See this online ebook:
- Catholic Church and Christian State: a Series of Essays on the Relation of the Church to the Civil Power, Volume 2, translated, with the permission of the author, from the German of Dr. Joseph Hergenröther (London: Burns and Oates, 1876). May be read online, and available in pdf, djvu, epub, kindle/mobi, Daisy, and txt formats, at Internet Archive. Volume 2 contains the following essays:
IX. The Pope and the Holy Roman Empire;
X. The Popes and Their Vassal Kingdoms;
XI. Boniface VIII, and Philip the Fair;
XII. Gifts of Lands Made by the Pope and the Donation of Constantine;
XIII. The Doctrine of the Superiority of the Church and of Her Authority in Matters Temporal;
XIV. Origin of the Civil Power and the Right of Resisting It;
XV. Ecclesiastical Jurisdiction;
XVI. The Punishment of Heresy and the Inquisition;
XVII. The Church and Liberty of Conscience; and
XVIII. Claims of the Pope since the Sixteenth Century.
- Continued from Volume 1 (as we posted on this page)
On the Memorial of St. Thomas Becket, Bishop and Martyr, in the Roman rite; and in remembrance of Bishop Anton Mahnič (Antun Mahnić), champion of Slovene and Croatian Catholicism (14 September 1850 – 30 December 1920). Viva Cristo Rey!
“If he will not listen to them, then speak of it to the church; and if he will not even listen to the church, then count him all one with the heathen and the publican. I promise you, all that you bind on earth shall be bound in heaven, and all that you loose on earth shall be loosed in heaven.” (St. Matthew 18:17-18)
“You know well enough that it is the saints who will pass judgement on the world; and if a world is to abide your judgement, are you unfit to take cognizance of trifling matters? You have been told that we shall sit in judgement on angels; how much more, then, over the things of common life?” (1 Corinthians 6:2-3)