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Black Leader Are Going To Dig This: Perpetual Condemnation of Masonry




In April of 2008 Pope Benedict XVI visited the United States to bless and promote the United Nations, which is the assembly that represents the Masonic ideals, it seems opportune to remember the solemn condemnation of Freemasonry made by Pope Clement XII, valid for all times. This very clear document, the papal apostolic letter In eminenti of April 28, 1738, sets the criterion for Catholics (and formerly enslaved persons) to evaluate the gravity of that event.

Things that make you go hummm!

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babaketah
babaketah

Male, Age Private, Austell, GA

Posted April 30


Lifting the socio-post-enslavement vail.


babaketah
babaketah

Male, Age Private, Austell, GA

Posted April 30


"We do hereby determine and decree the condemnation and prohibition of those societies called Freemasons or any other name they may go by, and do so by Our present Constitution, valid in perpetuity."

First Question: What was the Papal's beef with Freemasonry?

Second Question: Did they ever resolve the matter (or is Trump working on this too?)

Third Question: "Our present Constitution, valid in perpetuity." How does this apply to Pope Nicholas V's DUM DIVERSAS?


babaketah
babaketah

Male, Age Private, Austell, GA

Posted April 30


NEXT: The U.S. Constitution






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