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Spanish Catholic organization blames Masons for “tremendous crusade” against Church
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.- The president of the Union of Catholic Professional Fraternities, Luis Labiano, said this week a “tremendous crusade by Masonry against the Church” exists in Spain.

According to Labiano, free masons “control politicians and pay for their advertisements.  They want to bring in other religions because they see it as the only way to get rid of Christianity.  They’ve studied it a lot.”

Labiano also called the Socialist government “beginners” and argued that it is possible the government will “reverse course” regarding its relationship with the Church.  “The government says one thing today and the opposite tomorrow.  It is incredibly unstable, they are all beginners and don’t know what they are doing.  Maybe they are acting in good faith, I’ll admit, but they are beginners,” said Labiano.

He also underscored that the government “is pressing buttons whatever way it can” and that this is happening not only in Spain but in almost all countries.

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