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monks, popes, and their political intrigues chapter i. catholicism a political organization chapter ii. the political machinery of the papal power chapter iii. the monastic vow of perpetual solitude chapter iv. the monastic vow of perpetual silence chapter v. the monastic vow of silent contemplation chapter vi.
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These Orders were founded by Catholic saints and Bishops. They have been confirmed by Popes and Councils. And though they have been suppressed, on account of their corrupt tendency and political intrigues, in kingdom after kingdom, yet in pontifical bulls they have been defended as being the most useful and pious class of the Catholic community.
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Full text of "Monks, popes, and their political intrigues" See other formats. Through the influence and intrigues of two royal harlots, Theodora and Marozia, the chair of St. Peter was filled with their lovers. Pope John XII., when he was eighteen years old, and Pope Benedict IX., when he was twelve years, were, through the wealth and power of those prostitutes, elevated to the papal dignity.
Literature Network» Standalone Books» Monks, Popes, and their Political Intrigues» Ch. 3: Monastic Vow of Perpetual Solitude Ch. 3: Monastic Vow of Perpetual Solitude The religious Orders were the fundamental principle of the growth of the Papal monarchy.
The popes having, with their usual skill and prudence, established the various parts of their political machinery in different sections of Europe, and sanctified them in the eyes of princes and people, eagerly watched every opportunity to set them in motion in favor of their cherished design.
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