Purpose of Jesuits
The purpose of the Jesuit Order, formally established by the Pope in 1540, is to ...
destroy the Protestant Reformation.
They call it the Counter-Reformation. Nicolini of Rome wrote:
“The Jesuits, by their very calling, by the very essence of their institution, are bound to seek, by every means, right or wrong, the destruction of Protestantism. This is the condition of their existence, the duty they must fulfill, or cease to be Jesuits.” [Footprints of the Jesuits, R. W.
Extract from Jesuit’s Oath
To this end the professed Jesuits have obligated themselves with an oath, part of which was published in 1899, and reads:
“I do now renounce and disown my allegiance as due to any heretical King, Prince or State, named Protestant, or liberals, or obedience to any of their laws or magistrates or officers.
“I do further declare that the doctrine of the churches of England and Scotland, of the Calvinists, Huguenots, and other of the name Protestant or Liberals, to be damnable, and they themselves to be damned who will not forsake the same.
“I do further declare that I will help, assist and advise all or any of His Holiness’ agents, in any place where I shall be, in Switzerland, Germany, Holland, Denmark, Sweden, Norway, England, Ireland or America, or in any other kingdom or territory I shall come to, and do my utmost to extirpate the heretical Protestant or liberal doctrines, and to destroy all their pretended powers, legal or otherwise.” [Errors of the Roman Catholic Church, 15 Contributors, 1894]