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Quote from Cardinal Gibbons page 106 "Faith of our fathers" 1917 ed. "The penetration of the Religion of Babylon became so general and well known that Rome was called the New Babylon." end of quote, "All Roads Lead To Mystery Babylon"

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A little more than three centuries ago, in the late autumn of the year 1633, two ships set sail from the Isle of Wright and , with a favoring wind, headed for the open sea. As it was to late in the season to venture in a direct course to the Chesapeake Bay Country whither they were bound, these ships chose a southwesterly course to avoid the storms that were sure to come on the North Atlantic before a crossing could be made. The larger of the two ships was the Ark of the three hundred tons burden. The other was the Dove, a little ship of only fifty tons and of the type of the old English pinnace. Her ability to cross the sea was measured by the sturdiness of her crew. It so happened that the names of these two ships were strikingly significant of the motive that prompted the voyage. The sailing of the Ark and the Dove took place at a time when there had long been a misalliance of religion and politics. Sir Philip Sidney during the Elizabethan reign had said that the highest political wisdom was to be found in the dictum that religion and politics must never be separated. This was the view of his day and it cast its shadow well along into the seventeenth century. There was much religious persecution that had its source in politics. Of real religion there was little. In the words of Dean Swift, most men had just enough to make them hate one another and not enough to make them love one another. Bigotry was enthroned, and its rule suffered no dissent and granted no freedom.
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