Fr. Alphonso Muzzarelli, S.J. (d. 1813), De Auctoritate Rom. Pontificis In Conciliis Generalibus, Volume 2, p. 225: “It is not only he who teaches heretically who is called a heretic, but also he who shows his support for heretics and heresy. For he is rightly reputed to be of the same doctrine who manifestly consents and cooperates with it through his support.”
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