Cesare Borgia (September 13, 1475 – March 11, 1507), second son of Pope Alexander the 6th of Rome, was a Spanish-Italian, homosexual cardinal who resigned his church office to become a military commander, powerful lord, and a leading figure in the politics of his era.
Caesar Borgia of France, by the grace of God Duke of Romagna and Valence, Prince of the Adriatic, Lord of Piombino etc., also Gonfalonier and Captain General of the Holy Roman Church: to all our lieutenants, castellans, captains, condottieri, officials, soldiers and subjects to whom this notice is presented.
Rodrigo Borgia: We are in a snake pit surrounded by venom and smiling vipers, and our son pleads ignorance. [He sighs] Rodrigo Borgia: Maybe it was you. [Cesare nicks his neck with the razor] Cesare Borgia: [the room suddenly goes quiet when Cesare and Micheletto enter enter] You could hear a pin drop, Micheletto.
Sep 09, 2021 · Of course God preserves His church. The problem you can't seem to deal with is that the Borgia's prove your church is not the church God is preserving. 2 Tim 2: 21 Therefore, if anyone cleanses himself from what is dishonorable, he will be a vessel for honorable use, set apart as holy, useful to the master of the house, ready for every good work.
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Apr 01, 2008 · Lucrezia Borgia, in this fictional account of the Borgias, a very real family in the history of Italy, is the illegitimate daughter to Pope Alexander VI. Along with her father and brothers, Cesare Borgia, Giovanni Borgia, and Jofre Borgia, Lucrezia is the political pawn as they arrange marriages for her with rich and influential men.
Answer (1 of 3): There have been many popes who have violated their celibacy vows in various ways. One of the more infamous, apart from the Borgia, Pope Alexander VI, was Pope John XII.
May 21, 2018 · God made you like this and he loves you,’” Cruz told The Associated Press. The Vatican declined to confirm or deny the remarks in keeping with its policy not to comment on the pope’s private ...