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The papacy was not inactive in presence of all these efforts.
If these intentions were honest, the subordination of England to the papacy might be still preserved in a modified form.
For three centuries they strove to keep Germany together and at the same time control Italy and the papacy.
The Papacy had destroyed the Empire but had failed to establish itself in its place.
Foreign bishops brought the Church into new relations with the papacy, and impaired its independence and national character.
An alliance with him was far from indicating any retreat from Henry's position of independence or any submission to the Papacy.
If the Papacy had been able to reduce Rome to real obedience, its history would have been different.
A SHORT HISTORY OF ITALYHENRY DWIGHT SEDGWICK
England's policy since 1521 had been disastrous to herself, to Wolsey, to the Papacy, and even to Christendom.
HENRY VIII.A. F. POLLARD
One element alone has survived through all the convulsive throes, and all the changing fortunes of this land,—the Papacy.
The history of the papacy in the fifteenth century reminds one of the history of Tammany Hall in the nineteenth century.
FOLKWAYSWILLIAM GRAHAM SUMNER

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