Pope Urban VII: Proceedings of the Conclave that led to his election.|
... mode of life and extremely susceptible to feminine charms. He was consequently the idol of Roman ladies. His aunts, Donna Camilla and the Signora Felice, had a great ascendancy over him, ...
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Pope Pius IX: Proceedings of the Conclave that led to his election.|
... their unwelcome retinue, composed largely of the Roman scum, vociferated threats, witticisms and abuse at ... Ambassador who had now been naturalised a Roman, to undertake the secretaryship of state. Rossi ...
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The French Revolution in Prophecy|
... city shall fall with respect to the Papacy; it shall break with Rome, and the Roman religion. One thing is certain, that the Babylonian empire shall perish through the refusal of ...
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Pope Clement XIV: Proceedings of the Conclave that led to his election. ...|
... Ricci's followers there remained only the Roman prelates and a couple of Milanese who ... defeat of these candidates. One of the Roman nunneries boasted [p. 269] of a prophetess, ...
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Pope Leo XII: Proceedings of the Conclave that led to his election.|
... bestowed on the Order important donations and several fine buildings in Rome, among others the Roman College and the Church of S. Ignatius. He also gave them every encouragement and facility ...
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Pope Clement IX: Proceedings of the Conclave that led to his election.|
... but no doubt it suited the mentality of the age, for if Lord Arlington's Roman correspondents considered Albizzi's sallies worth consigning in extenso in their despatches they must have ...
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Pope Paul V: Proceedings of the Conclave that led to his election.|
... inspiration and therefore considered himself God's real vice-regent on earth. That Paul, a Roman born and bred, should genuinely have developed such a simple-hearted belief in supernatural mass- ...
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Pope Innocent X: Proceedings of the Conclave that led to his election.|
... law, Donna Olympia Pamfili, who for many years now had held him in thraldom; but Roman morals were lax and this long-standing attachment was readily condoned. Pamfili was silent, reserved ...
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Pope Julius III: Proceedings of the Conclave that led to his election.|
... emissaries, and on the various forms of retaliation his resentment was likely to assume. The Roman citizens, however, cared not one jot about these internal disputes. They wanted a pope and ...
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When Were the Sabbatical Years?|
... after this the gospel started going to non-Jews: Samaritans, the Ethiopian eunuch, and the Roman centurion Cornelius, along with his household (Acts 8:4-39; 10). Gabriel had told Daniel, " ...
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