Religious Persecution in France 1900-1906 - Jane Brodhead



This book is based on a series of articles written about the Masonic, anti-clerical government of the Third Republic, specifically, legislation passed in the early 1900's that outlawed all Catholic religious orders and associations, abolished the Catholic press, closed all Catholic schools, and confiscated all church property. The articles do an excellent job of explaining how the Masonic lodges control the 'Republican' government of France, and how the laws of 'Associations' and 'Separation' were diabolically designed to impoverish and suppress the Catholic Church.

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Preface

These Considerations, written during the last six years' residence in France, have already appeared in the Press of the United States. They were written from year to year without any thought of republication, which seems justified to-day by the acuity of the conflict between the Church and the French atheocracy, a conflict which cannot but interest Christians everywhere.

J. Napier Brodhead