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Pope Leo XIII; Masonic symbol

Pope Leo XIII wrote that the ‘ultimate purpose’ of Freemasonry was ‘the utter overthrow of that whole religious and political order of the world which the Christian teaching has produced, and the substitution of a new state of things in accordance with their ideas, of which the foundations and laws shall be drawn from mere naturalism.’

(LifeSiteNews) – When it comes to works of charity, after Christian churches of all denominations, perhaps no other group prides itself on the long list of beneficiaries who owe it a debt of gratitude for generous support more than the Freemasons.

They claim, indeed, that they have no other objective than the brotherly support of their fellow man. They claim to bear charity toward all and to strictly require of their members adherence to virtue and the Masonic code of upright moral conduct.

What ought an objective viewer to make of such claims? Are the Masons a charitable brotherhood, as they make themselves out to be? …