This Papal Encyclical, written in the midst of the Jansenism controversy, contains 101 propositions of Pasquier Quesnel (a Jansenist theologian) condemned by the Roman Catholic Church. Along those propositions are found the next: "3. In vain, O Lord, do You command, if You do not give what you command." "4. When God does not soften a heart by the interior unction of His grace, exterior exhortations and graces are of no service except to harden it the more." "12. When God wishes to save a soul, at whatever time and at what ever place, the undoubted effect follows the Will of God." "38. Without the grace of the Liberator, the sinner is not free except to do evil." "80. The reading of Sacred Scripture is for all." "82. The Lord’s Day ought to be sanctified by Christians with readings of pious works and above all of the Holy Scriptures. It is harmful for a Christian to wish to withdraw from this reading." Is this really the official position of the Roman Catholic Church? I think a better learned brother in the writings of St. Augustine can draw from them some of the propositions found in Unigentius.