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Masons, Miracles, Mary, and America

SBC-98 - 5

Theme: Honoring the Feast of Christ The King

Title: Masons, Miracles, Mary, and America: The Life of Saint Anthony Mary Claret

By Br. Anthony Mary, M.I.C.M., Tert.

The talk recounts the life of St. Anthony Mary Claret, a Catholic saint who faced challenges during a period of Masonic influence in Spain. He played a crucial role in reviving the Church in Cuba and later became the confessor to Queen Isabella II. St. Anthony actively opposed the Masons, survived multiple assassination attempts, and played a significant role in the First Vatican Council, advocating for papal infallibility. Despite facing exile during a revolution in 1868, his prophecies about martyrdom for his priests came true during the Spanish Civil War in 1936. The talk highlights his devotion to the faith and his contributions to the Church.

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