Articles and History

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Throughout the centuries of Rome’s existence, the popes have regularly claimed to be divine. As the supposed successor of Peter, the Pope claims infallibility, the position of God on Earth, and ability to judge and excommunicate angels.

The study of history is the most irnportant of all studies, and no one can be considered as accomplished or educated unless he is conversant, at least, with all leading events which have occurred within the chronology of the human race. It is a study, however, which has always been attended with peculiar difficulties.

Throughout its history, many people have written and spoken about the reputationhistory, and political nature of the Jesuit Order. Find out what they have to say in this compilation of quotes from throughout history.

“Caring” and a New Morality


Jesuits and the Hippie Movement


The Superior General of the Jesuits


Protestantism Destroyed


St. Ignatius of Loyola’s Spiritual Exercises


Ignatius of Loyola and Martin Luther


Ignatius Loyola and Spiritual Formation

Dive into history to uncover the remarkable stories of faith and passion in early Protestantism.

John Wycliffe


Jerome of Prague


Philipp Melanchthon


John Laski


Gaspard De Coligny


Louis De Berquin

Many Americans would be surprised to learn that one of the greatest opponents of civil and religious liberty is the Roman Catholic Church.

No one knows about the Roman Catholic hatred of liberty because history textbooks in public schools and colleges have been, for the most part, purged of nearly all things negative about papal Rome’s bloody history.


Christianity and Violence


Quotes concerning The Bloody History of Papal Rome


The Bloody History of Papal Rome—A Timeline

Language can be used to communicate both truth and lies. Learn about the religious doublespeak being used to pull the wool over the eyes of the world.

Hegelian dialectic thinking is applied in many situations in world politics. Often the ordinary people are used as pawns in the game of Hegelian psychology played by those who pull the strings of world control.