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in matters touching the faith. He does this when he teaches
heresy by his own judgment or decretal. In truth,   Roman
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and most distorted elements. This   & %    state,
based on the principles of absolute equality of men and a
community of possessions, would +  ž all national loyalties.
In it  acknowledgment would be made of the authority of a
father over his children, or of God over human society. If these
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there will inevitably follow a reign of unheard-of terror.´  
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³We have remarked to our deep regret that our admonitions


to them   70 to serve God and not to mix
themselves up with other matters, especially secular and
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powerless and of no effect. aOur predecessors had to undergo
much vexation on that account. Pope Innocent XI, driven by
necessity, went so far as to forbid the society  70+
70 =   to receive and invest novices. a{urther, , 
Innocent XIII was compelled to threaten them   70
with the same punishment, and ,  Benedict XIV closed the
visitation of the inspection of the houses and colleges in the
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 ³aWe abolish and do away with forever their  


70: statutes, habits and customs, decrees and Constitutions,
even when sealed by oath or Apostolical Confirmation: so that
from this day hence the µSociety of Jesus¶ no longer exists.´
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whosoever sends her out the world with the pious intention of
doing God service, not only does not sin but gains merit,
especially having regard to the sentence pronounced against her
by , Pius V of holy memory. And so, if those English nobles
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his own.´ 

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gradually coming to the establishment of a world authority
capable of taking effective action on the juridical and political
planes? ...Delegates to international organizations, public
officials, gentlemen of the press, teachers and educators ± all of
you must realize that you have your part to play in the
construction of a new world order.´  Populorum Progressio
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³We do out of the fullness of our Apostolic power declare the


aforesaid ELIZABETH   & % D0 E    ' ,
being a Heretic, and a favorer of Heretics, and her adherents in
the matters aforesaid, to have incurred the sentence of
anathema, and to be cut off from the unity of the Body of Christ.
And moreover, we do declare her to be deprived of her pretended
title to the kingdom aforesaid, and of all dominion, dignity, and
privilege whatsoeveraand we do command and interdict all and
every noblemen, subjects, people, and others aforesaid, that they
presume not to obey her or her monitions, mandates, and laws;
and those who shall do the contrary, we do strike with the like
sentence of Damnation.´ 4)


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individual freedom] are so much the more detestable, by as much
as theyahinder and banish that salutary influence which the
-  Catholic Church, by the institution and command of her
Divine Author, ought freely to exercise, even to the
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³The State has not the right to leave every man  to
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