Popery, Puseyism and Jesuitism
“At what, then, do the Jesuits aim? According to them, they only seek the greater glory of God; but if you examine the facts you will find that they aim at universal dominion alone. They have rendered themselves indispensable to the Pope, who, without them, could not exist, because Catholicism is identified with them. They have rendered themselves indispensable to governors and hold revolutions in their hands; and in this way, either under one name or another, it is they who rule the world, who have reduced it to such a perversion of ideas, that he can neither be a good citizen nor a good Catholic who is not a Jesuit.”
Luigi Desanctis: Popery, Puseyism and Jesuitism, 2nd edition, translated by Maria Betts, (London: D. Catt, 74, Strand, W.C., 1905) p. 139.
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