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Fifty Years in the Church of Rome
by Charles Chiniquy




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Fifty Years in the Church of Rome tells the story of a gentle and loving man who was the epitome of what a Christian should be. It is an autobiographical documentary of how Charles Chiniquy, a Catholic priest, was ridiculed, upbraided, and brought under interdiction numerous times by his fellow priests and superiors for valiantly and faithfully following Jesus' directives in the Scriptures. He used his keen God-given intelligence and his tactful manner to press for reform from the human debauchery, corruption, and vise that many of the men-of-the-cloth had fallen into. He worked many years within the church to encourage his peers and parishioners to follow the commands of the Lord. Though having gained much ground in God's behalf, Charles was unjustly driven out of the church before he was able to effect the reform he had hoped for. The people who forced him out were superiors that were irredeemably devoted to traditions that had fallen out of line with God's Word. There is a bright spot, though. These church officials were chagrined, not being able to gainsay the plain words of Jesus presented to them by Charles and his parishioners. He was truly a hero for Christ.

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Fifty Years in the Church of Rome tells the story of a gentle and loving man who was the epitome of what a Christian should be. It is an autobiographical documentary of how Charles Chiniquy, a Catholic priest, was ridiculed, upbraided, and brought under interdiction numerous times by his fellow priests and superiors for valiantly and faithfully following Jesus' directives in the Scriptures. He used his keen God-given intelligence and his tactful manner to press for reform from the human debauchery, corruption, and vise that many of the men-of-the-cloth had fallen into. He worked many years within the church to encourage his peers and parishioners to follow the commands of the Lord. Though having gained much ground in God's behalf, Charles was unjustly driven out of the church before he was able to effect the reform he had hoped for. The people who forced him out were superiors that were irredeemably devoted to traditions that had fallen out of line with God's Word. There is a bright spot, though. These church officials were chagrined, not being able to gainsay the plain words of Jesus presented to them by Charles and his parishioners. He was truly a hero for Christ.


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  • ISBN-13: 9781481895699
  • ISBN-10: 1481895699
  • Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • Publish Date: January 2013
  • Page Count: 440
  • Dimensions: 10 x 7.01 x 0.89 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.67 pounds


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