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Permanent Instruction of the Alta Vendita
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Cover of 1999 edition published by Vennari.
Author Italian Carbonari
Genre(s) ReligionPolitics
Pages 43

The Permanent Instruction of the Alta Vendita (commonly called the Alta Vendita) is a document, originally published in Italian in the 19th century, purportedly produced by the highest lodge[1] of theItalian Carbonari.[2]

The document details an alleged Masonic plan to infiltrate the Catholic Church and spread liberal ideas within it. The Carbonari had strong similarities to Freemasonry, and so the document is seen by some as a Masonic document. In the nineteenth century, Pope Pius IX[3] and Pope Leo XIII both asked for it to be published. It was popularised in the English speaking world by Monsignor George F. Dillon in 1885 with his book the War of Anti-Christ with the Church and Christian Civilization.[4]

It is still propagated by many traditionalist and sedevacantist Catholics, who believe it accurately describes the changes in the church in the post-Vatican II era.[5]

[edit]See also

  1. ^ “At the head was the alta vendita, to which deputies were chosen from the other vendite.” Catholic Encyclopedia: Carbonari
  2. ^ The full text is here. [1]
  3. ^ “This little booklet reprints a collection of papers — reputedly from 1820s Alta Vendita correspondence — published by authority of Pope Pius IX (1846-1878) in 1859.” Grand Lodge of British Columbia and Yukon (2004-12-15). “Anti-masonry Frequently Asked Questions:”Q 10. Doesn’t the Alta Vendita prove that Freemasonry is anti-Catholic?””. Retrieved 2006-08-14.
  4. ^ Republished by Denis Fahey in 1950 as Grand Orient Freemasonry Unmasked as the Secret Power Behind Communism
  5. ^ “The post-Vatican II revolution bears all the hallmarks of the fulfilling of the designs of the Permanent Instruction of the Alta Vendita” Freemasonry and the Subversion of the Catholic Church by John Vennari (Traditionalist Catholic)

This Seems to have a lot to do with the reign Pope Leo XIII (1878-1903)

who i will be delving into in another post

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