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 allocution - Hutchinson encyclopedia article about allocution   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Having stilled its immemorial allocution to the moon, the watch-dog was assisting a negro who, prefixing a team of mules to the plow, was flatting and sharping contentedly at his task.
After this vigorous allocution, to one of which sort Lord Steyne treated his "Hareem" whenever symptoms of insubordination appeared in his household, the crestfallen women had nothing for it but to obey.
Groombride's arrival, with his interpreter, whom he proposed should eat with him at the Governor's table, his allocution to the Governor on the New Movement, and the sins of Imperialism, I purposely omit.
encyclopedia.farlex.com /allocution   (218 words)

  
 CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Allocution
Allocution is a solemn form of address or speech from the throne employed by the Pope on certain occasions.
An allocution of the Pope often takes the place of a manifesto when a struggle between the Holy See and the secular powers has reached an acute stage.
When the Pope has reached a conclusion on some important matter, he makes his mind known to the cardinals by means of a direct address, or allocution.
www.newadvent.org /cathen/01325c.htm   (467 words)

  
 http://www.TraditionalCatholic.net
Protestantism is nothing more than another form of the same true Christian religion, in which form it is given to please God equally as in the Catholic Church.
Pests of this kind are frequently reprobated in the severest terms in the Encyclical Qui pluribus, Nov. 9, 1846, Allocution Quibus quantisque, April 20, 1849, Encyclical Noscitis et nobiscum, Dec. 8, 1849, Allocution Singulari quadam, Dec. 9, 1854, Encyclical Quanto conficiamur, Aug. 10, 1863."
The Church has not the power of defining dogmatically that the religion of the Catholic Church is the only true religion.
www.traditionalcatholic.net   (5460 words)

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