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A History of the Jesuit Order (2)

Its Principles Laboring for the principle of the absolute authority of the pope in all realms of life, the Jesuits proceed on the basis that the papal ecclesiastical power is over every other power. The pope is the only real earthly power over all churches and over all governments. The pope is subject to no […]

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A History of the Jesuit Order (1)

Its Origin The Jesuits, or the Society of Jesus (S.J.) is the name of a notorious religious order in the Romish church. The name “Jesuit” was never used by the founder, being used derogatively to mean one who used the name of Jesus too freely, or unwisely. The founder was the Spanish fanatic Ignatius Loyola […]

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