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" They arose only from remaining imperfection, and were always evidence of sin. Our only way was to dismiss them immediately, repent, and confess them. They were deadly sins, and would condemn us to hell, if we should die without confessing them. Priests,... "
Awful disclosures of Maria Monk, a narrative of her sufferings in the Hotel ... - Page 48
by Maria Monk - 1837
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Lectures on the Present Position of Catholics in England: Addressed to the ...

John Henry Newman - Anti-Catholicism - 1851 - 388 pages
...imperfections, and were always evidences of sin; our only way was to dismiss them immediately, to repent, to confess them. They were deadly sins, and would condemn...could not sin. It was a thing impossible. Every thing they did and wished was of course right V Now, my Brothers, you know there is a divine law written...
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Lectures on the present position of Catholics in England. [wanting pp. 121-168].

John Henry Newman (card.) - 1851
...imperfections, and were always evidences of sin; our only way was to dismiss them immediately, to repent, to confess them. They were deadly sins, and would condemn...could not sin. It was a thing impossible. Every thing they did and wished was of course right V Now, my Brothers, you know there is a divine law written...
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Lectures on the present position of Catholics in England

John Henry Newman (card.) - 1857
...imperfections, and were always evidences of sin ; our only way was to dismiss them immediately, to repent, to confess them. They were deadly sins, and would condemn...insisted, could not sin. It was a thing impossible. Everything they did and wished was of course right."i Now, my Brothers, you know there is a divine...
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Awful Disclosures of Maria Monk: As Exhibited in a Narrative of Her ...

Maria Monk, Hoyte - Anti-Catholicism - 1878 - 188 pages
...and were always evidences of sin. Our only way was to dismiss them immediately, repent, and confess them. Priests, she insisted, could not sin. It was a thing impossible. Everything that they did and wished was of course right She hoped I would see the reasonableness and...
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Why Priests Should Wed

Justin Dewey Fulton - Celibacy - 1888 - 339 pages
...since changed their minds. She even said, that on her entrance into the nunnery she had felt like me."2 Priests, she insisted, could not sin. It was a thing impossible ; every thing they did and wished was of course right. She hoped I would see the reasonableness and duty of the oaths...
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The Black Convent Slave: The Climax of Nunnery Exposures : Awful Disclosures

Ford Hendrickson - Anti-Catholicism - 1914 - 131 pages
...question every point of duty, and induce us to waver at every step. They arose only from demaining imperfection, and were always evidence of sin. Our...insisted, could not sin. It was a thing impossible. Everything that they did and wished was, of course, right. She hoped I would see the reasonableness...
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Religions of the United States in Practice, Volume 1

Colleen McDannell - History - 2001 - 528 pages
...and were always evidences of sin. Our only way was to dismiss them immediately, repent and confess them. Priests, she insisted, could not sin. It was a thing impossible. Everything that they did, and wished, was of course right. She hoped I would see the reasonableness...
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