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" The Anglican Church is the only association in the world which has declared itself null and ridiculous, by the very act which constitutes it. In this act it has solemnly proclaimed thirty-nine Articles, neither more nor less, absolutely necessary to salvation,... "
The Pope, Considered in His Relations with the Church: Temporal ... - Page 350
by Joseph Marie comte de Maistre - 1850 - 369 pages
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Origin and developments of Anglicanism; or, A history of the liturgies [&c ...

William Waterworth - 1854
...described the state of Anglicanism, in his far-famed work entitled, " The Pope." " The Anglican Church is the only association in the world which has declared...which must be sworn to in order to belong to this Church.1 But one of the articles (the 25th) formally declares that God, in constituting his Church,...
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Origin and developments of Anglicanism: or, A history of the liturgies ...

William Waterworth - 1854 - 419 pages
...described the state of Anglicanism, in his far-famed work entitled, " The Pope." " The Anglican Church is the only association in the world which has declared...more nor less, absolutely necessary to salvation, F and which must be sworn to in order to belong to this Church.1 But one of the articles (the 25th)...
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The Invitation Heeded: Reasons for a Return to Catholic Unity

James Kent Stone - Catholic converts - 1870 - 341 pages
...Guarded, p. 190. De Maistre's sentence on the Anglican Articles is famous: "The Anglican Church is the only association in the world which has declared...and ridiculous by the very act which constitutes it. . . . The Anglican Church declares to her children that she is, indeed, entitled to command them, but...
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Catholic progress, Volume 10

Young men's Catholic assoc - 1881
...ridiculous in the estimation of thoughtful-minded men. As Le Maistre says, " The Anglican Church is the only association in the world which has declared...proclaimed thirty-nine Articles, neither more nor less, which must be sworn to >in order to belong to this Church. But one of these Articles, the twenty-fifth,...
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The problem solved, ed. [or rather written?] by lady Herbert

Problem - 1881
...what it teaches you. Did you ever come across the passage from De Maistro? 'The Anglican Church is the only association in the world which has declared...act it has solemnly proclaimed Thirty-nine Articles. But one of these formally declares that God in constituting His Church has not left infallibility upon...
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The Eclectic Review

1843
...bo null and ridiculous by the very act of lier constitution. She solemnly proclaimed in this act the Thirty-nine Articles, neither more nor less, absolutely necessary to salvation, and which it is necessary to swear, in order to belong to that church. But one of these articles (tho twenty-fifth)...
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