Pro-Papal States Saints and Martyrs
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(11-03-2020, 01:17 AM)MaryLover Wrote: Yes, but there were accounts of sacrileges committed, and not just during the first time that Rome was captured and Garibaldi's troops set-off fireworks on Good Friday to revel Our Lord's Crucifixion.

There are also accounts of many un-Catholic atrocities being committed, like the razing of Pontelandolfo and Casalduni and the graphic treatment of it's citizens as is recounted here: http://www.sanfelesesocietynj.org/Histor...ndolfo.htm

Massacring entire towns during war wasn't unusual back then and what proof do you have that it was primarily due to the townspeople's faith? Weren't the Piedmontese soldiers Catholic? And fireworks on Good Friday? That won't cut it.

(11-03-2020, 01:19 AM)MaryLover Wrote: Hermann Kanzler didn't view Blessed Pius IX as a loser, after the seizure of Rome he refused to go home he remained at his Holy Father's side in the rest of his life in the Vatican, until his own death in 1888.

That's called loyalty. What's your point in mentioning that?
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RE: Pro-Papal States Saints and Martyrs - by Naproxen - 11-03-2020, 01:36 AM



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