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Mysterium fidei is a Latin phrase meaning the or a mystery of faith or of the faith, used
- in the Vulgate translation of "τὸ μυστήριον τῆς πίστεως" in 1 Timothy 3:9, usually Englished as "the mystery of the faith" but sometimes as "the mystery of faith" or various other phrases
- in the Roman Rite Mass within or immediately after the formula of consecration of the wine, where it has been officially translated as "The mystery of faith"
- in the works of A. E. Waite (1857 – 1942), where it means a supposed radical mystical thesis underlying certain expressions of Judaism and Christianity
- as the title of the chief work of Maurice de la Taille, published in 1921
- as the incipit of Mysterium Fidei (encyclical), Pope Paul VI's papal encyclical of 3 September 1965 on the Eucharist
- in the Catechism of the Catholic Church (1997) to mean a mystery hidden in God, which can never be known unless revealed by God
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- Arthur Edward Waite, The Unknown Philosopher 1901 (reprint by Kessinger Publishing 1993 ISBN 9781564594853), p. 343
- New Catholic Encyclopedia (second edition), vol. 4, p. 624
- Catechismus Ecclesiae Catholicae, 237
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