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  • The other is by a worthy Episcopal rector, who appears to write as if he were in earnest, and he calls the Papacy the 'Devil's

    The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 06, No. 37, November, 1860

  • The other is by a worthy Episcopal rector, who appears to write as if he were in earnest, and he calls the Papacy the 'Devil's Masterpiece,' and talks about the 'Satanic scheme' of that very Church 'through which alone,' as Mr. Brownson tells us, 'we can hope for heaven'

    Complete Project Gutenberg Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr. Works

  • The other is by a worthy Episcopal rector, who appears to write as if he were in earnest, and he calls the Papacy the 'Devil's

    Elsie Venner

  • Reformation Eschatology (2/2), REFORMATION BOOKSHELF CD (Volume 14 of 30), Historicism, the Papacy is the Antichrist, Islam in Revelation, Preterism (Jesuitism) and Futurism (Jesuitism) Refuted, etc.

    OpEdNews - Diary: The Revealing of the Beast of the Earth: Dabbat al-Ard

  • That, in addition to the fact that he had no love of Catholic tradition or traditional liturgy or accessories of the Papacy was another.

    The return of the Sedia Gestatoria?

  • Hobbes suggested one explanation when he called the Papacy "the ghost of the

    Medieval Europe

  • Throughout mediæval times the Empire and the Papacy were the two central features in the history of the Occident.

    III. The World Movement

  • That the Papacy was Christ's Vicarage was a fact that had long since been obscured by the conception that the Papacy was a kingdom of this world.

    The Life of Cesare Borgia

  • That the Papacy was Christ's Vicarage was a fact that had long since been obscured by the conception that the Papacy was a kingdom of this world.

    The Life of Cesare Borgia

  • The rise of heresy and of protests against the corruption of the Papacy was another very grave pretext of the Church to support the military system.

    The War and the Churches

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