This site houses my creative summary on the second of the 19-volume Biographical Memoirs.

Biographical Memoirs is the biography of St. John Bosco.

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-Novice Donnie

Tuesday, September 25, 2007

Freemansory at Piedmont

For 18 years (1831-1849) Charles Albert enjoyed the distinction of being a father to his people rather than a ruler.

He wanted to free Italy. He dreamt of a country in which religion and justice would prevail. He believed that once victory was achieved he could either convert or destroy liberalism. Which he now favored as a means.

Meanwhile, the Grand Masters of the Freemasons had drawn up a Permanent Instruction. It revealed the secret aims of the organization; it was the handbook that directed and guided the higher-placed members who had been chosen to lead the whole Masonic movement and that of the other secret societies, especially in Italy.

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