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In 1860 Henry wrote to Edward Manning, later Roman Catholic archbishop of Westminster and cardinal: “This great chimera, on which the English people stand particularly in fear, the power of the pope`s demise, which was, but this highest arbitral court by which the highest power in the world, the vicar of the Son of God incarnate , was anointed to be the High Priest. , sat in his court, impartial between the nation and the nation, between the people and the princes, between the sovereign and the subject; and that the power of decay was growing in the world through God`s pre-tematory action, and that he was teaching obedience and mercy to the subjects. [31] In “The Vatican Decrees in their bearing on Civil Allegiance,” published in 1874, Cardinal Manning wrote: “I confirm that the impeachment of Henry IV and Frederic II of Germany were legitimate, legitimate and legitimate; and I confirm that the removal of Queen Victoria would not be legitimate, lawful or lawful, because the moral conditions that existed to justify the removal of the emperors of Germany are lacking in the case of Queen Victoria; and therefore such an act could not be done. [32] The conflict did not end with Worms` concorda. Future disputes between the popes and emperors of the Holy Roman Empire continued until northern Italy was completely lost under the Empire. The Church crossed against the Holy Roman Empire under the Treaty of Laterian of Frederick II, also known as the 1929 Laterian Pact, treaty (in force from June 7, 1929 to June 3, 1985) between Italy and the Vatican. It was signed by Benito Mussolini for the Italian government and by Cardinal Secretary of State Pietro Gasparri for the papacy and was confirmed by the Italian Constitution of 1948. From the end of the 6th to the end of the 8th century, there was a turning point of the papacy to the west and a flight from subordination to the authority of the Byzantine emperors of Constantinople. This phase was sometimes wrongly attributed to Pope Gregory I (who ruled from 590 to 604 AD), who, like his predecessors, represented to the men of the Roman world a Church still identified in the Kingdom. Unlike some of these predecessors, Gregory was forced to face the collapse of imperial authority in northern Italy. As a civilian ruler of the Empire of Rome, he was forced to take over the civil administration of the cities and negotiate for the protection of Rome itself, the Lombard invaders threatening them. Another part of this phase took place in the 8th century, after the new religion of Islam had weakened the Byzantine Empire and the Langobardes had renewed their pressure in Italy.

The popes eventually sought the support of the leaders of the Francoan West and received from the Franconian king Pepin The Short the first part of the Italian territories, later known as the Papal States. With the coronation of Charlemagne, the first of the Carolingian emperors, the papacy also acquired the emperor`s protection; This action set the precedent that in Western Europe, no man would be emperor without being crowned by a pope. In 1075, Pope Gregory VII composed the Papae diktat. A clause stated that the removal of an emperor was under the sole power of the pope. She explained that the Roman Church was founded solely by God – that papal power was the only universal power. At that time Henry IV was no longer a child, and he called upon his own bishops. He responded to this statement by sending Gregory VII a letter in which he unequivocally withdrew his imperial support for Gregory as pope.

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