A Second Historical Letter to Sir J. C. Hippisley, Upon His Public Conduct in the Catholic Cause

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1815 edition. Excerpt: ... ought to have any director indirect temporal power within our realm, admit with a safe conscience, his Holiness' power of tolerating any things which is within the competency of civil authority? Usee omnia, cum id tan turn respiciant, quod civile est, omnem meereri tolerantiam possunt. Can the temporal power be supreme and independent, if it be to look up to the spiritual for toleration? Toleration formally excludes supremacy and independence between the tolerator and tolerated. Beyond his Holiness' incompetency to decree, enjoin, or order any thing in our united kingdom, that is of a civil or temporal nature, another preliminary and conclusive argument stares us in the; face against the authority of the rescript-hi admitting, and consequently submitting to the jurisdictional supremacy of the Sovereign Pontiff, 1 cannot figure to myself the investiture of that vicarial dignity, disannexed from certain duties imposed upon the vicar, by the divine founder of the church, whom he represents on earth. In these duties I found the rights and prerogatives of the Holy See. I once quoted to Columbanus (Reply 6, ) what may not be improper to bring into your thoughts, especially since you have become one of us; it was written by Pope Nicholas I. in the 9th century.-to the Greek Emperor Michael (Apud Natal. Alex. T. 4-p-334). The privileges of the Roman a Church were vested in St. Peter by Christ's word of mouth; they are deposited in that very church, they have been obit served from all antiquity, they have been holden in venera tion by the holy universal synods, and they have been as a such received by the holy church. By no means can they be diminished, by no means changed: because the foundation, ...

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