Pope Leo X: Proceedings of the Conclave that led to his election.|
... conclave were exercising most wonted vigilance, amounting almost to sharp practice. Had they without a word of warning, cut a bell-rope communicating with [p. 50] the lower floor of the ...
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Pope Clement XI: Proceedings of the Conclave that led to his election.|
... be rung until the doctor, who was in permanent attendance on Albani, had sent him word that his patient was in a more amenable frame of mind. Reports being still unsatisfactory, ...
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Pope Clement XIV: Proceedings of the Conclave that led to his election. ...|
... follow their example. He categorically [p. 272] refused any territorial concessions whatever, but gave his word of honour that if he became Pontiff he would see justice done regarding the Jesuits ...
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Pope Innocent XI: Proceedings of the Conclave that led to his election. ...|
... shopkeepers. But as soon as the gates of the Farnese Palace had closed on them, word went round that the coast was clear and Rome resumed its normal aspect. This incredible ...
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When Were the Sabbatical Years? (Additional Material)|
... Shevat, 300 DE. Wacholder proposes emending the date to read 303 DE by adding the word for 3. Yet 303 DE is the third year of a sabbatical cycle only when ...
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... many of seventeen. The cardinals created by a pope are known as his "creatures". The word is used in its literal sense and is meant in no way as a term ...
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