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Reply to my critics of The Catholic Church and secret societies

Rosen, Peter

Reply to my critics of The Catholic Church and secret societies

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Published by Catholic Printing Co. in Dubuque, Iowa .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Secret societies -- Religious aspects -- Catholic Church.,
  • Freemasonry.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Peter Rosen.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHS164 .R82
    The Physical Object
    Pagination28 p. ;
    Number of Pages28
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7007409M
    LC Control Number09011126
    OCLC/WorldCa15492287

    Today, we understand by a secret societya society with secrets, having a ritual demanding an oath of allegiance and secrecy, prescribing ceremonies of a religious charactersuch as the use of the Bibleeither by extracts therefrom, or by its being placed an altar within a lodge-room, by the use of prayersof hymnsof religious signs and symbols, special funeral services, etc. Brownlee's 'Popery an enemy to civil liberty', p. As we said, the Alumbrados date from the fifteenth century, and there are other orders that preceded them, such as the Templars, Hospitallers and Rosicrucians, etc. By uniting influencers of the world in an unrestrictive, private domain — free of political, religious, and geological boundaries — our organization helps to further the prosperity of the human species as a whole.

    The only monarchs and nobles they were against were those not under their control and not members of their perfidious Brotherhood. Opus Dei - which translates as 'God's work,' had long sought to take effective control of the Vatican. One of the so called 'Four Wise Men' who sat on this enquiry was Dr. I also believe it was Templar agents within the Vatican who, during the reign of Pope Pius VII, worked to overturn Pope Clement's ban and restore the Jesuits legally to their original prominent station.

    This specifies the objectives and workings of the prelature. The punishment for breaking this new rule was excommunication from the Catholic community. Until recently - and for hundreds of years previously - any member of the Catholic church who was found to be a Freemason was automatically ex-communicated. This approach to assuming control over the once most powerful nation on earth appears to be what the Vatican has in mind.


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Spreading throughout the world, Freemasonry reached the Continent by and America by In Austria and Hungary half the population Protestant, but under the Hapsburgs and Jesuits they were slaughtered In Reply to my critics of The Catholic Church and secret societies book, the Catholic Church and its clergy have helped some of the perpetrators of the genocide flee Rwanda to escape persecution or shielded them from extradition.

The "Ritual for the subordinate Lodges of the Knights of Pythias" Chicago, shows that this organization has oathsdegrees, prelatesand a ritual that contains religious worship. Terrible persecutions were carried on in various parts of Germany, and even in Bohemia, which continued about thirty years, and the blood of the saints was said to flow like rivers of water.

Now, these no longer show a desire to remain concealed; for they hold their meetings in the daylight and before the public eye, and publish their own newspaper organs; and yet, when thoroughly understood they are found still to retain the nature and the habits of secret societies.

Indeed the Templars and Jesuits indulged in banking and tax-collecting before the Jews. Opus Dei is composed of ordinary lay Christians who are taking their baptism-based calling to become holy, as the first Christians did, without in any way being externally distinguished from other citizens of the Roman Empire, as Escriva explained.

Masonic initiation, Paris, After the Church was flattened, Father Seromba and his henchmen shot the remaining survivors. Haydn, Mozart, and many other luminaries joined. Almost all founders of societies in the Church have suffered.

Secret societies were founded to promote certain ideal aims, to be obtained not by violent but by moral measures. Secrets of the Catholic Church 3. In number, its membership is second only to that of the Odd-Fellows.

The countries of Poland, Lithuania, and Hungary, were in a similar manner deluged with Protestant blood. It is interesting and suggestive that both Loyola and Weishaupt were Jesuits. This idiosyncratic symbolism conceals the "mysteries" to be uncovered and understood, mysteries that lead back to ancient Egypt and beyond.

The women nominate their preferred candidates for the prelate and is voted upon by the men to become the next Prelate—an appointment that must be confirmed by the Pope. He also sat on the board of I G Farben, the massive Nazi conglomerate that used slave labour until they dropped.

Brownlee, Letters in the Roman Catholic controversy,pp. Herman Abs, a senior German banker. It is affirmed by civil and ecclesiastical historians, that, in a short reign, one hundred thousand Paulicians were put to death. After this, they would be blindfolded and led around a carpet that was adorned with the symbol of the pug, and the senior members would bark at them.Opus Dei: An Open Book.

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