Thursday, August 7, 2014

Is the Lodge Behind the Commissariat Over the Franciscans of the Immaculate?

(Rome)  Is the hand of the Grand Lodge hidden behind  the provisional administration of the Franciscans of the Immaculate (FI)?  Another spotlight on a controversial measure of Roman Congregation for Religious, with the approval of Pope Francis.

Storied Florence, destination of aesthetes and art lovers, is the Italian capital of Freemasonry. In the city on the Arno, there is no quarter and no district in which a Temple  of a lodge can not be found. The late Florentine Father Florido Giant Ulli SJ (1906-1974), one of the foremost Catholic experts on Freemasonry said: "There is no association, whether secular or Catholic, into which the long arm of the Lodge does not reach." The Jesuit wrote, among others, the fundamental work: " L'Essenza della Massoneria italiana: il naturalismo "(The Essence of Italian Freemasonry:  Naturalism), in 1973, shortly before his death, it was published in the same place with  a double imprimatur of the Jesuit Order and the Archbishop of Florence. Father Giantulli paid for his studies on the "Masonic sect" (Pius IX.) with that price which is reserved especially for anti-Masonic authors: After his death he was slandered with the rumor that he was a "secret lodge brother".  (more...)

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