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A protest

Walker, Martin
Resolution passed at a meeting of the New York and New England Ministerial Conference of the Evangelical Lutheran Synod protesting against President Roosevelt sending condolences on the death of Pope Leo XIII and therefore officially recognizing the papacy. The synod opposes the Catholic Church due to its stance on religious freedom and separation of church and state.
Freedom of religion, Religion and state, Religion and politics, Catholic Church-Lutheran Church relations, Councils and synods, International relations, Evangelical Lutheran Synod, Catholic Church, Leo XIII, Pope, 1810-1903
Theodore Roosevelt Center
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