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CaptionThe Mexican Revolution was seen by the leadership of the Catholic Church to be both masonically inspired and anti-clerical with Cardinal William Henry O'Connell in 1914 claiming that there was a Masonic conspiracy to spread atheism and anarchy. --- --- --- The Mexican government's anticlerical stance after the Mexican Revolution coincided with a succession of presidents who were "Masons and strongly anticlerical". Even recent President Vicente Fox stated "After 1917 Mexico was led by anti-Catholic Freemasons who tried to evoke the anticlerical spirit of popular indigenous President Benito Juarez of the 1880s. But the military dictators of the 1920s were a more savage lot than Benito Juarez." --- --- --- Many presidents of Mexico were Freemasons. Freemasonry has greatly influenced political actions such as secular education civil liberties and the assistance of the poor peasantry. --- --- --- From the independence in 1821 and until 1982 it is believed that many of the leaders of Mexico belonged to the freemasonry. When political independence came about the few existing lodges came out of hiding and multiplied. With the advent of the Minister Plenipotentiary of the United States Joel Roberts Poinsett the young Mexican Freemasonry is divided into two political movements without really being defined. Poinsett promotes the creation of the Lodge of York Rite close to the interests of the United States. Against to the realization of the interventionist theory Manifest Destiny conservative Freemasons of the Scottish Lodge of the young Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite headed by the last viceroy doctor from Barcelona Manuel Codorniu manifest through the newspaper "El Sol". Thus around the lodges of the York Rite meet the Freemasons relatives of American liberalism what would become the "conservative" but remain close to the Scottish lodges heirs of the Spanish liberalism.
HeadlineThe Mexican Revolution was seen by the leadership of the Catholic Church to be both masonically inspired and anti-clerical
KeywordsBenito-Juarez
Copyright Noticeen.wikipedia.org/wiki/ Freemasonry_in_Mexico
URLhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Freemasonry_in_Mexico

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