by Vicomte Leon De Poncins
After the manner of Communism, Freemasonry no longer sets itself up as the adversary of the Church. Instead of openly attacking her, it is seeking to infiltrate and penetrate her in order to impose its own humanitarian, naturalistic and anti-traditional conceptions. The success of the general penetration of the forces of subversion was made possible by the support, which at times attained a fanatical pitch, of progressive elements in the Church, and the last Council revealed to the whole world the strength and extent of their ascendancy. We are confronted here with anew and absolutely unprecedented situation in the history of Christianity which would now appear to be a in a state of permanent civil war.
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