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  • STABAT MATER (Jacopone da Todi, Pope Innocent III) 1000 Songs
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  • besieged Pope Clement VII. Although the “German Fury” was disavowed by Charles, he profited from the outrage, extorting large sums of money from the pope. The
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  • This is a Virginia opossum. Credit: Cody Pope.
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  • is called to the heights of intimate mystical union with God.” (Pope John Paul II) Pope John Paul II once spoke of the richness of Eastern Christian Spirituality
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  • specific type of body dysmorphic disorder called "Muscle Dysmorphia (MD)" (Pope, Gruber, Choi, Olivardia, & Phillips, 1997). It is sometimes alternatively
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  • "Upright Posture". TechMediaNetwork.com. Retrieved 2012-09-02.  Parker-Pope, Tara (October 27, 2009). "The Human Body Is Built for Distance". The New
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  • Hyperion Samuel Johnson: The Vanity of Human Wishes Charles Lamb Alexander Pope: Dunciad, Rape of the Lock Walter Scott Percy Bysshe Shelley: Mont Blanc
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  • revoke Baptism or expel a member from the Church. The Church is headed by the Pope. He derives his authority through Apostolic Succession, as Peter was choosen
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  • naming of the "Medicean Stars" ___ a) broke an agreement he made with the Pope to stop writing about astronomy ___ b) might have earned him a promotion
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  • —Mater et Magistra, Science in the Service of Life; Pope John XXIII —The Philosophy Gym, Stephen Law This policy is meant to guarantee genetic
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  • powers and secular authority, Dante proposes a single spiritual ruler, the pope, and a single temporal ruler, the emperor, embodying a divinely ordained
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  • Silent night holy night (Joseph Mohr) STABAT MATER (Jacopone da Todi), Pope Innocent III LASST UNS ERFREUEN STILLE NACHT (Franz Gruber) 200 Second-Generation
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  • (1947). "Gerbert, the Teacher". American Historical Review 52 (3): 456–76.  "Pope Sylvester II, In: Wikipedia". San Francisco, California: Wikimedia Foundation
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  • idea for the twentieth century’s only ecumenical council originated with Pope John XXIII who, soon after his election in 1958, announced to a meeting of
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  • essay. From left to right: Archbishop Diego del Corro (Santiago, Chile), Pope Benedictus (Benoit) XIV, Matteo Ricci (on the left, Jesuit in China) and
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  • Rhodes, because it was very strategic. In 1522, Ottomans captured Rhodes. Pope Adrian VI died shortly after this event. Suleiman I was supported by France
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  • in which the Ecumenical Patriarch and Pope excommunicated one another. It has only been since the efforts of Pope Paul VI and the Second Vatican Council
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  • teaches that life begins from conception and exists until natural death. Pope Paul VI wrote the encyclical Humanae Vitae on the matter. Adultery, rape
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  • States government publications in the public domain. [edit] Citations ^ Pope (1988). "Recent advances in far eastern paleoanthropology". Annual Review
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  • featured sundials, and a water clock inside dates from around 50 BC.[1] Pope Gregory I said that the cock (rooster) "was the most suitable emblem of Christianity"
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