Chapter One: Catholic Fraternities and Confessional Conflict
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Catholic Fraternities and Confessional Conflict
The members of the Catholic fraternities do not believe it is sufficient in their student years to do nothing in the face of religious and moral degeneracy. Through their common efforts, they seek to promote and invigorate their religious consciousness.
—AS REPORTED IN A COLOGNE NEWSPAPER, JULY 2, 18641
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