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Following the slaughter of World War I, the Christian Church was under heavy scrutiny for their complicity in the war - with every bishop and cardinal serving as moral enablers in each of the combatant nations - failing utterly to bring an end to the violence. In their monthly collaboration, "Repition Generale", George Jean Nathan (1882 - 1958) and H.L. Mencken (1880 - 1956) launched a broadside at the Christian Bishops for their elite, "bullet-proof" status in the world.

In 1900 people wanted to know why men didn't like going to church...

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H.L. Mencken Admonishes  Catholic Hierarchy (The Smart Set, 1921)

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