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Originally posted by StarChild
A popular anecdote from the Revolutionary War notes the timely appearance of a man called "the professor." This mysterious person appears at an opportune moment as elder statesman and diplomatist, crucially soothing disagreements amongst colonial leaders. That man, "the professor," was none other than Lorenzo Ricci, Superior General of the Jesuits, as shown by Saussy in his book. Ricci, not George Washington, is the true "Father of the country."
, until 23 Sept., 1773, when he was removed to the Castle of Sant' Angelo, where he was held in strict captivity for the remaining two years of his life. The surveillance was so severe that he did not learn of the death of his secretary Cornolli, imprisoned with him and in his vicinity, until six months after the event
Originally posted by HumptyDumpty
I have a question about this movie.
Who is the "being" in the black cape that says "No man can bare the sins of all men" at the begining of the movie, and then is there throughout the whole movie?
I have never read the Bible, and am curious. So curious I have desided to start my "religion adventure" and read about all the religions that intrest me.
Anything that would help me now would be great, thanks.