Romanism--A Menace to the Nation by Crowley, Jeremiah J

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To every one who loves humanity it must be a thing of profoundest import to learn whether or not the laws and doctrines of the Roman Catholic Church are so framed as, of very necessity, to work injustice, to encourage vice, to punish the innocent, and to protect the guilty.

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To every one who loves humanity it must be a thing of profoundest import to learn whether or not the laws and doctrines of the Roman Catholic Church are so framed as, of very necessity, to work injustice, to encourage vice, to punish the innocent, and to protect the guilty.

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Author Crowley, Jeremiah J
Publisher Menace Publishing Co
Pages 704
Edition 1st
Binding Hard Back
Condition B
Dustjacket No
Table of Contents


TABLE OF CONTENTS.-PART I
1.  Why I withdrew from Romanism
2.  Celibacy and Confessional
3.  Rome, Rum, Ruin
4.  The Confession of a "Convert" to Romanism
5.  Archbishop Quigley Cowed by a Fearless Woman
6.  New "Get-Rich-Quick" Schemes
7.  The Popes and the Bible
8.  Papal Despotism
9.  Rome the Mother and Mistress of Crime
10. Christopher Columbus a Jew
11. Rome Ever and Everywhere the Same
12. Rome and America
13. Romanizing Non-Catholic Countries

TABLE OF CONTENTS.-PART II
1.  Introductory
2.  The Parochial School and Catholic Clerical Hostility Toward the Public School
3.  The Board of Education of the Parochial School System
4.  The Parochial School Superintendents
5.  The Parochial School Principals and Assistant Principals
6.  The Parochial School Teachers
7.  Graft
8.  The Parochial School Pupils
9.  The Parochial School and the Loss of Thirty Million Catholics in the United Satates
10. Apaism
11. The Emancipation of the Catholic Laity
12. The Public School



Copyright 1912
Year Printed 1912

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