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Of the pope in his relations with the catholic church The pope in his eelations with temporal sovereignties.

Of the pope in his relations with the catholic church. Infallibility de facto 76 CHAPTER XVI. Answer to some objections 96 CHAPTER XVII. Of infallibility in the philosophical system 100 CHAPTER XVIII. The pope in his eelations with temporal sovereignties. CHAPTER I. A few words on Sovereignty 115 CHAPTER II. Inconveniences of Sovereignty 116 CHAPTER III. Ideas of antiquity on the great problem 121 CHAPTER IV.

by Joseph Marie De Maistre (Author), Aeneas MCD Dawson (Translator).

St. Alphonsus writes: "a single bad book will be sufficient to cause the destruction of a monastery. Despite his close personal and intellectual ties to France, Maistre remained throughout his life a loyal subject of the King of Sardinia, whom he served as member of the Savoy Senate (1787–1792), ambassador A Savoyard lawyer, diplomat, writer, and philosopher.

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The Pope, Considered in His Relations with the Church: Temporal Sovereignties, Separated Churches, and the Cause of Civilization. Joseph Marie comte de Maistre. Стр. 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. Встречается в книгах (28) с 1811 по 2005. 10 - When two or three shall be gathered together in my name, I shall be in the midst of ye ;' and for some moments I felt the influence of those words.

with the Church, Temporal Sovereignties, Separated Churches, and the Cause of Civilization. 71 examination of a particular difficulty raised against the decisions of the popes.

The Pope; Considered in His Relations with the Church, Temporal Sovereignties, Separated Churches, and the Cause of Civilization. Translated by Æ. McD. Dawson. Joseph Marie de MAISTRE (Count. Æneas McDonell DAWSON. THE doctrinal decisions of the Popes have always been law in the Church. The adversaries of pontifical supremacy, unable to deny this.

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