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What was 1789?

May 3, 2016                                                                           … Continue reading

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Part 2: Voltaire

April 20, 2016 The name Voltaire loomed large over the gathering darkness of the middle to late 18th century.  His importance has largely been forgotten in our own day, an era that is as amnesiac as it is short sighted, … Continue reading

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The legacy of the Suppression

March 10, 2016 The Suppression of the Jesuits was the first act of a revolution.  This revolution unleashed an age of immense barbarism unprecedented in human history that we are still living through.  The revolution’s purpose at this point was … Continue reading

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The Suppression of the Jesuits in Spain

January 18, 2016 The case of the Suppression in Spain is the strangest of all.  Here is what happened: At midnight between the first and second of April, 1767 sealed royal orders were opened by the governors of each of … Continue reading

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Act I: the Suppression of the Jesuits in Portugal

December 3, 2015                                                                           … Continue reading

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Catholic Europe on the eve of the Suppression Part 2

November 25, 2015                                                                           … 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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