Educational Briefs, Issues 16-31

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Philadelphia Diocesan School Board., 1906

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Page 16 - Fathers, do not provoke your children to anger, but bring them up in the discipline and instruction of the Lord.
Page 4 - Submit yourselves to every ordinance of man for the Lord's sake : whether it be to the king, as supreme ; or unto governors, as unto them that are sent by Him for the punishment of evildoers, and for the praise of them that do well.
Page 7 - ... power •whatsoever, can absolve the subjects of this kingdom, or any of them, from their allegiance to his majesty king George the Third, who is, by authority of parliament, the lawful king of this realm.
Page 9 - I can take it into another room, and there fire spirits of wine with it. If, while it is electrifying, I put my finger, or a piece of gold which I hold in my hand, to the nail, I receive a shock which stuns my arms and shoulders.
Page 4 - ... the more closely a composition for church approaches in its movement, inspiration and savor the Gregorian form, the more sacred and liturgical it becomes; and the more out of harmony it is with that supreme model, the less worthy it is of the temple.
Page 9 - M. Winkler, of Leipsic, testified, that " the first, time he tried the Leyden experiment, he found great convulsions by it in his body; and that it put his blood into great agitation, so that he was afraid of an ardent fever, and was obliged to use refrigerating medicines. He also felt a heaviness in his head, as if a stone lay upon it, and twice it gave him a bleeding at the nose.
Page 7 - I do renounce, reject and abjure, the opinion that Princes excommunicated by the Pope and...
Page 37 - In this sense, and in no other, can it be said with truth that the civil allegiance of Catholics is divided. The civil allegiance of every Christian man in England is limited by conscience and the law of God ; and the civil allegiance of Catholics is limited neither less nor more.

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