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War of Anti-Christ with the Church - Rev. G. E. Dillon



This fascinating book reveals the role of Freemasonry on political developments of 18th and 19th century. It provides explicit documentation of the activities of secret societies on the French Revolution and includes primary sources which buttress its claim of an explicit conspiracy to overthrow the Catholic Church, de-Christianize the culture, and gain control of both left and right wing political parties throughout Europe.

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War of Antichrist with the Church and Christian Civilization

A review of the rise of Atheism; Its extension through Voltaire; Its use of Freemasonry and Kindred societies for Antichristian War; The union of "Illuminism" of Masonry by Weishaupt; Its progress under the leaders of the first French Revolution, and under Nubius, Palmerston, and Mazzini; The control of its hidden "Inner Circle" over all revolutionary organizations; Its influence over British Freemasonry; Its attempts upon Ireland; Oaths, Signs, and Passwords of the three degrees, etc., The Spoliation of Propaganda.

Lectures delivered in Edinburgh in October, 1884
by MONSIGNOR GEORGE F. DILLON DD.
Missionary Apostolic, Sydney

"Instruct the people as to the artifices used by societies of this kind in seducing men and enticing them into their ranks, and as to the depravity of their opinions and the wickedness of their acts."
Humanum Genus of Leo XIII.

"Lying is their rule, Satan is their God, and shameful deeds their sacrifice."
—Pius VIII, Traditae Humilitati Nostrae, 1829.

Gregory XVI compares the secret societies to a sink in which "are congregated and intermingled all the sacrileges, infamy and blasphemy which are contained in the most abominable heresies."
—Gregory XVI, Mirari Vos, 1832.

"Those baneful secret sects which have come forth from the darkness for the ruin and devastation of Church and State,"
—Pius IX, Quo Pluribus, 1846,

". . . .You are from your father the devil, and it is the works of your father that you wish to do."
—Pius IX, Singulari Quadam, 1864.

"You see then before you the two systems . . . . On the one side is the Church of 'men of goodwill', one, holy, visible and universal; on the other, the ecclesia malignantium, as the Scriptures call it, the Church of men of evil will; one in enmity against the Church of God, though manifold as the multiplicity of evil; unholy in thought, word, deed, intention and will; invisible because secret, stealthy, subterraneous, working out of sight, and in darkness undermining the private purities of homes, the public order of States, the thrones of princes."
—Cardinal Manning: Rome and the Revolution, 1867.

"Filled with the spirit of Satan, who knows how to transform himself into an angel of light, Freemasonry puts forward as its pretended aim the good of humanity. Paying a lip service to the authority of law, and even to the obligations of religion, it aims (as its own statutes declare), at the destruction of civil authority and of the Christian priesthood, both of which it regards as the foes of human liberty."
—Leo XIII: Parvenu a la Vingtcinquieme annee