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" For myself, as a citizen of the United States, and without closing my eyes to our shortcomings as a nation, I say, with a deep sense of pride and gratitude, that I belong to a country where the civil government holds over us the aegis of its protection,... "
Baltimore: Biography - Page 25
edited by - 1912
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The Church and the Age: An Exposition of the Catholic Church in View of the ...

Isaac Thomas Hecker - 1887 - 322 pages
...gratitude that I belong to a country where the civil government holds over us the aegis of its protection without interfering with us in the legitimate exercise...of our sublime mission as ministers of the Gospel cf Christ. Our country has liberty without license, and authority without despotism. Slie rears no...
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The church and modern society

John Ireland - 1903
...gratitude that I belong to a country where the civil government holds over us the tcoris of its protection without interfering with us in the legitimate exercise...sublime mission as ministers of the gospel of Christ." Discourse of Card. Gibbons in his Titular Church in Rome, March 25th, 1887. CMS-s Church will not...
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Life of James, cardinal Gibbons

Allen Sinclair Will - 1911 - 414 pages
...gratitude, that / belong to a country where the civil government holds over us the cegis of its protection, without interfering with us in the legitimate exercise...despotism. She rears no wall to exclude the stranger from among us. She has few frowning fortifications to repel the invader, for she is at peace with all the...
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Famous living Americans, with portraits

Mary Griffin Webb, Edna Lenore Webb - United States - 1914 - 594 pages
...gratitude, that I belong to a country where the civil government holds over us the aegis of its protection, without interfering with us in the legitimate exercise...despotism. She rears no wall to exclude the stranger from among us. She has no frowning fortifications to repel the invader, for she is at peace with all the...
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An American Satyr: The Morbid Misconstruction and Malevolent ...

Elihu Samuel Riley - Church and state - 1916 - 82 pages
...gratitude that I belong to a country where the civil government holds over us the aegis of its protection without interfering with us in the legitimate exercise...sublime mission as ministers of the Gospel of Christ." Cardinal Gibbons while being invested at Rome with the purple. "It is an error, radical and gross,...
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A retrospect of fifty years, Volume 2

James Gibbons - 1916
...Gospel of Christ. Our country enjoys liberty regulated by law, and exercises authority without depotism. She rears no wall to exclude the stranger from coming among us. She has no frowning fortifications to repel an invader. She rests secure in the consciousness of her strength...
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Life of Cardinal Gibbons: archbishop of Baltimore, Volume 1

Allen Sinclair Will - 1922 - 1145 pages
...gratitude, that I belong to a country where the civil government holds over us the aegis of its protection, without interfering with us in the legitimate exercise...despotism. . She rears no wall to exclude the stranger from among us. She has few frowning fortifications to repel the invader, for she is at peace with all the...
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Catholic Educational Review, Volume 19

Edward Aloysius Pace, Thomas Edward Shields - Education - 1921
...gratitude, that I belong to a country where the civil government holds over us the aegis of its protection without interfering with us in the legitimate exercise of our sublime mission as the ministers of the Gospel of Christ. Our country has liberty without license, authority without despotism....
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The New Democracies: Global Change and U.S. Policy

Brad Roberts - Political Science - 1990 - 249 pages
...a country where the civil government holds over us the aegis of its protection without interfering in the legitimate exercise of our sublime mission as ministers of the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Our country has liberty without license, authority with despotism. . . . But, while we...
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American Catholic Heritage: Stories of Growth

William Barnaby Faherty - Religion - 1991 - 170 pages
...a country where the civil government holds over us the aegis of its protection without interfering in the legitimate exercise of our sublime mission as ministers of the Gospel of Jesus Christ. "Our country has liberty without license, authority without despotism . . . "Her harbors...
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