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  • Title: East and West, and the Roman Church: Lecture I
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    • number of the Roman Catholic Hochland an article has
    • Catholic priest, and so he lived in the first place with those
    • ideas into which he was educated as a Catholic priest; but he lived
    • religiously in Roman Catholicism; and he speaks entirely our of the
    • peoples dwell. That is the world of the Roman Catholic Church, in
    • reality, is the one and only harmonious European. The Catholic
    • Roman Catholic Church — has seen everything come and go; she
    • world (the third world of catholicism) be anxious as to how it can
    • as the one and only hope for Europe is the Roman Catholic Church;
    • third thing; and that, we are told, is Rome, the Eternal Catholic
  • Title: East and West, and the Roman Church: Lecture II
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    • old Asiatic civilisation, and lastly, Roman Catholicism. We should
    • forbidden to Catholic believers to acknowledge of spread the
    • shows how an Oriental recognises in Roman Catholicism the one power
    • to the following. If Roman Catholicism is considered to-day in its
    • totality, as it can be advocated, Catholicism is a world-conception
    • thing about the Catholic teaching as it meets us in the Middle Ages
    • understand the Catholic system, the Catholic theory — the
    • Catholic dogma, if one wishes to call it so, one must be
    • is something which really should be known, because Catholicism
    • matters of belief. Catholicism will never fall into that mistake
    • the world, because Catholicism has within it that firmly
    • with his soul. But what Catholicism bears within it is
    • standing! That is the great opposition between Roman Catholicism
    • and modern civilisation. Roman Catholic has, in course of time,
    • Threshold. And so Roman Catholicism stands there as a magnificent
    • friends, if Catholicism were to be the only teaching to spread over
    • development. From a true point of view, what comes from Catholicism
    • able to receive in former incarnations; and if Catholicism
    • might now have reached its end. For Catholicism only reckons
    • earth can attain its goal. Never can Catholicism bring human beings
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