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The Pope, considered in his relations with the church, temporal sovereignties, separated churches, and the cause of civilization

Author: Joseph Marie Maistre, comte de
Publisher: New York : H. Fertig, 1975.
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Maistre, Joseph Marie, comte de, 1753-1821.
Pope, considered in his relations with the church, temporal sovereignties, separated churches, and the cause of civilization.
New York : H. Fertig, 1975
(OCoLC)643629342
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Joseph Marie Maistre, comte de
OCLC Number: 1230648
Notes: Translation of Du pape.
Reprint of the 1850 ed. published by C. Dolman, London.
Description: xli, 369 pages ; 21 cm
Contents: Of the Pope in his relations with the Catholic church --
Infallibility --
Councils --
Definition and authority of councils --
Analogies derived from temporal power --
Digression on what is termed the youth of nations --
Supremacy of the Sovereign Pontiff recognized in every age : Catholic testimonies of the churches of the West and of the East --
Striking testimonies of the Gallican Church --
Jansenist evidence : text from Pascal, and reflections on the weight of certain authorities --
Protestant evidences --
Testimonies of the Russian Church, and through it of the Greek dissenting church --
On certain texts of Bossuet --
Of the Council of Constantia --
Of canons in general, and appeal to their authority --
Examination of a particular difficulty raised against the decisions of the popes --
Infallibility in the philosophical system --
No danger in the consequence of a recognized supremacy --
The same subject continued; further explanations in regard to infallibility --
Observations on discipline concluded : digression on the Latin language --
The Pope in his relations with temporal sovereignties --
A few words on sovereignty --
Inconveniences of sovereignty --
Ideas of antiquity on the great problem --
Further considerations on the same subject --
Distinguishing characteristic of the power exercised by the popes --
Temporal power of the popes - wars which they have sustained as temporal princes --
Objects the popes had in view in their contests with sovereign princes --
The nature of the power exercised by the popes --
Justification of the Pontifical Power --
Exercise of the Pope's supremacy over temporal sovereigns --
Hypothetical application of the preceding principles --
On the wars alleged to have arisen from the shock of the two powers --
Continuation of the same subject - reflections on the wars --
The Bull of Alexander VI., "inter cœter" --
The Bull "In cœnâ Domini" --
Digression on ecclesiastical jurisdiction --
The Pope in his relations with civilization and the happiness of nations --
Missions --
Civil liberty of mankind --
Institution of the priesthood - celibacy of priests --
Founding of European monarchy --
How long princes commonly live - secret alliance of religion and of sovereignty --
Observations on Russia --
Further particular considerations on the Eastern Empire --
Recapitualtion and conclusion of book third --
The Pope in his relations with the churches called schismatical --
Every schismatical church is Protestant - affinity of the two systems - testimony of the Russian Church --
Pretended invariability of dogma in the separated churches in the twelfth century --
Further considerations arising from the position of the Photian churches; particular remarks on the Anglican and Russian sects --
On the designation of Photian applied to the schismatical churches --
Impossibility of giving to the separated churches a name expressive of unity - principles of the whole discussion, and predilection of the author --
False reasonings of the separated churches; reflections on national and religious prejudices --
Of Greece and its character - arts, sciences, and military power --
The same subject continued - moral character of the Greeks : their hatred to the people of the West --
A particular trait of the Greek character - spirit of division --
A Photian paralogism cleared up - advantage pretended to be derived by the Photian churches from priority in chronological order --
What must be expected of the Greeks.
Other Titles: Du pape.
Pope, considered in his relations with the church ...
Responsibility: by Joseph de Maistre ; translated by Aeneas McD. Dawson ; with an introd. by Richard A. Lebrun.

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