By Father Chiniquy
Testimony of a Catholic Priest Who switched over to ChristianityAs a toddler, Chiniquy memorized scriptures at his mother's knee and built a deep love for God. turning into a clergyman, he sought after desperately to put complete belief in his church, yet was once hit through waves of doubt as his church claimed adherence to the Gospel, but violated it at each flip. His jealous superiors falsely accused him, yet Abraham Lincoln, a tender attorney from Illinois, defended him and kept his recognition. Chiniquy proves that it was once the Jesuits who later killed Lincoln, and explains why.
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But my tears and cries were useless. He was dead! He was already cold as ice! Two days after he was buried. My mother was so overwhelmed with grief that she could not follow the funeral procession. I remained with her as her only earthly support. Poor mother! How many tears thou hast shed! What sobs came from thine afflicted heart in those days of supreme grief! Though I was very young, I could understand the greatness of our loss, and I mingled my tears with those of my mother. What pen can portray what takes place in the heart of a woman when God takes suddenly her husband away in the prime of his life, and leaves her alone, plunged in misery, with three small children, two of whom are even too young to know their loss!
I could do nothing then to comfort her, but love her, pray and weep with her! Only a few days had elapsed after the burial of my father when I saw Mr. Courtois, the parish priest, coming to our house (he who had tried to take away our Bible from us). He had the reputation of being rich, and as we were poor and unhappy since my father's death, my first thought was that he had come to comfort and to help us. I could see that my mother had the same hopes. She welcomed him as an angel from heaven. The least gleam of hope is so sweet to one who is unhappy!
Yours, Mr. Varin," cried all the ladies. " "The power and unanimity of the jury by which I am condemned cannot be resisted. I feel that there is no appeal. " Immediately one of the ladies placed her nicely-perfumed handkerchief over the eyes of her priest, took him by the hand, led him to an angle of the room, and having pushed him gently with her delicate hand, said, "Mr. Blindman! Let everyone flee! " There is nothing more curious and comical than to see a man walk when he is under the influence of wine, especially if he wishes nobody to notice it.
Fifty (50) Years in the Church of Rome by Father Chiniquy