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  The right questions about government are not its size but its purpose and integrity, and the right questions about taxes are not whether they are new or old but whether they are fair and effective. The Constitution clearly addresses the powers (plural) of government, not so clearly the power to carry out its legitimate functions.   Ven. Fr. d’Alzon’s Cause. The cause for the beatification of the Servant of God Fr. Emmanuel d’Alzon was opened in after the Church declared him to be among her was during the pontificate of Pope Pius XI, the supreme pontiff who was author of Quas Primas, on the Kingship of Christ, probably the most widely ignored of all major modern .

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Meanwhile, the principle of private judgment had produced its logical effects. The nexus between the two great divisions of Christianity on questions of moral legislation is a thing worthy the consideration of our best minds and our men of largest experience in such affairs.” In perfect accord with this is the encyclical of Pope Leo XIII.,which directs that “all Catholics should do all in their power to cause.

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