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Identifier: lifeofpopepiusix00shea (find matches)
Title: The life of Pope Pius IX..
Year: 1877 (1870s)
Authors: Shea, John Gilmary, 1824-1892
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ence and bythe encouraging words of the Pope. Amid all these cares of the universalChurch, Pius IX. lived his simple life atGaeta; visiting the churches and sanctu-aries, taking his walks among the piouspeople, who looked with reverence on thatbenign countenance, and that head pre- 182 LIFE OF POPE PIUS IX. maturely whitened by the hand of care.The cathedral of Gaeta became a new St.Peters. The royal family came in thespring to reside near the Pope. Theytook part in the functions at the cathe-dral, where, during Holy Week, Pius IX.officiated as at Rome, and gave his bless-ing to kneeling thousands from the bal-cony of the bishops palace. On the 4th of September, Pius IX.sailed to Naples with the royal family,one member just baptized, and anotherconfirmed by him. The next day helanded at the haven of Portici, at the spotwhere the first Pope had landed eighteencenturies before. Here his life was a repetition of thatat Gaeta; he went about blessing andconsoling. ■ \ . \ \ \ , ■ .1. .
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LITE OF POPE PIUS IX. 185 CHAPTER VII. Pius IX. Restored to Rome.—His Edict ofSeptember 12, 1849. — His Return toRome.—The English Hierarchy.—TheChurch and the World. The attitude of the President of theFrench Republic had brought affairs intoa strange position. Rome was rescuedfrom the revolutionists and in the handsof France; Austria held the legations ;Naples and Spain other parts of thePapal States. France had attempted todictate to the Pope the line of policy hewas to pursue. Pius IX. could not sacri-fice his independence. The French min-istry, lacking alike noble courage to con-demn Napoleons schemes, or hardihoodto approve them, was dismissed. ThePresident abandoned his ideas for a time.The Pope was left free to rule the PapalStates. On the 12th of September, 1849, Pius 186 LIFE OF POPE PIUS IX. IX., by an edict issued at Portici, regulatedthe form of government for his States.A Council of State was established, whichwas to give advice on all proposed lawsbefore they we

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Identifier: lifeofpopepiusix00shea (find matches) Title: The life of Pope Pius IX.. Year: 1877 (1870s) Authors: Shea, John Gilmary, 1824-1892 Subjects: Publisher: (n.p.) Contributing Library: The Library of Congress Digitizing Sponsor: The Library of Congress View Book Page: Book Viewer About This Book: Catalog Entry View All Images: All Images From Book Click here to view book online to see this illustration in context in a browseable online version of this book. Text Appearing Before Image: ence and bythe encouraging words of the Pope. Amid all these cares of the universalChurch, Pius IX. lived his simple life atGaeta; visiting the churches and sanctu-aries, taking his walks among the piouspeople, who looked with reverence on thatbenign countenance, and that head pre- 182 LIFE OF POPE PIUS IX. maturely whitened by the hand of care.The cathedral of Gaeta became a new St.Peters. The royal family came in thespring to reside near the Pope. Theytook part in the functions at the cathe-dral, where, during Holy Week, Pius IX.officiated as at Rome, and gave his bless-ing to kneeling thousands from the bal-cony of the bishops palace. On the 4th of September, Pius IX.sailed to Naples with the royal family,one member just baptized, and anotherconfirmed by him. The next day helanded at the haven of Portici, at the spotwhere the first Pope had landed eighteencenturies before. Here his life was a repetition of thatat Gaeta; he went about blessing andconsoling. ■ \ . \ \ \ , ■ .1. . Text Appearing After Image: LITE OF POPE PIUS IX. 185 CHAPTER VII. Pius IX. Restored to Rome.—His Edict ofSeptember 12, 1849. — His Return toRome.—The English Hierarchy.—TheChurch and the World. The attitude of the President of theFrench Republic had brought affairs intoa strange position. Rome was rescuedfrom the revolutionists and in the handsof France; Austria held the legations ;Naples and Spain other parts of thePapal States. France had attempted todictate to the Pope the line of policy he
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