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The ruler has not right to use the power he has been given by God for private gain. Government is thus a res publica , a public thing. In fact, its abuse by the ruler will expose him, as it does all men, to the judgment of God: "they are warned in the oracles of the sacred Scriptures, that they will have themselves some day to render an account to the King of kings and Lord of lords; if they shall fail in their duty, that it will not be possible for them in any way to escape the severity of God.
Posted by Andrew M. Greenwell at AM. No comments:. Newer Post Older Post Home. Subscribe to: Post Comments Atom. Raymond Lull, Quae lex sit magis bona op. Les Judaeorum est bona in quantum est fundamentum Lex Christianorum; sed Lex Christianorum est melior in quantum est completa; sed dico quod Lex Saracenorum sit falsa et erronea.
The Law of the Jews is good in as much as it is the foundation of the Law of the Christians; but the Law of the Christians is the best inasmuch as it is complete; but I say that the Law of the Saracens is false and erroneous. Anselm's De voluntate Dei. Pius X, Notre charge apostolique. Cepit enim ab exordio rationalis creaturae, nec uariatur tempore, sed immutabile permanet.
For it began with the beginning of the rational creature and does not vary with time. It stands immutable. The Interdependence of Virtues: Aristotelian v. Preliminary to a Definition of Virtue: Prudence an New Visitors since February 15, My Blog List. Catholic Blog Directory. Diligite iustitiam. Edward Feser. Facing Islam Blog. Ite ad Thomam. Just Thomism. Musings of a Pertinacious Papist. Planet Catholic. Pontificia Academia Pro Vita. The Huffington Riposte.
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O Mary, Mother of Mercy, watch over all people, that the Cross of Christ may not be emptied of its power, that man may not stray from the path of the good or become blind to sin, but may put his hope ever more fully in God who is rich in mercy.
List of encyclicals of Pope Leo XIII
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Encyclical: Diuturnum Illud
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Diuturnum Illud (Leo XIII 1881) Encyclical