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“…[H]istory tells us that even after the tribunal of the Inquisition had been dis- established in all the other European states, it continued in Rome; when the temporal power disappeared, it still subsisted insofar and in such a manner as it could under the circumstances. So that in the twentieth century there exists at Rome the Tribunal of the Holy Office; and if it does not now order heretics to be hanged or burned, this is not because Romanism does not believe that it can hang or burn, and that such means are legitimate or convenient, but because no temporal power would support it in such insane and inhuman projects. But if Romanism should again come into its ancient prestige and power, then as formerly, and tomorrow as yesterday, it would decree these terrible hecatombs which now fill with horror the literate Romanists who attribute them to the temporal rulers, in ignorance or in denial of history. (G.E. Fradryssa, Roman Catholicism Capitulating Before Protestantism, p.269)

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