|←Author Index: Gr||Pope Gregory XVI
|Born Bartolomeo Alberto Cappellari, was pope from 1831 to 1846.|
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- On Mixed Marriages (Summo Iugiter Studio), May 27, 1832
- On Civil Obedience (Cum Primum), June 9, 1832
- On Liberalism and Religious Indifferentism (Mirari Vos), August 15 1832
- On the Pragmatic Constitution (Quo Graviora ), October 4, 1833
- On The Errors Of Lammenais (Singulari Nos), June 25, 1834
- On Church and State (Commissum divinitus), 17 May 1835
- On the Propagation of the Faith (Probe Nostis) , September 18, 1840
- On Mixed Marriages II (Quas Vestro), April 30, 1841
- On Biblical Societies (Inter Praecipuas), May 8, 1844
Works about Gregory XVI
- “Pope Gregory XVI,” in Catholic Encyclopedia, 1913.
- “Gregory (Popes)/Gregory XVI” in Encyclopædia Britannica, (11th ed.), 1911.
- An Index of Prohibited Books, By Command of the Present Pope, Gregory XVI in 1835 by Author:Joseph Mendham
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