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" The ecclesiastical authority first established in the person of one alone has only been diffused on the condition of being always brought back to the principle of its unity, and that all those who shall have to exercise it ought to hold themselves inseparably... "
The Pope, Considered in His Relations with the Church: Temporal ... - Page 25
by Joseph Marie comte de Maistre - 1850 - 369 pages
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The see of st. Peter, the rock of the Church, the source of jurisdiction and ...

Thomas William Allies - 1850
...alone, has only been diffused on the condition of being always brought back to the principle of its unity, and that all those who shall have to exercise it, ought to hold themselves inseparably united to the same chair. " This is that Roman chair so celebrated by the Fathers, which they have vied with...
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The Messenger of the sacred heart of Jesus [afterw.] The Messenger

Apostleship of prayer - 1878
...alone has only been diffused on the condition of being always brought back to the principle of its unity, and that all those who shall have to exercise it ought to hold themselves inseparably united to the same Chair. This is that Roman Chair celebrated by the Fathers, which they have vied with each...
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The problem solved, ed. [or rather written?] by lady Herbert

Problem - 1881
...alone has only been diffused on the condition of being always brought back to the principle of its unity, and that all those who shall have to exercise it ought to hold themselves inseparably united to the same Chair. This is that Roman Chair celebrated by the Fathers, which they have vied with each...
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Life of Our Saviour and Saint Peter: The Rock Upon which He Built His Church

François de Ligny - Saints - 1883 - 867 pages
...receive the same power, but not in the same degree, nor to the same extent. Jesus Christ begins with the first, and in this first he develops all the rest...exercise it ought to hold themselves inseparably united to the same chair : it is that chair so celebrated by the fathers of the Church, in exalting which,...
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The Dublin Review, Volume 107

Nicholas Patrick Wiseman - 1890
...alone, has only been diffused on the condition of being always brought back to the principle of its unity, and that all those who shall have to exercise it ought to hold themselves inseparably united to the same chair." We would gladly linger on this subject of the scriptural evidence of St. Peter's...
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