Why Catholics Cannot Be Masons [NOOK Book]

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Many good Catholic men have been deceived into becoming Masons. In this powerful little book, a Catholic attorney and former 32nd degree Mason, John Salza, clearly shows why joining Masonry (including the Shriners) means embracing a false religion.

Having authored Masonry Unmasked for general readership, here John Salza writes specifically for Catholics, showing why the Church has always condemmed Freemasonry, and continues to condemn ...
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Overview

Many good Catholic men have been deceived into becoming Masons. In this powerful little book, a Catholic attorney and former 32nd degree Mason, John Salza, clearly shows why joining Masonry (including the Shriners) means embracing a false religion.

Having authored Masonry Unmasked for general readership, here John Salza writes specifically for Catholics, showing why the Church has always condemmed Freemasonry, and continues to condemn Freemasonry today (despite mistaken claims to the contrary.) He explains Masonic doctrines, history, rituals, oaths and curses, showing that Masonry is totally incompatible with Christianity and the Catholic Faith.

He answers the questions: Who is the god of Freemasonry? How does Freemasonry view the Holy Bible? What are the self-curses of Freemasonry? Why does Freemasonry appear to be compatible with the Christian Faith? What have the Popes said about Freemasonry? Are "Catholic Masons" excommunicated? How does a Catholic exit Freemasonry?

Packed with facts and very well documented, Why Catholics Cannot Be Masons is a brief but potent revelation by a man who has been there - and then returned to the One True Faith.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940012817129
  • Publisher: TAN Books & Publishers, Inc.
  • Publication date: 8/1/2007
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 347,984
  • File size: 342 KB

Meet the Author

John Salza has appeared on EWTN, and he hosts Catholic radio programs on Relevant Radio and EWTN Radio. He is the author of several apologetics books including: The Biblical Basis for Purgatory, The Mystery of Predestination, and The Biblical Basis for the Papacy.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 9, 2011

    Highly Recommended

    If you are Catholic and happen to be a Mason at the same time you need to read this book. John knows the degree work and explains it all in detail. He is very knowledgable on both topics and explains why you can't be both. He also backs up all of his sources with a biblography.

    I also would recommend his other book, "Masonry Unmasked"

    6 out of 6 people found this review helpful.

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