The lives and times of the popes: including the complete gallery of portraits of the pontiffs reproduced from Effigies pontificum Romanorum Dominici basae : being a series of volumes giving the history of the world during the Christian era, Volume 4

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The Catholic Publication Society of America, 1911 - Church history
 

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Page 195 - It was agreed (I must entreat the attention of the reader) that the Holy Ghost proceeds from the Father and the Son...
Page 128 - Diligite justitiam, qu.i judicatis terram (Love justice, ye who judge the earth).
Page 238 - ... of the kingdom of France. It is at the same time a profession of faith on the part of the Most Christian king in the authority of the Head of the Church.
Page 185 - Lorraine, who was heir to the claims of the house of Anjou upon the kingdom of Naples.
Page 196 - Peter; and yet, by a bull of June, 1497, he erected into a duchy the principality of Benevento, and gave it, as well as the city of Terracina, to John Borgia, Duke of Gandia, another of his sons.
Page 223 - Would to God that we had never been pope, or at least that we could have turned all the arms of religion against the enemies of the Holy See!
Page 196 - Borgia did not long enjoy that favor, for almost all historians agree that he was assassinated by his own brother Caesar, and thrown into the Tiber, whence he was drawn out, covered with mortal wounds.
Page 183 - Ferrara, aided by the King of Naples, the Duke of Milan, and the Florentines on the other, it is not necessary to speak here at large.
Page 144 - East lost all their property by pillage and were reduced to captivity. The Turks, whose arrogance was redoubled, threatened to subject all the rest of Europe to the empire of the Crescent.
Page 238 - Gallicis victricibus copus, utere Francorum signis, et simul excipe fortissime Leo fortissimum Franciscum ; Indulgentissime Pater, obsequentissimum filium ; qui tuus e religione, tuus jure, tuus more majorum, tuus consuetudine, tuus fide, tuus voluntate...

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