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UPDATE (07/06/23): Knights of Columbus cancel the mass in the Masonic Auditorium!

We are pleased to confirm that the Archdiocese of Winnipeg called LifeSiteNews on Wednesday evening to confirm that the Knights of Columbus (KOC) have canceled the Mass that was scheduled to take place at the Masonic Auditorium on Sunday, July 9th.

Thank you to the KOC, the Archdiocese of Winnipeg and you who signed this LifePetition to help ensure the plan is stopped.

We continue to pray for Freemasons and their return to the Faith.

Please read a full report from LifeSiteNews here.

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Original request:

Freemasonry is totally incompatible with Christianity and the Catholic faith, and explicitly contradicts the creed, dogmas and doctrines of the Church.

And yet, Winnipeg Archbishop Richard Gagnon has agreed to offer Mass in a building designed and used by the Freemasons, under the famous emblem of this anti-Catholic organization.

SIGN: Do NOT drown God by offering Mass in the Manitoba Masonic Grand Lodge Auditorium!

The Knights of Columbus (KOC), who are organizing the mass on Sunday, July 9, were actually established to oppose Masonic influences, but the KOC provinces in Manitoba and North Dakota are trying to connect the Catholic Faith with this atheist movement.

If a Masonic ritual were to be performed in a Catholic church, it is mandatory that the church building be re-consecrated. Masonic ritual is sacrilegious! Likewise, holding any Catholic liturgy in a building currently dedicated to Freemasonry would be equally sacrilegious.

Membership in Freemasonry is an excommunicable sin for a Catholic. You cannot be a Catholic and a Freemason, and those who claim to be both separate themselves from the Church.

SIGN: Tell the Knights of Columbus to move Mass away from the Masonic Auditorium

The auditorium is built in the shape of the symbolic Masonic square and compass logo (main photo) and is home to the Peace Garden Masonic Lodge, which holds annual Masonic meetings there.

According to Canon Law, the mass “must be held in a sacred place, unless in a specific case the need requires otherwise; in this case, the celebration must take place in a dignified place”.

Given the doctrine and rituals of Freemasonry, which include gruesome blood oaths upon advancement to higher degrees, the inappropriateness of an auditorium serving as the annual meeting place of a Masonic Lodge is obvious.

Freemasonry, which rejects Catholic dogma about original sin, redemption through Christ, and the need for grace and the Church for salvation, has long been banned under Church law. Beginning with Clement XII in 1738, many popes have condemned Freemasonry, with the penalty of excommunication still in place for any Catholic who becomes a member of a Masonic lodge.

The inherent incompatibility of freemasonry with the Catholic faith was clearly expressed by Leo XIII a The Human Race: “Let no one think that, for any reason, he can join the Masonic sect, if he values ​​his Catholic name and his eternal salvation as he should value them. Let no one be deceived by a pretense of honesty. It may seem to some that Freemasons demand nothing that is openly contrary to religion and morality; but, as the whole principle and object of the sect lies in that which is vicious and criminal, to unite with these men, or to assist them in any way, cannot be lawful.’

Leo XIII noted the special animosity towards the papacy and the Catholic Church which was fostered among the Freemasons, who “above all desire to assail the Church with irreconcilable hostility”, and who “will never rest until they have destroyed all that which the supreme pontiffs have established for this.” for the sake of religion”.

The Knights of Columbus was founded in 1882 by Fr. Michael McGivney in Connecticut in direct opposition to the work of Freemasons in America and as a Catholic alternative to the ostensible economic benefits and social advantages offered by membership in New England Masonic lodges .

SIGN: Do NOT drown God by offering Mass in the Manitoba Masonic Grand Lodge Auditorium!

Once signed, please share the request with as many people as possible for Archbishop Gagnon and the KOC provinces to move the Mass away from the Masonic Auditorium.


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