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  • Nicholas II to the people of Milan, he distinguishes the papal right to interfere in temporal matters by conceding to him not a jus administrationis but a jus jurisdictionis, i.e. the right of consecrating, etc.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 11: New Mexico-Philip

  • About two o'clock, the bold Arragon announced that he had no legal right to interfere with the outlaws and declined to accompany us.

    The Authentic Life of Billy The Kid

  • According to the Council of Trent, the bishop has over religious a jurisdiction sometimes ordinary, sometimes delegated in the name of the Holy See, sometimes bishops may act also, as special delegates of the Holy See; the expression is somewhat obscure, but the object appears to have been to give the bishop an incontestable right to interfere in certain cases (see Vermeersch, "De relig.inst. et pers.",

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 12: Philip II-Reuss


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