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" The Almighty, therefore, has appointed the charge of the human race between two powers, the ecclesiastical and the civil, the one being set over divine, and the other over human, things. Each in its kind is supreme, each has fixed limits within which... "
The Roman Catholic Church in the Modern State - Page 308
by Charles Clinton Marshall - 1928 - 350 pages
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Minutes of the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church in the United States

Presbyterian Church in the U.S. General Assembly - 1911 - 916 pages
...States," (see p. 114 of "The Great Encyclical Letters of Leo XIII, etc., ut sufra) the following words: "The Almighty therefore has appointed the charge of...Ecclesiastical and the Civil, the one being set over divine, and the other over human things. Each in its kind is supreme, each has fixed limits within which it...
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Leo XIII and Modern Civilization

John Bleecker Miller - Christian sociology - 1897 - 210 pages
...by a civil princedom as the best assurance of its liberty. " Therefore God has divided the guidance of the human race between two powers, the ecclesiastical and the civil, the one looking to divine and the other to human affairs. Each is greatest of its kind ; each has certain bounds...
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Catholic World, Volume 84

1907 - 1100 pages
...she may deem requisite for the prosecution of her work. " The Almighty, therefore," says Leo XIII., " has appointed the charge of the human race between...being set over divine, the other over human things." The secular power is subject to the spiritual, and is bound to be guided by it in everything that involves...
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The Roman Catholic Church and Its Relation to the Federal Government

Francis T. Morton - Church and state - 1909 - 268 pages
...the pope in faith and morals, at the peril of salvation ? You say, " Pope Leo XIII says the Almighty has appointed the charge of the human race between...other over human things. Each in its kind is supreme, neither obeys the other within the limits to which each is restricted by its constitution." Or, in...
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Sermons and Addresses of His Eminence William Cardinal O'Connell, Archbishop ...

William O'Connell - Sermons, American - 1911 - 420 pages
...Encyclical, " Immortale Dei," thus lays down the principle : " God has therefore divided the government of the human race between two powers : the ecclesiastical and the civil ; the first presiding over divine and the second over human affairs. Each is in its own realm supreme. Each...
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Christianity and Politics

William Cunningham - Christianity and politics - 1915 - 292 pages
...Ages, were accomplished by the influence exercised on secular authority by the central spiritual power. "The "Almighty therefore has appointed the charge of "the human race between two powers, the Ecclesi1 Pope Leo Mil. The Pope and the People. Select Letters and Addresses on Social Questions, 17....
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Papal Sovereignty: The Government Within Our Government

Gilbert Owen Nations - 1917 - 192 pages
...which Roman Catholics hold out to the world touching the essential harmony between church and state: "The Almighty, therefore, has appointed the charge...ecclesiastical and the civil, the one being set over divine, and the other over human, things. Each in its kind is supreme, each has fixed limits within which it...
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Life of Cardinal Gibbons: Archbishop of Baltimore, Volume 1

Allen Sinclair Will - 1922 - 634 pages
...and powerless. In the letter I mm or tale Dei, issued less than two years before 2 Leo had declared: "The Almighty therefore has appointed the charge of...ecclesiastical and the civil, the one being set over Divine and the other over human things. Each in its kind is supreme, each has fixed limits within which it...
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The State and the Church

Moorhouse F. X. Millar, Moorhouse I. X. Millar - Church and state - 1922 - 358 pages
..."The Almighty, therefore, 1 Encyclical, The Christian Constitution of States, page 2 of thig volume. has appointed the charge of the human race between...ecclesiastical and the civil, the one being set over divine and the other over human things."2 Nor is the jurisdiction of the State over "human things" exclusive...
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Catholic Builders of the Nation: A Symposium on the Catholic ..., Volume 1

Constantine Edward McGuire - Catholics - 1923 - 462 pages
...controversy, and which has received its latest and clearest exposition in the language of Leo XIII: The Almighty, therefore, has appointed the charge...human things. Each in its kind is supreme, each has its fixed limits within which it is confined, limits which are defined by the nature and special object...
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