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1801 concordatの例文

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  • In 1905 the 1801 Concordat was abrogated; Church and State were separated.
  • Then in 1905 a law was introduced abrogating Napoleon's 1801 Concordat.
  • The 1905 the 1801 Concordat was abrogated; Church and State were finally separated.
  • Then, in 1905, a law was introduced that abrogated Napoleon's 1801 Concordat.
  • Pope Pius X condemned the law in a 1906 encyclical as a unilateral break of the 1801 Concordat.
  • Napoleon's 1801 Concordat continued in operation but in 1881, the government cut off salaries to priests it disliked.
  • Napoleon Bonaparte negotiated a reconciliation with the Church through the 1801 Concordat, whereby the State would subsidize the Catholic religion ( recognized as the one of the majority of the French ), as well as Judaism, and the Lutheran and Calvinist branches of Protestantism.
  • All French law, never abolished in Alsace-Lorraine, but in France, such as the 1801 concordat and the Organic Articles done away with by the French Law on separating Religion and state in 1905, would continue in Alsace and the Moselle department.