posted on Nov, 28 2012 @ 09:00 AM
In the context of the relentless warfare between the Roman Catholic Church and the reformers, it is completely plausible that Jesuits(and K of C) had
such an oath. However, Catholics and Jesuits in particular changed their tactics after the loss of political power in 1798. By 1912, when it was
placed in the Library of Congress((for petty political reasons) this Jesuit Oath was long obsolete.
Don't think for a moment that the RCC has stopped seeking to regain power. Political power is as important to them as it ever was. They have
achieved most of their objectives. VP candidates on both sides were Catholic. 5 of 9 Supreme court justices are Catholic. Modern Bible translations
are dominated by what are in essence Catholic versions. Catholic theology dominates in seminaries of all Christian faiths. Evangelicals revival
programs are blatantly based on Jesuit Spiritual Formation exercises.
If you think that the Roman Catholic church has changed, look no further than John-Paul II's chilling snub to the US Constitution. He visited the
USA the year of its bicentennial, not to celebrate the constitution, but to promote his own agenda. When forced comment at a joint appearance with
Ronald Reagan, he essentially said, Religious Freedom means obey the church.