power and authority must be in the hands of good people, i.e., might must be
in the hands of the right. But, since it is difficult to control the mighty
and easier to influence those who are right, we usually put right in the
hands of the mighty. And so, he who is mighty appears to be right.
St. Paul allows ruling by the sword the people of the world, otherwise,
there will be chaos and violence. Of course, this arrangement can cause much
injustice but this is a lesser evil than anarchy. But this must not be so
with the Church where might must govern with right.