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The Last Heresy

Fabio Venzi

£10.00

The conflict between the Catholic Church and Freemasonry, has been long standing and to date remains confrontational, controversial and confused.

Could a new look at this open up of a possibility of dialogue?

In this volume sociologist, Freemason and renowned author Fabio Venzi analyses the events that have resulted in this sort of deadlock by addressing the issue from a different viewpoint to that habitually adhered to by studies in the field.

Exploring 300 years of the official Catholic documents, this study is the most clear and definitive assessment of relationship between the two organisations to date.

£10.00
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The conflict between the Catholic Church and Freemasonry, has been long standing and to date remains confrontational, controversial and confused.

Could a new look at this open up of a possibility of dialogue?

In this volume sociologist, Freemason and renowned author Fabio Venzi analyses the events that have resulted in this sort of deadlock by addressing the issue from a different viewpoint to that habitually adhered to by studies in the field.

Exploring 300 years of the official Catholic documents, this study is the most clear and definitive assessment of relationship between the two organisations to date.

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ePub

Publication Date

1 October 2019

Author

Fabio Venzi

About the author:

Fabio Venzi, a distinguished writer and essayist, was born in Rome in 1961.

He graduated in Sociology at the University of Rome “La Sapienza” his dissertation being a study of the relationship between Italian Masonry and Fascism.

He is the founder and editor of the philosophical Masonic journals De Hominis Dignitate and Quattuor Coronatorum, and from 1998 to 2001 worked as historical consultant for a series of studies on Southern Italy for Edizioni d’Arte in Rome.

He has written widely on the subject of Freemasonry and has spoken at numerous historical-philosophical and Masonic conventions in Italy and all around the world.His previous books include:Introduction to Freemasonry (AtanĂ²r, 2012), Julius Evola and Freemasonry: An inconvenient truth (Settimo Sigillo, 2010), The Influence of Neoplatonic Thought on Freemasonry (Book Guild Publishing, 2007) and Freemasonry and Fascism (Castelvecchi Editore, 2008)