Who are the Jesuits?

http://www.worldslastchance.com – The Jesuits: Who are they exactly? This “Society of Jesus” would be more aptly named the “Society of Satan.” Why is pope Francis a member…?

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  2. The Holy See is the All Seeing Eye which is on the dollar bill. Novus Ordo Seclorum is Latin and translates to New Order of the Ages and is also on the US dollar. The Vatican uses Latin for official documents. The United States is a federal corporation transformed from the Virginia Company during the Revolutionary War. The Virginia Company was issued by the British Crown from the City of London Corporation. In 1213 King John gave the Kingdom of England to the Pope of Rome under the Golden Bull and in 1215 King John issued the Magna Carta (Latin for Great Charter) and that established the City of London Corporation as a sovereign state.

  3. The Jesuits (Society of Jesus) was established during the Counter Reformation by St. Ignatius Loyola the first Superior General. The Protestants like to discredit the Jesuits and make them out to be evil because during the Counter Reformation which was the Catholic Church's response to the Protestant Reformation the Jesuits were very successful in converting the Protestant Reformers back to the Catholic Church. There is nothing sinister about them besides the lies Protestants had spread about them. Veith, it goes without saying, is trading in a world of fantasy and myth that has considerably less logic than a Dan Brown novel and a great deal more creepiness !

  4. 1 Corinthians 3:13-15 proves their is a Purgatory, there is also 6 other bible references that point to the need for a period of purgation for many.  James 2:20 proves that faith without works is dead,  as does Matthew 25:31-46, Luke 16:19-31,  and many more passages in the  Bible.  John 5:16 distinguishes between mortal and venial sins.  2 Thessalonians 2:14 (2:15 in some translations) proves that Tradition, as well as Scripture, must be followed.  Matthew 16:18-19 proves that Jesus appointed Peter to be the first pope.  John 6:31-59 proves that Communion in the Catholic Church is literally Jesus' Body and Blood.  John 20:22 proves that priests do have the power to forgive sins.  John 1:1-14 proves that Jesus is God Incarnate (most Protestants believe this, but some don't).The Bible shows that Catholicism, not Protestantism, is the True Christianity.

  5. The Jesuits were for the most part, the judicial and punitive officers of the papacy during the Inquisition.

    Mammon imposing his will on the saints of God.

    The will of God is that we are to have free will to choose to serve him or man.

    Our LORD doesn't force himself on any individual.

    The two are a dichotomy.

    One is of the light and the other of darkness.

  6. Yes the Jesuits are a Catholic order!! 

    Jesuits are the largest male religious order in the Catholic Church, with 18,815 members — 13,305 priests, 2,295 scholastic students, 1,758 brothers and 827 novices — as of January 2008, although the Franciscan family of first orders OFMs, Capuchins, and Conventuals has more total members. The average age of the Jesuits in 2008 is 57.53: 63.01 for priests, 30.01 for scholastics, and 65.06 for Brothers 

    Jesuit priests and brothers are engaged in ministries in 112 nations on six continents.They are best known in the fields of education (schools, colleges, universities, seminaries, theological faculties), intellectual research, and cultural pursuits. They are also known in missionary work, social justice and human rights activities, interreligious dialogue, and other 'frontier' ministry. 

    The Society of Jesus is consecrated under the patronage of Madonna Della Strada, a title of the Blessed Virgin Mary, and it is led by a Superior General, currently Adolfo Nicolás.The headquarters of the Society, its General Curia, is in Rome. The historic curia of St Ignatius is now part of the Collegio del Gesù attached to the Church of the Gesù, the Jesuit Mother Church. 

    On August 15, 1534, Ignatius of Loyola (born Íñigo López de Loyola), a Spaniard of Basque origin, and six other students at the University of Paris (Francisco Xavier from Navarre, Alfonso Salmeron, Diego Laínez, and Nicolás Bobadilla from Spain, Peter Faber from Savoy in France, and Simão Rodrigues from Portugal) met in Montmartre outside Paris, in the crypt of the Chapel of St Denis, Rue Yvonne le Tac. 

    This group bound themselves by a vow of poverty and chastity, to "enter upon hospital and missionary work in Jerusalem, or to go without questioning wherever the pope might direct". 

    They called themselves the Company of Jesus, and also "Amigos En El Senior" or "Friends in the Lord," because they felt they were placed together by Christ. The name had echoes of the military (as in an infantry "company"), as well as of discipleship (the "companions" of Jesus). The word "company" comes ultimately from Latin, * + pane = "with bread," or a group that shares meals. 

    These initial steps led to the founding of what would be called the Society of Jesus later in 1540. The term societas in Latin is derived from socius, a partner or comrade. 

    In 1537, they traveled to Italy to seek papal approval for their order. Pope Paul III gave them a commendation, and permitted them to be ordained priests. 

    They were ordained at Venice by the bishop of Arbe (June 24). They devoted themselves to preaching and charitable work in Italy, as the renewed Italian War of 1535-1538 between Charles V, Holy Roman Emperor, Venice, the pope and the Ottoman Empire rendered any journey to Jerusalem impossible. 
    They presented the project to the Pope. After months of dispute, a congregation of cardinals reported favorably upon the Constitution presented, and Paul III confirmed the order through the bull Regimini militantis ecclesiae ("To the Government of the Church Militant"), on September 27, 1540, but limited the number of its members to sixty. This is the founding document of the Jesuits as an official Catholic religious order. 

    This limitation was removed through the bull Injunctum nobis (March 14, 1543). Ignatius was chosen as the first superior-general. He sent his companions as missionaries around Europe to create schools, colleges, and seminaries. From there they spread around the world…. 

    Just as an aside, their founder, Saint Ignatius of Loyola (Spanish: Ignacio López de Loyola) (October 23, 1491 – July 31, 1556) was the principal founder and first Superior General of the Society of Jesus. 

    The compiler of the Spiritual Exercises, Ignatius was described by Pope Benedict XVI as being above all a man of God, who gave the first place of his life to God, and a man of profound prayer.He was very active in fighting the Protestant Reformation and promoting the subsequent Counter-Reformation. He was beatified and then on March 12, 1622, was canonized. His feast day is 31st July. 
    Remember, documented truth will always outweigh an "opinion".

  7. To know the truth, research Dr. Alberto Rivera. On youtube, search, "Alberto Rivera comics". Truth is, this man was a Jesuit and escaped this order and lived to tell about it. His comics/magazines divulge truth hard to find elsewhere. Also read the book, "50 Years in the church of rome", by Charles Chiniquy (a man that left the Catholic Church after 26 years of being a priest, also a personal friend of Abe Lincoln–this book contains the truth about Lincoln that no other book does! think you understand history correctly……my friend, this isn't possible, until you've read this information. prepare to have your mind blown, or are you too lazy to search for truth?)

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