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Excerpt from Pope Leo XIII: Judged by His Own Words and Acts
On Feb. 22, 1879, in reply to an address pre sented to him by Roman Catholic journalists, he said: My beloved sons, maintain by your voice and pen the necessity of the temporal sovereignty of the Pope for the free exercise of our supreme power, and demonstrate from history our legitimate right to the same. Let it be known that the affairs of Italy shall never prosper, nor shall there be peace, until pro vision shall have been made for the dignity of the Roman. See and for the liberty of the Pon tifex Maximus.
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