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About The American. (Omaha, Nebraska) 1891-1899 | View Entire Issue (July 22, 1898)
WHAT ROME TEACHES
Tn the Year iooo Rome Will
ake This Country and
Keep It Hecker.
SattlWtsTtut KHIeluu l.lirtj lOu!j
EndurH I'ntil thOti.H Shi- ran
It rl Into EfTW-t Without In.
JurT l thr Koman ( hwri li.
Education outtlda of to Catholic
Church la a damnable heresy. Pop
Education mutt be controlled br
Catholic autborltlci. vcn to war and
Woodibi-d. Catholic World.
I frankly con feat that the Catholic
tand before th country at tb n
mlea of the public achoolt. Father
I would at toon administer aacra
aaent to a do aa to Cnthollca who
wnd thoir children to public achoolt.
The public achoolt hare produced
toothtnc but a gnrtlest tnraMon tt
thletet and blackguards Father
It will be a-lorlout da In thta
wintry when under the lawt the
ehool tTttem will be hlvered to
fclecet. Catholic Telearaph.
Tht public achoolt are nnrterlet of
vice: ther are rodlei and unlctt tup
trtted will prove th dnmnatlon of
thin country. Father Walker.
We must take part In the electloni
Hove In a tolld mast In every ttate
atalnet the pnrtv pledged to sustain
the Intearlty of the public achoolt,
Tht common tchools of thlt country
r tlnkt of morel pollution and nur
terlet of hell. Chlcnro Tablet.
The time It not far away when the
Roman Catholic Church of the H
public of the United 8tatet. at the
wrier of the Pope, will refuse to rar
their echool tax. and will tend bullets
to the breattt of the Kovernment
itentt rather than par it. It will
eeme onlckly at the click of a trliteer.
BO will be obeved. of courte. at com
tot from Almlehty God. Mrt. Canel,
"W bate Proteetantlsm: we detett
U with our whole heart and oul."
"No man has a rlrtt to choose hit
yllrlon." Archbishop Hwr in
Freeman's Journal. Jan. 29. 1852.
"If Catholics ever jraln eufflclent an
tterlcal malorlty In this country, re.
ilelona freedom end." Cath
"c Shepherd of the Valley, Nov. 23,
"Proteatanttsm, of every form, hat
not. and never can have any rlht
where Catholicity Is triumphant.. Dr,
o. A. Brownson'a Catholic Review,
WW ... ....
we neve tagen tnis principle tor a
tasls: That the Catholic rellelon with
11 Its rkhts, oneht to be exclusively
dominant. In such tort, that every
other worship shall he banished end
lterdlcted." Plus IX. In his allocu
tion to a Consistory of Cardinal!.
"Protestantism whv. we thonld
traw and nuarter it. and bane up the
crows meat We would tear It with
Blncers and fire It with hot Irons! Fill
It with molten lena and sink It In hell
rtre one hnndivd fathoms rWp."
-atner pneian, Editor Western Watch
nan. "Rella-lnng imertv Is merely endur
ed until the opposite side can be car
ried Into effect, without peril to the
Catholic Church." Bishop O'Con
nor.. The Roman Catholic la to wield his
Tote for the purpose of securing Cath
olic ascendency In -this country."
Father Hecker, In the Catholic World.
Jul v. 1870.
"Undoubtedly It ts the Intention of
th Pope to possets this country. In
this Intention he It aided bv the Jes
uits and Catholic prelates and priests.
Brownson'g Catholic Review, July.
When a Catholic candidate ft on a
ticket and his opponent la a non
Cfctholle, let the Catholic candidate
lve the vote, no matter what he rep
resents. "Catholic Review, July. 1894.
"In case of conBletlnj laws between
the two powers, the laws of the
church must prevail over the state."
Plus IX, Syllabus 1864.
"We hold the stare to he only an
Inferior court, reeelvlne Its authority
from the church and liable to have Its
decrees reversed upon appeal.'
Brownson's Essays, p. 282.
"We do not accept this government
or hold It to be any rovernment at all,
or ts capable of performing any of the
proper functions of government. If
the American government is to be eus
talned and preserved at all. It must
be by the rejection of the principles
of the Reformation (that Is. the ftv
rumen t by the people), and the ac
ceptance of the Catholic nrinniBit,
which Is the rovernment of the pope."
Catholic World. September. 1871.
"I acknowledge no clyll power."
Cardinal Manning:, speaklnjr in the
hame of the Pope. S. R. S.. 1871
"The Pope, as the head and mouth
piece of the Catholic Church, admin
isters Its discipline and Issues orders
to which every Catholic nnder pain
t tin must yield obedle ' Cath
olic World, of August. 1868.
"In 1900 Rome will take this conn
try and keep If Priest Hecker.
"The will of the Pope Is the supreme
law of all lands." archbishop ire-land.
We have plenty of the issue of Jan
uary 28. containing the exposure of
Rome's plot to take this country by the
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I received your Atlas of the World
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S JOHN COLLING.
No man's Influence is so small bnt
what he could make it tell against
i ts minims.
BY II. W. IlnWMAJf.
Papal pilla are sugar coat d.
Credulity is the basis of Rome's re
Gtt a papist to thinking and the
prlrht will curse you.
The priest's blindest eye Is on the
tide where the most money comes
A Dible Is the most hurtful book
papist can read It we Judge from
Rome's pant acts.
No man can walk with civilization
and stay in the woods of papal super
Rome wears a religious cloak, yet
hat a cold heart
A confessional box Is the tomb or
Wearing a cross does not cure cross
Hatred is nursed by papal prejudice.
The brighter history shines the dark
er Rome's record.
It Is hard to convince a papist who
lets the priest do bis thinking.
io Know mat popery Is a curse
makes a man want to rid the earth of
Keeping knowledge in the hands of
the priest starves the minds of the
You can never tell what a papist will
do out of a church by his looks of de
Rome has trouble with the man who
docs his own thinking.
Popery throws the most mud at the
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