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- proper n. The God in various Christian religions.
- proper n. The title of the Pope of the Catholic Church.
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- adj. a title of the pope.
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- n. the head of the Roman Catholic Church
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After having the audacity to have the Holy Father removed from Rome, the Directoire falters.
Since the illegal seizure of power, Italy has known an average of five acts of political violence per diem, the DUCE has decreed that 1922 is the new Annus Domini, and He has pretended to be a Catholic in order to dupe the Holy Father into supporting Him against the Communists, even though He really is one Himself.
After serving for a time in the hospital of St. Gallicano they left Rome with permission of the Holy Father and went to Mount Argentaro, where they established the first house of the institute.
“I do hope the Holy Father has his bags packed,” said Monsieur Papée with a faint, a very faint relish.
Reprisal would be immediate, and the Holy Father would be sent to Berlin, which is what he fears.
During the early part of the day, when the Holy Father was celebrating Mass on St Peter's steps, I reached my final decision.
So of course to-day, when Austria is learning the bitter lesson that they who draw the sword shall perish by the sword, the heart of the Holy Father is wrung with grief, and he sends out these eloquent peace-notes, written in Vienna and edited in Berlin.
In other words, Austria is still to a large extent a "Priestly Empire;" and it was Austria which began the war -- began it in a religious quarrel, with a Slav people which does not acknowledge the Holy Father as the ruler of the world, but persists in adhering to the Eastern Church.
Pius IV was not satisfied, nor were the party of reform, that the two protagonists of former convocations were absent; Salmerón, Lainez, and Polanco were straightway ordered by the Holy Father to go to Trent as his theologians.
As a matter of fact the very words of Konings were employed in the Instruction sent by the Holy Father and incorporated in the