But when it comes to that subjection, by which all Catholics are constrained by conscience, who lean into contemplative sciences, in order to bring new benefits to the Church through their writings, the men of the same Assembly must therefore recognize that it is not enough for wise Catholics to accept and worship the aforesaid dogmas of the Church. but it is also necessary for them to submit themselves both to the decisions which are brought forth by the Pontifical Congregations pertaining to doctrine, and to those heads of doctrine, which are retained by the common and constant consent of Catholics, as theological truths and conclusions so certain, that opinions contrary to the same heads of doctrine, though they cannot be called heretical, yet deserve another theological censure.

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Bld. Pope Pius IX

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