Behind the Lodge Door, Episode 5: Footprints, Insults, and Hipsters

Behind the Lodge Door

In this Episode 5 of “Behind the Lodge Door,” hosts, Dan and Damo - who both attend Mary Help of Christians mission that provides the Traditional (Tridentine) Latin Mass to faithful Catholics throughout Australia - review chapter 5 (Footsteps in the Sand) and chapter 6 (The Craft Fights Religion-Clause History).

This episode provides some interesting insights into the rise to power of the anti-Catholic High Court Judge, Hugo L. Black. Dan and Damo also discuss the “Religion Clause” in the USA Constitution.

Jimmy pops-in again to say g’day to the boys and shares his knowledge of the Religion Clause; another immeasurable contribution! The Freemasons are arguably, the greatest modern-day enemy of the True Catholic Church and this “Behind the Lodge Door” series provides listeners with a deeper awareness of the evils of this condemned secret society.

“Join us on this journey - we never thought such a serious topic could be so much fun!” (Dan and Damo)

Show Notes:
If you wish to purchase Behind the Lodge Door (by Paul A. Fisher) to follow along with the program, it may be purchased at True Restoration Press.

In Episode 2, there was an unexpected pre-launch of the hit single, "Vatican 2! What the Heck Are You?" and now it is available for purchase and download here.

Original Air Date: March 2, 2017
Show Run Time: 1 hour 19 minutes
Show Host(s): Dan, Damo
Individual Season 6 Show Price: Not available.

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1 Response

  1. Sonia Martin says:

    RE: Freemasonic recruitment. At a prominent University, the young men with a B+ or greater average are invited every end of year on the University letterhead to a Freemasonic Ball to meet and greet with their future mentors.