Church of Rome love


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  • proper n. the Roman Catholic Church

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  • n. the Christian Church based in the Vatican and presided over by a pope and an episcopal hierarchy


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  • [141] Two lectures preached by Owen in this series appear among his works, — the first entitled, “How we may Learn to Bear Reproofs,” Ps.cxli. 5; the other, “The Chamber of Imagery in the Church of Rome Laid Open,” 1 Pet. ii.

    Life of Dr Owen

  • The Church of Rome had always regarded the merchant with a dubious eye and had not hesitated to call usury a sin.

    The Worldly Philosophers

  • Miss Grenfell had joined the Church of Rome two years before, and at that time thought of entering a convent.

    The Life of Froude

  • Father Paul gives a singular and graphic description of the persons, the characters, and the arguments, by which this last council of the Church of Rome was distinguished.

    Commentary on Genesis - Volume 2

  • And according to the Levitikon the Templars were against the Church of Rome from their very inception, not because of the way they were suppressed.

    The Templar Revelation

  • The name given in later antiquity and the early Middle Ages to those clerics and officials of the Church of Rome who were attached neither to the papal palace or patriarchium, nor to the titular churches of

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 12: Philip II-Reuss

  • While the Church of Rome as a whole thus moved away under external pressures from the rigorist toward the laxist, casuistical pole in moral theology, developments took place within her own house which further strengthened this tendency and created in the Jesuit Order a power - ful internal vanguard of an even more extreme laxist and casuistical movement.


  • [147] In 1679, Dr Owen published a small treatise answering this description, under the title of "The Church of Rome no Safe Guide."


  • Or at least, upon so notable an emergency as the last, the Church of Rome would then in the Council of Trent have thought of rectifying itself in good earnest, that it might have recover'd its ancient character; whereas it left the same divisions much wider, and the Christian people of the world to suffer,

    Andrew Marvell

  • And if a private doctor of the Church of Rome may thus transubstantiate blasphemy into piety, or make that pass for pious which is really blasphemous, I see no reason why a pope might not add his authority, and make it canonical too.

    The Sermons of John Owen


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