the 1616 decree>
‘On December 1st, 1820, the Inquisition consultant discussed Olivieri’s answers and decided to request the opinion of two other experts, Garofalo and Capellari (who would later be elected Pope Gregory XVI). At this point the documentary trail is lost, but not the historical connection. For on 20 May 1833, while deliberating on a new proposed edition of the Index, Pope Gregory XVI decided that it would omit the five [banned] books by Galileo, Copernicus, Kepler, Foscarini and Zúñiga, but that this omission would be made without explicit comment. (Pierre Noel Mayaud: La Condamnation… Rome, 1997, pp.271-72.) Thus the 1835 edition of the Index for the first time omitted from the list Galileo’s Dialogue, as well as the other books.’ --- Retrying Galileo, p.198.
See, Even Pope Gregory XVI had to IGNORE the infallible decree, because you cannot change infallible decrees.
If this were a forum with just the two of us Roscoe, I really wouldn't bother detailing the truth. But for others I do it. Hopefully we can leave it at that for now. There is enough RED INK above even for you to get the finer points.
But knowing you you will get in one last rejection of faith, dogma, history and science.