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Excerpt from The Vatican Decrees: In Their Bearing on Civil Allegiance; A Political Expostulation
The adverse comments on 'vaticanism have not been such as seem to call on me for specific notice. I shall, however, take advantage of this preface to offer a few corroborative remarks and statements.
I. The intention of those, who rule the ostensible rulers of the Roman Church, to disturb civil society will doubtless be developed in a variety of forms, as circumstances and seasons may serve, but at present it is nowhere more conspicuous than in regard to the law of marriage. In this intricate subject many doubtful questions may arise; but there can be no doubt as to the shameful outrages on morality and decency which are commended in the works of Perrone, and of which we have recently had within our own borders a signal example. I will very brieﬂy sketch the leading facts of the case I refer to, but without indicating names, dates, or places, as they are not required for my purpose.
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