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6 Famous Pope Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

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To buy books as some do who make no use of them, only because they were published by an eminent printer, is much as if a man should buy clothes that did not fit him, only because they were made by some famous tailor.Alexander Pope Famous Pope Sayings By Alexander Pope: To buy books as some do who make no use of them, only because they
Here am I, dying of a hundred good symptoms.Alexander Pope Famous Pope Sayings By Alexander Pope: Here am I, dying of a hundred good symptoms.
If we know God our knowledge of ... everything will be brought to perfection, and, in so far as is possible, the infinite, divine and ineffable dwelling place (cf. Jn. 14:2) will be ours to enjoy. For this is what our sainted teacher said in his famous philosophical aphorism: 'Then we shall know as we are known' (I Cor. 13:12), when we mingle our god-formed mind and divine reason to what is properly its own and the image returns to the archetype for which it now longs.Pope Dionysius Famous Pope Sayings By Pope Dionysius: If we know God our knowledge of ... everything will be brought to perfection, and,
Perhaps I had better inform my Protestant readers that the famous Dogma of Papal Infallibility is by far the most modest pretension of the kind in existence. Compared with our infallible democracies, our infallible medical councils, our infallible astronomers, our infallible judges, and our infallible parliaments, the Pope is on his knees in the dust confessing his ignorance before the throne of God, asking only that as to certain historical matters on which he has clearly more sources of information open to him than anyone else his decision shall be taken as final.George Bernard Shaw Famous Pope Sayings By George Bernard Shaw: Perhaps I had better inform my Protestant readers that the famous Dogma of Papal Infallibility
Pope Gelasius I (492-496) expressed his vision of the West in a famous letter to the Byzantine Emperor Anastasius I, and, even more clearly in his fourth treatise, where, with reference to the Byzantine model of Melchizedek [who was king and priest at the same time (Genesis 14:18)], he affirmed that the unity of powers lies exclusively in Christ: "Because of human weakness (pride!), they have separated for the times that followed the two offices, so that neither shall become proud." On worldly matters, priests should follow the laws of the emperor installed by divine decree, while on divine matters the emperor should submit to the priest. This introduced a separation and distinction of powers that would be of vital importance to the later development of Europe, and laid the foundations for the distinguishing characteristics of the West.Pope Benedict XVI Famous Pope Sayings By Pope Benedict XVI: Pope Gelasius I (492-496) expressed his vision of the West in a famous letter to
What do you do after you are world-famous and nineteen or twenty and you have sat with prime ministers, kings and queens, the Pope? Do you go back home and take a job? What do you do to keep your sanity? You come back to the real world.Wilma Rudolph Famous Pope Sayings By Wilma Rudolph: What do you do after you are world-famous and nineteen or twenty and you have