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Washington In The Lap of Rome, 1888

"Romanism is the dominate part in the Capitol of the United States."

Text on back of Book

In 1888, a man named Justin D. Fulton gave a warning to the people of America through his book, Washington in the Lap of Rome. In it, he details how the Roman Catholic Church flooded the new capital city just after the American Revolution, with the intention of seizing control of the United States

Prior to the Revolution, Catholics in America were forbidden to vote and could not hold political office because of the centuries-old conflict between Rome and England; an enmity so bitter that even the Catholic mass was outlawed in the early English colonies. But once America declared her independence and the doctrine of religious freedom was written into the Constitution, the agents of the Pope moved quickly, building a Jesuit University, taking over hospitals, and moving faithful Romanists into positions of power in the Capitol of the United States." In the 19th century, the author was convinced that if Americans did not awaken to the problem, it would be a matter of time before Jesuit priests would rule our country, and the Inquisition would come to American soil. Was there any truth to Fulton's warning?