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The exile and death of Pope Pius VI and the miracle of 1799

January 4, 2017                                                                           … Continue reading

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The Revolution takes Rome

September 5, 2016 So let’s back up a bit.  A conspiracy was formed, we do not know exactly when but probably sometime in either the late seventeenth or early eighteenth century, to overthrow the Christian order and to erase the … Continue reading

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A convenient pretext: the death of General Duphot

August 24, 2016                                                                           … Continue reading

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Prelude to the assault on Rome

August 9, 2016                                                                           … Continue reading

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To annihilate the Holy See

August 2, 2016                                                                           … Continue reading

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The birth of the Revolutionary Age

April 27, 2016 From 1768 until 1773 the great Catholic monarchs of Europe were goaded and seduced into making war against the Holy See to force Popes Clement XIII and Clement XIV to bend to their will in a solely … Continue reading

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Where did it come from?

October 20, 2015 So we have examined the writings of the mid to late eighteenth century popes, during those decades which preceded the French Revolution, and it seems clear that from the early 1760s on they knew that something was … Continue reading

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