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A History of the Jesuits: To which is Prefixed A Reply to Mr ..., Zväzok 2
Úplné zobrazenie - 1816
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Strana 465 - ... all and every one of the propositions before recited, as false, captious, shocking, offensive to pious ears, scandalous, pernicious, rash, injurious to the church and her practice...
Strana 467 - And if any one presume to attempt this, let him know that he will incur the indignation of Almighty God, and of his blessed Apostles, Peter and Paul. Given at Rome, at St. Mary Major's, in the year of our Lord 1713, on the sixth of the ides of September, and in the thirteenth year of our pontificate.
Strana 396 - deem himself guilty of a great crime towards " GOD, if, amidst the dangers of the Christian Republic" (in other words, of the cause of Popery), he should neglect to " employ the aids which the special Providence of God had " put in his power, and, if placed in the bark of St. Peter, " and tossed by continual storms, he should refuse to employ " the vigorous and experienced Rowers who volunteer their
Strana 428 - In point of fact, there has not, for the last century, been in France (as I have informed myself from good authority) any objection to reading the Old or New, Testament in the French tongue, or without notes, by any age, or any description of people.
Strana 396 - Christian republic,' (in other words, the cause of popery,) 'he should neglect to employ the aids which the special providence of God had put in his power, and, if placed in the bark of St. Peter, and tossed by continual storms, he should refuse to employ the vigorous and experienced rowers itho volunteer their services!!!
Strana 434 - ... education for the poor ? — I think it scarcely practicable. Do you conceive that any plan could be adopted in which the Roman Catholics could agree with the Protestants in teaching the Scriptures? — Any portion of Scripture taught to the Catholics, to be approved of by the Catholic priests, must be taught from the approved Catholic edition of the Scriptures. Would you allow the Douay version to be taught to the lower classes of society, unaccompanied with notes?— I should answer to that,...
Strana 405 - In what state are they with respect to their morals? — Most depraved; they are exposed to every species of vice with which the streets abound...
Strana 177 - Christian and civil society, those perverted dogmas, which render murder innocent, which sanctify falsehood, authorize perjury, deprive the laws of their power, destroy the submission of subjects, allow individuals the liberty of calumniating, killing, lying...