The Pope, Considered in His Relations with the Church: Temporal Sovereignties, Separated Churches, and the Cause of Civilization

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C. Dolman, 1850 - Papacy - 369 pages
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Excellent, excellent, excellent -- thrice, I say. This work brilliantly covers the religious, political, and sociological benefits to being in union with the Holy See of Rome.

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XXX
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XXXI
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XXXIII
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XXXIV
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XXXVII
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XXXIX
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Page 293 - This pontiff was born a Roman ; the courage of the first ages of the republic glowed in his breast ; and, amidst the ruins of his country, he stood erect, like one of the firm and lofty columns that rear their heads above the fragments of the Roman forum.
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