A letter from M.H. Wilcoxon, April 30, 1909, on the Chiniquy case.
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Abraham Lincoln's vow against the Catholic Church. His Great Purpose on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Abraham Lincoln's vow against the Catholic Church. His Great PurposeManufacturer: ClevelandZubal Books. Publication date Topics Lincoln, Abraham, , Lincoln, Abraham, , Lincoln, Abraham, , Chiniquy, Charles Paschal Telesphore, , Catholic Church Publisher Milan, Ill.: Rail Splitter Press Collection lincolncollection; americana Digitizing sponsor The Institute of Museum and Library Services through an Indiana State Library LSTA GrantPages: Abraham Lincoln's vow against the Catholic Church by Mitchell Haney Wilcoxon, unknown edition,Pages: Lincoln, Abraham, , Lincoln, Abraham, , Lincoln, Abraham, , Chiniquy, Charles Paschal Telesphore, , Catholic Church Publisher [United States]: [s.n.] Collection lincolncollection; americana Digitizing sponsor The Institute of Museum and Library Services through an Indiana State Library LSTA Grant Contributor.
Incidently [sic], Chiniquy’s 80 th birthday was five years after the publication of his book, 50 Years in the Church of Rome. When Chiniquy died, his obituary appeared on the front page of the Tuesday, Janu , edition of The New York Times, with a eulogy praising his many accomplishments. Chiniquy was a friend of Abraham Lincoln. Abraham Lincoln blamed the cause of the American Civil War on Rome! The following quotes are from the book, “Fifty Years in the Church of Rome” by Charles Chiniquy, who was a priest in the Roman Catholic Church for 25 years and later left the Roman church and became a Presbyterian pastor. He was a close friend of the 16th President of the United States, Abraham Lincoln and had . In , the church was replaced by Saint Augustine Catholic Church, which is still going strong. At this time in history, when religious freedom is being challenged, and even suppressed, may God in His mercy send us a President like Abraham Lincoln, ever a friend of religious freedom and of the Catholic Church. LOS ANGELES, CA (California Network) -- The conspirators who assassinated Abraham Lincoln were Catholic. According to several historians, John Wilkes Booth was a convert to Catholicism. Booth, as most know, was Lincoln's assassin. Mary Surratt, who ran the boarding house where the conspirators met, was also Catholic.
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