By even allowing a balloting, I would be requesting that you endorse a man who Vatican Law proclaims ineligible.
They were old …. walking death …. liberals who would follow the Pope, endorsing science in his memory, seeking modern followers by abandoning the ancient ways.
In the early 1630s, Galileo had wanted to publish a book endorsing the Copernican heliocentric model of the solar system, but the Vatican would not permit the book’s release unless Galileo included equally persuasive evidence for the church’s geocentric model-a model Galileo knew to be dead wrong.
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But it is not as if the Council is endorsing and supporting him, or his son.
Cassandra Clare -- City of Heavenly Fire
This was a good portion of her day, the touring of various departments, the introduction of new products, either Circle-made or Circle-endorsed.