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The Tryal of John Love, an English Quaker, before Pope Alexander, and his council at Rome

The Tryal of John Love, an English Quaker, before Pope Alexander, and his council at Rome

and the several questions and propositions, made by His Holiness, to the said Love ... as also, the fatal and bloody sentence of death pronounced against him ...

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Published by [s.n.] in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Love, John, -- d. 1661?,
  • Catholic Church. -- Pope (1655-1667 : Alexander VII),
  • Society of Friends -- Controversial literature

  • Edition Notes

    Statementpublished for information of all true subjects within His Majesties realms and dominions
    GenreControversial literature
    SeriesEarly English books, 1641-1700 -- 2297:13
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination[2], 6 p
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15409729M

      4 Pope John XII: raped female pilgrims and invoked pagan gods. John XII was Pope from to On , Holy Roman Emperor Otto I summoned a council, levelling charges that John had ordained a deacon in a stable, consecrated a year-old boy as bishop of Todi, converted the Lateran Palace into a brothel, raped female pilgrims in St. Peter. In , Pope Gregory I sent Augustine of Canterbury and 40 missionaries from Rome to evangelise the Anglo-Saxons, a process completed by the 7th Gregorian mission, as it is known, is of particular interest in the Catholic Church as it was the first official Papal mission to found a the help of Christians already residing in Kent, Augustine established an archbishopric.

    Which is the perfect moment of John Paul II-- his capacity to be at home on the platform with Bob Dylan, and his impulse to use it as an opportunity to proclaim a very univocal, and I would say, a. O Jesus, come back into our society, our family life, our souls and reign there as our peaceful Sovereign. Enlighten with the splendor of faith and the charity of Your tender heart the souls of those who work for the good of the people, for Your poor.

      But though his Savior walked the earth for 33 years, Pope John Paul I, as the Vicar of Christ, served his Savior for only 33 days. In many ways, the papacy of Pope John Paul I will always be overshadowed by both his predecessor, Pope Paul VI—who served 15 years—and his successor, Pope Saint John Paul II—who served for over a quarter-century.   Pope St. John Paul II proclaimed that the "Redeemer of Man" (the title of his first encyclical letter), Jesus Christ, is the path to authentic personal, social and universal freedom! He authored more encyclical letters, apostolic exhortations, constitutions and letters than any Pope in the two thousand year history of the Christian Church.


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