eliminates the ban on Catholics being Freemasons.
Now Catholics are subjected to Masonic propaganda from their own official magazines. The U.S. Catholic Magazine of Mar. 91 56:22-33 is almost a recruiting article for the Masons. The article shows pictures of bricks, plumbline, and trowells to portray the false image that the Masons simply are an extension of the construction workers. To explain what the Masons are all about they interview various Masons and their answers are duly recorded:
"They meet monthly to conduct their ancient ritual..and simply to socialize...This last item is really what the Masons are all about." (p.31) "In many ways they resemble the Knights of Columbus, who can be thought of as Catholic Masons;..."(p.32) "The Freemasons are Boy Scouts for adults Today the Masons are essentially a genial service organization..."(p.33)
The article quotes Masonic historian Williamson who guesses that there are hundreds of thousands of Catholic Masons today.
Toward's the end of the article a low key recruiting suggestion can be seen in the subtitle in bold letters You're Welcome.
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