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Dr. Don Felix Sarda Y Salvany Liberalism is the root of heresy, the tree of evil in whose branches all the harpies of infidelity find ample shelter; it is today the evil of all evils. (Ch. 4). "The theater, literature, public and private morals are all saturated with obscenity and impurity. The result is inevitable; a corrupt generation necessarily begets a revolutionary generation. Liberalism "is, therefore, the radical and universal denial of all divine truth and Christian dogma, the primal type of all heresy, and the supreme rebellion against the authority of God and His Church. "Liberalism, whether in the doctrinal or practical order, is a sin. Contents Publisher’s PrefaceForewordCh. 1. In 1886 there appeared in Spain a little work under the title El Liberalismo es Pecado, "Liberalism Is a Sin," by Don Felix Sarda y Salvany, a priest of Barcelona and editor of a journal called La Revista Popular. To The Most Rev. Bishop of Barcelona Most Excellent Sir: Your most obedient servant, Fr. Publisher's Preface

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