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Knihy Knihy 13 z 3 na dotaz ... their grievances, so far from diminishing, seemed rather to increase, he felt....
" ... their grievances, so far from diminishing, seemed rather to increase, he felt that he ought no longer to keep silence. He consequently sent his representative to the Holy Father in order to call his serious, personal attention to them. The French... "
Henry the Third and the Church: A Study of His Ecclesiastical Policy and of ... - Strana 235
podľa Francis Aidan Gasquet - 1905 - Počet stránok 446
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Catholic World, Zväzok 81

1905
...serious, personal attention to them. The French people, he declared, were all agreed on the matter; not only were the nobles and others astonished that...not merely extinct but turned into real hatred and rancor." St. Louis could and did speak plainly. Moreover, when necessity arose he could, without any...
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Review of Theology & Philosophy, Zväzok 1

Allan Menzies - 1906
...in England, and St Louis did not hesitate to inform Innocent that the devotion to the Roman Church " was well-nigh extinct, and not merely extinct, but turned into real hatred and rancour." The Pope could wield the weapons of interdict and excommunication to compel obedience to his will,...
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Catholic World, Zväzok 81

1905
...serious, personal attention to them. The French people, he declared, were all agreed on the matter; not only were the nobles and others astonished that...not merely extinct but turned into real hatred and rancor." St. Louis could and did speak plainly. Moreover, when necessity arose he could, without any...
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